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Lead Forensic Structural Engineer

Full Time

Website ENGIONIX


We are a team of talented professionals, engineers, and consultants who are builders, problem solvers, and champions for both our communities and clients. Our mission is to empower every employee who strives to make a lasting, positive impact for the future of our communities.


Join us and take charge of your career, creating your own growth while building a sustainable legacy for generations to come. As part of our team, you’ll discover limitless opportunities to make meaningful contributions while advancing professionally. You’ll work with diverse and talented group of individuals committed to making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work.


If you are a Structural Engineer aiming to grow your career within forensics structural assessments & inspections, then our Lead Forensics Structural Engineer opportunity will provide you with a fulfilling position having you take full ownerships of projects, while building the team around you. This position can be based in the following Florida offices: Tampa, Hollywood, Fort Myers, or Orlando.


As our Lead Forensics Structural Engineer, you will manage structural forensic engineering assignments, perform forensic engineering assessments, provide verbal/written reports for insurance carriers, attorneys, homeowners, property manager, etc. You will also serve as an expert for multiple litigation cases. This requires constant travel within 150 miles of your office location and occasional travel for work with other office locations/staff or geographic regions. You will be exposed to a variety of field conditions that include, but not limited to, ladders, walking on a variety of roof coverings, accessing roof attic or floor crawlspaces, walking, and assessing interior and exterior conditions.


Responsibilities


Other Responsibilities include:



  • Communication with clients before and after site visit and post report production, to review/clarify scopes and explain observations and findings.

  • Perform on-site interviews with a variety of individuals to collect histories, data, concerns, etc.

  • Photograph site conditions with an eye to explain conditions and determining cause of loss.

  • Review codes, standards, research and apply critical formulation of facts to develop conclusions that assist clients resolve concerns and are defensible.

  • Maintain good project data management/storage practices.

  • Supervise, when appropriate, junior engineer (EIs) in field work, report development, and research.

  • Develop reports that outline site observations, applicable codes, standards, findings, and conclusions.

  • Testify in legal proceeding, when required, in correlation to work product.


Qualifications


If you possess the following experience & qualifications, then we would love to learn more about you!



  • B.S. Degree in Civil, Structural, or Architecture Engineering.

  • M.S. Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering is preferred.

  • 4+ years of relevant structural design engineering experience (Buildings, Bridges, etc).

  • Residential and/or Commercial inspection & assessment experience is a plus.

  • Knowledge of building codes and standards and construction practices is required. Litigation experience is a plus.

  • Professional Engineering (PE) license in Florida, or ability to obtain one within 6 months of start date.


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