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Gabbart and Woods Structural Engineers

Gabbart & Woods Structural Engineers is a team of lead professionals who have partnered around the principles of service, creativity, and collaboration. Gabbart and Woods was founded in 1995 and since that time we’ve been providing structural engineering consulting services to Reno and Northern Nevada, Truckee and the Tahoe Basin, Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra, the Sierra Foothills of California, the San Francisco Bay Area, Greater Los Angeles, and beyond. We have three studio locations, located in Reno, Tahoe and Truckee with a total design team size of five structural engineers, three civil engineers, and three technical support personnel with credentials of their own including BS/Arch and PhD.
Our practice is noted by its broad range of projects, as well as its collaborative spirit. Our collective experience ranges from highly detailed low rise architecture, to twenty story buildings, to bridges. It encompasses sports arenas, schools, churches, civic art installations, mixed-use developments, hospitals, post-tensioned podium structures, commercial offices, resort lodges, large industrial complexes, and notable residences. We draw upon the nature and applications of steel, concrete, timber, masonry, glass and aluminum, as well as cross-laminated timber, and other innovative materials and composites.
Seismic analysis, design, and performance are central to our practice.

Job Title: Associate Structural Engineer

Job Start Date: Monday, May 1, 2017

Job Description:

Our Reno studio is seeking a senior SE Associate to act as a Lead Consultant and Project Principal.

Job Requirements:

• Licensed Structural Engineer in California
• Masters Degree in Structural Engineering
• Experience with RAM , Risa3D, or other 3D modeling programs
• Strong interpersonal and written and oral communication skills

Contact us about this job by sending email to vgabbart@gabbartandwooods.com

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Tipping Structural Engineers

Since 1983, Tipping Structural Engineers has been pushing the boundaries of engineering to achieve our clients’ business and project goals. We unite fresh perspectives, courageous creativity, technical mastery, and an advanced understanding of structural behavior to bring the greatest value in structural and seismic design to our clients’ projects. Our innovation and expertise have been recognized by our peers (NCSEA, SEAOC, SEAONC, and ATC/SEI) with 37 awards for excellence in engineering across 19 projects thus far.

Tipping is a firm that cultivates continual improvement and growth. We actively support innovation, continuous learning, knowledge sharing, and the personal growth and development of our staff and principals. We work to build collaborative relationships within our firm, and with our clients, design-and-construction partners, and vendors. Moreover, we seek to unleash enthusiasm, creativity, passion, and a sense of ownership and responsibility in all our members in order to create the best workplace possible.

(Copyright 2017 Tipping Structural Engineers; all rights reserved and protected.)

Job Title: Structural Engineer

Job Start Date: Monday, April 3, 2017

Job Description:

If you recognize yourself described below and are interested in working within an organization such as ours, please send a cover letter introducing yourself to us, along with a resume, to resumes[at]tippingstructural[dot]com.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage diversity in the workplace. Local candidates are encouraged to apply.

Job Requirements:

• You have 3 to 7 years’ engineering experience; a master’s in structural engineering; and a professional engineer's license in the State of California.

• You have an interest in structural design that is oriented toward high-performance and sustainability.

• You have demonstrable technical expertise in building design/engineering:
o Mastery of statistics
o Good understanding of dynamic behavior of structures, including nonlinear behavior
o Good understanding current standards of practice: ASCE 7, ASCE 41, CBC, ACI, AISC, NDS
o Ability to solve engineering problems independently and catch errors before they impact a project
o Awareness of project budgets and the ability to wisely tailor your work to meet them
o Evidence that you can take independent, responsible charge of increasing proportions of a project
o Drawings, sketches, and details that convey your intent in design but that leaves little room for misinterpretation by the builder
o Reporting on your calculations or analyses employs visual elements of presentation to convey the significant aspects of your findings considering the audience for which they are prepared.

• Facility with AutoCAD, Revit, PERFORM-3D, RAM Structural System, RAM Concept, and RISA would be a plus.

• You enjoy collaborating with others to create positive contributions; you seek to grow your interpersonal skills and social intelligence.

• You are adaptable; you have a sense of pride in excellent performance and continually innovate for learning and improvement.

• You are self-challenging, practice questioning your assumptions and redefining problems.

• You are passionate about contributing to and supporting the long-term vision of the organization you belong to.

