Category: Geotechnical & Tunneling
Location: Trento, Italy
Date: 25 February, 2021


This is an exciting opportunity to work for SWS Engineering S.p.A., engineering firm with 18 offices around the world. SWS is the designer of the longest rail tunnel in the world. Having 40 years of experience, in the last two years we have doubled our revenues.

We are a family of people excited to solve complex challenges that have a positive impact on the world, and we are looking for like-minded people to join our team.

SWS is looking for a Geotechnical Design Engineer to be assigned to the Geotechnical & Tunneling Department and will operate under the supervision of the Head of Department, following his guidelines.

We are looking for a design engineer enthusiastic and strongly motivated, open to innovation. Experiences gathered within complex infrastructural projects involving tunnels and underground structures such as railways, highways and subways will be appreciated. At least three years of experience is required.


Qualifications & Experience required

  • Master’s degree in Engineering.
  • Proficient English Language knowledge oral and written.
  • Flac and/or Plaxis and/or Rockscience good knowledge
  • Production and delivery of compliant geotechnical/tunnel design
  • Quality control check for delivery of compliant, professionally produced deliverables within customer defined timeframes and requirements.
  • Proactivity in proposing innovation concerning document template and technical standards in line with company branding and technical manager directives.
  • Strong time management/prioritization skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail.


The application process: read the information provided and if it sounds like the right role for you please apply online as soon as possible. Our online application process takes about 10 minutes and you will need to upload your CV/resume.


  • Max. file size: 20 MB.
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