Engineering Manager - Billingshurst

RGB Network
£50000 - £70000 per annum
11 Jan 2018
08 Feb 2018
George Hale
Contract Type
Full Time
RGB are currently recruiting on behalf of one of the leading residential housing developers in the South East, operating within Surrey, Sussex, and Hampshire. They build a wide range of new homes from bungalows and apartments, to 5 bedroom family homes. They are now looking for an Engineering Manager who will co-ordinate and manage the design of the infrastructure elements on a wide range of projects from inception through to delivery.


  • Assist in the pre-acquisition engineering investigation and management of consultants on new land opportunities.
  • Assisting the Planning Department in the appointment of soil investigations, topographical surveys, drainage surveys, speed surveys, safety audits etc and arranging the same for detailed design purposes.
  • Appointment of external civil engineering consultants for planning and detailed design, and management thereafter including meetings, checking and co-ordinating designs, and ensuring designs are issued on programme.
  • Managing programmes, costs, fees and budgets including monthly reporting.
  • Appointing and managing solicitors in the preparation of new agreements, agreeing the covenants contained therein, and checking legal drawings.
  • Managing Sectional Agreements from strategy, design, submission, approval, engrossments, through to procurement of contractor, implementation on site, subsequent adoptions.
  • Managing Highway Designs - an understanding of the Highways Act, Traffic Orders, horizontal & vertical geometry and the various sectional agreements is required in undertaking this role.
  • Managing Drainage Designs - an understanding of the Water Industry Act, the Flood Water Management Act, and Building Regulations is required in undertaking this role.
Professional Experience:
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and other design software such as PDS, Windes, & Civil 3D.
  • Working knowledge of current Building Regulations, Design Manuals, and current construction methods.
  • Working knowledge of a site environment.
  • Minimum 2 years relevant experience of working on large scale residential projects preferable.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages required.
  • Sound civil engineering / building knowledge and competent understanding of legal processes.
  • A working knowledge of relevant regulations and legislation, including Sewers for Adoption, NRSWA and Building Regulations.
If you would like to hear more about this role, please contact George Hale via or on 020 7932 2800.