(Copyright 2017 Tipping Structural Engineers; all rights reserved and protected.)

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Judicial Council of California

The Judicial Council is the policymaking body of California's judicial branch. Under the leadership of the Chief Justice and in accordance with the California Constitution, the council is responsible for ensuring the consistent, independent, impartial, and accessible administration of justice.

Job Title: Engineering Specialist (JO# 4395)

Job Start Date: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Job Description:

The Judicial Council of California is currently recruiting for an Engineering Specialist in its Judicial Branch Capital Programs Office. The Judicial Branch Capital Program Office is responsible for business and planning, design and construction, risk management and quality compliance of the state’s courthouses.

The Engineering Specialist position with the Judicial Branch Capital Program of the Judicial Council of California will work in the Sacramento office. The primary roll of this position is to monitor and coordinate other inspectors and material testing laboratories performing work on Judicial Council facilities in the Southern California region. On an as needed basis, this position will also perform technical construction inspections of architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing elements during construction or alteration of judicial branch buildings and facilities. While it is imperative for this position to have construction inspection credentials and experience, approximately 70 percent (70%) of the position’s time will be spent in the office in a more analytical capacity.

This position will assist the Quality Manager to establish processes to ensure the permitting, commissioning, plan review, and inspection of construction projects as required by the Judicial Branch Capital Program Management Manual. Contribute to implementation of plan review software Bluebeam and project permitting software. Projects to be inspected will consist mostly of statewide facility modifications performed by the Facilities Management Unit (FMU). The annual budget for facility modification projects is $65 million for up to 6,000 projects per year in over 500 court facilities.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs inspections of building construction to determine the quality of workmanship and materials used conform to the Contract Documents and California Building Standards Codes requirements and manufacturer’s written installation instructions.
• All required inspections to include: 1) Earthwork, 2) Concrete Placement, 3) Steel Fabrication & Welding, 4) Masonry, 5) Wood & Light Gage Steel Framing, 6) Electrical Systems, and 7) Wet and Dry Mechanical Systems.
• Communicates to Judicial Council Capital Program and Facility Management project managers and/or facility management administrator processes to permit, commission, plan review, and inspect construction projects as required by the Judicial Branch Capital Program Management Manual and the California Building Standards Code.
• Maintain a detailed knowledge of the CA Building Standards Code and its referenced related codes and requirements.
• Communicate to project managers and facility management administrators the processes necessary to ensure construction quality and building safety.
• Studies project specifications and drawings to become familiar with projects prior to a notice to proceed is issued and ensures that supplement design direction is approved by the appropriate authorities, e.g. State Fire Marshal, prior to construction.
• Request proposals from firms under master contract with the Judicial Council to provide project inspection, materials testing and special inspections required by code and/or the approved construction documents on assigned projects.
• Work with project manager and/or facility management administrator to develop the need for and scope of services.
• Work within the plan review software Bluebeam as well as permitting software (similar to that used in municipal and county jurisdictions) to effectively manage documents and assure process are being followed.
• Perform accident investigation of damage and destruction events in court facilities.
• Upon assignment by the Facilities Analyst provide a field inspection and investigation of the cause and origin of a damage and destruction event.
• Provide the Facilities Analyst with a written report of the cause and origin, and an initial scope of work for necessary restoration.

Other Duties and Responsibilities:
• Work occasional evening and weekend hours.
• Required to travel (driving and flying) to assigned projects on an as needed basis.
• Respond to and assist Judicial Council staff with questions about current status or situation in a courthouse; physical observation is required.
• Requires 70% in office work.

HOW TO APPLY
To ensure consideration of your application for the earliest round of interviews, please apply by 5:00 p.m. Monday March 6, 2017. The Judicial Council of California requires the submission of our official application and resume to be considered for this job.

To complete an online application, please log into our website at http://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.

OR

To obtain a paper application, please download a copy from the Careers page of our website under the Special Access section and click on the Employment Application link. OR mail it to:

Judicial Council of California
Human Resources
455 Golden Gate Avenue, 5th Floor
San Francisco, California 94102-3660
415-865-4272 Telecommunications Device for the Deaf

Please refer to “Engineering Specialist, Job Opening # 4395” on your application materials and all correspondence.

The Judicial Council provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities who request such accommodation. Reasonable accommodation needs should be requested through Human Resources at (415) 865-4260.

