Job Title: Structural Site Liaison Engineer. Experience: Structural Design, RC Frame, piling, construction. Location: Woking, Surrey. Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience.
As Structural Site Liaison Engineer you will be working on an exciting large scale mixed use development project based in Woking. You will play an important role as a link between the design office and the site team. The role will require full time site presence within the main contractor's team, providing on site oversight, monitoring and reporting, as well as limited on site design/detailing work on day to day site issues.
Our client is a Northern Irish based Engineering Consultancy with an excellent reputation for delivering multi-disciplinary Infrastructure Projects in NI, Eire and UK. Due to contract awards our client is seeking to employ a Structural Engineer with a background RC concrete frame design to act as their representative on site.
As Structural Site Liaison Engineer your responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following:
If you feel this Structural Engineer role is something you may be interested in and you would like to be considered please apply via the button shown and we will contact you upon receipt of your application to discuss your suitability and the role specifics in more detail.
If you wish to discuss the role in more detail please contact Michael on 02890312009
Please also be aware that any correspondence or discussions related to this opportunity will be conducted with the utmost confidentiality.
This vacancy is being advertised by Wellington Professional Recruitment Ltd. The services advertised by Wellington Professional Recruitment Ltd are those of an Employment Agency on behalf of our client.
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