Martin/Martin is interested in hiring an Engineer to join the Investigative Group in our Lakewood, Colorado office. The successful candidate will have a wide array of responsibilities including; site observations of existing systems, evaluating structural and wall performance, performing analysis and generating designs. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to develop a broad range of skills including thermal analysis, parametric modeling, seismic retrofit, and non-destructive testing techniques. The position will involve ten to twenty hours per week on project sites performing observations, documenting construction, and performing testing. The position involves direct communication with owners, property managers, and contractors along with marketing and business development activities.
The successful candidate will join a collaborative team of engineers, architects, and technicians working to solve issues on existing structures and systems, developing unique solutions. Project types will range from small residential to large commercial and institutional buildings. Our projects are predominately in the Rocky Mountain Region, but with opportunities to work throughout the United States.
We operate in a fast-paced environment and strive to support a culture that is collaborative, innovative, and creative. Each project presents unique challenges and opportunities to learn and grow as an engineer. The successful candidate will develop expertise in a broad range of investigative engineering, with the opportunity to specialize if desired.
Our office is located in Lakewood, Colorado at the base of the Rocky Mountains providing access to many year-round outdoor activities. Additionally, our employees enjoy a wide array of benefits found on our careers home page.
- Bachelor’s degree in Architectural, Civil, or Structural Engineering
- EIT certification or currently registered as a Professional Engineer in Colorado
- 2 years of progressive structural engineering experience
- Strong knowledge of building and design codes
- Strong organizational skills
- Self-motivated and able to work independently for extended periods of time
- Demonstrates strong commitment to continued personal growth and development in all aspects of their work including involvement in industry organizations, developing technical proficiency, and business development
- Ability to compose reports, evaluate data, and effectively communicate with clients
- Committed to client service and a team-based approach
- 3 to 5 years of progressive structural engineering design experience preferred.
- Master’s degree in Architectural, Civil, or Structural Engineering
- Demonstrated ability to design, detail, coordinate, and model projects
- Experience using Autodesk Revit to produce building construction documents.
- Experience in analyzing structures using SAP, ETABS, or RAM
- Completed several repair or renovation projects
- Capable of working from scaffolding and lifts at elevated heights
- Knowledge of construction standards and practices.