Principal Structural Design Engineer

Posted 12 April by Penguin Recruitment Ltd
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Principal Structural Design Engineer


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Salary £55-65,000 + exciting benefits

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Principal Structural engineer to join a successful, well established civil and structural practice in an office in Stoke.

Our client has a great reputation across the Midlands and works on some very lucrative projects including hospitals/universities/industrial/ commercial/residential and extracare living). Our client uses all materials and frame types. The largest scheme the office has completed is a £45m 11 storey concrete framed building.

The chosen candidate will assist the Director/Associates on completing design proposals, assisting with client liaison meetings, bid proposals, site visits and leading and mentoring junior members of the team.

You will likely be degree level educated and have gained significant experience in a consultancy environment. You will be familiar with up to software packages and have a knowledge of CAD, Tekla/TEDDs etc. You will be a go getter and a team player who works well as part of a team or individually. You will have strong communication skills and a solid technical knowledge. Ideally you will be chartered with IStructE or ICE or very close to achieving this status.

For the right Principal Structural Engineer our client is offering a competitive starting salary, regular pay reviews, clear options for career progression, plus tailored lifestyle benefits to suit candidate lifestyle (E.g., hybrid work arrangements, vouchers for work and discretionary bonus schemes) and more!

If you are interested in this Principal Structural Engineer role, please call MIKAELA on or email your CV to

Reference: 52465961

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