Reporting to the Project Manager, you will oversee construction projects.
You will ensure that structures are safe and strong.
As a Structural Engineer, you will spend time both in the office – designing and planning project details – and on-site where you will provide technical advice to construction workers.
To succeed in this role, you should have hands-on experience using several construction methods and materials and advanced knowledge of AutoCAD. Project management and analytical skills are also very important
Design structures, such as buildings
Create structural models by using computer-aided design software
Measure loads and pressures caused by environmental or human influence
Follow construction safety guidelines
Choose appropriate materials based on structural specifications
Monitor on-site construction processes and supervise construction workers
Prepare and allocate budgets
Track and report on project progress
Collaborate with contractors and project managers
Degree in Structural Engineering; a Master’s degree is a plus
5 years of minimum experience as a Structural Engineer
Excellent knowledge of construction methods and regulations
Hands-on experience with AutoCAD
Data-driven mindset with excellent mathematical skills
Good communication ability (both written and verbal)
Attention to detail
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications and CV to: email@example.com using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.