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

     

     

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