Job Description

Structural Engineer

Galway, Co. Galway, Ireland
Competitive salary
Permanent
Ref: bk.5601.struct.w02.21

Structural Engineer | Galway | €Neg + Package (remote office options)

Our client, a Tier 1 construction group, with interests in Ireland, UK, and Europe, require an experienced Structural Engineer within the 'offsite' construction division based in Galway.

They design, manufacture, supply and fit ‘innovative’ building solutions, utilising pre-galvanised, hot rolled, light-gauge steel, for clients and projects across Ireland and the UK, with offices also in Dublin and London.

You will be an integral member of the ‘senior management team’, reporting to the 'Head of Design', with responsibility for managing junir Engineers and Technicians. Expert knowledge of BIM, Revit and other packages including ROBOT TEDDS would be an advantage

Responsibilities:

  • Review and monitor the Clients design proposals and lead the design process from conceptual and final design to approval stage.
  • Monitor, manage and approve design changes in conjunction with production, installation, and commercial teams, ensuring programme and cost effects are agreed.
  • Liaise with procurement department / manufacturing functions to ensure that necessary materials are procured on time and within budgets.
  • Responsible for leading and developing technical and engineering support in relation to current and new products/systems development.
  • Lead the BIM stratey & manage compliance in relation to façade design, fire details, thermal, airtightness and acoustics.

Required:

  • Degree qualified in Structural Engineering or Architecture, with a minimum of 5 years post graduate and proven design experience is essential.
  • Structural engineering design of modular or offsite construction would be an advantage.
  • Commercial awareness and client interfacing experience is essential.
  • Travel within Ireland and ‘occasionally’ the UK.

Email: Barry Kelly… barry.kelly@icds.ie


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