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We are recruiting…

We are recruiting…

Graduate Structural Engineer – BDI Structural Solutions


BDI are an award winning structural engineering consultancy based in Sale, Greater Manchester. Due to increased work load and company expansion we are looking for a motivated Graduate Structural Engineer to join our friendly team. The ideal candidate will be a recent Civil and Structural Engineering graduate with a minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience. An interest in working with existing buildings is essential, with the aspiration to quickly develop into a Project Engineer Role.

Main duties include:

  • Reporting to the Managing Director and Senior Engineer.
  • General Structural Design predominantly in steel, concrete, timber and masonry.
  • Design team meetings, site inspection and developing role in project delivery.
  • An element of CAD draughting will form part of the role but would not exceed 20% of your time.

Education/ Knowledge:

  • MSc or MEng (Hons) in Civil and Structural Engineering
  • At least 1 years’ experience in the field (2 years desirable)
  • Excellent knowledge of traditional and non-traditional construction
  • Proficient in IT systems
  • Good general structural design experience.

Key attributes/ skills:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to handle own workload
  • Confident ‘can do’ attitude
  • Passionate about new technologies and progressive change
  • Car owner and UK driving licence.

Systems capability:

  • All aspects of Microsoft Office
  • Industry standard structural design software.
  • AutoCAD and Revit


  • Company bonus scheme
  • Private health care
  • Child care voucher scheme
  • Fantastic team environment.
  • Full support in working towards and achieving qualified status at IEng/Ceng with IStructE ICE

Hours/ Location: Full-time, 37.5 hours. Office located in Sale, Cheshire; close to tram service which runs frequently to Altrincham, Bury & Piccadilly

Please apply by sending your CV to
We look forward to hearing from you.


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