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May 2019

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast (NAVFAC SE) is looking for a Structural Engineer to provide direct support to our Nation’s Warfighters.  As a project engineer, you will perform as a critical team-member who prepares plans, specifications, and estimates for Navy facilities, participates in project planning, proposal preparation, and fostering client relationships.   The ideal candidate should possess progressively responsible experience in assessment, design, and repairs of buildings and other structures as would typically be found on a Navy installation.   Examples of the type of facilities we design include: aircraft control tower, fitness center, aircraft hangars, pier and wharves, dorms, administrative buildings, training facilities, fire stations and many more.  The position is located in Jacksonville, Florida and provides design and repairs of facilities throughout the southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean.  This is a permanent civilian position with the Federal Government and requires U.S. Citizenship, a Professional Engineering registration, and the ability to obtain a Secret security clearance.  The successful candidate will be hired into a General Schedule (GS) position with all associated federal civil service benefits.  To apply for this positon please send cover letter and resume to NAVFACSEhiring@navy.mil . Please ensure that your subject line reads NAVFAC SE Structural Engineer. This advertisement is only good for 90 days from its publication date.  

NAVFAC SE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast (NAVFAC SE)

Jacksonville, FL

CIVIL/ STRUCTURAL WATERFRONT ENGINEER

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast (NAVFAC SE) is looking for a Waterfront Engineer to provide direct support to our Nation’s Warfighters.  As a project engineer, you will perform as a critical team-member who prepares plans, specifications, and estimates for waterfront and marine structures, participates in project planning, proposal preparation, and fostering client relationships.   The ideal candidate should possess progressively responsible experience in assessment, design, and repairs of piers, wharves, retaining walls, shore-side and other marine/waterfront facilities.   The position is located in Jacksonville, Florida and provides design and repairs of waterfront facilities throughout the southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean.  This is a permanent civilian position with the Federal Government and requires U.S. Citizenship, a Professional Engineering registration, and the ability to obtain a Secret security clearance.  The successful candidate will be hired into a General Schedule (GS) position with all associated federal civil service benefits.  To apply for this positon please send cover letter and resume to NAVFACSEhiring@navy.mil . Please ensure that your subject line reads NAVFAC SE Waterfront Engineer. This advertisement is only good for 90 days its from publication date.  

NAVFAC SE is an Equal Opportunity Employer


MARCH 2019

McLaren Engineering Group

201 N Magnolia Avenue, Suite 101
Orlando, FL 32801

Senior Structural Engineer Full-time Regular FL Office, Orlando, FL, US

Apply online at: https://www.mgmclaren.com

We are currently seeking a Senior Structural Engineer to be based out of our Orlando, Florida office location.

Overview:

The passion, creativity and determination of our talented staff makes McLaren Engineering Group one of the top engineering firms in the country. We offer our employees a creative work environment with a dynamic culture and competitive benefits. Our collaborative, innovative atmosphere brings numerous opportunities for professional growth. We are currently seeking a Senior Structural Engineer to be based out of our Orlando, Florida office location. Overview: The Structures Division is a highly collaborative team that strives to innovate to meet our clients’ goals most effectively. We work on a wide range of projects types, including but not limited to: mutli-family wood-framed mid-rise buildings; low-rise and mid-rise commercial structural steel buildings; specialty structures; construction engineering; waterfront structures and concrete; entertainment venues, casinos and theater spaces; technical peer reviews; structural renovations; feasibility studies; and forensic analysis and litigation support. We expose all of our engineers to as many different technical areas as possible and allow them to experience the full breadth of the design process, continuing into the construction phase to allow them to maximize their potential as engineers and their growth prospects within the firm.

Responsibilities: • Performing structural analysis of various building elements and systems comprised of reinforced concrete, structural steel, masonry, wood, and aluminum for both gravity and lateral loading conditions. • Serve as the engineer in responsible charge for assigned projects. • Coordinating the structural design with architectural and MEP trades. • Lead the organization and preparation of structural plans and specifications for construction documents. • Lead staff engineers in the design process from schematic design through the completion of construction. • Perform QA/QC reviews of project work performed by staff engineers, including but not limited to: drawings, specifications, investigations, and technical reports. • Pursuit of professional development and marketing efforts through attendance of outside technical seminars and networking events. • Help foster new client contacts and business opportunities and maintain existing client relationships. • Assist in the technical and professional development of junior and staff engineers through formal and informal training efforts and mentorship. • Coordinating the structural design details with architectural and MEP designs. • Review shop drawings, RFI’s, and performing site visits during the construction phase. • Ability to coordinate drafters and other engineers to produce AutoCAD and Revit drawings for bid and construction documents for buildings. • Working directly with clients to ensure client satisfaction throughout the project duration. • Monitoring project budgets and track change orders on a case by case basis. 

