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Structural Engineer

US-VA-Portsmouth
1 month ago
Job ID
2017-1515
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering - Facility/Construction

Responsibilities

Responsible for the preparation of detailed structural engineering analysis, calculations and
designs, development of plans using AutoCAD, specifications and cost estimates, in support of
in-house and A/E design bid build and design-build projects, for a wide range of projects.
Typical design projects include Naval Shore Facilities, including multi-story offices and
quarters, hospitals, towers, airfields, aircraft overhaul facilities, industrial waste treatment plants,
piers, photovoltaic farms, training facilities, waterfront structures, including drydocks, piers, and
wharves, portal crane and railroad track and foundations, and a very wide diversity of other
structures and facilities.

 

Apply knowledge and skill to research standard structural systems, equipment or techniques in
the development of structural design projects. Analyze the applicability of innovative processes,
systems, equipment, or techniques and implement such on projects and specifications.

 

Demonstrate knowledgeable of the latest structural materials and methods of construction.
Experience in design of concrete, steel, timber, and masonry structures is required. Experience
with finite element analysis/modeling and/or structural software is required.

Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor Degree from an ABET accredited Structural Engineering orEngineering Technology program and minimum of 5 years of Structural systems design.
  • 1 year working on Capital Improvement projects for a Federal Agency and 5 years' experience in AutoCAD, SpecsIntact, Word, and Excel software.  
  • Will not be consider candidates with less than 5 years structural engineering experience of increasing complexity afterreceiving their degree. Will not consider candidates with experience outside of structural engineering, such as geotechnical engineers, land surveyors, or civil engineers with experienceoutside of the area of structural engineering.

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