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Structural Engineer

US-VA-Virginia Beach
3 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1537
# 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 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 or Engineering Technology program. 
  • Minimum of 5 years of Structural systems design.
  • 1 year working on Capital Improvement projects for a Federal Agency.
  • 5 years' experience in AutoCAD, SpecsIntact, Word, and Excel software.  
  • Will not 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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