Engineer - Civil/Structural
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Engineer – Civil/Structural
Idaho Falls, ID, US
Perform analysis, modeling, and simulation of civil/structural and mechanical systems and components. Perform linear and nonlinear, static, and dynamic analysis of such factors as stress, force, and material plasticity. Compare results to the provisions of governing codes, standards, and orders. Perform seismic analysis of structures. Provide support to design teams in the development of design requirements, alternative analyses, equipment selection and sizing, vendor equipment summaries and evaluations, specifications, drawings, supporting analyses and calculations and engineering design files. Provide support to Safety Analyses through simulation of postulated accidents and their structural/mechanical consequences.
This position supports the Department of Energy customer scope in nuclear facilities primarily. While not required, experience in the nuclear field and related construction and structural knowledge is preferred. Accountable for own safety, must promote safety, and integrate safety in the workplace and all aspect of engineering duties.
Apply advanced principles, theories, and concepts. Contribute to the development of new principles and concepts. Develop solutions to complex problems or create innovations through adaptation of emerging technological developments or processes. Work under consultative direction toward predetermined goals. Determine and pursue courses of action necessary to obtain desired results. Serve as organization spokesperson on specialized topics within an area of expertise (e.g., component design and analyses are primarily with steel (and alloys), and concrete. Knowledge of roadways and welding are beneficial and desired). Plan and conduct efforts on complex assignments or projects. Review progress and evaluate results. May lead or direct major complex projects. Evaluate progress and results and recommend changes in processes and procedures
Minimum Qualification Requirements (Education/Experience):
Applicable bachelor’s degree plus 10 years of relevant experience.
Developing rapport and working relations with project personnel (customer, Drafting, Quality and Procurement, Crafts) is expected; Customer service and abilities for personal interaction should be made evident
Special Requirements/Training (Optional):
Prefer minimum 13 years of technical experience performing design and analysis
Prefer master’s degree in civil engineering with structural or geotechnical emphasis
Must have experience using structural/stress analysis and finite element analysis tools (STAAD.Pro and RISA preferred). Must be able to obtain an "L" Security clearance (depending on project requirements and approval).
License(s) or Certification(s) Required:
Professional Engineer License in the State of Idaho, or able to obtain license within an agreed period of time.
Environmental, Safety, and Health Statement:
Must be familiar with, and comply with, all relevant health and safety requirements. Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving unsafe work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals.
MarCom offers health, dental and company paid vision insurance, a company paid life insurance policy, paid time off, holiday pay and a 401(K) with a generous match.
AddressIdaho Falls, ID
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