Looking for a new role in structural engineering?
Now is the time to look at AtkinsRéalis. Find out what makes our careers different. Our structural engineers make a big difference across all areas of our business.
They play a lead role in a range of projects as we take on some of the biggest engineering challenges of our time. Join us and you’ll help deliver projects from concept to design to construction. You’ll put your structural engineering qualifications and experience to the test.
At AtkinsRéalis, our structural engineers enrich lives across a variety of sectors from aviation, defence and civil infrastructure to energy, education and rail. Delivering unique solutions to complex problems, we push the limits of innovation and help to deliver a sustainable future. We have a diverse team of technical specialists who lead the way in their fields. So, we can exceed our clients’ expectations and solve their challenges.
We believe we have a responsibility to help move the world forward, one step at a time. And we have the breadth and depth of expertise, as well as the intellect, drive and power to transform potential into reality. This is our time to make a difference.
We’re growing fast. We’re winning new business. And we’re delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges from the Dubai Marina Tower to the Barra do Kwanza resort. We also support and learn from each other. You’ll work alongside a diverse team of engineers, architects, designers and surveyors, as you enjoy excellent rewards, flexible working options and good development opportunities.
We empower our people, whether that’s supporting flexible working arrangements, or encouraging progression towards chartered status.
The variety here is incredible as we work on projects of all shapes and sizes. We design structures using a range of techniques. We carry out feasibility studies. We assess oilrigs. And we design, deliver and ensure the structural integrity of everything from skyscrapers, schools and nuclear power stations to road bridges, aeroplanes and wind turbines.