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February 14, 2016

Senior Structural Engineer - NSW Consultancy - Ref No.TCSSE

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Job Description

Our leading client in Sydney is seeking the expertise of a Senior Structural Engineer with experience in Mid -High-Rise residential and commercial projects within Australia.

It is preferable that each candidate be proficient in design programmes such as; RAPT, Inducta, ETABS, Ram concept, microstran, limcon, wallap. They must have excellent client lease and commercial/financial knowledge. They will be in charge of managing multiple projects from start to finish ensuring that it is delivered on time and within budget.

The role includes:

- Structural Buildings design and analysis
- Projects; Commercial, Industrial
- Project Management
- Business Development
- Team Management
- Reinforced concrete and post tensioned concrete

What you need:

- 6-10 years’ experience in the NSW Market
- Local Sydney experience would be advantageous
- BEng Civil/Structural Engineering
- CPEng would be advantageous
- Consultancy experience
- Good client management

What’s in it for you?

- Job security - strong pipeline of work
- Work within a team of like-minded professionals
- Generous Salary Package
- Approachable management
- Position available now
- Outstanding employee benefits and rewards

Please click on the ‘Apply’ button or send your resume to [Apply online] (Microsoft Word copy preferred)

For further information, please contact: Tom Collins on ……

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