Logo of Huzzle


Designer (EIT) – Railroad Bridge / Structural

Logo of Benesch


14d ago

💼 Graduate Job


AI generated summary

  • You need a BS in Civil Engineering, EIT or ability to obtain, 1 year bridge design experience, MicroStation proficiency, strong communication skills, and ability to work in a team.
  • You will analyze and calculate project elements, design structural details, create organized calculations, and work independently to meet deadlines under project manager guidance.

Graduate Job



  • Be part of our dynamic Bridge/Structural Design team within the thriving Railroad Services group at Benesch. As part of the Bridge/Structural team, you will acquire practical experience collaborating with Project Managers, Engineers, and Technicians to deliver services for Class I, short line, and commuter rail projects. Your duties will include actively participating in the design of railroad structural projects, conducting essential analyses of project elements, and contributing to the development and formulation of design calculations.
  • Location: Our collaborative team follows a Hybrid schedule and is based in Jacksonville, FL.
  • Benesch’s Railroad Division is made up of highly skilled rail professionals, many of whom are former employees of operating railroads. This firsthand experience working on designing and maintaining active rail systems uniquely equips our team to develop innovative solutions to a wide variety of rail projects. 


  • BS in Civil Engineering with a structural emphasis or related discipline required. MS in Civil Engineering with a structural emphasis or related discipline preferred.
  • EIT or ability to obtain within the year.
  • Minimum 1 year of bridge design experience or relevant internship experience
  • Excellent communication and client relation skills.
  • Progressive experience with developing plans and specifications utilizing MicroStation.
  • Strong organization and leadership skills with a track record for adhering to design budgets and schedules.
  • Ability to perform complex analysis and design
  • Ability to assemble a complete design package for assigned elements or projects.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Performing basic analysis of project elements
  • Performing load development and designing calculations of project elements, and checking work
  • Preparing organized structural calculations
  • Designing and drafting structural elements and details
  • Developing task deliverables in a complete and reviewable manner
  • Performing tasks on schedule and within budget as assigned
  • Working independently under the guidance of a Project Manager


Work type

Full time

Work mode