Do you have complete control over your career path?
A common dilemma facing Intermediate to Senior level Structural engineers is whether they pick the opportunity to work on large projects and sacrifice day to day autonomy, or have more responsibility within a smaller practice, with less complex, smaller scale work. This role can offer you large scale projects within a smaller, growing practice, where you will be empowered to take control of delivery, and ultimately your own career path.
The position would suit a London based Structural Engineer with over 5 years UK experience, who is feeling stifled within a larger corporate and is looking for a more collaborative, close-knit working environment. The MD has recently set out a statement of intent to double in size by 2018 so it's a prime opportunity to impact upon this company's success at ground level.
This Structural Engineering practice was founded on a modern, fresh thinking design ethos, and although small in size, has flourished since its inception. They have demonstrated a flair for winning a wide range of new build and refurbishment projects which will give Engineers joining their team the chance to work on a truly diverse portfolio (including some recent wins for work worth in excess of £50 million). These commissions are won based on the passion demonstrated within this tightly knit, supportive Design team based out of North London.
They are looking for an experienced Structural Engineer who enjoys operating in autonomy within a more intimate office environment. You will be happy to take full project ownership, comfortable in talking shop with clients and more junior members of the team, and keen to get involved on the ground floor of an already successful Structural Engineering consultancy, making meaningful contributions to its future.
You will already have 5 years work experience working on UK residential and commercial developments under your belt, be a comfortable and confident communicator, and be pursuing your Chartership.
If this sounds like the natural next step for you please forward your CV to in the first instance, or call me on for an informal chat.