Graduate Structural Engineer (Oil & Gas/Renewable)

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    State/ProvinceGreater London
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A fantastic opportunity for an ambitious graduate looking to join a rapidly expanding company where you can receive extensive structured training and progression to become a technical expert.

Do you have a degree in Structural engineering or a related discipline? Are you looking to join a company that will invest in your future through structured training or progression?

Established for over 25 years this company specialise in the design of offshore structures including Wind Farms and Oil & Gas Infrastructure. This company has a vast number of interesting and highly technical completed projects and due to continued growth and a growing demand from present clients, they are looking for a determined graduate to join their expert team and help the business stay at the top of their game.

In this role you will be responsible for producing and validating a variety of analysis models, designing risk assessments as well as proactively identifying engineering issues to be addressed. You will be responsible for the analysis and design of variety of offshore structures for a huge portfolio of clients around the globe.

This role would therefore suit a Graduate Engineer from a Structural or Civil background who is looking for a long term career in a company that will support your development through structured training.

The Role:

Graduate with a background in Structural Engineering or a related discipline
Working alongside Senior Engineers
Opportunity to receive specialist training
Designing and analysing offshore structures for international ClientsThe Person:

Degree in Structural Engineering or a similar discipline
Looking for structured training and progression
Looking for a company that invest in your development
Experience working with Python or Matlab