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Graduate Job Graduate Engineer

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Jeremy Gardner Associates Limited
Reference: GP/JGA
Salary: £Generous + Excellent prospects  

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Jeremy Gardner Associates are the largest independent Fire Engineering Consultancy in the UK. We are looking for a new Engineering graduate to work in our London office.

From day one, you’ll be working on some of the UK and Europe’s largest and most exciting new buildings – from residential and office buildings to shopping centres and airports. You’ll work with an experienced team on all aspects of fire engineering from structural fire resistance to modelling of smoke movement using Computational Fluid Dynamics. JGA are renowned for our innovation and technical excellence, and we will give you all the training you need to quickly take charge of your own projects.

You’ll need to show us enthusiasm, initiative and outstanding attention to technical detail, all in a fast paced and demanding environment. You’ll also need to build strong relationships with our clients so you’ll be a confident communicator, able to explain your ideas to different audiences. In return, we’ll help you to further your career with us quickly, supporting you to achieve Chartered status. There is also an opportunity to work in our other offices across the UK and Ireland.

To be considered for the role you will have or expect at least a 2:1 Masters degree in an Engineering field, but particularly in Fire, Mechanical or other related Engineering degree, or Physics.

If you think you are the right person for this role then we would like to hear from you. Please apply below.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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