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United Professional Engineering is a firm providing Structural Engineering design, building envelope restoration and other related services in the south-east Florida region. We are based in lake Worth, FL. We are seeking a very talented Professional Engineer with a very strong structural design background.


    • ·           Bachelors/Master’s degree in Civil/Structural Engineering (master’s preferred)
    • ·          PE/SE licensed
    • ·          5-10 years’ experience in structural engineering with emphasis on building structures
    • ·          1-2 Years of Building Restoration and/or Forensics Engineering experience


  • ·          Knowledge of bldg. fundamentals & design codes and standards such as FBC, ASCE, AISC and ACI
  • ·          Familiarity with structural programs such as RISA, RAM, ETABS, ADAPT, SAFE and REVIT
  • ·          Strong technical skills, excellent verbal and written communications
  • ·          Project and staff management experience
  • ·          Excellent planning and organizational skills for our fast-paced environment
  • ·          Highly motivated, proactive and willing to take on new challenges


  • ·          Project Management
  • ·      Preparation of engineering drawings, specifications, calculations, analytical models, reports and     correspondence. Must be able to take a project from beginning to completion and sign & seal their    own drawings, reports, etc.
  • ·          Construction Administration phase of projects, including review of shop drawings, submittals, RFI’s   and field observation
  • ·          Attend internal and external meetings with clients and design team members.
  • ·          Conduct forensic investigations to analyze and determine the cause, origin, and extent of structural    failures, water intrusions, roof damage, construction defects and building system failures.
  • ·          Produce specifications for bidding, permitting and construction for building restoration projects.
  • ·          Manage multiple projects and assume responsibility for project execution within timeframes.
  • ·          Provide leadership and mentoring to other Engineers.
  • ·          Review work of fellow Senior and Staff Engineers.

    August 2018

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    Civil Engineer III

    $31.13 Hourly

    Closing Date: 08/17/18

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, public works engineering, or closely related engineering field and four years related professional engineering experience. State of Florida Professional Engineer (P.E.) Registration is required within six months of employment. Applicants within six months of meeting the minimum education/ experience may be considered for trainee status.

    Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment. Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219.

    Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
    Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans.
    OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST      TDD (352) 491-4431


    May 2018

    We want to let you know that Nease High School in St. Johns County School District is seeking a second Engineering Teacher in the Stellar Academy of Engineering beginning in the 2018-19 school year.  The first day of work for new teachers is July 31, 2018.  We have a process in place to facilitate people from the industry who don’t have a teacher’s certificate to begin working and then obtain that certification.  To qualify, applicants would have to have at least six years in the engineering field.  It could be a combination of work and college.  Ex. 4 year’s college degree in Engineering and 2 years working in Engineering, 6 year’s of education earning a B.S. and M.S. in Engineering degree and 0 year’s working in the field, etc.  For people entering the teaching profession in this manner, you need to take 4 courses in education by the end of your third year of teaching.  This can be done on-line for free.  Fortunately, we have an experienced, excellent teacher remaining at Nease to be a resource to the new teacher.  We also have a Career Specialist at Nease who acts as a support person for all Career and Technical Education teachers. 

    Students in this program over the course of 4 years can take the AutoCad Users, Revit and Inventor Industry Certifications.  They participate in many projects working in teams and compete among themselves and with students from other schools in our district and beyond.


    To review the course frameworks for this program, go to http://www.fldoe.org/academics/career-adult-edu/career-tech-edu/curriculum-frameworks/2018-19-frameworks/engineering-technology-edu.stml.

    Click on Engineering Pathways – 9400300.

    When you open the frameworks, you will see the courses the students will take each year.  Some will be taught by this position and some by the other Engineering Teacher.  Decisions on who will which teach which course are determined by the administration based on the skill set of the two teachers.


    1                              Introduction to Engineering Design - 8600550

    2                              Principles of Engineering - 8600520

    3                              Civil Engineering and Architecture - 8600590

    4                              Engineering Design and Development - 8600650


    • A.      Annual salary range is $38,000 - $49,750 based on education and year’s experience. (Remember teachers are off for two months in the summer, two weeks in December and a week in March or April.)
    • B.      Total work days per year = 196
    • C.      Hours per day officially is 7.5 hours, though most teachers spend additional time at work or at home preparing for lessons, grading papers or projects, etc.
    • D.      This is a full time/permanent position.
    • E.       For those already in the teaching field, they would need the Industrial Arts or Technology Education Certification for grades 6 – 12.
    • F.       APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY MAY 10, 2018.
    • G.      To apply, go to http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/jobs/ and click on the Applitrack icon, then either External Applicants, if not already teaching in St. Johns County School District, or Internal Applicants, if you are already teaching in the school district. Then click onStart an application for employment.  The position number for which you would apply is Job #: 5271.  The Job Title wording will say Instructional Certified High, but position 5271 is specifically for the Engineering teacher at Nease.


    If you have additional questions about the position job duties, you may contact Jaime Combs.  It will not help to send her your resume or with the actual application process.  That all has to be done on-line through our Human Resources Department.  We hope this will help you or others determine if this is a position you wish to seek




    Jaime Combs

    Academy Coordinator | Nease High School

    904.547.8306 | jaime.combs@stjohns.k12.fl.us |http://www.neaseacademies.com



    APRIL 2018

    Amore Engineering, Inc. Structural Engineers Structural Engineer Position: Amore Engineering is committed to providing high quality structural engineering services to our clients as well as providing a professional and pleasant workplace for our employees. We believe in working to live, not living to work. We primarily provide professional engineering services for commercial, industrial, ecclesiastical, educational, and medical buildings, etc. We are looking for a registered structural engineer in the State of Florida with a minimum of 5 years of engineering design experience with at least a 4-year bachelor’s degree in structural engineering. Candidate requirements are as follows. • Competent usage of Microsoft Office Products and Bluebeam • Produce working drawings using AutoCAD and/or REVIT. • Understanding of construction means and methods. • Knowledge of how other disciplines (Architectural, MEP, & Civil) effect structural design. Demonstrate the ability to see a “whole” project and how the various disciplines are integrated. Explain a creative engineering solution. • Knowledge of computer modeling of structures and finite element analysis. • Good verbal and writing skills in English. • We are a paperless office. All project filing is kept on the computer network. The candidate must be organized and experienced with computer filing. • American Citizenship is required. Salaries offered are commensurate with experience, and we offer competitive benefits. (No head hunters need inquire.) Amore Engineering Inc. 2295 S. Hiawassee Road Suite #415 Orlando, Florida 32835 Send resumes to gamore@aestructural.com No phone calls please.

    Questions and Comments Please contact Sara Guthrie at (407)347-4962 Email:  fseadirector@flsea.com


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