American Structurepoint

Staff Engineer- Utility Infrastructure

Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
Utility Infrastructure Group
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time


When you join American Structurepoint, you gain more than a career. You become part of a family of talented, passionate, good-hearted people who take pride in going the extra mile for our clients. At American Structurepoint, we are known for making the impossible happen for clients across the world who want help building and bettering their communities. We live by our values- excellence, respect, integrity innovation, and social responsibility. We encourage our experts to try new things and explore new ideas that turn our client's dreams into reality, even if those ideas are unconventional. We invest in our people by offering excellent benefits and training, development, and mentorship opportunities that lead to a rewarding career path. If you are ready for more than a career, we invite you to explore opportunities to join our team and help us improve the quality of life for the communities we serve.


Group: Utility Infrastructure  

Position: Staff Engineer

Location: Indianapolis, IN (Open to Fort Wayne and Merillville)


Staff Engineers focus their efforts on analysis and design of utility infrastructure as well as construction administration tasks working on a variety of projects in the Midwest. Staff Engineers work under the direction and mentoring of Project Engineers and Project Managers, and are responsible for accurately performing basic design and construction administration tasks.


Specific Duties (experience will be dependent on available project types and workload needs):                  



  • Review regulatory requirements and technical materials as required to perform their design tasks
  • Perform calculations (pressurized/gravity-flow hydraulics, hydrology, mass balance, chemical dosing)
  • Product research
  • Personally prepare construction documents in accordance with Utility Infrastructure Group drafting standards.
  • Staff engineers are required to become proficient at using CAD software to produce construction documents in the event that a CAD technician is unavailable.
  • Develop exhibits and design drawings
  • Prepare technical specifications
  • Compute material quantities for cost estimating


Construction Administration:

  • Perform field observation site visits (accompanied by Project Engineers/Managers as appropriate), and write field reports
  • Review construction submittals for conformance to the project design documents and organize and maintain logs and files thereof
  • Respond to RFIs from contractors and subcontractors during construction with guidance from Project Engineers and Project Manager


Quality Assurance:

  • Prepare markups and guide CAD technicians for the purpose of generating construction documents in accordance with drafting standards
  • Spot-check calculations and back-check completed drafting from markups



  • Technical writing
  • Time management - coordinating all assigned tasks with Project Managers and other design engineers on team (under the supervision of Team Leader as appropriate)
  • Communicating with team members regarding project information and task progress
  • Participation in internal and external meetings (design, construction)



  • Cross-training experience with other groups
  • Construction documents
  • Standards (calculations, drawing content, drafting format, markups, specifications, details)
  • Quality management (standards, review process)
  • Software (CAD, GIS, modeling software as appropriate)
  • Field work (PACP, pump testing, measurements)
  • Career development planning
  • Introduction to/participation in professional organizations (WEF, AWWA, ASCE, etc.)


Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering, or Equivalent

Certification: Highly Preferred- Engineering Intern (passed NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam)

Experience: 0-4 years in the engineering industry

Other: GIS knowledge is a plus


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