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Structural Engineer
Title: Structural Engineer
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £28,000.00 - £40,000.00
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Structural Engineer - Cambridge - £28,000-£40,000 Dependent on Experience.

We are currently seeking a Structural Engineer for a well-established multi-disciplinary firm to be based in their Cambridge office.

Key Responsibilities for the Structural Engineer:

Technical lead on various projects large and small

Structural engineering assessment and inspection of new and existing properties in steel, concrete, masonry and timber.

Undertake analysis and design using a range of software packages including Tekla Structural Designer, TEDDS and Masterseries.

Ensure that quality and consistency of technical output (drawings, reports etc.) is maintained.

Prepare high quality technical reports including structural surveys.


Bachelor’s or Masters Degree in Structural or Civil Engineering, Chartered status (MICE or MIStructE).

Varied experience in all the common forms of construction and building types.

Experience in the use of Eurocodes.

Excellent report writing, communication and numerical skills required.

Experience of structural analysis design and software essential.

Full clean driving license

The benefits include a competitive salary, according to skills and experience, together with an excellent flexible benefits package.

If you would like to discuss the great opportunity, please send your CV to Samantha Hilling who will be in touch with you.
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