Due to a thriving workload, we are looking for an ambitious Graduate Civil Engineer to join a dynamic Civils and Rail team becoming part of one of the UK’s leading private Engineering Consultancies working with both public and private clients.
Contract Scotland are working with a well-established Engineering Consultancy which offers a better work/life balance and a clear career path over the next 5 years. On offer is a competitive salary as well as flexible working hours.
Civil Engineer – Flood Risk & Drainage
Contract Scotland are working with a well-established Engineering Consultancy which offers a better work/life balance and a clear career path over the next 5 years. On offer is a competitive salary, hybrid working, and flexible working hours.
Working closely with the design team, you will be covering various work within Flood Risk Assessments, below-ground drainage systems as well as the design of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SuDs)
- Project Coordination
- Liaising with 3rd parties to obtain necessary information
- Liaising with clients
- Building network models in industry-standard software
- Producing design drawings using AutoCAD
- Report writing
We would love to hear from you if you:
- Have experience working within an Engineering Design Consultancy environment
- Proven experience in Drainage, Flood Risk, Infrastructure or Sustainable Urban Drainage Solutions (SuDs).
- Enjoy working in a fast-paced, yet supportive environment
- Have experience in AutoCAD
- Experience in MicroDrainage will be advantageous
If this is the right role for you, contact Stephen McNaughton today on 01786 446651 quoting J41778 for more details.
Contract Scotland acts as an employment agency for permanent work and acts as an employment business for temporary work.
For roles in Scotland/the UK, applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
At Contract Scotland, we value diversity and promote equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all areas of society and can discuss any reasonable adjustments to support your application.