PAY & BENEFITS
Monthly Salary Range: $5,406 - $7,568 per month
(* Starting salary $5,406 / $64,872 per year)

Some highlights of our benefits package include:

• Health/Dental/Vision benefits program
• 13 paid holidays per calendar year
• Choice of Annual Leave or Sick/Vacation Leave
• 1 personal holiday per year
• $130 transit pass subsidy per month
• CalPERS Retirement Plan
• 401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plans
• Employee Assistance Program
• Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
• FlexElect Program
• Long Term Disability Program (employee paid/optional)
• Group Legal Plan (employee paid/optional)

The Judicial Council of California Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Requirements:

QUALIFICATION
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree and one (1) year of experience providing support for technical facility and construction engineering; with ability to travel to job site. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
• 5 or more years of experience as a building inspector and plans examination
• Community college degree in Building Inspection Technology or equivalent education from a recognized institution
• Past experience in project management and using project permitting software
• ICC certifications in building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical codes, or an ICC combination certificate
• ICC certification in energy and accessibility
• Certified by the CA Division of the State Architect as a Certified Access Specialist

LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
Required Licenses and Certifications:
A valid California Class C Driver License is required to perform the job-essential functions of the position, and you must possess at least one of the following:
• By ICC as a Commercial Combination Inspector
• Valid Class ‘A’ Hospital Inspector certification from the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development
• Valid certification as a Class 1, General Inspector by the Division of the State Architect
• Possession of a Registered Construction Inspector (RCI) Certification from the American Construction Inspector’s Association.

OTHER
Please Note: If you are selected for hire, the Judicial Council of California will require verification of employment eligibility or authorization to legally work in the United States

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Judicial Council of California

The Judicial Council is the policymaking body of California's judicial branch. Under the leadership of the Chief Justice and in accordance with the California Constitution, the council is responsible for ensuring the consistent, independent, impartial, and accessible administration of justice.

Job Title: Engineering Specialist

Job Start Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Job Description:

OVERVIEW
The Judicial Council of California is currently recruiting for an Engineering Specialist in its Judicial Branch Capital Programs Office. The Judicial Branch Capital Program Office has responsibility for business and planning, design and construction, risk management, and quality compliance of the state’s courthouses.
The Engineering Specialist will perform technical construction inspections of architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing elements during construction or modification of judicial branch building and facilities. In addition, this position will monitor other inspectors and material testing laboratories performing work on Judicial Council facilities primarily in the Bay Area region of California. Furthermore, this position will assist the Quality Manager to establish processes to ensure the permitting, commissioning, plan review, and inspection of construction projects as required by the Judicial Branch Capital Program Management Manual as well as contribute to the implementation of plan review software Bluebeam and project permitting software.
This position will work in the San Francisco office. Approximately 70 percent (70%) of this postion’s time will be spent in the field. Projects to be inspected will consist mostly of statewide facility modifications performed by the Facilities Management Unit (FMU). The annual budget for facility modification projects is $65 million for up to 6,000 projects per year in over 500 court facilities.
RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs inspections of building construction to determine the quality of workmanship and materials used conform to the Contract Documents and California Building Standards Codes requirements and manufacturer’s written installation instructions;
• All required inspections to include: 1) Earthwork, 2) Concrete Placement, 3) Steel Fabrication & Welding, 4) Masonry, 5) Wood & Light Gage Steel Framing, 6) Electrical Systems, and 7) Wet and Dry Mechanical Systems.
• Communicates to Judicial Council Capital Program and Facility Management project managers and/or
facility management administrator processes to permit, commission, plan review, and inspect construction projects as required by the Judicial Branch Capital Program Management Manual and the California Building Standards Code.
• Maintain a detailed knowledge of the CA Building Standards Code and its referenced related codes and requirements;
• Communicate to project managers and facility management administrators the processes necessary to ensure construction quality and building safety;
• Studies project specifications and drawings to become familiar with projects prior to a notice to proceed is issued and ensures that supplement design direction is approved by the appropriate authorities, e.g. State fire Marshal, prior to construciton;
• Request proposals from firms under master contract with the Judicial Council to provide project inspection, materials testing and special inspections required by code and/or the approved construction documents on assigned projects;
• Work with project manager and/or facility management administrator to devlop the need for and scope of services;
• Work within the plan review software Bluebeam as well as permitting software (similar to that used in municipal and county jurisdictions) to effectively manage documents and assure process are being followed.
• Perform accident investigation of damage and destruction events in court facilities;
• Upon assignment by the Facilities Analyst provide a field inspection and investigation of the cause and origin of a damage and destruction event;
• Provide the Facilities Analyst with a written report of the cause and origin, and an initial scope of work for necessary restoration;

