An Associate Engineer is a registered Professional Engineer and is responsible for understanding all aspects of the project being reviewed relative to its scope and client requirements.
- Act as technical team member and small project lead
- Collaborate with the client, internal team, consultants, and site contact, and is responsible for an overall understanding of their project
- Review and assess existing building construction and condition
- Review and analyze contract documents including calculations, drawings, and specifications
- Perform seismic risk and property condition assessments
- Preparation of formal reports
Our work covers most commercial building types, including office, retail, industrial, hotel/hospitality, and multi-family.
Desired Skills and Experience
- Bachelor's degree in architectural engineering, civil engineering, or structural engineering is required
- Minimum 5 years of industry-related experience at a structural engineering design or consulting company
- Technical level of understanding of building types, building codes, and seismic lateral force-resisting systems in order to perform services of the organization with limited supervision
- Understanding of hazardous building types/features and site seismic hazards
- Experience with seismic evaluations according to ASCE 41-13
- Experience in structural repair and seismic retrofit design
- Good understanding of Construction processes and activities
- Good understanding of building materials and methods
- Ability to work under deadlines in a fast-paced environment
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel
- Proficient in AutoCAD; Bluebeam, Plan Grid, and BOX
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The ability to travel out of town is a requirement for the position.
To apply, please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the office location and position for which you are applying in the subject line of the email.