One of our key clients currently has a number of vacancies available due to a heavy pipeline of projects, and we are helping them to expand their structures team by sourcing a versatile Structural Engineer to join their team in Dublin on a full-time permanent basis. This firm is one of Ireland's leading engineering consultancies and, as a result of their reputation within the industry, they have an excellent pipeline of projects.
The successful Structural Engineer will be helping them to manage their existing workload by assisting on a range of projects involving all forms of building construction across various sectors, including: Educational, Residential, Science, Civic, Healthcare, Commercial and more.
The ideal candidate will have:
- At least 1 years' experience as a Structural Engineer,
- Experience working on general structural works,
- A passion for building structures,
- Experience using structural design software,
- The drive to become Chartered.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious Structural Engineer to gain excellent exposure & hands-on experience on a range of iconic & innovative building projects within a leading consultancy.
If successful in your application, you will be rewarded with a competitive starting salary & benefits package along with a clear track for progression within the company. You will also be enrolled into the company's mentored Chartership programme which will offer you excellent support in achieving Chartered status.
If this vacancy if of interest to you and you would like to find out more, please apply by sending your up to date CV to Katie Jones at Conrad Consulting to be considered - suitable applicants will be contacted with further details.
Please bear in mind that we don't advertise all our vacancies, so if you'd like to discuss all the options we currently have that suit your experience & aspirations, please do get in touch for a confidential chat. We will always disclose the name of our client, and will always make sure you're happy for your CV to be sent to them.