Feb 092016


Company Information

REID MIDDLETON, INC., is a civil and structural engineering firm with a 60-year history of service to public and private clients throughout the Pacific Rim, including Hawaii and Alaska. We are headquartered in Everett, Washington with additional offices in Spokane, WA; San Diego, CA; Anchorage, AK; and Honolulu, HI. We have a culture of hard working and highly motivated people who are committed to each other’s success. We believe in flexible work schedules, celebrating our successes, and enjoying our time away from work.

Our firm’s market-focused organization includes a diverse portfolio of Aviation, Civic/Municipal, Commercial, Education, Healthcare, Industrial, Military, Transportation, and Waterfront projects. Please refer to www.reidmiddleton.com for more information about our portfolio.

Entry Level Engineers, Structural Engineering
Location: San Diego, CA

The steady growth of our structural engineering practice has created opportunities for challenging design, professional development, and professional growth in our San Diego, CA, office.

We are looking for a highly qualified and motivated entry-level engineers (Designers) to join our structural engineering team.

Requirements for this position include the following:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering.
• Licensing as an Engineer-In-Training.
• Knowledge of AutoCAD and Microsoft Office software.
• Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering (preferred).
• Experience with structural analyses and design software such as Visual Analyses, ETABS, SAP, SAFE, Perform 3D, and Revit Building Information Modeling (BIM) software (preferred).

The successful candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to participate within a team of engineers and drafters to engage in structural analysis and design of structural systems in concrete, wood, masonry, and steel.

The candidate must have the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and the ability to work independently as well. We are looking for problem solvers.


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