Geotechnical Design Engineer
Start date Jan 2022
Fielders is recruiting for a leading international structural, geotechnical, civil and construction engineering consultancy. Who are specialists in the built environment and complex infrastructure. They are recognized for a large range of landmark projects and can offer you excellent career progression and opportunities in inspiring and challenging projects, both locally and internationally.
They are looking for a Design Engineer to join the Geotechnical Team in the London Office. This is an exciting time for the company, as they go through continual expansion, and so presents an opportunity for someone looking to further their career within a thriving engineering consultancy.
You will have the opportunity to directly get involved in the growth of the team and to assist delivering the geotechnical aspects of a variety of prestigious buildings and infrastructure projects within the UK and overseas. This role will provide the candidate with continuous exposure to collaborate with other teams and disciplines within UK and overseas, as well as to interface with external clients.
Duties will include
Assist to develop concept design and design philosophy development in conjunction with Senior Engineers, Associates and Directors.
Ground investigation design, administration and interpretation.
Design and analysis (including but not limited to retaining walls, deep foundations, shallow foundations, basement retention systems, finite element modelling etc.) requires approval prior to issue.
Preparation of project reports and specifications.
Ground movement predictions and review of movement monitoring.
Impact assessment of existing assets.
Site inspections, liaison and coordination with third-parties.
Relevant engineering experience (3 to 5 years) working on buildings and infrastructure projects including but not limited to the design of retaining walls, deep and shallow foundations.
Knowledge of industry design software such as Plaxis 2D, Plaxis 3D, Oaysis package, Wallap and Slope W.
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) or equivalent.