Whether you are a recent graduate or in the early stages of your career, we have a wide range of opportunities.
Become part of 250+ award-winning, international engineering design consultants, who work on challenging diverse engineering projects. Our projects stretch from the award-winning Doha Metro in Qatar, to designing a marina on a reclaimed island at Diyar al Muharraq in Bahrain. Then, there’s the iconic Shard in London, where we developed the detail of the substructure and completed ground movement assessments to secure approval of designs and construction.
As a medium-sized enterprise with 250+ employees across our offices, we are agile and flexible, which means you get to experience projects at many different levels and gain a sense of responsibility earlier. You learn on the job, through a range of projects across our 10 sectors. From day one, you can make an impact at Ayesa.
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Our passion is exemplified in our multiple awards, framework appointments and earned industry-wide recognition.
This programme is focused on that transition from university / college life to what is expected in the workplace.
Where opportunities exist you can explore transfers between our offices in Ireland, UK and the Middle East.
Our Sport & Social Club offers great opportunities for you to unwind and enjoy team activities.
We believe that equality, diversity and inclusion creates the best results and a welcoming work environment.
Committed to working in support of the UN SDG's which act as a global roadmap to achieve a more sustainable future.
We engage locally with our communities and not-for-profit entities to positively impact society.
Benefits of working with us*
*Note: Your benefits will be tailored to your country of assignment
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One of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard is a striking silhouette in the skyline. As one of the tallest buildings in Europe, The Shard reflects the ambition and vision of the City.
The 50,000 seater Aviva Stadium, on the site of the former Lansdown Road, opened in April 2012 as the new home of Irish rugby.
The Royal Commission in Jubail plans to construct two new bridges: one from Jalmudah to Al-Batinah Island and the other from Dareen to a nearby unnamed island.
The project represents a major capital investment and involves the upgrade of the existing sewer network currently serving Blanchardstown and the surrounding catchment areas.