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We’re always on the lookout for insightful, talented and imaginative people to join our practice….

We’re an independent London-based structural and civil engineering practice with a reputation for intelligent design and innovative, practical solutions.

If you can't see the role you're after right now, please get in touch at recruitment@hts.uk.com to say hello, tell us about yourself and why you want to make HTS your next move.


Bid and Graphics Coordinator

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HTS has an exciting opportunity for a bid and graphics coordinator to join our central London office.

The bid and graphics coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and writing bids, tender and presentations; creating and maintaining marketing materials to support the practice winning new work; developing creative solutions to support marketing campaigns and manage the image library.

 

Heyne Tillett Steel is a structural and civil engineering practice with a reputation for delivering intelligent low carbon solutions on complex, urban sites. We combine intelligent engineering with solid practicality and a hands-on approach, getting involved in a project from concept to completion. We are committed to low carbon design and giving new life to existing structures, as well as making new buildings as efficient as they can be. We are constantly pushing at the limits of emerging materials and technologies and have set up a research division, HTS+, to further our learning.

We enjoy our work, and thanks to our forward-thinking attitude and love of design, people enjoy working with us. We invest in our employees, over 130 currently, and work hard to create a culture of continuous learning which supports, inspires and develops a passion for engineering and the built environment.

HTS has an exciting opportunity for a bid and graphics coordinator to join our central London office.

The bid and graphics coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and writing bids, tender and presentations; creating and maintaining marketing materials to support the practice winning new work; developing creative solutions to support marketing campaigns and manage the image library.

You will report to the Marketing and Communications Associate, but you will work closely with the directors and senior team on specific bids, the marketing and communications co-ordinator in creating project and practice marketing materials.

The role includes:

  • coordinating, writing and compiling bids, tenders, competition responses and interview presentations, working closely with the directors, associates and senior engineers.
  • creating impactful practice profiles and presentation material to support new business opportunities and meetings.
  • monitoring bids, tenders, competitions and other industry sources for new opportunities.
  • updating our client and collaborators contact information, log new business activities and add marketing tags on our CRM system.
    • updating our possible jobs information/leads information on project management system.
    • working with the Marketing and Communications Associate as a guardian of the practice’s visual brand identity and ensuring a consistent image style across all marketing material and imagery.
    • developing creative solutions to support marketing campaigns, events and digital media.
  • creating and updating marketing material e.g. project sheets, practice profile pages, topic pages for use in marketing and new business documents.
  • managing and updating our image library
  • managing the purchase of photographs and organising photography shoots in collaboration with the project team and marketing and communications coordinator.

Requirements for the role include:

  • two to three years of experience successfully coordinating and writing bids, tender documents and presentations, alongside other various business development/marketing materials.
  • graphics knowledge and experience, with strong attention to detail and accuracy is essential.
  • exceptional working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator)
  • a strong understanding of how to effectively dissect and analyse client and bid requirements and develop response plans for technical questions.
  • a positive can-do attitude.
    • good working knowledge and understanding of procurement processes.
  • ability to use interviews to extract information required and to turn this into bid-winning written responses
  • excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to build and maintain strong collaborative internal relationships at all levels across the practice and external working relationships with collaborators and clients.
  • strong organisational skills and ability to calmly manage a busy workload and deliver to tight and strict deadlines.
  • good Microsoft Office skills (e.g. Outlook, Excel, Word), Microsoft Project.
  • previous knowledge and experience of the design or construction sector.

Heyne Tillett Steel is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce. 

 

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Graduate Structural / Civil Engineers

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Requirements: 

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:

  • Maths, English and Science A-Levels (minimum B grades)
  • Excellent written and visual communucation skills 
  • A keen interest in engineering and design 

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 recruitment@hts.uk.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.

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Technical Research Engineer

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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:

  • Assisting on HTS+ and BP projects, to involve both existing HTS+ / BP projects within the office, working alongside the other engineers who are part of these projects and supporting them on these, and on some of the new HTS+ / BP projects that may be proposed.
  • Where relevant assisting and working with industry or academia partners to further our research and knowledge
  • Where relevant assisting with writing articles or papers on research projects you have been involved with at HTS
  • Reporting to the technical director as part of the technical team and providing support with ongoing technical management and development for the office, such as approach notes, calculation templates, and technical queries.    

No agencies please.

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 example 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’s research.

 

The scope of the role will include:

 

·       Assisting on HTS+ and BP projects, to involve both existing HTS+ / BP projects within the office, working alongside the other engineers who are part of these projects and supporting them on these,  and on some of the new HTS+ / BP projects that may be proposed.

·       Where relevant assisting and working with industry or academia partners to further our research and knowledge

·       Where relevant assisting with writing articles or papers on research projects you have been involved with at HTS

·       Reporting to the technical director as part of the technical team and providing support with ongoing technical management and development for the office, such as approach notes, calculation templates, and technical queries.    

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