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Engineer in Training (Entry-Level), Structural - Houston

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  • You must have an MS in Civil/Structural Engineering, strong communication and problem-solving skills, team-oriented mindset, accountability, enthusiasm for learning, familiarity with computer analysis software, a valid driver's license, and FE/EIT certification (preferred).
  • You will analyze and design structures, assist with on-site investigations, manage drawing preparation, and aid in construction administration.

Graduate Job



  • Our Structural Engineering division is currently looking to hire December 2023 and upcoming Spring 2024 graduates with a Master’s degree in Civil or Structural Engineering in our Houston, TX office.


  • MS in Civil or Structural Engineering.
  • Communication skills: excellent written, oral and verbal communication skills. Ability to conveys information to internal and external clients clearly.
  • Problem-solving ability: capability to solve minor or complex problems using data, logic, and judgement. Strong attention to detail with excellent analytical skills.
  • Team-oriented mindset – ability to work successfully with others toward a shared goal with active participation.
  • Accountability and responsibility - ability to meet deadlines. Willingness take independent initiative to ensure tasks are competed.
  • Enthusiasm, passion, and desire for continued learning of new ideas and concepts.
  • Familiarity with computer analysis software (e.g., ETABS, SAP, RISA, RAM, SAFE, etc.)
  • Valid driver’s license and an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report.
  • FE/EIT certification, preferred.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • The Structures Division provides structural engineering services with emphasis on new design, repair and rehabilitation of constructed works, and investigation and performance evaluation of a variety of structures and materials. Essential duties include performing a wide range of structural engineering analysis and design tasks in steel, concrete, masonry and wood structures; assisting senior staff in on-site investigations to document existing conditions and determine root of problems; managing the preparation of drawings and specifications; and aiding senior staff during the construction administration phase of projects. A strong technical education, professional demeanor, and desire to learn is essential to this position.


Work type

Full time

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