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8/19/2018
Will consider entry level candidates. Prefer professional engineer. BSCE to analyze existing steel constructed buildings and crane runway support structures and...
Source: Simmers Crane Design & Services
8/19/2018
Structural Engineer - EIT. The Structural EIT will work under close supervision of a Senior Engineer to assist on plans and designs of structural engineering...
Source: Stantec
8/19/2018
The Staff Engineer / Architect I position is the entry level position for degreed professional staff with less than two years of relevant work experience....
Source: WDP & ASSOCIATES
8/19/2018
Direct from a higher level engineer. This position is also posted at the Engineer 3 and Engineer 4 level. Level of Work:....
Source: Louisiana State Government
8/19/2018
And mentoring entry level engineers. Experienced mentoring other engineers. Experienced Senior Civil/Structural Engineer with P.E....
Source: APTIM
8/19/2018
Able to serve in role as a mentor for entry level and new teammates. Ability to deliver presentations of Hargrove Engineers + Constructors services....
Source: Hargrove Engineers + Constructors
8/19/2018
Cut metal plates or structural shapes. Connect cables from welding unit to obtain amperage, voltage, slope, and pulse, as specified by Welding Engineer....
Source: Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
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