Graduate Engineering Vacancies: Dublin, Limerick, Cork, and Galway
At PUNCH Consulting we are looking for Graduate Civil and Structural Engineers in our offices in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, and Galway. We are looking for motivated and ambitious graduates to join our team to help us deliver major projects all over the country.
PUNCH Consulting Engineers is one of Ireland’s leading and most experienced Civil & Structural engineering consultancies. Since 1973, we have grown to be one of the largest Irish-owned consultancies, with a diverse client base across an increasingly broad range of sectors of the industry. We have offices in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Galway and Scotland.
Some of our well known, award-winning projects include Thomond Park Stadium, Beacon South Quarter, St Mels Cathedral Longford, and The National Gallery of Ireland restoration.
Check out www.punchconsulting.com for more information.
An Honours degree in Civil Engineering to Level 8.
As a graduate engineer you will work with an experienced team of engineers and technicians on a broad range of civil and structural engineering projects all over the country. You will be using the latest design software and designing in a range of engineering materials in accordance with the Eurocodes. The role is office based, with regular visits to sites as required.
CPD and Further Learning Opportunities
During your period as a Graduate Engineer with the company you will receive continuous on the job training and take part in our Engineers Ireland-accredited CPD programme which will lead you to achieving Chartered Engineer status. We are supportive of our staff undertaking part-time masters courses which allows graduates to enter the workforce earlier and gain practical experience in tandem with gaining their level 9 qualifications.
A generous package will be offered to the successful candidates.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an interview. Please quote ‘Graduate Engineer Vacancy’ in the title.
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