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Chartered Civil/Structural Asset Engineer

Job Description

As part of our Civils Asset Management account, you will be involved in working with new and pre-existing infrastructure (including tunnels, bridges, retaining walls, culverts, piers and jetties etc.) to evaluate its condition and performance and apply engineering knowledge to the data gained to help develop strategies, plans and processes for managing risk and optimising asset value. You will have the opportunity to work with major physical asset owners, primarily in the UK road and rail sectors but also in water and energy. Using your technical and problem-solving abilities, you will be responsible for the creation and management of projects while establishing professional inter-personal relationships with internal and external clients.
Your responsibilities will include:
  • Plan and carry out inspections and investigations, evaluate existing assets to assess their structural condition, capacity and current and future performance
  • Develop strategies for extending asset life, improving reliability and minimising whole-life-cost through risk management, monitoring, protection and repair
  • Work with others to develop deterioration models and decision support tools that provide a framework for consistent, evidence-based management decisions
  • Research, develop and apply new techniques and technologies for obtaining and analysing asset data
  • Understand, support and influence clients, prepare and review reports, give presentations and author guidance for publication.

Candidate Specification

The role would suit someone who wants to apply and develop their existing civil/structural engineering skills to help asset owners make decisions about how they should manage a wide range of structure types. You have experience managing projects with commercial awareness and are able to interpret complex technical information and present to a variety of audiences through reports and presentations (both in person and virtually).
You will also be able to demonstrate the following:
  • A degree or post-graduate degree (2.1 + or equivalent) in Civil Engineering
  • Chartered with a relevant professional institution (ICE, IStructE or similar)
  • Experience in the inspection, investigation, monitoring and assessment of civil engineering structures, an understanding of how they perform, deteriorate and fail and how they can be protected, maintained and repaired
  • An interest in getting out on site to see a range of structures in different environments. Therefore, you will need to have a full UK driving licence and can travel with occasional night-time and/or weekend working
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to engage and build professional relationships with clients, peers and other organisations
Personally, you have good problem-solving attributes and you enjoy learning new things (expanding your existing knowledge and applying this in new areas) and taking on new responsibilities. You have an interest in the use of emerging technologies for asset data collection and analysis and are flexible with the vision to provide high quality outcomes for our various clients. Additionally, you have a high standard of written and verbal communication with the ability to write technical reports and proposals as well as give presentations to various audiences.
Although not essential, any experience or interest in developing asset management plans and strategies for individual assets or groups of assets will be beneficial as would experience in applied research, development and the use of technology to gather and analyse data. Additionally, it would be beneficial if you have worked with asset data to create models and practical tools for asset management and decision-making processes.

Job Profile

Mott MacDonald’s Special Services team is currently recruiting for a Civil/Structural Asset Engineer to join the Civils Asset Management (CAM) account in Croydon. We help major UK infrastructure owners such as Network Rail and Highways England to optimise the value of their civil engineering assets, helping them to achieve their organisational goals. Our projects are highly varied, for example we are currently:
  • Working with the National Physical Laboratory to develop an automated asset inspection system based on ‘computer vision’ and automated defect recognition algorithms;
  • Writing a best practice guidance publication on the use of non-destructive testing (NDT) technologies for investigating civil engineering structures;
  • Carrying out intrusive investigations to characterise historic brickwork in support of the redevelopment of one of London’s oldest railway stations;
  • Investigating the condition of ageing culverts and jetties and developing options for extending their service life;
  • Developing data-driven risk assessment and asset management processes for structures and geotechnical assets on the UK rail network;
  • Using various techniques to carry out inspections and investigations of old railway tunnels to locate and assess the risk from ‘hidden shafts’.
This is an opportunity to be part of a team with truly cross-disciplinary, cross-sector expertise and approach that includes specialists in a diverse range of disciplines including civil and structural engineering, materials technology, geotechnical engineering, data management and analytics.


Equality, diversity and inclusion
Equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are at the heart of our organisation. We promote equal opportunities and have several initiatives to create an inclusive workplace culture; Our dedicated inclusive recruitment page provides more information on our efforts and recognitions.

If you have a disability and would prefer to apply in a different format or would like us to make reasonable adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview, please contact us at reasonable.adjustments@mottmac.com and we will talk to you about how we can assist.

Flexible working
At Mott MacDonald, we support our staff to create work-life balance which works for them and welcome candidates looking for career flexibility. We are open to discussing flexible working at interview stage.

Benefits
We can offer:
  • Pension matched up to 7%
  • Competitive annual leave and the option to purchase additional annual leave
  • An annual professional institution subscription
  • Life insurance
  • Enhanced parental leave
  • Annual company performance bonus scheme – Subject to company performance
  • Flexible benefits scheme to suit you, including cycle to work & Interest free season ticket loans etc.
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