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Senior Civil Engineer - Segen
Submitted: 18 September 2007
Segen is the UK’s leading micro-wind and micro-hydropower consulting and contracting company. Due to continued expansion we are pleased to be able to offer the following position:
Senior Civil Engineer
This is a permanent full-time position, based in Stroud, Gloucestershire (Includes significant UK travel), £28-35k pa depending on experience.
Reporting to Technical Director

The Role
•Carries operational responsibility for civil engineering aspects of wind turbine and micro-hydro installations, including commissioning and sign-off
•Selects and manages subcontractors to deliver civil engineering projects on time and on budget
•Provides technical input to feasibility studies for new installation proposals
•Deals directly with relevant authorities regarding planning and approval aspects of installation projects
•Guides and mentors junior engineering staff to develop their skills and experience

The Person
•Minimum 5 years of experience in a position of substantial technical responsibility
•Qualified to degree level in civil engineering, preferably a member of a recognised institution (for example ICE)
•An interest and/or experience in renewable energy systems, particularly wind and hydro
•Experience of site work / installation work an advantage
•Experience of foundation design and groundworks, including in a river environment an advantage
•Mature and self-motivating; able to operate and lead others with minimal supervision
•Proven record of delivering technical projects on time and on budget
•Flexible, practical and pragmatic approach to problem solving
•Good communication and team interaction skills
•Computer literate (experience of AutoCAD an advantage)
•Full driving licence + car

Please apply by visiting the Seagen website - link below

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