Project Structural Engineer at FBW Group

Project Structural Engineer at FBW Group

Job Title:                       Project Structural Engineer

Country:                        Rwanda

Reports to:                    Country Director; Director of Engineering; senior engineer

Competency level:         Registered

 

Overview / job purpose:

Primary Duties:

  • Carry out desk top study with a view of developing site investigation scope/specifications and reviewing results of site investigation report
  • Idealization of the structure
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