About the job
Wardell Armstrong LLP is a medium-sized consultancy, large enough to have strength in depth with many experienced specialists working seamlessly together, but also small enough to be sure of giving close personal attention to both our clients and our staff. We value our people who are at heart of our business and are committed to helping our people achieve their ambitions and rewarding them on how they help develop, grow, and shape the business and how they interact with and support colleagues, clients, partners, regulators, and the public. With 13 offices throughout the UK and employing 500 staff we have a great family friendly culture which offers flexibility to work part time and hybrid home/office working.We are proud to be net zero and have recently achieved ISO19650-2 BIM Accreditation and also winners of the UK Geotechnical Team of the Year at the Ground Engineering Awards.
Our Civil & Structural Engineers are based across our Birmingham, Bolton, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Stoke and Leeds offices with around 50 staff. Our vibrant head office in Stoke have an opening for a to join the team and assist on a wide range of projectsWe are currently instructed on a number of interesting and exciting projects ranging in type and size from £500k to £90m in construction value. These projects are across many different sectors of development including residential, education, and waste sectors. They range from small affordable housing site infrastructure to Major schools and college projects.You will be part of a team preparing flood risk assessments, drainage strategies and producing detailed drainage designs. You will be responsible for project managing your own schemes and assisting and advising more junior members of staff. You will be liaising with clients and the wider project teams on projects. The successful candidate will have a Civil Engineering degree, a minimum of three years’ experience and be proficient in the design of drainage networks and SuDS features using drainage design software. Experience in producing flood risk assessments and drainage strategies is also required. AutoCAD and MicroDrainage experience are essential. Experience of highway design, earthwork modelling and the use of Civils 3D would be a distinct advantage. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience and qualifications.· Membership of the Firm's Group Personal Pension Plan, with Employer's contribution of up to 5%.· Payment of a relevant professional subscription.· 24 days annual leave per year.· Membership to the Firm's Private Health Care Scheme.· Inclusion in the Firm's Critical Illness Cover Policy.· Inclusion in the Firm's Life Assurance Policy, insuring you 3 times your annual salary.· Mobile Phone with inclusive tariff including personal usage.· Hybrid working.· Flexi-Time Working Schedule.· Long service awards.· Cycle to Work Scheme.· Travel Loans.· Recruitment Bounty Scheme.· Financial reward for Chartership We are committed to helping our people achieve their ambitions and rewarding them on how they help develop, grow, and shape the business and how they interact with and support colleagues, clients, partners, regulators, and the public and we offer excellent career prospects in a supportive working environment with no restrictions on how far you can progress. We encourage all of our employees to contribute to their professional institution and offer a financial award for chartership.Amongst other benefits, WA also provide a bespoke training and mentoring programme for all grades, tailored to suit an individual’s needs. Training is provided internally as well as from external sources where needed.