Structural Engineer for Consulting Management Inspection Design, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Three (3) positions available.

Requires travel within central Indiana: day travel only, approximately 10-20% of the time, for site visits.

The Structural Engineer will:

  • Under guidance of senior Professional Engineers, progressively develop the ability to perform calculations in service of projects:
    • Understand and develop gravity loading
    • Understand and develop lateral loading, including wind and seismic
    • Apply loads to a given structure, perform analysis to develop efficient member sizes
    • Verify stability of structure
    • Trace load paths from roof or upper levels, through the overall structure, to foundations
    • Review geotechnical information and perform foundation design calculations
    • Develop subterranean structures soil, water, and superimposed equivalent fluid loading
    • Apply subterranean loading to perform analysis of subterranean structures, including vaults, tanks and deep wells.
    • Apply analysis and design to produce drawings which clearly communicate member sizes and relationships for the use of construction personnel
    • Perform connection design, and develop drawings and project details which clearly convey design intent for the use of construction personnel
    • Assist in quality assurance reviews, to ensure any design errors or flaws are eliminated prior to the issue of construction documentation
  • Begin to develop an understanding of project delivery systems, including operational design and delivery of segmented projects for clients, including sub-consultant teams.
  • Under guidance of senior Professional Engineers, progressively develop ongoing project construction administration skills:
    • Receive, file, review and apply disposition to project required submittals in a timely manner
    • Review and respond to contractor requests for information a timely manner
    • Perform field observations to ensure actual construction meet intent of drawings and specifications; develop and file reports
    • Review and accept testing and other specified criteria for Owner acceptance
    • Understand construction schedules and scheduling, work to resolve any issues which impinge on meeting deadlines
  • Develop understanding of budgets, work toward incorporating efficiencies and quality improvements into work tasks on an ongoing basis
  • Maintain/Develop client relationships as exposed to clients in meetings and communication

Minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in structures.
  • Willingness to pursue/obtain a Professional Engineering (PE) license.

Salary:  $68,000-92,000/year, depending on experience and qualifications

Apply: Submit resume to CMID: Dave Steiner, 941 N. Meridian St., Suite C, Indianapolis, IN 46204.