Structural Engineer

Structural Engineer.

Structural Engineer

Milwaukee

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$70000 - $85000 per year

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Permanent

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structural engineering

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I am seeking qualified Structural Engineer to join an exciting client of mine. The ideal candidate will have experience in Autodesk, AutoCAD, or similar software and the ability to create structural plans and details. The candidate will work closely with a team of engineers to support platform projects for a variety of customers and uses.

Responsibilities/Duties:

● Create structural drawings and details using CAD software (2D & 3D)

● Perform structural design and analysis calculations

● Create and evaluate structural analysis models

● Coordinate project information with Sales and Project Management staff

Education/Experience:

● Bachelor's degree in Civil (Structural) or Architectural Engineering

● 2-5 years of professional experience in an engineering role

● Experience in Autodesk software, esp. AutoCAD, Revit, Navisworks

● Experience in structural modeling and analysis, esp. RISA 3D

● EIT (preferred)

Benefits:

● Health, dental, and vision insurance

● 401k plan with company matching

● Annual company performance bonus

● Upward mobility

● Professional and casual office environment

● Flexible hours, great work-life balance

● Generous PTO

● Career Development - Education and training opportunities

● Company outings and activities

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Craig Wood

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