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Graduate Job Graduate Structural Engineer

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: RHLE30
Salary: £22-£24k  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

What is exciting about this role?

As well as first class training, candidates can also expect an extremely competitive remuneration package and a pleasant working environment.

Genuinely seeking a graduate to mould for a successful career in engineering, this opportunity should not be missed.

What do we do?

Renowned throughout the construction industry, we work on both large and small projects, catering for renovation projects through to new build projects.

So where do you come in?

As a Graduate in Structural Engineering, you will be working on many aspects of the business through design to meeting and liaising with clients. In short, your position will quickly be one with that incorporates responsibility and your skills will very quickly develop in this challenging varied role.

What can we give you?

Training, progression, excellent salary and a career with a distinguished, reputable firm.

What you need to demonstrate?

A Degree in Structural Engineering coupled with a desire to work hard and succeed within Engineering

WE ARE INTERVIEWING APPLICANTS NOW. TO BE CONSIDERD APPLY TODAY

Discovery is one of the leading consultancies in Graduate Engineering Recruitment. We know the needs and desires of graduates aspiring to be some of the UK’s top Engineering professionals. A career in engineering can be very challenging and rewarding. All our positions will provide you with a good basic salary and in many cases, the opportunity to earn substantial bonuses, company cars and other benefits including healthcare and in some case all expenses paid trips abroad.

Location: South East England

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