Civil Structural Engineering Degree Apprentice Apply now

Job Reference: 2184

Closing date: Sunday 30th June 2019

Hours: 40

Pay: £16000

Duration: 5 years

Location: London

CSCS Card: Not required

Key elements of the role include:

  • Production of 3D drawings of building structures.
  • Preparation of calculations of structural building elements
  • Supporting the administration of projects
  • Ensuring outputs meet the required standards
  • Meeting agreed deadlines
  • Maintaining drawing register
  • Working as a member of a team
  • Contributing to providing solutions to problems
  • Working both in an office environment and on site

    Requirements and prospects Desired skills Key elements of the role include:

  • Working to deadlines
  • Attend training courses
  • Effective communicator, both oral and written.
  • Problem solving
  • Patience
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Reliable & Punctual
  • Positive attitude with a willingness to learn and develop new skills To be a Civil/Structural Engineer you should:
  • Be good at maths and physics
  • Be creative and practical
  • Be adaptable and persevering
  • Be interested in using computers for design work, calculations, and testing designs
  • Be able to produce neat and accurate technical drawings
  • Be able to think in a methodical way to design, plan and organise projects
  • Work well with other people
  • Be able to organise the work of others Personal qualities You should be able to demonstrate that you are:
  • Enthusiastic and passionate about the industry
  • Willing to learn
  • Punctual
  • Reliable
  • Committed
  • Willing to learn
  • Self motivated Desired qualifications Apprenticeship candidates will typically have at least three A levels at Grades A-C including Mathematics and Physical Science (Either Physics or Chemistry) or will have completed a BTEC National Diploma in a relevant field for the degree. Candidates are also required to start the programme holding a L2 maths and English qualification (GSCE grade A- C / new tariff grade 4 or above), which is compulsory within the apprenticeship requirements. Future prospects The apprenticeship will run over a 5-year period during which you will undertake a supervised programme of training and college day release. Following the completion of the degree there is the opportunity to continue learning on the job before applying to achieve Chartered Engineer status with the Institution of Civil Engineers and/or the Institution of Structural Engineers. Things to consider Whilst the minimum entry requirements for the London South Bank are given above, the work at SD Structures is technically challenging. As such the ideal candidate will hold maths, science and English GCSEs and A levels at grade B or above (or equivalent). To see examples of the type of work a structural Engineer at SD Structures carries out, please see our website


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