Structural Engineer

US-NY-Rochester | US-NY | US-NY-Syracuse | US-NY-Albany
Job ID
3722
# Positions
1
Experience (Years)
4
Category
Engineering - Structural (building design)

Overview

CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Structural Engineer (Facilities) in our Buffalo, NY and Rochester, NY, and Syracuse, NY and Albany, NY office.

 

This individual will be responsible primarily for providing structural engineering services on governmental, institutional, municipal, commercial, aviation, healthcare, educational, manufacturing, industrial and sports projects.

Responsibilities

  • Leads the structural design of small to medium sized projects.
  • Assists senior level structural engineers on large projects. 
  • Prepare design calculations, contract drawings and specifications for manufacturing, commercial, federal, municipal, aviation, healthcare, educational, and sports related structures.
  • Performs inspections and structural assessments of existing structures including preparation of assessment reports. 

Qualifications

REQUIRED

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with a Structural Concentration 
  • 4+ years of structural building design experience is required.
  • Experience in concrete, masonry and structural steel design is required. 
  • Experience performing construction administration related tasks for completed designs such as construction inspections, shop drawing review, answering contractor questions and RFI’s.
  • Must have knowledge of current state and international building codes.
  • Must be organized, flexible, and have the ability to work in a fast paced team environment.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent work ethic and time management skills.. 
  • Quality/detail oriented. 

PREFERRED

  • Master’s degree in Structural Engineering 
  • P.E. license or S.E. license 
  • Knowledge of the following structural related software; RAM Structural System, RAM Elements, Enercalc, Tedds, REVIT.

 

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