Senior / Principal Civil Engineer – Didcot – Up to £45k

  • Permanent
  • Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
  • £38,000 to £45,000 per annum

Senior / Principal Civil Engineer – Didcot – Up to £45k

We are working on an excellent opportunity to join a well-regarded Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Consultancy in Oxfordshire.

Our client is an award winning and highly respected Multi-Disciplinary NCE100 consultancy providing a range of engineering services and solutions across a variety of sectors. The business has grown steadily and with a strong order book of projects they are now looking to appoint an experienced Senior / Principal Infrastructure Engineer to complement their team in the Didcot office.

As a NCE100 Consultancy our client are able to provide a range of services to support the planning, construction and maintenance of infrastructure schemes and developments of varying size and complexity. The team has expertise and experience in infrastructure planning and design, earthworks and 3d ground modelling, pumping stations, sewerage systems, land drainage, flooding and Sustainable Drainage Systems (SUDS).

As a Civil Engineer you will be at the centre of a broad range of projects that include urban regeneration, transport, energy, waste, industrial, commercial, residential, retail, health and leisure developments providing commercial benefits for clients at each stage of a project through the provision of cost-effective, integrated infrastructure solutions.
The company plan, design, procure, co-ordinate and project manage projects on behalf of clients from both public and private sector. They are particularly proud of the range and scale of projects they delivery and it is this diverse sector coverage which has really seen their workload grow over the past 12 months.

With people playing such an important role in the Company’s activities they are keen to provide a friendly and supportive working environment in both terms of career progression and day to day working environment. With the lockdown looking to end imminently they are able to offer flexible working arrangements with the option to work from home.

To be considered for this role you will need to display the following:

  • Qualified to a minimum of degree level in an appropriate subject
  • A minimum of 7 years’ post-graduate experience
  • An ability to use TRICS, ARCADY, PICADY, TRANSYT and LinSig
  • Experience in preparing complex Transport Assessments
  • Experience with undertaking and/or interpreting micro-simulation traffic modelling using Paramics or VISSIM or network modelling using SATURN
  • Experience of appearing at and preparing report to support Planning Appeals, Public Enquiries and Examinations in Public
  • Experience with Stopping Up and Traffic Regulation Orders
  • Experience with highway design and Road Safety Audits
  • Experience of promoting large scale residential development through the Local Plan Process, with associated preparation of relevant evidence base
  • An ability to prepare firm and robust rebuttals to statutory consultees through the planning process including negotiating positive results for our clients

Your duties will include:

  • Site appraisals, feasibility studies and pre-application advice
  • Transport Assessments, Transport Statements and Travel Plans to accompany planning applications
  • Traffic modelling and junction capacity assessments
  • Highway design
  • Road Safety and Non-Motorised User Audits

As part of the package you will be rewarded with a market leading salary and full tailored benefits package within a company that is dedicated to offering excellent progression opportunities to all it’s staff. You will also be entitled to private healthcare, access to the company salary sacrifice scheme and a number of addition benefits. As career progression is an essential part of your development additional training and mentoring will be offered to ensure that you are able to develop your skills and progress your career accordingly.

stride is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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