Hillis-Carnes
  • Annapolis Junction, MD, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Hillis-Carnes Engineering Associates is a top tier, multi-disciplined engineering firm with advanced capabilities in geotechnical and geostructural engineering, environmental consulting, specialty construction, construction materials engineering and testing, and third-party inspections.

At HCEA, we can contribute our continuing success to multiple facets, but above all we are successful because of our knowledgeable, ambitious, and reliable employees who make every day count.


HCEA is seeking an engineering or architecture professional with experience in building sciences, investigation, and design and repair of building envelope systems. The intent of this position is to support existing business and assist with growth and diversification of our current business.


General Duties and Responsibilities:

Participate independently and as part of a team in the performing various building diagnostics, including: but are not limited to, building envelope assessments, roofing- faade- waterproofing condition assessment, litigation support, field testing, and distress studies. Perform and/or direct field investigations, including moisture intrusion, non-destructive testing and fenestration/faade testing. Assist with design construction documents related to roof replacement, building enclosure refurbishment, glazed assembly replacement, and associated building enclosure remediation work. Participate in development of peer reviews of construction documents, protocols, Scopes of Work, and other similar documents associated with building envelope design and repair/restoration. Work closely with project teams and clients in developing construction documents (e.g.: plans, sections, details, technical specifications) related to building envelope assemblies. Participate in technical tasks related to Building Enclosure Commissioning. Prepare technical reports, develop technical presentations, and participate in the development of other technical content in conformance with NOVA's quality and professional standards and policies. Assist with business development including establishing new clients, furthering relationships with existing clients, participating in professional organizations, and actively participating in the implementation of marketing strategies. Participate in complex building enclosure/facility projects. Project management on small-to-mid size projects including establishing project teams, objectives, schedules, project-specific safety plans, and management of project deliverables. Develop scopes of service, establish project budgets, prepare proposals, and participate in client presentations. Actively participate in technical and professional associations. Play a leadership role in HCEA's market for building enclosure consulting and testing services group. Requirements: 5+ years of Building Envelope, Roofing, Facilities, and/or Waterproofing consulting. Valid driver's license with acceptable violation history. Experience working on elevated work platforms and walking surfaces including ground supported and suspended scaffolding as well as aerial boom and scissor lifts associated with access of mid- to high-rise building facades and roofs.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of Building Envelope, Roofing, Facilities, and/or Waterproofing consulting.
  • Valid driver's license with acceptable violation history.
  • Experience working on elevated work platforms and walking surfaces including ground supported and suspended scaffolding as well as aerial boom and scissor lifts associated with access of mid- to high-rise building facades and roofs.

Qualifications:

  • Candidates should have around 5 years' experience with a degree in architecture, engineering, or building sciences and a background providing services on residential and commercial projects.
  • Professional registration is preferred but not required.
  • IIBEC designation as an RRO, REWO, RRC, RWC, REWC or similar certification or experience.
  • Air Barrier Association of America "ABAA," ABAA Inspector, Certified EIFS Inspector,
  • AAMA Fenestration Master, AAMA Fenestration Associate, Certified Thermographer, or similar certificates are a plus.
  • Working knowledge of building enclosure systems, including more in-depth experience in one or more of the following: roofing, wall claddings, glazed assemblies, waterproofing, hygrothermal modeling, and building enclosure diagnostic testing. Must have a working knowledge of basic structural systems.

Experience in building enclosure restoration and consulting involving managing bulk water, water vapor transmission, air leakage, and thermal transmission

Hillis-Carnes is proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer and offer an appealing benefit package. A few of these perks include: 100% Employer-Paid Benefits (Long-Term Disability, Basic Life & Employee Assistance Program), Health (W/ Health Savings Account Option), Disability, 401k w/ Company Match, Generous Compensation for Employee-Referrals, Tuition Reimbursement and many more!

Need another reason to join in on the success? We offer an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) in which employees are given shares in the company, held in an outside trust. The more successful the company is, the more valuable the shares become.

For the past three years, Engineering News-Record named Hillis-Carnes to its ranking of Top 500 Design Firms in the nation for its continued rapid growth.

Want to grow with us? Apply now!

Minorities and Women are encouraged to apply.


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