Careers

Here at SMA, we are continuously looking to expand our existing teams, to help deliver successful outcomes for our clients. We build strong working relationships and you have the opportunity to work on exciting and varied projects.

We have opportunities for apprentices and trainees across the business and are pleased to help support their development and training requirements.

Current Positions Available:

Due to an expanding workload, we are currently looking for:

Two Apprentice Civil Engineering Technicians – To train under formal agreement with day release to Reading College to achieve Advanced Level 3 BTEC Diploma (also advertised on the nationwide apprenticeship website). All applications to be submitted to Stuart Atkinson (sma@stuartmichael.co.uk).

Graduates and those with up to 3 years’ experience to help support our transportation, drainage and civil/infrastructure design teams. If you would like further information please contact us on 01635 86 77 11 or forward your CV to Bob Hewitt, Director (rmeh@stuartmichael.co.uk).

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How our expertise
can help you

At SMA, we have extensive experience in providing transportation, environmental, infrastructure and civils/structural design services to a range of Clients.

Our experienced and qualified staff bring commercial awareness and a proactive approach to all commissions, which range from small scale sites to large urban extensions, strategic development and multi-million pound projects.

Whether you require an initial high-level appraisal, completion of technical reports to accompany a Planning Application or detailed design post consent, SMA have the capabilities to do it all.

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October 2017 Update

20 - 10 - 2017

Planning Consent in North Devon Outline Planning Permission was granted on 13th September 2017 by North Devon Council for 144 dwellings on land west of Parklands, South Moulton. This development forms part of the Strategic Western Extension of South Moulton. SMA were pleased to assist with the design of the proposed access onto the B3226 […]