T.Y. Lin International

Assistant Structural Engineer

US-NY-New York
4 weeks ago(12/26/2017 2:55 PM)
Req No.
2017-1899
Discipline
Civil Engineering

Overview

The Assistant Engineer will perform Structural and Civil Engineering designs and analysis for bridge, surface transportation and transit rail infrastructure projects in accordance with design specifications and guidelines under direction of senior engineers. Clients will include bridge, street and utility work for New York City Department of Transportation, New York State Department of Transportation, NYC Department of Design and Construction, and Port Authority of NY/NJ. Transit work may include work for New York City Transit, Port Authority/PATH, New Jersey Transit and/or other Railroads.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the design and production of transportation contract documents.
  • Assist in the inspection of elements of transportation-related structures (bridges, retaining walls, drainage structures, transit facilities) and development of inspection reports
  • Perform calculations and analyses
  • Follow operations through a series of related details, steps or processes using design criteria and established engineering formulas
  • Adjust and correlate data, research code issues and document findings
  • Create plans and drawings using Microstation and/or AutoCAD
  • Organize and maintain project files
  • Additional duties as assigned

Qualifications

Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering (Master’s degree is a plus), Engineer in Training certificate a plus. 1 to 4 years relevant experience which may include applicable internships working on transportation-related design projects. Must have working knowledge of Microstation and/or AutoCAD. Excellent oral and written communication skills are a plus.

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