Other Duties and Responsibilities
• Work occasional evening and weekend hours.
• Required to travel (driving and flying) to assigned projects on a daily to weekly basis.
• Respond to assist Judicial Council staff with questions about current status or situation in a courthouse, where physical observation is required
• Requires 70% field work

Job Requirements:

QUALIFICATION
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree and one (1) year of experience providing support for technical facility and construction engineering; with ability to travel to job site. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
• 5 or more years of experience as a building inspector and plans examination
• Community college degree in Building Inspection Technology or equivalent education from a recognized institution
• Past experience in project management and using project permitting software
• ICC certifications in building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical codes, or an ICC combination certificate
• ICC certification in energy and accessibility
• Certified by the CA Division of the State Architect as a Certified Access Specialist
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
Required Licenses and Certifications:
A valid California Class C Driver License is required to perform the job-essential functions of the position, and you must possess at least one of the following:
• By ICC as a Commercial Combination Inspector
• Valid Class ‘A’ Hospital Inspector certification from the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development
• Valid certification as a Class 1, General Inspector by the Division of the State Architect
• Possession of a Registered Construction Inspector (RCI) Certification from the American Construction Inspector’s Association.

OTHER
Please Note: If you are selected for hire, the Judicial Council of California will require verification of employment eligibility or authorization to legally work in the United States

HOW TO APPLY
To ensure consideration of your application for the earliest round of interviews, please apply by 5:00 p.m. Monday March 6, 2017. The Judicial Council of California requires the submission of our official application and resume’ to be considered for this job.

To complete an online application, please visit our website at http://www.courts.ca.gov/careers.

OR

To obtain a paper application, please download a copy from the Careers page of our website under the Special Access section and click on the Employment Application link. OR mail it to:

Judicial Council of California
Human Resources
455 Golden Gate Avenue, 5th Floor
San Francisco, California 94102-3660
415-865-4272 Telecommunications Device for the Deaf

Please refer to “Engineering Specialist, Job Opening # 4394” on your application materials and all correspondence.

The Judicial Council provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities who request such accommodation.  Reasonable accommodation needs should be requested through Human Resources at (415) 865-4260.

PAY & BENEFITS
Monthly Salary Range: $5,406 - $7,568 per month
(* Starting salary $5,406 / $64,872 per year)

Some highlights of our benefits package include:

• Health/Dental/Vision benefits program
• 13 paid holidays per calendar year
• Choice of Annual Leave or Sick/Vacation Leave
• 1 personal holiday per year
• $130 transit pass subsidy per month
• CalPERS Retirement Plan
• 401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plans
• Employee Assistance Program
• Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
• FlexElect Program
• Long Term Disability Program (employee paid/optional)
• Group Legal Plan (employee paid/optional)

The Judicial Council of California Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Learn more about Judicial Council of California by visiting our website.

Learn more about this specific job by visiting this URL:
http://www.courts.ca.gov

SOHA Engineers

SOHA Engineers, a mid-sized structural engineering firm located in South Beach of San Francisco, specializing in structural and seismic design of commercial, government, transportation, and institutional facilities for both private and public clients. We are walking distance to AT&T Park, home of the SF Giants!

Job Title: Project Engineer

Job Start Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Job Description:

The Project Engineer will perform structural analysis and design of building structures, prepare construction documents including structural detailing and coordination with other disciplines, provide construction administration services, attend meetings and site visits.

Job Requirements:

The Project Engineer will have at least 2 - 4 years experience in structural/seismic design of buildings and structures, PE or SE license, good technical, verbal and written communication skills, able to work fairly independently, team player with interest in working in a collaborative and technically challenging environment.

Contact us about this job by sending email to employment@soha.com

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International Masonry Institute

The International Masonry Institute (IMI) is a strategic alliance between the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and the contractors who employ those members. Through education, technical support, research and training the IMI works to provide a more efficient construction delivery system.

