|Client||GIBB Engineering & Architecture|
|Location||Woodmead, Gauteng, South Africa|
GIBB’s Transport Services Sector provides a comprehensive range of services that include traditional consulting services (design, procurement and contract supervision), Public Private Partnership (PPP) solutions and asset management services. This includes high capacity freeways, interchanges and bridges, airport pavements, rural roads (including low volume and haul roads) and municipal infrastructure. The team is supported by transportation and traffic engineers, geotechnical and material engineers and other specialists.
This Sector is looking for another talented professional to complement their team, in the form of a Bridge Engineer. We welcome your application if you believe you meet the requirements for this position.
About this role
You will be required to design bridges and similar related civil structures as part of the Roads and Highways team
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
• Bridge and Civil Works Structural Engineering Design, including bridge hydrology and hydraulics
• Manage the design process of projects
• Report writing as required
• Contract administration, including the preparation of contract documentation, specifications and bill of quantities
• Checking of drawings and schedules
This role will also manage the Bridge sector within the company
Desired skills and experience
If these are only some of your best professional traits, then this could be the next step you take in your career:
•BSc Engineering / B Engineering / B Tech in Civil Engineering
•Registered ESCA as a Professional Engineer
•Minimum 10 - 15 years post graduate experience
•Experience in Finite Element Design Software (PROKON, STRAP, etc.)
We look forward to receiving your application.
Depending on South African permanent residency status, the position can be offered on permanent or contract basis.
Agency CVs submitted during the first two weeks of this advertising period will not attract any fee obligation by GIBB.
|Job Closing Date||30/04/2017|