Tony Gee and Partners is currently recruiting a Graduate Engineer to join an established highways team in its Glasgow Office.

The candidate should have a technical background and be able to work within a team environment, supporting the design delivery of highways projects across the UK. 2-3 years post-graduate experience is desirable.

Job responsibilities

  • Design of highways to DMRB
  • Work within design team locally and interface with other offices and design disciplines
  • Support BIM Level 2 delivery on highways design projects

Required qualifications

  • BEng or MEng in Civil Engineering or similar

Why Work for Tony Gee?

We are an engineering consultancy renowned for delivering complex and innovative design solutions to the global construction industry. Our people make our business a success and so we invest in your development and wellbeing providing an environment that supports you at whatever career level you are at. We offer an excellent ICE training scheme for all of our graduates.

We believe that there is more to a job than work. We encourage a healthy work/life balance through a range of company sports and social activity groups. They’re great fun and a chance to expand your professional and social networks.

Benefits

Cycle to work scheme

Employee assistance programme

Eye care vouchers

Family friendly

Flexible annual leave allowance

Flexible working hours

Fundraising & volunteering opportunities

Generous company pension contributions

Group income protection

Life assurance

Private medical insurance

Social fund

Travel insurance

Locations

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    PRIVACY NOTICE

    Role:

    Graduate Engineer

    Locations:

    Glasgow,

    Position type:

    Full time

    Team:

    Engineering

    Job reference:

    S-E3-46