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Design Engineering Manager

Salary Competitive
Location Bridlington
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This is a Permanent, Full Time vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.

Are you a Chartered Engineer looking for the next step in your career? Do you want to work for the UK’s market leading structural steel company?

DAM Structures is part of the Severfield group, Severfield is the market leader in structural steel, recognised for its iconic structures and engineering excellence. Involved in the UK’s highest profile building projects, we have the design and engineering capabilities to deliver the UK’s largest, most complex projects.

Acting on behalf of our clients, our project portfolio includes varied sports stadia, innovative bridges, national infrastructure, as well as shaping city skylines across the UK and further afield. 

We are looking for a Design Engineering Manager to lead, guide and manage a multi-disciplined design team to complete all technical and design related tasks to enable successful project delivery within programme time constraints.

You will be working with your internal team as well as Liaising with clients building a relationship for the duration of design and build phase of the contract, managing the sub-let design process and working with the pre-construction team, giving technical guidance, and working with our contracts team and other department to give technical advice where needed.

You will also be involved in design works as and when required and take on the role of Designated Individual (DI) for any temporary works and provide support to on site teams as Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC)

To be successful in this role you’ll need to have a background in a structural design office alongside with a minimum of MEmg and IStructE.  Autosek or Tekla software is also essential for this role so you can support the internal team, as well as being a strong Leader and communicator that can manage and develop their team.

This role will be based at our DAM Structures site outside of Bridlington, North Yorkshire, and the ability to travel to client sites is essential.

In return Severfield offers a competitive salary and benefits package, this includes 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, free on-site parking, access to our employee assistance programme and reward gateway which gives you discounts at top retailers. Working for the UKs Market Leading Structural Steel Company, you will have access to all the company benefits.

Progression within Severfield is considered to be an important part of employee career growth and opportunities as they arise are made available to all to apply.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets to join us.  We are keen to hear from all applicants regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, religion or faith.

 

Severfield Group is the market leader in structural steel, recognised for its iconic structures and engineering excellence. Involved in the UK’s highest-profile building projects, we have the design and engineering capabilities to deliver the largest, most complex projects.

Today, with multiple sites in the UK and our India factory, we have an annual capacity to produce around 300,000 tonnes of fabricated steelwork.

Acting on behalf of our clients, our project portfolio includes varied sports stadia, innovative bridges, national infrastructure, as well as shaping city skylines across
the UK and further afield.

Severfield Group acquired Harry Peers Steelwork in 2019 and DAM Structures in 2021.  

Peers specialise in the Project Management, Design, Fabrication, and Erection of Structural Steelwork Contracts within the Petrochemical, Process, Pharmaceutical, and Nuclear Industries.

DAM Structures Limited is a Yorkshire-based innovative steel fabrication company offering a comprehensive design, manufacture, and erection service for the construction industry.

Looking after our employees means both their physical and mental wellbeing.
We’re proud to offer a range of benefits including:

Cycle to work scheme

SAYE

Save as you earn scheme

Employee assistance programme

Counselling & support

Employee benefit scheme

Reward Gateway

25 days holiday (Role specific)

Plus bank holidays

Minimum 5% employer pension contribution

Free onsite parking
(Role specific)

We offer three development pathways to support you, no matter what role you take, or which stage of your career you’re at:

Our Early Careers offering covers those seeking to join as an apprentice and those just starting out, or at the beginning stages of their career. You can find out more about how we welcome and develop apprentices on our dedicated page.

We’ve created an initiative geared towards helping develop those people just starting their careers. Run by a small committee, the programme follows a roadmap of carefully identified opportunities such as networking and development tools which are rolled out bi-monthly. This scheme is about ensuring our Early Careers employees have access to the best support and can build on their skills to reach their potential.

Our Future Leaders programme is designed to identify those working in varied roles across our business with the potential to succeed at senior level. It is a six-month programme based on developing leadership skills, behaviours and commercial understanding. Participants experience 15 days of development across three modules and this culminates in a business improvement project. The scheme is designed to enhance the skills of those who take it, as well as push them beyond the roles and responsibilities of their day-to-day activities.

This is an essential part of how we look after our people here at Severfield. Providing opportunities to learn and develop the skills our employees have is crucial to ensuring we deliver the best possible projects. Our Professional Development offering is about identifying strengths and building on them in a way that suits the needs of the individual and their role. Sometimes this means helping people in roles like finance and engineering keep up to date with industry changes and trends, or, it can mean supporting someone with the accreditation or qualification they need to move to a new department.

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