Civil/Structural Design Technician

We’re looking for a Civil/Structural Design Technician to join our Lancashire-based client on a permanent-basis. Our client is a Multi-disciplinary Engineering consultancy looking to grow their team.

Role: Civil/Structural Design Technician
Position Type: Permanent
Salary: £30,000 – £40,000 DOE
Location: Lancashire
Industry: Civil/Structural
Reference: HQ6553
Date Posted: 19/07/2019


  •  Join a well-established, small, hands on team who are currently working on several exciting projects including Schools, Stadiums and Bespoke Residential.
  • You will support the Engineers and Directors by producing a variety of drawings using AutoCAD.
  • You will be involved in all areas of projects from Drainage to Steelwork and Timber, therefore a solid base knowledge on both Civil and Structural projects is required. Our client is working on various projects within a variety of fields including Sport & Leisure, Residential and Education.

Skills and experience

  • Experience in the use of AutoCAD, Revit would be an advantage
  • Experience in Civil and Structural drawings (drainage, steel, timber)
  • Experience of working with project teams to execute projects on time and on budget
  • Previous experience in adhering to standard procedures and document controls etc
  • Fully proficient in Microsoft Office packages (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Must poses good interpersonal and communication skills
  • BTEC HNC in Civil/Structural Engineering or similar

Pay and benefits

  •  Salary on offer is £30,000 – £40,000 depending on experience – call to discuss.

DATS is an equal opportunities employer that promotes and celebrates diversity in the workplace.

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