Job Title: Director, Technical Education

Job Start Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Job Description:

Director of Industry Development & Technical Services
The International Masonry Institute (IMI) is seeking an experienced architect or engineer to join our team in the San Francisco area in the position of Director of Industry Development & Technical Services.
The director will:
• educate and advise designers and other project stakeholders regarding the performance of masonry in the building enclosure.
• plan and implement a targeted effort to work with appropriate decision makers to understand their needs and then provide the educational seminars, technical advice or plan review necessary to improve the use of masonry solutions in their projects.
• participate in team activities with other IMI experts to develop strategies and tools for specific subject areas such as sustainability, restoration and emerging technologies.
• establish programs with local universities to expand their masonry learning and knowledge
While design experience is required, IMI offers extensive technical training to incoming staff.
This position offers a very competitive salary and excellent benefits, such as fully paid health insurance and pension, as well as generous vacation and sick leave. If preferred, there is also the opportunity to work from a home office. Please send resumes to imijobs@imiweb.org

Job Requirements:

Desired level of experience is 3+ years of experience in structural design. Someone with a background in masonry sales will be considered.

Contact us about this job by sending email to imijobs@imiweb.org

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East Bay Municipal Utility District

East Bay Municipal Utility District's water system serves approximately 1.4 million people in a 331-square-mile area extending from Crockett on the north, southward to San Lorenzo (encompassing the major cities of Oakland and Berkeley), eastward from San Francisco to Walnut Creek, and south through the San Ramon Valley. Our wastewater system serves approximately 680,000 people in an 88-square-mile area of Alameda and Contra Costa counties along the Bay's east shore, extending from Richmond on the north, southward to Oakland.

Job Title: Associate Civil Engineer (Facilities Engineering)

Job Start Date: Monday, January 23, 2017

Job Description:

Associate Civil Engineer (Facilities Engineering)
$108,180 - $131,496 annually, plus excellent benefits, including retirement
Opens online at www.ebmud.com/jobs on Monday, January 16, 2017
Applications must be received by 4:30 PM, Friday, February 3, 2017

East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) is seeking a professional in the Facilities Engineering Section, part of the Engineering and Construction Department’s Engineering Services Division, to manage improvements to EBMUD’s occupied buildings infrastructure. Buildings include a mid-rise office building in downtown Oakland, a five-building campus of administrative and maintenance facilities in Oakland, and twenty facilities throughout EBMUD’s service area housing administrative, planning, engineering, operations, and maintenance staff. Responsibilities include project management, planning, engineering, preparation of contract documents for public works bidding and construction, management of consultant services, and construction management.

The ideal candidate will have experience in project management and engineering of improvements to occupied facilities, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a collaborative leadership style in concert with EBMUD’s values of teamwork, respect, integrity, and caring for fellow employees, customers, stakeholders and the environment.

The salary range is $9,015 per month increasing to $9,466, $9,939, $10,436, and $10,958 after 6, 18, 30, and 42 months, respectively.

Apply online at www.ebmud.com/jobs by 4:30 PM, Friday, February 3, 2017

EBMUD is an EOE: Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Disability

Job Requirements:

Requires a bachelor’s degree in an ABET-accredited civil or closely related engineering curriculum OR a California EIT Certificate; four years of professional civil and/or closely related engineering experience (subsequent to obtaining the degree), which is equivalent to two years of experience at EBMUD’s Assistant Engineer level; and California registration as a Professional Civil Engineer.

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Lund Opsahl

Lund Opsahl is a growing structural engineering firm located in the SODO neighborhood of Seattle and we are looking to expand our team of exceptional individuals. Lund Opsahl is known for its technical leadership and creative environment. We are a woman owned business and work on a wide range of project types.

Our clients are –

• developers
• architects
• contractors
• engineers
• local, state and federal government agencies

Client service and technical knowledge is the foundation of our practice and everything we do has its roots in that distinction.

Job Title: Engineer

Job Start Date: Friday, January 20, 2017

Job Description:

Currently we are looking for structural and design engineers. Please visit our website for additional information.

Job Requirements:

Please visit our website for additional information.

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Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc.

Founded in 1946, Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc. (B&B) provides a wide range of structural engineering services throughout the United States. Headquartered in Sacramento, California, B&B has regional offices in Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Francisco with our newest office in Silicon Valley opening February 2017.

