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Structural Design Engineer - New Graduate - May 2024 Start Date

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IMEG

15d ago

💼 Graduate Job

Fort Worth

AI generated summary

  • You need knowledge of design principles, materials, and construction methods. Proficiency in CAD, BIM, and Microsoft Office is essential. Strong communication skills and a degree in Civil Engineering are required. Master's in Structural Engineering is a plus.
  • You will analyze, design, and coordinate structures, ensuring compliance with codes and client requirements. Prepare specifications, document decisions, and collaborate with other disciplines to complete projects successfully.

Graduate Job

EngineeringFort Worth

Description

  • IMEG is growing, and we’d love to have you join our team!  We are currently seeking a Structural Design Engineer in either our Fort Worth, TX office. A Structural Design Engineer is responsible for designing systems, calculations, equipment selections, reports, progress submittals, instructing BIM Technicians as required to assure project completeness and accuracy within time restraints and budget.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision technical plans and drawings;
  • Knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the construction or repair f buildings and structures;
  • Skill in the use of Microsoft Office programs, CAD software and BIM;
  • Ability to clearly communicate in both oral and written communication to individuals or groups;
  • Building systems design and/or knowledge of construction techniques a plus.
  • Education and experience requirements are:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related;
  • Master’s degree in Structural Engineering a plus.

Education requirements

Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Prepare specifications and verify that the design meets code requirements;
  • Analyze and design simple structures using computer software, spreadsheets, and hand calculations;
  • Calculate costs and time schedules for proposed work and monitor project design progress;
  • Maintain project design notebook and provide documentation for permanent record files;
  • Coordinate, design, and schedule with other disciplines such as architectural, electrical, mechanical, clerical and equipment suppliers;
  • Document design decisions, meetings, and instructions from client while maintaining good client relations; review all project documents for accuracy, completeness, and suggest improvements prior to requesting a final check;
  • Prepare and issue addendum information and respond to contractor RFI’s;
  • Recognize potential project problems quickly and seek advice of the Project Manager;
  • Review design methods, procedures, changes in scope, and client correspondence with the Project Manager; conduct periodic job site observations and all other services as required by the contract services agreement.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Fort Worth