Structural Design Engineer
Are you a Design Engineer looking for something outside of the typical consultancy role? Would you like to work on specialist events, seating, sports and concerts, designing temporary works for a leading design business that is expanding globally?
Your New Role
Our client is part of a larger international business with a billion pound turnover, operating worldwide across multiple offices, who are investing in their Cambridgeshire office to help expand their team and services. As a group they are one of the leaders in temporary works, roofing structures, scaffolding, event seating, and act as lead designers, manufacturers and suppliers of construction solutions. You will be part of a small in house design team that support existing and group wide clients on a range of projects both in the UK and across Europe. In addition to supporting the companies own products the team operate a temporary works design service to main contractors, specialist construction companies and directly to specialist event, concerts, sports, seating and stage companies.
Ideally you will be a degree qualified Structural Design Engineer or Design Engineer with significant design experience and a background gained in steel and or aluminium design with first hand experience of design standards.
- Degree or HND in structural engineering or similar
- Design experience in Construction / Scaffolding / Steelwork or Temporary Works
- Ideally near Chartered, Incorporated or similar design level
- TEKLA experience would be an advantage
- Familiar with frame analyses, wind and imposed load requirements is essential
- AutoCAD 2D and/or 3D
- Willing to work as part of a small team
You will be joining a growing team, initially working on temporary works and scaffolding but with view to future product design and involvement in a mix of structures for music concerts and and sports events. A competitive salary to reflect your design and professional experience between £40,000 - £50,000
25 days holiday, pension, health and bonus options with excellent future growth potential within the larger group.