Job Title: Mid-Level Structural Engineer

Job Start Date: Sunday, January 15, 2017

Job Description:

We are looking for a Structural Engineer committed to long term employment for our Los Angeles office. B&B offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), profit sharing, paid holidays, vacation and sick time, life insurance, and annual bonuses, as well as the opportunity for advancement.

Opportunities available in our Sacramento, San Francisco and Los Angeles offices as well.

Please submit cover letter, resume and references to resumes@bbse.com for immediate consideration.

Job Requirements:

Desired level of experience is 3+ years of experience in structural design and analysis, California P.E. preferred.

Contact us about this job by sending email to resumes@bbse.com

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KPW Structural Engineers, Inc.

Founded in 2007, KPW has experienced steady growth to reach our current level of 23 employees. From our scenic waterfront office location in Oakland’s vibrant Jack London Square district, our employees work on challenging projects in the academic, commercial, healthcare, high-tech, life sciences, retail, and residential markets. KPW encourages strong professional and career development while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. We foster a sense of teamwork which is supported through clearly defined and equitable profit sharing, internal training and education programs. Our firm’s size enables us to be big enough to handle large scale projects, while remaining small enough to maintain a relaxed and casual atmosphere that allows ample opportunities for personal interaction with our experienced principals and associates.

Job Title: Project Engineer

Job Start Date: Thursday, December 22, 2016

Job Description:

KPW is committed to diversity in the workplace and we place particular importance on enthusiastic people who are motivated and dedicated to developing their careers as structural engineering design professionals. Minimum qualifications are a B.S. in Civil or Architectural Engineering. Master’s Degree is preferred for entry-level positions and PE or SE licensure is a plus.

Job Requirements:

KPW is seeking staff engineers with 0-3 years of experience and licensed project engineers with 3-10 years of experience.

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Holmes Structures

Holmes Structures is a California structural engineering firm, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. We are part of the New Zealand based Holmes Group, with offices around the Pacific Rim.

Compelled by the possibilities, we are relentlessly pursuing Why – to create what is Best. We ask great questions, do great thinking, and deliver beautiful design.

Holmes pushes boundaries. We put no limits on individual potential. Basing rewards and advancement on achievements and entrepreneurship, not just seniority. This also means taking an imaginative and resourceful approach to projects, challenging established convention, and using cutting-edge technologies. If you are a person who pushes the boundaries – in your achievements, interests, and abilities – then we want you as part of our energetic and collaborative teams.

Job Title: Project Engineer

Job Start Date: Monday, November 21, 2016

Job Description:

We are seeking structural engineers with 5+ years design experience for our San Francisco and Los Angeles offices; M.S. degree in Structural Engineering and PE license are preferred.

Job Requirements:

Job Requirements:
 5+ years working in the field of structural engineering
 B.S. and/or M.S. in Civil / Structural Engineering
 Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in California
 Seismic design experience or education
 Coaching/mentoring skills
 Presentation skills to contribute to team talks, technical sessions and project presentations
 Computer software skills: Advanced MS Excel, Intermediate ETABS, SAP, Risa (or equivalent)
 Sound technical skills: understands structural engineering design principles
 Curious; Helpful; Resourceful; Pragmatic

Send your resume with cover letter to hr@holmesstructures.com

Contact us about this job by sending email to christine.hall@holmesstructures.com

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Mar Structural Design

Job Title: Commensurate with Experience

Job Start Date: Monday, October 3, 2016

Job Description:

Mar Structural Design is looking for skilled and enthusiastic engineers. If you are inspired to invent and create in an exciting and collaborative environment, please e-mail us a thoughtful note telling us about yourself. We are a mission-driven firm on the forefront of performance-based seismic design and sustainable design. Excellent engineering skills are expected along with a commitment to continual learning.

Job Requirements:

Our ideal candidate has at least four years of design office experience, a Master’s degree in structural engineering, and is licensed in California. S/he enjoys working collaboratively, thrives on reciprocal learning, and demonstrates a knack for seeing the “whole project”. Architectural training, experience in designing in several structural materials, the ability to create thoughtful design details, and an interest in high-performance seismic and sustainable design, are all considered pluses. This is an opportunity to shape both your career and our robust growing firm.

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