Structural Engineer

  • Anywhere

Structural Engineer (3-5+ years):

Overview:

  • Salary €40k-€50K – doe + benefits
  • Must have 3-5+ years’ experience in the design of structural building projects in Ireland.

 

Role:

  • Our client is seeking an ambitious Structural Engineer to join their large well-established Irish engineering consultancy in Dublin.
  • Their project portfolio includes civil and structural engineering works for both public and private sector clients across Ireland.
  • This is an ideal role for a talented Structural Engineer with strong design who is eager to develop their design and project management on a range of projects across Ireland.
  • The successful Structural Engineer will work closely with the management team and working with clients on prestigious projects.

 

Projects:

  • €40m Hotel project
  • €200m Mixed Use scheme
  • €75m Office redevelopment
  • €20m School redevelopment
  • €80m Mixed Use redevelopment
  • Numerous Housing & Apartment schemes

 

Requirements:

  • Level 8 Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering and be Chartered with Engineers Ireland.
  • The successful Structural Engineer must have 3 -5 years’+ experience working within a consultancy in in Ireland or the UK.
  • Structural Engineer with a range of project experience
  • Have worked on a range of medium to large scale building projects.
  • Should have good design skills and be an effective communicator.

 

Salary & Benefits:

  • Excellent salary circa €40k-50k+ (doe)
  • Bonus
  • Pension
  • Healthcare
  • Free parking
  • Flexitime
  • Expenses
  • Travel to work scheme
  • Engineers Ireland CPD programme
  • Full benefits package on application

 

If you are a Structural Engineer considering a career move, send your cv CV or contact Caroline Herlihy for a confidential discussion. GPC will not send any applicants cv’s to clients without a full discussion and prior consent.  Caroline Herlihy has in excess of 20 years’ experience working in the recruitment of construction professionals within Ireland and Internationally.

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