Job opportunity closing soon: seeking graduate structural engineer
Robert Bird Group is now seeking final year Honours and Masters students for Graduate Structural Engineering roles commencing in January 2021.
Established in 1982, Robert Bird Group is a global consulting engineering firm with over 700 staff across ten offices. A member of the Surbana Jurong Group, we are committed to delivering each client’s vision through the relentless pursuit of engineering excellence across all projects.
We offer consulting engineering services across five disciplines, drawing upon our international expertise in Structural engineering, Civil engineering, Construction engineering, Geotechnical engineering (UK & Middle East), and Virtual Design & Construction. These services are offered both as stand-alone disciplines, or packaged to suit any client’s individual needs for projects of all types and sizes, across most building and infrastructure sectors.
Our graduates are encouraged to embrace diversity, work collaboratively and contribute to change. You’ll be surrounded by global experts and you will be supported to develop and grow by:
- Building your technical skills through on the job learning
- Working with some of our most talented industry leaders
- Developing your career through experiences and opportunities
- Building a global network of people with diverse skills and experience
- Receiving on-the-job mentoring and coaching from industry leaders
The cornerstone of our mission is the engagement, collaboration and continuous development of our people. Robert Bird Group continually seeks highly motivated and skilled individuals to join our global team. When you work with us, you will contribute to global projects and work with industry specialists. You will advance and augment your skills, innovate, and build your career. Robert Bird Group is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome enthusiastic, skilled individuals who want to work in, and contribute to, a professional and respectful work environment.
Applications close Sunday 27 September.