Design Engineer – Ashford
Tony Gee requires an experienced design engineer with at least three years’ experience to join our Ashford team. Applicants will be expected to hold a MEng degree or equivalent and should be able to demonstrate and show experience of participation in the design of civil and structural projects from feasibility to construction stage. Tony Gee has a wide variety of projects underway including rail, highways, marine, bridges, earthworks and general structural design and temporary works design.
The successful candidate will be expected to have detailed civil and structural design experience with a knowledge of various design elements in a Design and Build environment. You will play in integral part in this busy team; helping to deliver projects to our expected high standards.
It is expected that Graduates applying for this role are enrolled onto the ICE training scheme and will have made progress towards completing their development objectives. Graduates would be expected to join Tony Gee’s graduate training scheme for the ICE CPR and site placements can be arranged with contractor clients to gain practical experience. The graduates would be involved throughout the life of a project and be expected to be involved in investigation, survey, feasibility, optioneering, preliminary and detailed design and then provide site support during construction
Benefits we offer
- private medical and travel insurance
- 8% non-contributory pension scheme
- cycle to work scheme
- life assurance
- opt to buy 10 or sell up to five days holiday
- income protection insurance
How to apply
To register your interest, email your CV to Careers quoting A-DES-0120. If you are applying for more than one position please include all applicable job references in one email.
Alternatively, please send your fully detailed CV to:
Tony Gee and Partners LLP
4th Floor, Arthur House
11-13 Chorlton Street
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Tony Gee and Partners LLP is an Equal Opportunities employer and is fully committed to equality and diversity in the workplace.