Civil Engineer – Highways


Significant career advancement.

Civil Engineer required to join an Irish owned Civil, Structural & Transportation Engineering Consultancy. The successful Civil Engineer can be based in either Dublin or the West of Ireland. This award-winning consultancy has several offices across Ireland and they have a broad range of work both in the private and public sectors.

You will work as part of a well-established team and on a range of exciting and prestigious projects some of which are detailed below.  This company has a highly talented senior management team with technical excellence which will offer the successful Civil Engineer fantastic mentoring.


Transport Projects:

  • Employer Representative – 15km Scheme in the West
  • Employer’s Representative – 43km Scheme in the South East
  • Contractor’s Designer – 58km Scheme in the West
  • Urban Public Transport Schemes



  • Level 9 Degree in either Civil Engineering
  • Be ambitious to become Chartered
  • Civil Engineer with a minimum of 1 – 5 years+ post graduate experience in civil engineering design
  • The successful Civil Engineer should have experience in highways / drainage / earthworks / alignment / geotechnical design
  • Good civil design skills
  • Must be fluent in English and be eligible to work in Ireland



  • Salary €35,000 – €50,000+ depending on the applicant’s experience.
  • Relocation allowance to move back to Ireland from overseas
  • Paid Institute Membership for Chartered candidates
  • Accredited Engineers Ireland CPD programme
  • Flexible working hours
  • Healthcare
  • Pension
  • Dublin office beside Luas
  • Work from home 1 – 2 days per week
  • Excellent company ethos – project focused – superb atmosphere
  • Sports & Social committee.


If you are a Civil Engineer who is considering making your next career move, please send your CV to Caroline Herlihy or call for a confidential discussion.  Caroline Herlihy has in excess of 19 years’ experience working in the recruitment of construction professionals within Ireland and Internationally.