Infrastructure Engineer

Posted 11 September 2023
Salary Negotiable
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Highways, Transport & Infrastructure
Contact NameTony Hutt

Job description

My client has opportunities for expansion to meet the current healthy forward
workload generated by the impetus for growth in the UK within the commercial, retail, industrial
and housing sectors.
The Infrastructure team operates from a state of the art open plan, air conditioned office with on-site cafe, situated close to Watford town centre and Watford Junction railway station, with easy access to the M1 and M25 motorways and easy commute links from London and the Home Counties.
As a company they also recognise the desire of staff to achieve a beneficial work/life balance and offers the opportunity for participation in flexible office working and hybrid office and home working arrangements.
The Infrastructure team specialises in providing sustainable development infrastructure
solutions to mainly private sector clients in both the UK and overseas. The team also works
closely with other disciplines to provide integrated solutions on high profile multidisciplinary
The current permanent employment opportunity offers a competitive salary and excellent
flexible benefits package for permanent staff which includes training opportunities,
reimbursement of professional fees, contributory pension, personal health care plan and life
insurance, interest free rail season ticket loan, additional leave purchase and buy-back
scheme, staff loyalty bonus.
-Ideal candidates for the Infrastructure Engineer position will have a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Civil Engineering, a minimum of three years' experience with an aspiration to gain ICE Incorporated or Chartered status, with internal and external training support provided.
Experience in highway and drainage design with a working knowledge of UK design
standards is needed, together with the ability to balance several projects and meet
project timetables. They currently have a varied workload ranging from large scale
logistics developments in the commercial sector and residential schemes of varying
scales, from pre-planning through to construction so the candidate would need to show
experience in highways, external works, flood risk and drainage at all stages for these
types of projects.
-Candidates should have private sector experience and a working knowledge in the use
of Civils3D, together with Microdrainage, Autocad and Autotrack (vehicle swept path
analysis) and Navisworks. PDS line and sign design experience would also be beneficial.
The successful candidate would be encouraged to liaise with client, design team and
third party representatives, attend meetings and ultimately develop skills to enable
management of projects.
-Proven report writing (FRA, drainage strategy, specification etc.) and communication
skills will be required, together with an ability to work as part of a team.