Structural Engineer - Darien

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Structural Engineer

Wight & Company is a leading Architectural, Engineering and Construction firm that has been rated by the Chicago Tribune as one of Chicago’s Top Workplaces!

Wight brings together experts from different disciplines to work collaboratively as a single unit. We continue to pioneer new ways to meld our world-class capabilities and sustainable design principles to create exceptional, enduring spaces for our clients. We value honesty and integrity – with each other, with our trade partners and with our clients. Our firm places emphasis on teamwork – listening, contributing, guiding and learning.

We are growing our building engineering team and we currently seek a mid-level Structural Engineer to join our team in our Darien office location.  This individual will be a structural lead Engineer for the design of building projects.
 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Integral member of a collaborative design process with Architects, Engineers and Construction professionals in an integrated work environment
  • Provide structural engineer design, analysis, drawing production and construction administration services for a wide variety of building types
  • Involvement in projects from inception through construction under various project delivery methods
  • Research and implementation of new technologies, systems and materials in award winning projects

Requirements:

  • 6 - 10 years building structural engineering experience
  • BS and MS Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering
  • PE or SE license preferred
  • Revit Structure experience preferred
  • RAM Structural System, SAP2000, Enercalc experience preferred
  • Strong communication/presentation skills a must

We offer great benefits, a friendly work environment and state-of-the-art offices. Team players and self-motivators with a solid engineering background are encouraged to apply.  Visit our website at www.wightco.com and send your resume in confidence to (email hidden; JavaScript is required).