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Are you looking to expand your skills and experience within a growing multi-disciplinary consultancy?

Do you want to work on a diverse range of projects, as part of a collaborative, dynamic and supportive team?

Join us as a Graduate Structural Engineer where you’ll be trusted with interesting and complex design work, with full support from the team around you.

From day one, you’ll be working on real projects, giving you understanding of the wide variety of our work and opportunities. From high-profile national projects as part of a large design team, to smaller projects - you’ll gain experience of design, surveying, and inspection of construction. You’ll be developing concept designs, producing calculations, and collaborating with both internal and external stakeholders. Our projects span the full breadth of the built environment, providing opportunity to enhance your technical skills and take on client-facing roles, and explore your own skills and interests. Working across the public and private sector, our recent projects include work on the Parliamentary Estate, Cairngorm Funicular and the UK’s first subsea cable factory – see more of the projects you could be part of here: Discover our projects - Pick Everard

You will also have opportunities to achieve chartered status, with mentors for both IStructE and ICE and access to regular workshops and seminars tailored to signing off the core objectives as part of the chartership process.

As an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team of engineers, architects, and designers you’ll learn and collaborate together, creating holistic designs that make a meaningful impact on the built environment.

About you

Our ideal Graduate Structural Engineer must have

  • A minimum of BSc or BEng in Civil/Structural Engineering (2.2 min.), MSc or MEng preferred
  • Good verbal communication – able to discuss work, and communicate effectively to work collaboratively as part of a team
  • An understanding of technical standards, analysis, and design software (AutoCAD and Revit)
  • Enthusiasm, a proactive work ethic and willingness to take on responsibility.

It would be nice for you to have

  • Be driven to continually learn and develop and take on responsibility and new opportunities.
  • Be curious and collaborative, pushing yourself and others to find innovative solutions to complex challenges.
  • Strong digital skills and desire to use digital technology to push the boundaries of design and construction.
  • A passion for sustainability and creative design.

About us

Our nationwide multidisciplinary team of 650+ work collaboratively to deliver outstanding places and spaces that create lasting value for local communities. Through our remarkable history we have established the sound principles of success, and we have the vision and ambition to be even better.

We’re committed to creating sustainable communities where everyone feels safe, cared for and valued. We achieve that by encouraging a diverse, welcoming workplace for our people, clients and colleagues.

We care about our people and improving our society and that means supporting your ambitions and interests at every level. We will provide you with an inspiring environment in which you will be able to drive real progress and impact in your career. 

What we offer

Providing a balanced, enjoyable career is important to us, and we work hard to make sure everyone feels a valued part of our organisation. You will receive an attractive salary, and amongst other benefits you can also expect:

  • Agile working
  • 26 days’ annual leave + Bank Holidays + option to buy up to 5 days’ additional leave
  • Private healthcare, life assurance and healthcare cash plan
  • Professional subscriptions  
  • Wellbeing support and Employee Assistance Programme
  • Stakeholder pension

As an equal opportunities’ employer, Pick Everard is committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join us on our journey.

We are committed to building and nurturing great relationships with our agency partners. However, this role is being recruited for directly and therefore we are not seeking support at this time. Any unsolicited CV Introductions will not be accepted.