Structural Site Engineer
LA International Computer Consultants Ltd
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Our telecoms client is recruiting for a Structural Site Engineer to join a team in Den Haag on a 6 month contract. Dutch language skills required.
* Check site specific structural design analysis submitted by subcontractors base on the latest code requirements ensuring stability of the structure, also to avoid the redundant structural design
* Review and approve proposals for towers, monopoles, antenna mounting structures, optimise the site design to simplify and reduce the cost of civil work construction prior to submission to customer for approval
* Troubleshooting for static calculation related issue.
* Customer presentation and communication.
Profile and Requirement
* Strong experience in static calculation for telecoms industry.
* Familiar with latest EU Norms and Netherland Norms in the industrial standard of the steel structure in the telecoms industry.
* An excellent understanding of towers, monopole and all antenna support structures
* Experience of ensuring quality through design and designing within Health and Safety guidelines
* Familiar with the industry static calculation tools.
* Fluent Dutch and English reading and communication
* Have the locally accredited structure engineer license will be preferred.
* Work experience with KPN or TMNL will be preferred.
LA International Computer Consultants Ltd is an HMG Approved Consultancy and operates as an IT & Engineering Consultancy or as an Employment Business & Agency, depending upon the precise nature of the work, for security cleared jobs or non-clearance vacancies, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and from people with diverse experience and backgrounds.
Award Winning LA International Computer Consultants Ltd (Recruiter Awards for Excellence - Best IT, Best Public Sector & Gold Awards) and the most prestigious award that any business can receive The Queens Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2015.