Civil and Structural Design Engineer
Fluor | UK, Farnborough Hampshire
We are actively seeking an Design Engineer to join our Civil, Structural and Architectural (CSA) department with experience in one or more of the following engineering business sectors;
• Energy and Chemicals (Oil & Gas)
• Power including Renewables and Nuclear Energy
• Life Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing
• Infrastructure (Road and Rail)
The successful candidate will have proven their capabilities within one or more of the above business sectors and can demonstrate their potential to execute roles with greater levels of responsibility in the future.
The candidate shall be responsible for the structural design and analysis of above and below grade structures either by hand or by software analysis application for all phases of project execution including the preparation of concept designs and options studies that will form the basis of further development work.
Contribute to risk management, quality and HSE to support the effective functioning of the Project Team
To ensure all activities, for which the candidate is responsible for, are executed in accordance with Fluor practices and procedures.
Be assigned positions of responsibility in a team, reporting to the discipline lead and project management, to manage and track the efforts of themselves and others towards a common goal including the validation of design calculations and deliverables executed by the design team or 3rd parties as appropriate.
Develop and review project documents such as Scopes of Services and Scopes of Facilities for execution by Fluor or for submission to be included in tender documents for a sub-contractor.
Demonstrate effective communication skills, both written and verbal, with all stakeholders including the project team, client representatives, internal management and sub-contractors.
Candidate will have experience of developing and reviewing manhour budget estimates, progress reports, execution schedules, material take-offs and discipline execution strategies.
Undertake peer reviews where required
Assist in the preparation, performance and reporting of discipline audits.
To take ownership and responsibility of their continued professional development
Other duties as assigned
To be Considered Candidates:
Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
Notice to Candidates:
Background checks are carried out as part of any conditional offer made, including (but not limited to & role dependant) education, professional registration, employment, references, passport verifications and Global Watchlist screening.
Basic Job Requirements
- Accredited degree or global equivalent in engineering field of study and extensive work-related experience; a recognized professional certification or registration in the applicable field, if required; some locations may have additional or different qualifications in order to comply with local requirements
• Chartered Civil or Structural Engineer or equivalent
• Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and visitors
• Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
• Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines
• Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
- Advanced knowledge of discipline codes and standards, commercial availability and cost of materials
• Effort-hour estimating and staff forecasting
• Experience of working with global engineering execution centres
• Field (construction) experience
• Modular design experience
• Intermediate computer and software skills to include the use of word processing, e-mail, spreadsheet and electronic presentation programs