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Working as a civil or structural engineer

Working as a civil or structural engineer is highly rewarding. Structural engineers are creative, problem solvers, using maths and science to design various structures.

Structural engineers will design a range of structures to withstand stress and pressure imposed through environmental conditions and general human use. Structural engineers will ensure buildings and other developments withstand these pressures and remain both stable and secure throughout their use.  

General starting salaries for entry level candidates will range from between £22,000 to 28,000 with more experienced civil and structural engineers earning between £27,000 – 35,000. For senior level structural engineers it is possible to earn in excess of £70,000. Chartered status is generally required to reach the higher level of earnings within this field of engineering.

Further training as a structural engineer

When graduating as a structural engineer you will begin working towards the professional qualifications of Associate Member and Chartered Member with the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE). You are required to have degree that is accredited by the IStructE to become an Associate Member (AMIStructE). Accredited courses are available from visiting the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM). There are other alternative courses available but ensure they are all accredits and contact the IStructE for full course details.

To continue professional development and work towards becoming a chartered member (MIStructE) with the IstructE you will need to obtain an accredited Masters qualification or something similar. Again the Joint Board of Moderators website will provide a relevant list of all courses available. After completing this course and achieving professional status with IStructE you can then choose to register with the Engineering Council and becoming either an Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

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