American Structurepoint

Staff Engineer- Investigative/Forensics

US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
2017-1238
Category/Group
Investigative/Forensics Group
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

American Structurepoint is seeking an engineer/architect that will be responsible for performing a wide range of forensic investigations related to damage and deterioration of structures as well as condition assessment studies for property owners and managers.  The work includes evaluations of commercial, residential, industrial and municipal projects.  The position requires direct daily contact with clients and staff in addition to production of technical reports.  Therefore, superior oral and written communication skills are a must.  Applicants must possess experience in or the desire to learn the evaluation of entire structures (from foundations to roofing) as well as the investigation of failures and building problems.  Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited engineering or architecture school.  Position requires frequent local and occasional regional travel.

Responsibilities

Desirable Past Experience:

  • Structural/building design
  • Structural and/or building envelope evaluations & studies
  • Developing & maintaining client relationships
  • Writing technical reports
  • AutoCAD and/or Revit

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift or move objects weighing up to 50 lbs
  • Ability/willingness to climb ladders and scaffolding, work from heights, walk roofs, access crawl spaces and other areas of limited accessibility

Qualifications

Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering or Architecture; Master's degree preferred

  • 0-4 years experience

 

 

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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