• Graduate Civil / Structural Engineer

    £25,000 per annum plus excellent benefits (£29,500 in London)
    # of Openings
    Multiple UK Locations Available
    Closing Date
    Civil / Structural Engineering
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Hours Per Week
  • The Team



    With six UK offices and fifteen international offices Cundall’s global presence allows our Civil and Structural Engineers to be involved in many challenging and exciting building projects. 


    Working across a variety of industry sectors our Civil and Structural teams are renowned for producing innovative and award-winning sustainable engineering solutions throughout the lifecycle of any building project.


    The Civil and Structural engineering team provide industry-leading expertise – and offer a pro-active and collaborative approach to skill development, and professional excellence.

    The Role

    This is an excellent opportunity for a Graduate to join our Civil or Structural Engineering team to work on the design of some of the most exciting construction design projects in the UK and worldwide. Working closely with colleagues across our multi-disciplinary practice, you will provide specialist consultancy input on projects across a wide range of sectors including Education, Healthcare, Critical Systems and Retail.


    As a Graduate Civil Engineer, and under the guidance of our team of expert engineers, this wide-ranging role will see you carrying out water flow and highways design including; flood risk assessments, hydrological assessments, road horizontal and vertical alignment and earthworks analysis.


    As a Graduate Structural Engineer, working with and guided by a team of expert engineers, you will carry out detailed structural engineering design and analysis.


    Both roles will require you to use your knowledge and expertise to define and translate clients’ needs into designs for buildings, infrastructure, facilities and services with sustainability at the forefront of the design. 


    You will have the opportunity over time to assume greater levels of responsibility and autonomy as your professional skills develop, and with accredited professional development programmes from the ICE and IStructE you will be supported towards Chartership.

    The Skills

    Accredited to MEng degree level (or equivalent) in Civil or Structural Engineering, you have a keen interest in civil and/or structural design and analysis for the built environment, and crucially - have a passion for creative and intuitive design. You possess a desire for personal and professional development, and have proven your ability to work effectively as part of a team.


    You have an organised and methodical approach to managing tasks and priorities to meet deadlines, and have a close appreciation of the commercial factors which affect design solutions.


    Ideally, you have an understanding of Parametric Modelling (Grasshopper or Dynamo), or at least one modern programming language (e.g. Python, C#, VB) and Engineering Optimisation Techniques and basic knowledge in the application of Machine Learning.


    Given the collaborative and client focused nature of this role, excellent communication skills and experience of using your initiative to overcome challenges are essential.


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    Cundall values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. 
    Additional Benefits:
    *One-off joining bonus of £1,500, payable during your first week of employment
    *£2,000 bonus on gaining chartered status with a relevant professional body
    *Training and Development opportunities
    *23 days' holiday per annum (plus statutory holidays),
    *Flexible Benefits package which enables you to select additional benefits to suit your personal circumstances.


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