• Senior Structural Engineer – Bridge and Structures Design

    Job Locations US-NY-NYC
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Ranked among the nation's top 10 Construction Managers by Engineering News-Record, The LiRo Group provides construction management, engineering, environmental, architectural, and program management solutions for a broad range of public and private sector clients.

    Responsibilities

    Our Design Engineering division has an immediate need for a Senior Structural Engineer to build, lead and manage a group dedicated to bridges and structures, inspection, assessment and design.  Responsibilities include both project management and technical tasks.  In addition to design engineering duties, the individual will also assist in the preparation of technical proposals.

    Qualifications

    Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering and at least 15 years of experience in the design of bridges, retaining walls, foundations or other structures.  License as a New York State Professional Engineer required.  Experience leading a structural inspection/assessment and structural design team and contributing to proposal preparation efforts preferred. Qualified candidates will possess knowledge and experience in the following areas:

    • Structural bridges, retaining walls and foundation design software
    • Inspection and assessment of bridges, retaining walls and buildings
    • Geotechnical assessment/design
    • Managing projects to meet budget and schedule requirements
    • Experience with key public agencies including NYSDOT, NYCDOT, NYCDDC, NYCDPR, NYCEDC, PANY&NJ, NCDPW, SCDPW

    We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience, a comprehensive benefits package and a positive work environment. 

    Please visit our website for all of our career opportunities at: https://careers-liro.icims.com

    Equal Opportunity Employer

     

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