Jacobs Entry Level Bridge Engineering Professional - Summer 2023 in Holladay, Utah
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As a vital member of our Southwest Bridge Team located in our Salt Lake City office (Holladay, UT), you’ll have the opportunity to work on a variety of transportation projects in Utah and throughout the Southwest. Our transportation projects include the design of new bridges, bridge widenings, rehabilitations, load ratings, and other transportation structures. Working alongside a team of technicians and under the guidance of experienced engineers and project managers, you’ll work to solve problems and challenges in a team environment where everyone is valued. As a Structural Bridge EIT, your typical work tasks will include various bridge design activities, preparation of calculations, preparation of quantity takeoffs for cost estimates, writing reports, researching technical issues and code criteria, working alongside CAD staff to develop engineering drawings, and review of construction submittals/shop drawings.
If you want to join a company invested in you, your success and the global community - join us as an Entry-Level Structural Bridge Engineer (EIT or PE).
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and/or Structural Engineering
Familiarity with various bridge types
0-2 years of bridge design experience and knowledge of LRFD design code
Familiarity with structural and bridge analysis and design software
Familiarity with CAD software
Interest in taking on design challenges learning new skills
Ideally, You’ll Also Have:
Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering
At least one previous design internship on transportation and/or bridge projects that included the use of structural and bridge analysis and design software and CADD software
Bridge engineering experience including precast concrete bridges, steel bridges, bridge widenings, rehabilitations, box culverts, retaining walls, and other structures
Experience using structural and bridge analysis and design software such as Midas Civil CSi Bridge, LARSA, SAP2000, LPILE, LEAP Bridge/ConSpan/PGSuper, MDX, spColumn and/or other software packages
Experience with Microstation
Ability and willingness to travel on occasion
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