The Structural Engineer collaborates with architects, engineers and technicians, and leads the development of project documents that meet client needs and exceed firm standards for quality. In doing so, the Structural Engineer will be responsible for vertical and lateral load calculations, building system design, client communications and management, coordinating manpower assignments and managing project financials, working with industry vendors, and other project related functions.
The Structural Engineer may serve as the overall project manager of Structural prime projects or as the discipline project manager for larger, multi-discipline projects. He/she will ensure all drawings are prepared with accuracy, neatness, and speed, including work prepared by others. The ideal candidate is able to estimate time needed to complete assignments and manage his/her time in order to meet project requirements.
To qualify for consideration, the Structural Engineer must possess the following qualifications:
Compensation is based on experience. Traditional benefits include medical, dental, employee-paid vision, Cafeteria plan, and 401k, all taking effect on the 1st of the month following the date of employment. Multiple benefits offered to help employees maintain positive work-life balance and a healthy lifestyle.
Professional development benefits include regularly-scheduled training opportunities, Buddy Program for new hires, Mentoring Program, and more!