Qualifications:

8-15 years of experience in structural design and detailing of high rise, low rise, mid-rise commercial and multi-family, residential buildings. • Experience in leading the preparation of construction document plan drawings, plans, schedules, details and specifications. • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with structural emphasis. • Master’s degree in Structural Engineering preferred but not required. • Current Florida Professional Engineer License. • Experience with AutoCAD and Revit required. • Knowledge of IBC and State Building Codes required. • Strong Project Management skills are required. Must be able to manage a variety of project types and sizes, serve as the client point of communication and direct the design team. • Ability to develop key client relationships. • Demonstrated Excel and Structural Analysis software (RAM Structural System, RISA 3D, SAP2000, ETABS, SAFE) skills. • Ability to multi task and work well in a team focused environment • Strong organizational skills and communication skills. • Professional approach and demeanor.


February 2019

CAST CONNEX

Technical Sales Engineer

Location: Flexible but must be based in major city in Southeastern United States. Approximately 25% travel expected within United States and Canada.

Start Date: Immediately

What We Are Seeking:

For the position of Technical Sales Specialist, CAST CONNEX is seeking an exceptional candidate with proven outstanding technical capabilities; proven talent in verbal, visual, and written communication; an appreciation for optimization of performance and elegance in structure and architecture.

Candidate will have experience in presentations and/or teaching. Ideal candidate will have experience in presentations and/or teaching in engineering, science, or architecture.

The successful candidate will be flexible while organized, humble while confident, patient while motivated, and have a good sense of humor while…well, having a good sense of humor.

Your Role:

You will be our leg in the Southeast, joining our US-based team.

You will be a maker-doer; both part of the development as well as the supply of steel castings.

You will collaborate with designers in early stages of projects and see them through to completion of construction documents.

You will support the construction team from tender to completion of construction.

You will have great responsibility and great respect as a valued member of our team.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply; a diverse team is a mighty team.

Minimum Requirements:

Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Structural Engineering, Architecture, or other technical field relevant to the AEC industry.

Minimum 10 years professional experience in engineering, architecture, construction, or related field. Note: Candidates holding an MS or PhD in a related field are not held to this requirement.

Strong Pluses:

Advanced Degree in engineering, architecture, or similar

Professional Engineer Licensure and/or other relevant certification

Active member of Professional organizations within the AEC industry

Proven abilities in self-starting and self-management

Dexterity with US Building codes including: AISC 360, AISC 342, ASCE 7, AWS, IBC, AASHTO

Competency with 2D and 3D CAD and FEA platforms

Experience in steel fabrication and/or foundry work

Experience in construction management or special inspections

Salary: Competitive base salary with commission and full benefits package

Who We Are:

At CAST CONNEX we simplify the design and enhance the performance of structures by enabling Architects and Engineers to use cast steel connections. We take pride in collaborating in the creation of safer, innovative, and more beautiful built environments. We are the industry leader in the architectural and structural use of cast steel components in the design and construction of building and bridge structures. Our evergrowing line of standardized products include pre-engineered connectors that simplify the design and enhance the performance and aesthetics of structures. We offer design-build services for custom cast steel nodes and components to provide solutions to the specific needs of any project. Founded just over 12 years ago, Cast Connex has grown to be a world leader in the design of structural steel castings. We have offices in New York City, San Francisco and Toronto. Past projects include the Whitney Museum of American Art, 30 Hudson Yards, Arthur Ashe Tennis Stadium, the Salesforce Transit Center, Oakland International Airport, Longfellow Pedestrian Bridge, UMASS Amherst Olver Design Building, Charlotte Douglas Airport, Apple Park Pergolas, and the Queen Richmond Centre West.www.castconnex.com

Send cover letter and resume to opportunities@castconnex.com




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