Associate civil engineer

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We are working with a small and highly successful multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy who specialise in structural and civil design. They have an exciting opening for an Associate Civil Engineer to join the team in their Cardiff office on a full time permanent basis. The successful engineer will become an integral member of the skilled Structures team and will help oversee and lead their expanding workload which covers a diverse range of projects on a full-time permanent basis.

Offering a full range of services to the built environment including engineering and consultancy, our client been established for a number of years and can offer genuine career progression in a supportive, successful environment.


  • A degree in civil or structural engineering,
  • A Chartered or near Chartered engineer,
  • A minimum of 5 years’ UK experience,
  • Ability to use whole suits of MS Office and AutoCAD, Microdrainage and ideally Civils 3D/PDS),Experience in Civil Infrastructure Design including drainage design & adoption agreements (S104,S185,S106), highway design & adoption agreements (S38/S278), SUDS design & SAB applications, Flood Consequence Assessments (FCA) and Flood Risk Assessments (FRA) A broad appreciation of construction and design team processes,
  • An in depth knowledge of engineering principals,
  • Strong technical ability,
  • The ability to mentor and train more junior engineers and technicians within the team.

This is a great opportunity for an ambitious Associate Civil Engineer, who is passionate about design, to gain exposure to a range of fantastic building structures projects and offers a clear career path with a competitive salary & benefits package.

An added benefit of this role is that our client encourages an agile working approach with the opportunity for both flexible and remote working to suit individual needs.

To apply, please forward an up to date CV to Graham Ventham to be considered.

Tagged as: Civil Infrastructure Engineer

Categorised as: Roads & Drainage

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