Structural Design Engineer

Contact Cian Kavanagh
  • Salary: €45,000 - €60,000
  • Location: IrelandLeinsterKildare
  • Sector: Civils & Utilities

Our client, a Civil/Structural Engineering Consultancy is recruiting a Structural Design Engineer to join their team in Naas.

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• A Level 8 degree in Civil/Structural Engineering as a minimum
• Minimum of 2-4 years’ relevant experience in the structural design of buildings
• Knowledge and experience in using Eurocodes
• Previous experience of working with multi-disciplinary teams including architects, surveyors and contractors
• Knowledge of Building Regulations, TGD’s, Building Control (Amendment) Regulations and Health & Safety (Construction) Regulations
• Contract Document knowledge and experience of the Irish market
• Experience in structural surveying and assessments
• Excellent analytical and numerical skills
• Strong verbal and written communication skills with fluent/proficient spoken and written English
• Technical proficiency and experience of structural analysis & modelling packages including, Tedds, Tekla Structural Designer, etc.
• Hold a valid visa for working full-time in Ireland.

Key Responsibilities:
• Structural design of buildings
• Engage with Clients and Design Teams for project delivery
• Manage design output to meet specified quality and agreed timelines and costs
• Monitor and report on construction
• Ensure full compliance with CST Group procedures and quality systems

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