Structural Technician Job in Leeds, United Kingdom | Job ID: 617065

Structural technician



£ 25,000 – £ 35,000 a year

Are you an experienced structural technician who has worked extensively in buildings and steel framing with a vision in delivering profitable, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable construction projects?

Do you have a solid background in pragmatic and technical details as well as knowledge and understanding of Revit and AutoCAD?

Our client is an award-winning global engineering and environmental consulting company. As their business grows, they are looking to expand their buildings and built environment team in their Manchester and Leeds offices.

You will work as an integral part of their successful and ambitious team, on a wide variety of major projects across a wide range of industries, from high rise developments to industrial warehouses.

This work will range from the initial design to the review of current designs and the adaptation, renovation and maintenance of existing buildings.

You will need advanced PC modeling techniques, have the ability to solve problems and have extensive experience in the leisure, education, residential, commercial, healthcare and retail industries.

You will have a good knowledge of structural details and experience in steel framing, concrete (and rebar detailing) and general construction.

If you have key problem solving skills, are a good communicator, organized and able to work under pressure, contact us today!

  • amy. naden @ vital. UK . com
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