Senior Structural Engineer
Are you a flower, or are you a tree?
You regularly speak with your peers working for other companies, and their jobs sound so much better and more diverse than your own which is making you question whether you’re in the right place.
Whilst they’re given the license to make an impact but meanwhile, you feel like you’re simply co-existing within the confined space you’ve been plonked in, and that kinda sucks.
But you’re not a flower. You weren’t made to live in a pot and be watered down.
You see yourself as more of a tree, where your full potential is yet to be seen, given the roots beneath you.
You’d like to grow bigger because you know, trees leave their mark for years to come, whereas flowers? Well, they tend to stop growing or eventually, die out.
If you’re a near Chartered or recently Chartered Structural Engineer based in London (or relocating), and right now you’re feeling like a flower but you’d like to be a tree - get in touch.
I have an opportunity available with a top class growing company, led by great people & who are able to provide ample short, medium & long term growth and development opportunities to someone just like you, where you can help them just as much as they can help you – that sounds like a fair deal for everyone.
So, what’s it to be - a flower or a tree?