We are looking for experienced Civil Engineers to join our renowned Design and Implementation team. Working for a variety of public sector clients across Hampshire, we carry out a wide range of active travel programs, from identifying opportunities to feasibility, consultation, design and implementation stages. We also serve as an internal engineering resource for the Havant and East Hampshire councils, performing various municipal engineering activities such as improvements to council-owned assets which may include work items on drainage and construction projects. ‘open spaces. We play an active role in contributing to council policy on walking, cycling and public transport, working with Hampshire County Council on projects across Hampshire.
You will be assigned to your own specific engineering projects to manage and lead these projects throughout their lifecycle. You will be able to carry out effective preparation, management and presentation of feasibility studies and the initial design of highway improvement plans, including, where applicable, performance management of consultants employed to carry out these works. The role will include the preparation of plans, financing offers, specifications, bills of quantities and contract documents. You will launch calls for tenders for the realization of your arrangements on behalf of internal or external customers and supervise the work on site.
You will be proficient in using computer aided design (CAD) to produce engineering drawings. Training will be given in accordance with our corporate CAD standards.
You will be a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) or similar, with a minimum of 5 years of experience working in a civil engineering design office environment. As you will need to travel throughout Hampshire to undertake site visits and meet clients, a full driver’s license is required. Training will be provided to help you fulfill your role, including Streetworks accreditation and the various IT systems we use.
We recognize the importance of a good balance between work and family life, so we do everything possible to allow flexible working, including working from home (depending on service needs) and other arrangements. Please just let us know in your application or at any stage of the process (and beyond) if these are any options you would like to explore.
In return for your hard work and contribution, we can offer you a competitive salary, generous annual leave, flexible hours, free parking, discounts for recreation centers, membership in the local government pension scheme and Moreover. Take a look at our website for the full range of benefits and support we offer our staff: https://www.havant.gov.uk/why-choose-us
Interested? for an informal discussion on the role, please contact Stuart wood to 023 9244 6215. The closing date for applications is 19e October 2021. Interviews will take place between 8e November and 15e November 2021
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