American Structurepoint

  • Senior Forensic Structural Engineer

    Job Locations US-TN-Nashville
    Job ID
    Investigative/Forensics Group
    Employment Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    We are looking for an experienced Structural Engineer that has a passion for problem solving to join our team as a Senior Forensic Structural Engineer in our Nashville, Tennessee office.  The ideal candidate will be technically skilled, motivated, and have excellent oral and written communication skills.  This person will perform a wide range of forensic investigations related to damage, deterioration, and repair of structures as well as facility condition assessment studies for a variety of clients.    


    Primary responsibilities will include evaluations of commercial, residential, industrial and municipal facilities.  The position requires direct daily contact with clients and staff in addition to the production of technical reports.  The Senior Forensic Structural Engineer will also be asked to lead assessment teams on technical assignments, develop client relationships, and generate business.  Position requires frequent local and occasional regional travel.  Motivated individuals will have opportunities for advancement within an entrepreneurial and growing company. 



    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Structural Engineering (MSCE Preferred) from an accredited engineering school

    • Registered Professional Engineer in Tennessee or eligible for licensure

    • 10+ years’ experience

     Desirable Past Experience:

    • Investigative/Forensic engineering evaluations

    • Structural/building design

    • Developing & maintaining client relationships

    • Writing technical reports

    • AutoCAD and/or Revit

    Physical Requirements:

    • Ability to lift or move objects weighting 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




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