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Job description


Graduate Structural Engineering

Job Details

  • Locations:
    Glasgow, Sheffield
  • Job Type:
  • Closing Date:
    16 February 2023
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Interested In This Role?

For this opportunity, we welcome applications from individuals that are eligible to apply for or currently hold a Graduate visa. An offer of employment will be conditional upon your Graduate visa application being approved. Please note, further sponsorship on a Skilled Worker visa will be subject to business needs and performance. If you are successful in being appointed, this will be reviewed periodically throughout your employment. 

Arup has a reputation for engineering excellence built on some of the most important structures of the last 70 years.  It has maintained this reputation by attracting, training and developing the most promising and perceptive structural engineering graduates. Those people are now designing some of the most important structures of the next 70 years. They form a network of engineers that are connected across the world, sharing projects and resources, delivering global expertise with local knowledge.  

Our projects range in scale from the inception of major infrastructure down to small alterations to someone's home.  Some are pure art; others exist only to be functional. They are all rooted in our core desire to shape a better world and to do work that is interesting and rewarding. One of our teams is helping finish Gaudi's astonishing church of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, another is fixing significant problems that threaten a hospital. One team is reimagining the use of an existing commercial building, another is designing the stations for a new railway line.   

Typical day to day tasks may include Carrying out structural calculations, analysis and modelling, Finding structural engineering solutions.  Choosing structures and details that are economical and practical, that minimise embodied carbon and achieve the project sustainable development goals, communication through drawings, sketches, digital modelling, calculation documents, building information modelling, meetings, explanations, presentations, discussions, persuasions, emails, written reports, chats and electronic messages. 


What are we looking for?  

For this opportunity, we are seeking the following qualifications, skills and attributes:  

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil, Structural, General or Architectural Engineering, or Engineering Science, at 2.1 or above 
  • Studying, or have studied, an ICE or IStructE accredited course  
  • A passion for structural engineering    


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