• Sparks, MD, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Comprehensive Benefits Package

Hillis-Carnes Engineering Associates (HCEA) is an ENR Top 500, regional, 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.

We are currently seeking a full-time Structural/Geostructural Senior Project Engineer to join our team in our Sparks, MD office.

This exciting and dynamic position requires excellence in the following competencies: .

  • Client Management: Enhance our client satisfaction ratings by providing thorough, professional service and maintaining communication to develop long term relationships.
  • Engineering Competence: Must have practical understanding and experience in reinforced concrete design with emphasis on foundations, retaining walls, and support of excavation (SOE), and misc. structures. The work will involve design and some field work.
  • Project Management: Must be experienced in project management, with the ability to control schedules, budgets, resources, and provide the highest level of client services.

Job Requirements

  • Skills to collaborate and interface with Staff, Management, and Clients
  • Working knowledge of geotechnical analysis and design preferred
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant experience in Structural/Geostructural Engineering
  • PE license required

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package, including health, disability, life, 401k with company match, employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), generous paid time off and more.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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