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On behalf of our US client we are currently looking for a Civil Structural Engineers 3. This position will begin as a contract role working remotely with the opportunity to be converted to a full-time employee after approximately 6 months, based on individual performance.
Applies technical knowledge, insight, reasoning, and decision making to perform civil structural analyses of Nuclear Safety-Related and Non-Safety-Related SSCs. Candidates should possess a strong analytical background, and be proficient in finite element analysis.
Uses structural engineering tools and implements appropriate standards to analyze, and review Nuclear Safety-Related and Non-Safety-Related SSCs including linear and nonlinear structural analyses for various material types (concrete, steel, etc).
Interacts with other disciplines and structural engineering consultants in an effort to allow effective coordination of design activities and resolution of technical problems. Individuals should possess or acquire general knowledge of principles and practices of related fields in order to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
Develops requirements documents, methodology documents, design reports, and studies.
Possess strong written and oral communication skills and routinely interacts with contractors and/or regulatory bodies.
Performs other duties as assigned
A minimum of a S. degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited school. An advanced degree is preferred. A registered professional engineer license (P.E.) is strongly preferred.
Minimum of 5 years of nuclear/non-nuclear experience as a Structural Design Engineer, Advance degree may offset some years of experience. Additional required experience in the following areas:
Design and analysis of structures, including concrete and steel, use of design software and finite element method analyses.
Working with the following codes: ASCE 43, ASCE 4, ACI 349 & 318, ASCE 7, IBC, and AISC N690, Steel Construction Manual and Seismic Design Manual.
Use of ANSYS plus normal office software. The use of SASSI and SAP2000 is preferred.
Computer programing skills (e.g. Matlab, or Python) is not required, but preferred.
Eligible to work under Department of Energy 10 CFR Part 810.