Civil Engineering Internship - Durham, United Kingdom

  • Civil Engineering
  • Durham, United Kingdom
  • July 2, 2023 01:26
  • 500€ - 900€
  • Internship
  • Deactivated

Job Description

  • Date Posted:

    Jul 02, 2023
  • Expiration date:

    Jan 02, 2024
  • Location:

    Durham, United Kingdom
  • Hours:

    20h / week
  • Salary:

    500€ - 900€

Job Description

Civil Engineering Internship in Durham, United Kingdom

A well-known and respected company is looking for a civil engineering intern to join its team in Durham, United Kingdom. The successful candidate will play a vital role in the company’s projects and operations, working closely with the team on a variety of tasks.

Job Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of the civil engineering intern will be to support the team with the engineering design and construction of a variety of projects, including roads, bridges, buildings, and other structures. This will involve creating plans, analysis, and reports, as well as providing assistance with the development and implementation of project strategies.The intern will also participate in research, attend meetings, and provide input on the development of civil engineering strategies and policies. This position will require frequent interaction with stakeholders, clients, and other external parties, as required.


The successful candidate will possess a degree in civil engineering, along with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. A good understanding of the construction industry and the materials and processes involved is essential. The candidate must also be able to work closely with a team, as well as independently when required. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to manage time effectively, are essential for this role. Demonstrated leadership qualities and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment are also essential.

About Durham, United Kingdom

Durham, United Kingdom is an ancient city located in the North East of England. Known as the ‘City of the Princes’, the city is home to the World Heritage Site of Durham Cathedral, where Prince William and Duchess Catherine of Cambridge were married in 2011. The city offers a wealth of culture and history, as well as a thriving business sector which hosts a range of employers. This includes both global organisations and smaller local businesses. With its close proximity to both Newcastle and Sunderland, it is a popular choice for people looking to live and work in the region.