Jacobs Structural Engineer in St. Louis, Missouri
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At this level the engineer will serve in a staff technical role on heavy infrastructure projects involving marine and bridge projects and perform routine structural analysis and design for projects as directed. The engineer will advance through developmental stages that range from professional work to providing instruction and close supervision for entry level professional staff as to complete required tasks and deliver results expected.
Work performed include but is not limited to:
Plan preparation, designs, calculations, costs estimates and bridge inspections;
Coordinating with other departments to gather information.
Provide guidance and training to entry-level engineers.
Reports and technical documentation
Performing in a teamwork environment.
Other duties may include estimating project costs, contract negotiations, overseeing and ensuring that project quality, schedule, and budget requirements are met. Key focuses are business development, client presentations, and proposal preparation for some of the most complex bridge projects in the Midwest region.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
A minimum of MSCE with a focus in structural engineering or Masters of Structural Engineering required.
Professional Engineering (PE) license required.
10 years demonstrated experience in Bridge/Structural design, Bridge/Structural inspection, and Load Rating Analysis is required.
Proficient knowledge of structural engineering principles, practices, process, design/build, and the application to project work-related issues
Experience with infrastructure planning, design, and construction management; including active involvement in a variety of rehabilitation and new design projects.
Knowledge of MicroStation, Microsoft Office, MathCad, SAP2000, MIDAS or equivalent.
Proficiency with MoDOT, and or IDOT standards, specifications, and procedures.
Participation in professional associations is a plus.
Strong technical writing, analytical and communication skills with strong attention to detail with an emphasis on a quality work product.
Ability to work schedules conducive to project-specific requirements that may extend beyond the typical workweek.
Perform professional structural engineering work and lead Bridge design tasks as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
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