Structural Engineer (male/female)
Planning of structural engineering projects / Engineering structures

As a nationally and internationally operating architecture and engineering firm, we undertake challenging general and specialised planning duties. A staff of over 500 in different departments and countries is working on the optimal technical, ecological and economic solution of our planning projects. They are the heart of our company, contributing their professional know-how and their ideas every day.

Our company in Phnom Penh employs about 35 engineers from Cambodia and Europe and will, with your support, continue to grow successfully in the coming years.

What do we expect:

  • You must have successfully completed a full course of education in civil engineering or structural engineerin;
  • Experience in the planning of complex buildings and/or engineering structures is desirable, graduate engineers are encouraged to apply, too;
  • Business-fluent English;
  • Success-oriented, cost-efficient and professional way of working;
  • Profound communication skills and ability to work in a team;
  • Profound computer knowledge;

What do we offer:

  • Innovative and challenging projects in a dynamically developing region
  • An independent and responsible position in a motivated and creative team
  • Attractive compensation 

Your challenge:

  • Comprehend and apply knowledge of accepted principles underpinning widely applied good practice for professional engineering
  • Define, investigate and analyse engineering problems in accordance with good practice for professional engineering
  • Manage part or all of one or more complex engineering activities in accordance with good engineering management practice
  • Communicate clearly with other engineers and others that he or she is likely to deal with in the course of his or her professional engineering activities
  • Maintain the currency of his or her professional engineering knowledge and skills
  • Exercise sound professional engineering judgement


  • Cambodia and South East Asia

Start date:

  • Commonalities prevail over formalities

You can plan with us: