The Graduate Structural Engineer will perform engineering and design duties on a variety of structural projects and with a variety of materials, provide engineering analysis to support design activities, and periodically provide breakfast to his or her beloved coworkers. The engineer is expected to act as an independent thinker and active participant in solving engineering related project issues.
What we provide for you:
- Training and continuing education
- Challenging projects
- Team approach to project management
- Leverage the latest technology
- All aspects of project life cycle.
- 9/80 schedule (Note: deadlines sometimes inhibit having off every other Friday)
- Ability to speak with confidence to clients
- Work in a team setting with other team members as well as other design disciplines like civil, geotechnical, and external sub consultants if necessary
- Preparation of construction drawings, specifications, and other engineering documents
- Assist with structural design for a variety projects including custom residential, renovation, commercial, and structural forensics
- Visit project sites to assist with data collections and construction observation duties
- Manage time and workload effectively, which includes planning, organizing and prioritizing with attention to detail
- Work under the supervision and mentoring of structural engineers and designers
- Accountable for the successful completion of engineering projects
- Bachelor of Science or Master’s degree in Structural Engineering
- 0-2 years of engineering experience
- Experience in various aspects of Structural engineering is a plus, including: Steel, Conventional and Post-tensioned Concrete, Masonry, and Wood Structures
Skills and Special Requirements:
- Registered E.I.T.
- Autodesk Revit or Risa experience is a plus