We have have an exciting opportunity for talented Graduate Structural Engineers to join our Structural Engineering team. If you would like to work on and deliver challenging projects around the world.


  • To participate in the design process of structural engineering activities relating to the project
  • To perform design and analysis of structural systems for all building types through all design stages to major international building codes
  • To prepare and develop calculations, reports, structural drawings, specifications and other documents relating to the design as a member of the project team.
  • To contribute to the Practice’s overall objective in producing first-class architecture and engineering designs on time and on budget
  • To liaise with members of the external project teams and other associated organisations or companies as required
  • To seek, and record evidence of, continuing professional development (CPD) in accordance with the requirements of the relevant professional institutiion
  • Contribute, or otherwise assist, as required
  • Equity, diversity & inclusion (EDI) is a core priority. To support and champion the embedding of this focus as a collective workforce responsibility, EDI should be integrated, where relevant, into all workstreams.
  • Thorough knowledge of and compliance with F+P procedures and standards

Qualities and skills required

  • Able to demonstrate ability to undertake the above responsibilities
  • Legally able to work in the country in which the position is based
  • An undergraduate degree of at least 4 years duration and a postgraduate degree at the MSc level or above in structural engineering
  • Working towards a professional qualification or professional status
  • Excellent organisational skills • Able to manage sensitive and sometimes confidential information
  • Self motivated and able to take responsibility • Able to demonstrate initiative and a proactive approach to daily tasks
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to work independently and as part of an effective team
  • Flexible attitude
  • Able to build good relationships at all levels, internally and externally
  • Resilient to cope with conflicting demands, able to prioritise duties and work effectively under pressure.

Able to work as part of an effective team assisting and supporting team members This description reflects the core activities of the role but is not intended to be all-inclusive and other duties within the group/department may be required in addition to changes in the emphasis of duties as required from time to time. There is a requirement for the post holder to recognise this and adopt a flexible approach to work. Job descriptions will be reviewed regularly and where.

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