Structural (Bridge) Engineering Specialist - 2890

Transportation and Infrastructure New York, New York Newark, New Jersey


Description

STV currently has an opening in either our New York City or Newark, NJ offices for a Structural Engineering (Bridge Design) Specialist for our Transportation & Infrastructure division.  The preferred candidate will be at a senior-level for bridge design and engineering. The responsibilities of the position include serving in the lead technical role for the planning, analysis, design, and detailing of bridge projects ranging from conventional to complex bridge types,

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Coordinate technical requirements of Bridge and other heavy structures with Bridge engineers, civil engineers, architects, etc.
  • Provide leadership for Design-Bid Build and/or Design-Build bridge practice sub-discipline
  • Condition inspection of Bridges and other heavy structures, including writing reports and developing rehabilitation and repair recommendations.
  • Performing studies and developing cost estimates for new Bridge and structure installations and rehabilitation options for existing ones.

The ideal candidates will have:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering required
  • NYS/NYC and/or NJTA, PANY&NJ and NJDOT design experience
  • Design-Build experience
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Experience with AutoCAD, Microstation, MS Office, FEA

As a matter of policy and to protect STV’s colleagues, clients and business partners, STV requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of such vaccination to STV as of the start date of their employment.

STV considers all applicants for employment without regard to actual or perceived age; arrest or conviction record; caregiver status; citizenship status; race; color; credit history; creed, disability; sex; gender; gender identity or expression; hairstyle; immigration status; marital status; military, uniformed service, or veteran status; ancestry or national origin; creed; citizenship status; partnership status; disability; pre-employment marijuana testing; pregnancy; race; religion; salary history; sexual and reproductive health decisions; sexual orientation; status as victim of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking; unemployment status; or any additional category or characteristic that is protected as defined by applicable federal law, the New York State Human Rights Law, and New York City Human Rights Law, as amended from time to time.