As practice we place a strong emphasis on staff welfare. In addition to the expected statutory requirements, our members of staff enjoy flexible working arrangements, including being able to work from home and fit work around family and other commitments. Our staff enjoy a relaxed informal social scene with post-work gatherings, sports matches and trips away. Every year, the practice staff enjoy a relaxing weekend away. The trip offers staff not only to unwind but also offers an educational slant, with locations chosen to be of architectural merit. Previous locations include the Norman Foster design Millau Viaduct in the south of France, the German capital Berlin, and recently we viewed the works of Santiago Calatrava in the beautiful city of Valencia.
Our celebrated annual whisky tasting takes place every Autumn, and offers staff and clients an opportunity to sample, learn about and appreciate the intricate subject of whisky. The evening consists of competitions, instruction and live music. As a practice, our greatest asset is our staff. Therefore up-to-date training is key to our success. Ellis + Moore are members of the Institution of Civil Engineers approved training scheme and integrate training into the working day. The practice actively encourages and supports graduate engineers as they prepare to sit their Chartered Professional Review.
Our recent staff Go-Karting outing
SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER
Ellis and Moore is an award winning Civil and Structural Engineering consultancy, specialising in the design of building structures and the associated civil engineering infrastructure.
We currently have a vacancy for a Senior Civil Engineer experienced in the design of below ground drainage and highways works associated with projects ranging from domestic conversions to new build developments with values in excess of £300 million.
We currently have a team of three full time civil design engineers with a senior engineer based out of our office. We now wish to enhance this capability with a senior engineer based in the office and able to organise, mentor, guide and advise the design engineers in the production of their designs as well as undertaking design work and report writing on their own projects.
We have been at the forefront of sustainable developments in the UK and are keen to maintain and enhance our capabilities in this field.
The successful candidate will be proficient in the use of AutoCad, Microdrainage and AutoDesk Civils 3D or similar ground modelling packages.
You will be required to undertake the design and detailing of drainage systems and estate roads up to adoptable standards; the negotiation and completion of the technical aspects of all required Section Agreements for highways and drainage works; the design of Sustainable Urban Drainage systems; compliance with current sustainability requirements, report writing, including Flood Risk Assessments and the supervision of reports and specialist design elements produced by outside consultants.
In addition, we will be looking to you to become the focal point for our inhouse Civil Engineering, prioritising workload within the group, undertaking stage checks on the designs being produced and the final check on drawings and designs prior to construction issue.
The candidate should have a 10 years UK based civil engineering design experience, be fully technically proficient and have excellent communication skills. You will be expected to attend meetings for project civil engineering and to provide written reports to clients and senior management.
In return we offer a competitive salary with contributory pension, a friendly and supportive working environment in a young vibrant office, and the chance to grow and develop with the role. Ideally, you will be a Chartered Engineer or approaching Chartered Status and we offer training under agreement with the Institution of Civil Engineers to help you achieve chartered status should this be required.
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Ellis and Moore is an Equal Opportunities Employer.