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Structural Engineer

Employer
Health & Safety Executive
Location
Nationwide
Closing date
22 Sep 2023

Job Details

The Health and Safety Executive is Britain’s national regulator for workplace health and safety. We’re dedicated to protecting people and places, ensuring everyone can lead safer and healthier lives at work.

We are now looking for a Structural Engineer to join us on a full-time, permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £55,251 - £60,818 per annum
- 25 days’ annual leave, plus bank holidays and Civil Service privilege leave
- Civil Service pension with an average employer contribution of 27.9%
- Flexible working options
- Family friendly policies and working hours
- Competitive parental leave benefits
- Learning and development tailored to your role
- Excess Fares Allowance

This is an excellent opportunity for a qualified structural safety professional with strong analytical skills to join our vital organisation.

Joining our exciting new project, you will have the opportunity to shape a new culture of building safety, protecting future generations for years to come and developing high-rise buildings that protect their occupants.

We can offer you a range of development opportunities, including career pathways and learning and development programmes designed to support and nurture your professional growth.

The Role

As a Structural Engineer, you will work on the development of technical structural policies relating to Building Regulations and building standards for our new Building Safety Regulator (BSR).

With a focus on structural safety, you will work as part of a team developing Approved Documents for Building Regulations, ensuring these documents are regularly reviewed to improve statutory guidance.

You will build relationships with other government departments as well as with industry sectors to ensure the policy is effectively communicated and considers current practices.

Additionally, you will:

- Commission and oversee technical research projects
- Represent BSR at national and international standardisation
- Work with technical groups and Advisory Committees

About You

To be considered as a Structural Engineer, you will need:

- Membership to an appropriate professional association such as the Institution of Structural Engineers, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors or Royal Institute of British Architects or equivalent experience
- Experience of building and maintaining strong working relationships
- The ability to make sound decisions based on evidence
- The ability to present complex information clearly to non-technical audiences
- Excellent communication and negotiation skills
- Strong analytical skills
- A relevant university qualification or equivalent

Experience in policy development and implementation would be advantageous, as would experience of programme and project management in a policy context.

An understanding of the implications of science and technology for policy implementation would be beneficial, as would an understanding of statutory guidance, industry codes of practice and building design.

The closing date for this role is Friday 22nd September 2023.

Other organisations may call this role Structural Policy Officer, Building Regulation Officer, Civil Project Engineer, Structural Project Engineer, Project Engineer, Civil Engineer, Construction Engineer, or Construction Project Engineer.

Webrecruit and the Health and Safety Executive are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you’re looking for a brilliant new opportunity as a Structural Engineer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

 

Company

Regardless of your role, being part of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) gives you a real opportunity to help Great Britain work well. We protect lives and livelihoods and also help employers innovate, be productive and grow. Our people do some of the most important work in the Civil Service, supporting the government.

As the national occupational health and safety regulator, we offer a range of rewarding career opportunities. We employ scientists, engineers, health experts, and IT and digital professionals as well as inspectors and many other roles. We invest in our people because together we can help more people come home safe and well from their jobs.

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