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Mott MacDonald Bentley - MMB

Civil Design Engineer (68267BR)

Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) are looking for Civil Design Engineers to deliver a wide range of water and wastewater treatment projects on the Yorkshire Water Framework. We have an ever-growing order book and are looking to add new talent to our multidisciplinary team.
Location Yorkshire | Leeds Discipline Civil Engineering
Contract type Permanent Job reference 68267BR
Work pattern Full-time Recruiter Lauren Hutchinson
Sector Water | Wastewater Interested? APPLY HERE

Do you want to:

  1. Be part of a unique and dynamic Design-and-Construct environment?
  2. Work in a multi-disciplinary project team enabling you to develop professionally and personally?
  3. Have access to a well-established community of senior leaders and mentors who can support clear routes for career progression, including working towards professional accreditation?
  4. Have the flexibility of working from home, office and site?
As a member of Mott MacDonald, you will be able to draw on the experience and support of a prestigious corporate employer with over 16,000 staff world-wide.

Candidate Specification

We require:
  • Degree in Civil Engineering (or directly related subject)
  • Working towards IEng / CEng with a relevant Engineering Institution
  • UK water and/or wastewater treatment / non-infrastructure experience (preferable)

What we can offer

At Mott MacDonald Bentley you will be offered a competitive salary which is commensurate based on your experience. Our core benefits include:
  • Agile working policy
  • Competitive annual leave and the option to purchase additional annual leave
  • Pension matched up to 7%
  • Life assurance
  • Enhanced parental leave
  • Annual professional institution subscription costs
  • Flexible benefits to suit you, including cycle to work scheme and interest free season ticket loans
We understand not everyone will meet all the requirements, so if you are excited about the role please get in touch anyway; potential and transferrable skills can be just as important. Your attitude and motivation are as important as your technical skills!