Senior Structural Engineer

As a result of PlM's continuing success and strong pipeline of work, we are looking for a new Senior Structural Engineer to join our growing team.

PIM’s business vision is to develop and mentor our engineering talent to further strengthen our position as industry leading consultants. Working on a variety of projects in both Oil & Gas and Renewables in the UK and overseas with a commitment to career development and potential for hybrid working, this role offers an excellent opportunity for the right candidate.

Required Qualifications and Experience

  • Degree in Engineering, preferably Civil, Structural or Mechanical
  • Demonstrable experience leading the execution and delivery of consultancy services
  • Sound understanding of engineering principles and application of relevant industry codes (ISO, BS, AISC etc.)
  • Knowledge of regulations applicable to the UKCS
  • 5-10 Years’ industry experience
  • Actively working towards or attained Chartered Engineer status with a recognised Engineering Institute
  • Offshore experience would be considered an advantage for this role

Desired Personal Skills / Qualities

  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and positive approach to work
  • Effective at leading scopes and overseeing delivery in-line with client expectations
  • Capable of working across multiple fronts and respond to emergent challenges
  • Confident & effective communicator, able to build relationships & engage with technical and non-technical stakeholders
  • Co-operative and supportive attitude to colleagues and clients
  • Able to interpret and understand engineering problems and apply pragmatic guidance and solutions
  • Candidates must be eligible to work within the UK

Role Responsibilities

  • Key contributor to the development and delivery of Structural Integrity Management Programmes
  • Maintain key Integrity Management documentation and digital tools
  • Manage the preparation, delivery and evaluation of inspection activities
  • Lead the engineering assessment of structural components and anomalies
  • Complete manual hand calculations in accordance with industry codes
  • Take ownership of business development activities, including developing proposals, seeking opportunities in the industry and managing key clients
  • Prepare and deliver work in line with company and client procedures and processes
  • Actively contribute to the continuous improvement of systems and development of innovative solutions in response to industry challenges
  • Ability to manage and understand activity budget and planning processes.
  • Engage with the client and effectively communicate risk
  • Interface and collaborate with colleagues across multiple disciplines
  • Ability to travel to meet the client’s needs, including willingness to work offshore if required
  • Contribute to the development of junior engineers, sharing experience and setting a good example


  • Competitive Salary and Pension contribution
  • Discretionary Annual Bonus
  • Hybrid working
  • 32 days’ annual leave, including public holidays
  • Support towards chartership with a recognised institution
  • Child Care Voucher, Cycle to Work and Electric Car Lease Schemes
  • Social committee with regular employee events throughout the year

Applications for this vacancy have now closed.