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A predicted first or 2:1 Engineering degree.
We are currently on the lookout for an exceptional Engineering Graduate who is passionate, hard-working and looking to join a leading structural and civil engineering practice. Ideally you will have:
If you are interested in joining our team and working on exciting, challenging projects then please send your CV and examples of your work to email@example.com.
We endeavour to respond to all applicants, however, in the event that we receive a large number of submissions, we will unfortunately be unable to provide feedback to those who have been unsuccessful.
HTS is an equal opportunities employer. No agencies please.
We are looking for a research engineer to join our technical team, to help with research and design of our HTS+ and Best Practice (BP) projects and to support the team in development of technical resources for the office.
HTS+ projects are internal projects undertaken within HTS which are defined as ‘Research, testing & development of complex or innovative structural concepts, helping to maintain our position as industry leaders”. Recent examples of HTS+ projects include research into composite engineered timber, an embodied carbon counter tool and dynamic analysis and response measurement of constructed frames.
BP projects are internal projects involving “Research & development of more common structural concepts, helping to expand our knowledge & service”. These currently include a timber and sustainability focus group and drawing/analytical model integration.
The technical team currently consists of Susan Mantle (technical director) and Laura Batty (senior technical research engineer). The new research engineer will work directly with Laura on existing and new HTS+ and BP projects, to help expand the scope and reach of HTS’ research.
The scope of the role will include:
No agencies please.