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Entry Level or Junior Bridge Engineer
Indianapolis, IN

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This is a Terrific opportunity for an Entry Level or Junior Bridge Engineer!

 

This position will work in the Bridges Discipline for highway & Railroad bridge projects in our Client’s  Indianapolis Office.

This position is an entry-level or Junior Engineering position geared for professional learning, growth, and increasing responsibility for design and construction engineering and support of a broad range of structural engineering assignments to include highway and railway bridge projects.

Here’s a snapshot of what you would do in this role:

 

  • Assist and participate in design engineering.
  • Assist and participate in the inspection of in-service bridges and structures.
  • Conduct analysis and design, calculation, preparation of specifications, details, and construction plans.
  • Assist and participate in construction engineering.
  • Conduct observation and documentation of construction activity.
  • Conduct evaluation of construction for compliance with contract documents.
  • Interpret plans for design intent.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with additional course work in structural engineering is required.
  • 0-6 years of experience.
  • Registration as an EIT or PE is A PLUS.
  • Master’s degree in Structural Engineering is a Strong Plus.

 

Technical Skills:

 

Proficient with the following software programs is desirable:

  • MicroStation
  • AutoCAD/Civil 3D
  • REVIT
  • BIM
  • Structural Design (STAAD, RISA, etc.).

 

Soft Skills:

  • Must be able to work as a team member and independently.
  • Have the desire to learn new skills.
  • Be self-motivated.
  • Possess excellent interpersonal communication skills.


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