Lyons O’Neill is an innovative Structural & Civil practice with offices in London and a workload far beyond. Our success is the direct result of the talent and creativity of the people within, so we are constantly looking for bright individuals to join our busy and expanding team. We are working on a wide variety of challenging projects ranging in both materials and scale, so we are always looking for Engineers and Technicians of the highest standards. We are currently on the lookout for Graduate & Project Engineers to start in early 2022. Graduate & Project Engineers 2022 We are looking for outstanding Graduate Civil, Structural Engineers to join our award winning consultancy. The applicant should have an enthusiasm for sustainability within Engineering and be keen to develop professionally. The successful candidates should have a sound understanding of engineering principles and be expected to achieve a minimum of a two one honours Masters degree. You will be expected to work alongside more senior engineers on all stages of the design including and your role will encompass the following tasks: initial scheme design of options, design development and coordination with other members of the design teams, detailed design calculations, assisting in the preparation of working drawings and details together with site inspections. You will be expected to undertake computer analyses for more complex solutions and engage in our embodied Carbon Assessments. Lyons O’Neill is committed to understanding our Client’s needs and exceeding expectations and you will work as part of our team with full supervision and training as necessary. Our culture consists of continuous improvement, and we always seek to expand our knowledge and skills. We are fully supportive of our staff in their attempts to achieve Chartered status and have an extremely good record of pass rates. Benefits: 25 days annual leave excluding bank holidays Company pension scheme Cycle to work scheme Reimbursement of professional subscription and membership fees Gym with access to[…]
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