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About the Opportunity
We are seeking an undergraduate Civil/Structural/Coastal Engineer/Coastal Scientist to join our growing Maritime business. This part of our business specialises in the development of maritime projects which includes ports and coastal planning and engineering. Types of projects include infrastructure planning and design for maritime structures, such ports, harbours, coastal defences and tidal barriers, as well as coastal strategies, optioneering and feasibility studies of beach nourishment schemes, blue carbon schemes as well as inspection and monitoring of assets/defences and coastal processes studies.
We are an international leader in the engineering, planning, design and construction management of maritime structures, ports, harbours and coastal schemes. We have over 500 specialist maritime engineers, scientists and modellers with world class skill and experience in marine design and specification.
We specialise in all types of marine facilities from coastal defences, container terminals, bulk terminals and petrochemical facilities to shipyards and naval bases and continue to be at the forefront of innovation by developing the infrastructure required for the safe, efficient, sustainable and cost-effective operation of today’s facilities.
Therefore, if you would like to be part of a world class international consultancy and want to learn from the very best in the industry please get in touch!
Primary Job Responsibilities:
As a Maritime Intern you will:
Work within one of our dynamic and innovative teams to assist industry experts in order to deliver safe and robust technical solutions
Work on both domestic (UK based) and international projects for a large range of clients who own, operate or construct port & harbour facilities, waterfront development and / or coastal defences / frontages
Communicate and liaise effectively with colleagues of all levels both in the UK and overseas
Assist in the development of design solutions of maritime structures, such as breakwaters, shore protection works, jetties, quay walls, shipyards etc
Carry out analysis and assessments both by hand and using the latest computer software packages available in the industry
Assist with site based inspections/surveys and design co-ordination services for works being constructed
Contribute to the production of client deliverables such as design reports, calculation packages and construction drawings.
Assist with the preparation of contract documents, bills of quantities and specifications
Assist Project Managers and Project Controllers to plan, manage and deliver projects using the latest BIM and other collaboration software and protocols
Work closely with peers and mentors to achieve a head start in working towards Chartered status.
Here's What You'll Need:
You will be in your second year of working towards an accredited minimum level 2:1 BSc/BEng/MEng degree in a relevant discipline, such as Coastal, Civil or Structural Engineering (or Geography, Environmental Science, GIS etc.)
An interest in Maritime engineering
The drive and motivation to become a Chartered Engineer or Scientist
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to produce well-presented reports
Good IT skills (including Microsoft Office) and aptitude to learning new analysis programmes
Relevant work experience
Student membership with a professional institution (Institution of Civil Engineers, Institution of Structural Engineers, Chartered Institute of
Water Engineering Management etc)
Some ability in the use of Computer Aided Design
Some ability in the use of Structural Analysis software
Some ability in the use of Geographic Information Systems
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