CIVIL ENGINEER (ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE)

Edinburgh

Due to a healthy forward workload, we are currently looking to appoint an experienced Engineer in our Edinburgh office. The successful candidate will have a minimum of between 3 – 5 years relevant post graduate experience in trunk road and major infrastructure design.

The successful candidate will have a fantastic opportunity to work in one of the UK’s leading private Engineering Consultancies working on major infrastructure and highway schemes throughout the UK.

All engineers work under direct supervision of our highly experienced directors and alongside our team of dedicated engineers and technicians. We can offer an ICE approved training agreement and a route towards chartered membership of a professional engineering institution.

Depending on experience as you progress you can expect to be active on a number of projects and with a number of clients at any given time.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design of major infrastructure and highway schemes. To work in both supervised and unsupervised environments, ensuring that the technical content of all work carried out is correct to the standard required and meets client needs and expectations.
  • Liaise and communicate clearly in a professional manner to colleagues, clients, contractors and other designers to offer advice and guidance on matters relating to your work. Be able to work in close collaboration with team members.
  • Developing and mentoring of less experienced team members.
  • Attendance at design meetings, site meetings and carryout site inspections.
  • Work on projects with consideration to the agreed project budgetary limits and timescales.
  • Liaison with statutory bodies including Transport Scotland and Highways England.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE:

  • Be technically competent in the use of the UK Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) and Manual of Contract Documents for Highway Works (MCDHW).
  • Be technically competent in the use of Bentley MX and/or Civils3D highway design software.
  • Experience using and creating 3D models for use in BIM desirable but not essential.
  • Experience in the use of other software packages such as WinDes, KeySign/Post, RRRAP).
  • Demonstrate delivery of various design projects within a multi-disciplinary design team.
  • Understanding & appreciation of health and safety legislation covering the construction industry.
  • Bachelor degree or masters level qualification in a Civil Engineering discipline.
  • Working towards Chartered Status of an appropriate professional institution e.g. MICE, MCIHT.

The role offers excellent career progression opportunities within a friendly and professional team that is proud of the quality of the service it delivers to its clients, and has a clear vision

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

To apply for this position, send your CV to Edinburgh stating the position you are applying for.