Build a Career With PorthouseDean
Pursue a structural engineering career today and create solutions for a variety of complicated yet satisfying problems every single day. Impact the world around you and break the mould.
PorthouseDean is built around a few core principles. These values are in place for the betterment of our clients, our work, and our team.
Leave an Impact
A structural engineering career allows you to forge an exciting role for yourself, on your terms. Constantly come up with new and exciting ways to help turn ideas into a reality.
Shift The Status-Quo
At PorthouseDean, we see every day as an opportunity to innovate. By keeping a keen eye on our output and considering what we can do differently and how we can improve, we’re able to push the boundaries.
Graduate Structural Engineer Jobs
We run a graduate scheme designed to draw in and attract the best candidates possible so no matter what your background, if you want to get involved with an innovative and growing company, get in touch. Our graduate structural engineer schemes come with competitive benefits, as well as a comprehensive development plan designed to guide and support your growth to becoming a Chartered Engineer.
If you possess (or are expecting) at least a 2:1 in Civil/Structural Engineering, this opportunity is perfect for you. Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining what motivates you to pursue an engineering career to our email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line ‘Graduate Engineer’. Candidates will be invited for an interview and practical exercise.
Opportunities for Experienced Engineers
At PorthouseDean our mission is to build a team that’s truly ‘best in class’ for every metric possible. If you’re a chartered or experienced engineer who believes that they can bring something quality, new, or exciting to the table, we want to hear from you. Let’s work together towards a brighter future.
If you’re sick of towing the line and doing things certain ways just because that’s how they’re done, you’re in the right place. PorthouseDean aspires to help bring change to the industry by offering a consistent and high-quality service, done the right way — our way. If you’re interested in joining our team, please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com with the subject line ‘experienced engineer’.
As a growing and ambitious business, we are always keen to meet and talk with energetic and talented professionals, even ones who may not initially appear to have a clear role carved out.
Does this sound like you? If you appreciate what we’re doing and would like an opportunity to join us on our journey, but don’t see any roles above that suit the contribution that you feel you can bring, please don’t hesitate to get in touch — there is always opportunity at PorthouseDean for talented and creative thinkers to carve a role for themselves.
PorthouseDean Success Stories
Meet a few members of our team and find out more about what it’s like to work at PorthouseDean and what a structural engineering career can do for you.
Upon completing an Undergraduate Degree (Civil Engineering) and a Postgraduate Degree (Structural Engineering) in India and Manchester respectively, Akhil joined us as a Graduate Engineer in 2014.
“PorthouseDean has helped me improve both professionally and personally since I joined back in 2014. I’m constantly working on challenging and interesting projects. I’ve gained exposure in setting up the company’s Quality Assurance procedure which helped us get our ISO Certification. PorthouseDean is the first company I’ve worked at since graduating and I’m very impressed with the quality systems the team have put in place, which ensures everything is well organised and traceable.
As a company which keeps growing, we’re often working to very tight deadlines but this never phases the Senior Engineers who are always on hand to give me guidance and advice. As a Graduate Engineer the exposure to a wide variety of projects and mentorship from my senior engineer is helping me grow as an Engineer and to work towards my Chartership.”