Skills: Civil Engineering
Experience: 10 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Taylorsville, Utah, United States
Structure. That's what is needed in order to form a solid foundation. To better plan and prepare for the future. What we do is more than building roads and bridges, we workevery dayto make the world better for everyone.
As a vital member of our Salt Lake City team, you'll have the opportunity to work on transportation projects that focus on bridges and other transportation structure designs. Working alongside a team of technicians and engineers, you'll be responsible for creating drawings and simulations using software tools and resources supporting our clients' overall project goals.
By joining Jacobs, as our Bridge Design Engineer you will serve in a lead technical role on bridge design projects and perform complex structural planning, analysis and design for all structural aspects of transportation (bridges) projects. You may serve in the lead role for transportation projects and serve as a representative of Jacobs at meetings, presentations, and public hearings/reviews relative to assigned projects.
Other duties may include estimating project costs, contract negotiations, overseeing and ensuring that project quality, schedule, and budget requirements are met. Key focuses are business development, client presentations, and proposal preparation for some of the most complex bridge projects in the Southwest.
If you are ready to bridge the gap between the world and its people, join Jacobs. Let's build for a brighter future together.
Here's What You'll Need:
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and/or Structural Engineering
At least 10 years' experience, predominantly in bridge design and construction
Understanding of technical standards for design, construction and maintenance
Previous experience in discipline(s) relevant to design, including complex civil structures and bridge design
Significant experience on large, multidisciplinary Design and Construct and Alliance projects
Knowledge of the local environment in Utah