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Bachelorís degree in structural/civil engineering
9+ years progressive related experience.
Prior experience working in a Nuclear Quality and Safety Environment.
Ability to independently execute the detailed design of complex steel and/or concrete structures.
Thorough knowledge and application of the AISC Steel Construction Manual, ACI 318, and ASCE 7.
Proficient in the use of structural analysis software such as SAP 2000, GTSTRUDL or ANSYS.
Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Mathcad.
Thorough knowledge of engineering deliverables, such as drawings, specifications, and material requisitions and construction methods for concrete and steel structures.
Understands the work processes of other disciplines and departments on projects.
Ability to express technical issues in a clear and concise manner, both written and verbally.
Ability to resolve design issues with subordinate suppliers, other engineering disciplines, construction, and the client.
Excellent listening, oral and written communication, planning, and organizational skills are essential.
Must be able to complete and pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check which includes verification of employment and education.
Must be able to obtain a site security badge for access to the worksite.
Proficient in the use of Mathcad or similar software.
Thorough knowledge of the provisions of ACI 349, AISC N690, ASCE 4-98, ASCE 7, and IBC codes.
Familiar with standard programs, such as ME-035, Base Plate II.
Experience in the structural design of Nuclear and/or DOE facilities.
Ability to obtain U.S. Professional Engineering (PE) license.
Experience with managing discipline software life cycle documentation.
Necessary skills to present technical subjects with competence and confidence.
Experience in resolving field problems associated with FCNs, FCRs, NCRs, CDRs, and/or SDDRs.