Prepare reports, designs, and drawings.
Make calculations about pressures, loads, and stresses.
Consider the strength of construction materials and select appropriately.
Provide technical advice on safe designs and construction.
Obtain planning and/or building regulations approval.
Analyze configurations of the basic components of a structure.
Liaise with professional staff such as architects and engineers.
Monitor and inspect all work undertaken by contractors to ensure structural soundness.
Administer contracts and manage projects.
Inspect properties to evaluate the conditions and foundations.
Use computer-aided design technology for simulation purposes.
Roles and Responsibilities
Degree in civil or structural engineering (essential).
4-6 years of work experience as a structural engineer (essential).
Professionally registered with the Institute of structural engineers.
Expert experience in project management.
Advanced knowledge of construction methods, materials, and legal regulations.
Sound understanding of physics and mathematics.
Ability to liaise with professionals from other disciplines.
Three-dimensional conceptual skills.
Analytical thinker with strong problem-solving skills.
Meticulous attention to detail with superb organizational skills.
Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Excellent communication and IT skills.
B.tech or M.tech