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Graduate Engineer - Secure Design - Washington

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Walter P Moore

2mo ago

💼 Graduate Job

Washington, DC

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  • Master’s in Civil or Architectural Engineering with emphasis in Structural Engineering, 0-3 years of experience, EIT certification, proficiency in Revit, Rhino or Grasshopper is a plus, strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communication.
  • The Graduate Engineer will be responsible for performing structural computations for secure design, analyzing new and existing structures for blast resistance, progressive collapse, and vehicle barrier design, as well as assisting with construction tasks, preparing technical reports, and coordinating project requirements with other team disciplines.

Graduate Job

Architecture & Urban PlanningWashington, DC

Description

  • We are currently looking for the right individual to join our Structures Group, in the role of a Graduate Secure Design Engineer.
  • In this position, the individual will be required to work closely with a team of Secure Design Engineers and/or Project Managers. A willingness to work in a team environment, following the standards we have in place is a must. A “can-do”, client-focused attitude is crucial.

Requirements

  • Master’s in Civil or Architectural Engineering with emphasis in Structural Engineering
  • Course-work in structural dynamics, engineering mechanics, and high-fidelity analysis is preferred but not required
  • 0-3 years of experience
  • EIT
  • Experience with Revit, Rhino or Grasshopper is a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Strong organizational skills

Education requirements

Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning

Responsibilities

  • Performing structural computations for the secure design and analysis of new and existing structures including:
  • Blast resistant design
  • Progressive collapse
  • Vehicle barrier analysis and design
  • Physical security consulting
  • Creating analysis models and interpreting results for 2D and 3D structural frames
  • Assisting with construction administrative tasks, including site visits, calculation review, and shop drawing review
  • Preparing technical studies and reports
  • Coordinate secure design project requirements with other project team disciplines

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Washington, DC