The Bergaila Companies

  • Structural Engineer 3 (On-site) - 16678

    Posted Date 2 days ago(7/19/2019 10:11 AM)
    Job ID
    2019-5706
    Location : City
    Martinez
    Location : State/Province
    CA
  • Overview

    We are seeking a Structural Engineer for an assignmen on-sitet in Martinez, California. The selected candidate will perform a variety of engineering work in the initial planning and design phase of equipment, systems, or processes at Martinez.

     

    Hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm

     

    ** This position requires a TWIC Card **

    Responsibilities

    - Performs a variety of engineering work in the initial planning and design phase of equipment, systems, or processes

    - Specifications are prepared, and necessary subcontracts and requisitions are defined

    - The incumbent has thorough knowledge of multiple subject areas or disciplines; understands how own area integrates with and impacts other areas; and is building understanding of business trends and industry issues and challenges

    - Under general supervision, the individual competently performs all conventional aspects of design engineering and analysis

    - May provide technical guidance to drafters/designers and engineers

    - Plans and conducts work requiring judgment in the independent evaluation, selection, and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria

    Qualifications

    - Bachelors Degree in Structural Engineering 

    - Registered Professional Engineer is required

    - TWIC card required

    - Minimum 6 years experience in structural analysis and design using STAAD.Pro is required

    - Must have experience generating calculations for structural steel and reinforced concrete, preferably for industrial projects

    - Experience leading designers and drafters to convert design to construction drawings

    - Familiarity with CADWorx, PDS Frameworks, LFM, or SmartPlant is a plus

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