Civil Structural Engineer

Resource Direct Recruitment Limited
28 Mar 2019
25 Apr 2019
Job Type
Contract Type
Resource Direct Recruitment (RDR) is an internal recruitment for a global energy services and facilities management group. Our recruiting expertise spans across facilities management (hard and soft services), corporate, executive, sales, marketing, procurement, operations, manufacturing, engineering, finance, IT and HR. We pride ourselves in recruiting the best talent and offer insight on recruitment industry trends.

RDR are currently recruiting for a Civil Structural Engineer on behalf of ENGIE Fabricom to be based at the Saltend Site in Hull. This is available on a 9 month contract and on offer is a competitive rate.

Role and Responsibilities of the Civil Structural Engineer:

* Supporting the site team with C&S temporary works design & TQ responses

* Complete calculations for holding down arrangment revision to supports.

* Inspecting progression of site C&S works to assess quality and identify any issues early

* Acceptance / handover of finished packages of C&S work & generation of snagging lists

* Identification of defects and review of methodologies for correction of defects plus inspection to ensure defects are fully remediated

* Commercially aware and able to identify scope changes which may be Variation Orders

Qualifications and Required Experience of the Civil Structural Engineer:

* Must have a relevant qualification or degree qualified.

* Must have previous experience in a Civil / Structural role.

* Experienced in Design / TQ response.

How to apply:

Please apply directly for the Civil Structural Engineer vacancy.

Due to the high volume of applicants we will not contact unsuccessful applicants at screening process.

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. RDR do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community