BEAR Scotland inspect, manage and maintain over 2500km of Scotland’s trunk road network including 1400 trunk road structures in the North West of Scotland for our client, Transport Scotland. We have recently been successful in retaining this contract until at least 2030.
As part of our new Network Maintenance Contract we have an ambitious programme of bridge maintenance work to deliver including the strengthening or replacement of numerous sub-standard structures. We also have large scale upgrade works planned for the major structures on the network which include Kessock Bridge in Inverness and Connel Bridge near Oban. Our current annual budget for bridge works is over 20 million pounds.
To help deliver this exciting programme of work we are looking for Technicians and Engineers at all levels to join our existing team who are split between offices in Perth and Inverness. Positions are available for Graduate Engineers straight out of university, Bridge Engineers who have experience but are yet to be professionally qualified, Senior Engineers who are already Incorporated or Chartered and Principal Engineers with extensive post-chartered experience.
Engineers at all levels will be involved in managing or carrying out the investigation, design, procurement and construction of a wide variety of bridge maintenance schemes. The bridge stock in the NW of Scotland is very diverse, including many unusual and historic structures set in some of the most scenic areas of the country. We like to ensure our Engineers are able to take ownership and progress projects at every stage from initial inception through to final completion.
Candidates for more senior roles should have experience of civil engineering design and construction as well as a knowledge of health and safety, environmental and commercial aspects of schemes. They will also have management responsibilities for mentoring the team.
We are looking for self-motivated, enthusiastic individuals who are interested in progressing their careers by helping manage the delivery of a diverse programme of work. The successful candidates will have good team working and communication skills, be flexible and hold a valid driving licence. BEAR have a hybrid working policy which allows a split between home and office working.
Responsibilities and Activities include (but are not restricted to):
Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
BEAR Scotland currently manages, maintains and improves 1962km of Scottish trunk road including over 2000 bridges and structures through some of the most scenic, but challenging, parts of the country. That means delivering £million investment on road maintenance and improvement every year.
We believe that the people who work with us are our greatest asset and, in order for us to succeed, we make sure we retain and attract a talented, innovative and dedicated team. In return, we offer:
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