An Engineering Consultancy with a long-standing history within the Scottish market is looking to recruit a Senior Principal Designer join their specialist team.
About the employer:
Employing around 500 staff across UK, they sit firmly within the mid-sized range. They are big enough to compete with many of the large global players but small enough to enable them to deliver a localised, ‘hands on’, expert engineering service that can be tailored from project to project.
This makes them an attractive prospect for those looking to move away from the more corporate-led approach of the global PLCs, to one where individuals are given trust and autonomy in the daily work activities.
Working on a variety of projects in all industry sectors including international events this is a varied role working as a consultant in all aspects of engineering and design.
- Undertaking the role of CDM Adviser/Principal Designer on a broad range of construction related projects
- Acting as a Safety Consultant in the provision of a broad range of H&S related consultancy services to clients
- Prepare and submit proposals in pursuit of new clients and projects.
- Recognised H&S/Risk management qualifications and either holds or is working towards a Chartered Membership.
- A proactive approach to the implementation of all aspects of H&S management
- Past relevant experience within CDM services
- Provide all necessary support to senior staff
- Good report writing and communication skills, both written and oral, required
- Ability to travel to and to work from project sites, including those located overseas.
- UK valid driving licence essential
With this role comes a salary of £45-50,000 and a flexible benefits package.
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