American Structurepoint

Senior Bridge Project Engineer

Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
2018-1258
Category/Group
Hidden (8723)
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

We are looking for an experienced engineer who is looking for the opportunity to work on exciting projects in our Indianapolis Bridge Group.  In this role you will be a part of a growing team and contribute to bridge designs and mentoring of other staff members.  Our ideal candidate is self-motivated with a strong technical background.  15+ years of engineering experience is required.  Effective verbal and written communication skills are essential for client interaction and career advancement.  Must be a registered Professional Engineer in Indiana.

 

 

Responsibilities

- Conceptual, preliminary and detailed design of new bridges using pre-stressed concrete, reinforced concrete, structural steel, and timber components.

- Development and mentoring of staff.

- Ability to handle pressure and work under tight deadlines.

- Strategic marketing, including developing and maintaining client relationships.

- Development of scopes of work, fee proposals, cost estimates.

- Client communication, budget tracking and monthly invoicing with status reports

- Coordination with state and federal regulatory agencies

- Oversight and management of staff working on various tasks (including subconsultant), direct and manage project execution including adherence to scopes, budgets, schedules and implementing quality control procedures

- Business development in the preparation of marketing materials

- Participation in marketing events such as seminars, conventions, trade shows and professional organizations and providing support on development and maintenance of sales materials.

Qualifications

BSCE and 15+ years of 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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