Mott MacDonald Job Vacancy for Civil / Structural Engineer

Mott MacDonald Graduate Engineer – Civil/Structural

Main Purpose of the Job:

Reporting into the Project manager this role will play a pivotal role in coordination of key stakeholders both internally and externally on projects as well as input to the successful delivery of those projects.

Key responsibilities/Duties:
Working closely with Project Managers and discipline Team Leaders
Production of engineering reports, calculations drawings etc.
Supporting the Engineering Team to move to BIM delivery for all projects
Liaison with other engineering disciplines
Adapt to the growing use of multi-disciplinary CAD systems (2D and 3D as appropriate)
To ensure that the design delivery is matched to the project programme and every effort is assured to ensure delivery on time
To explore opportunities for out-performance from technical innovation
Be responsible for maintaining your own quality and consistency of all engineering technical documents
Work with the relevant Senior Engineer/Peers and/or the Discipline Head to ensure that all technical deliverables are properly checked & approved

Candidate Specification

Graduate engineer, with relevant experience, preferably in design of Civil/Structural domain
B.E/ M.E in Civil or Structural discipline
Understanding of civil and structural engineering conceptual design and detailed design
Familiarity with BIM delivery would be considered as added advantage
Have a zeal for innovation to try new approaches to drive efficiencies and quality consistency
Ability to work in an open and collaborative environment
Proficient in STAAD Pro,Robots,TEDDS,Microsoft Office,Autocad is desirable
Knowledge of water and waste water treatment processes is desirable.
Exceptional communication skills and ability to communicate effectively at all levels

Job Location: Across India


Mott MacDonald Job Vacancy for Civil / Structural Engineer

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