Civil Engineer (Highways / Drainage)

  • Bristol
  • Permanent / Full Time
Engineering
£28000 - £35000 per year
Job ref: 8901223

Salary: In the range of £28,000.00 to £35,000.00 plus per annum, dependent upon candidate and experience. Plus non-contributory Employer’s pension
scheme 10% salary. Over time is not paid (see bonus note below).
Location: Central Bath
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time, 37.5 hrs a week, flexible office / remote working
Qualifications: Educated to BEng – Graduate degree in Civil Engineering (or equivalent) or HNC with 3+ years’ experience will be considered
Experience: 3 years post qualification (or relevant experience 5+ years). Working towards completion of IPD, or nearing sign off for Incorporated Engineer status with a relevant professional body (ICE).
Annual Leave: 25 days; plus discretionary Director’s day at Christmas
Bonus: Paid in December dependent upon company performance and at Director’s discretion.
Duties: Working in a small and friendly office of transport planners and civil
engineers, flexibility to carry out a range of tasks will be required. They will
also have an eye for detail with good presentation and communication skills
and the ability to work in a close-knit team.

The role will involve the supporting the detailed design and delivery of
highway and drainage schemes for a wide range of clients and projects, from
concept through to completion of construction, including the preparation of
detailed engineering design submissions for Section 38/278 and Section
104/106/185 Agreement schemes across a range of major and minor
projects.

Knowledge and experience of contract documentation, including conditions
of contract, specifications, methods of measurement, bills of quantities and
contract administration would be beneficial – but not essential at this stage
as training will be given.

Candidates will need to demonstrate a working knowledge and experience in
highways design and general civil engineering projects, with reference to
appropriate design software (AutoCAD; PDS, Site3D modelling or similar;
Micro Drainage / Flow) and design standards (DMRB; Manual for Streets;
Local Highway Authority Design Guides; drainage design guidance (DCG);
TSRGD).

Report writing skills will be an additional benefit, in providing supportive input
towards Flood Risk Assessment / Drainage Strategy reports in support of
planning applications.

The role will suit someone with an inquiring mind and a desire to learn new
and varied skills, working towards Incorporated Engineer status with a
relevant professional body (ICE). We operate an informal structure, and
successful employees are promoted on merit rather than when positions
become available.

Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK holding relevant passports or
work permits. References may be asked for from previous employers,
universities or collages.

Training – Further training for post qualifications can be considered to be
discussed as and if necessary.

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