Martin/Martin, Inc. is looking for a structural engineer to join our Investigative Engineering Group in the Lakewood, Colorado office. This structural engineer will work for multiple project managers on various project types within the investigative team, with opportunities to gain experience in all aspects of structural investigations including historic preservation, concrete repair and restoration, fall protection/façade access, forensic analysis, seismic retrofit, repair and remodel work.
A typical work week can include field investigations, non-destructive testing, analysis, development of reports and repair details, and site visits during construction. Projects are typically in the Rocky Mountain Region but can sometimes take us nationally, offering the opportunity to travel. The position allows for interactions with property/facility managers, building owners, and contractors early in your career along with opportunities for marketing activities.
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.
Company benefits include paid overtime or comp time, 401k match and profit sharing, employer-paid healthcare options, flextime, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and opportunities for ownership. See more of our Benefits here. The office is located on the west side of Denver allowing for quick access to both the city and the mountains. Our staff typically spend less time in traffic and more time with family and friends!
- 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
- Good knowledge of building and design codes
- Excellent time-management and organizational skills
- Self-motivated and able to work independently for extended periods of time
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Committed to client service and a team-based approach
- 3-5 years of progressive structural engineering experience
- Master’s degree in Architectural, Civil, or Structural Engineering
- Experience using Autodesk Revit to produce building construction documents
- Demonstrated ability to design, detail, coordinate, and model projects
- Experience in analyzing structures using SAP, ETABS, or RAM
- Completed several repair or renovation projects