STRUCTURAL ANALYST I
As a Structural Analyst you will be performing building code compliance evaluation of existing buildings and new buildings for projects of varying complexity and at various stages of completion along with drafting building and fire code reports, code interpretations, and alternate compliance requests. Development into presenting on technical issues internally and externally to clients and jurisdictions will be required. In addition, you will need to prepare proposals, lead team meetings, lead client meetings, manage projects, review project invoices, perform quality assurance reviews, and work with our CFD modeling teams on multiple projects for fire and egress analysis.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with structural fire science classes.
ABILITIES & WORK EXPERIENCE:
- Some exposure to Finite Element Analysis
- 1 - 2 years’ experience in Engineering
- Interest in pursuing Professional Engineering License (PE)
- Some knowledge of building codes, good knowledge of ASCE and IBC structural calculations and analysis methods
- Knowledge of seismic regulations, finite element modeling, and fire analysis
- Strong analytical skills
- Strong verbal communications skills
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