Project Structural Engineer

Start date: Immediate
Office: Redhill, Surrey
Contract: Permanent

CampbellReith is looking for a Project Structural Engineer to work in our Redhill office, located in Surrey.

Reference RED-PSE-FEB-2021.


CampbellReith is a leading firm of consulting engineers providing structural, civil, geotechnical, environmental and transportation engineering design services, throughout the UK and overseas.

We have a vacancy for a Project Engineer to assist with the preparation and delivery of Structural Engineering designs in our Redhill, Surrey office. The successful candidate will work under the direction of a Senior Structural Engineer and Partner and be responsible for producing and managing information for our clients.


We seek a candidate with experience of design in all materials, to take a positive approach in delivering with the opportunity to join a small growing team and work on a wide range of interesting and varied regional and national projects. The role would suit an experienced graduate engineer with 3-4 years’ experience of UK codes and Building Regulations looking to progress their career. Full support will be provided to achieve their potential within a supportive and friendly environment.

Key Responsibilities and attributes will include.

Key skills

  • Providing detailed technical input and ensuring quality of work output on projects requiring Detailed Structural Engineering Design.
  • Experience in a range of relevant analytical software packages, 3D modelling, Masterseries software is preferable but not essential.
  • Work to Eurocodes
  • Conversant in proprietary softwares e.g masterseries, SCIA.
  • Recent experience of detailed design for a variety of Structural Projects.
  • Ability to manage time and work to deadlines.
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written English communication skills.
  • Ability to use experience from other projects.
  • Commitment to producing high quality work.
  • Commitment to continuous professional development.
  • Working towards Chartership of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

What we are looking for

We encourage our Engineers to have vision, problem-solving capabilities, ambition, enthusiasm, and drive. We recognise that people are the key to our success. We ensure that we provide them with a varied workload and encourage them to extend themselves in order to reach their full potential. The person we need should possess:

  • A questioning / challenging approach – not be afraid to ask the right question at the right time
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to make correct judgements or seek guidance when unsure
  • The ability to work and communicate effectively within multidisciplinary teams
  • A commercial and client focused approach

Minimum BEng, MEng or MSc in Civil or Structural Engineering required.

Working for CampbellReith

CampbellReith are able to offer the successful candidate a wide variety of project work, and an interesting workload, significant opportunities within a growing company, a competitive salary and high quality mentoring from experienced colleagues. Working for CampbellReith offers you the opportunity to think as an engineer, to be innovative and creative, and to develop your skills technically and commercially.


CampbellReith operates a Company Approved Training Scheme through the Institution of Civil Engineers and can provide structured training to candidates seeking Chartership. We are committed to the training and personal
development of our staff.

Social Club

We have a very active social club run by the staff for the staff which you will be invited to join. Past events have included ten-pin bowling, go-karting, treasure hunts and comedy club nights.


To apply please email quoting reference RED-PSE-FEB-2021

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CampbellReith is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, marital status, race, colour, nationality, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief.