Are you a Structural Technician that feels isolated in your current role?
If you’ve answered yes, its time to consider a move to a company that can support you and offer more than just a salary and a glass ceiling.
As a Structural Technician you will join a team of 5 Technicians within an established, award-winning engineering consultancy. The office space is lively, modern, and full of talented engineers and technicians.
There is staff parking on site making the commute to the office more straightforward.
Within the role you are also able to work from home once a week as the company recognises the benefits of a great work-life balance.
As a structural technician, you will work on a range of projects that include hotels, residential, education, commercial, leisure and bespoke designs for both private and public clients whilst using all common forms of construction including steel, concrete, timber, and masonry.
For this role you will need around 3 years’ experience within a similar role and have a strong understanding of AutoCAD and a working knowledge of Revit provides an advantage.
Those without Revit can receive training from more experienced technicians allowing you learn and grow on the job.
You are required to have an HNC/HND in civil engineering as a minimum.
- £28000 – 32000 per annum
- 5% company pension
- 25 days annual leave + 7 days fixed over Christmas – new year
- Critical illness cover
- Work from home option
- Modern office with pool table/staff chill out area
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
When you hit apply your CV will land in my inbox, at which point, I’ll arrange a suitable time to discuss this opportunity with you over the phone.
I’ll disclose the name of my client on that initial call, and if you are happy to proceed, only then will I forward your details to my client and arrange an interview.
I may have other similar opportunities on the horizon (not yet advertised) which can be discussed at this point.
If you would rather talk to me before sending a CV, please don’t hesitate to call Conrad Consulting (Edinburgh office) and ask for Connor Sandison!
Categorised as: Structural engineer (general)