Engineer III – Structural
SUMMARY:This position is responsible for designing and the initiating of layouts for projects. Responsibilities include: develop scope and details for structural and architectural components of complex structures and buildings; develop and prepare construction documents for assigned projects; evaluate existing buildings for structural and architectural conformance to current building codes and requirements of the food processing industry; review and approve consulting engineers and architect's construction documents; provide continuous effective project design management from inception through construction.Other duties include: provide CSA design, organize drafting resources, and be responsible for the accuracy and thoroughness of the final construction documents; coordinate and ensure Tyson company objectives regarding capacity, operability, economics, and timelines; perform and document thorough code reviews including all local and state building code requirements; provide conceptual designs and review preliminary designs for new projects; provide, review, and approve construction documents including design calculations, detailed drawings, and specifications for renovations, additions, and new facilities; ensure document and project coordination between all disciplines; provide structural and architectural evaluations and provide written reports of existing buildings and structures; design, detail, and specify architectural components to achieve complete thermal and moisture barriers. Position will also design and specify doors, hardware schedules and frame details; develop detailed scope of work and request for proposal documentation for consulting architectural and engineering services and design build projects; review and approve consulting engineers and architect's construction documents; function as project manager on assigned projects; maintain knowledge of economical building systems in conjunction with durability requirements for the food processing industry.Additional duties include: prepare estimates for design and construction, personnel requirements, project budget and time schedule; ensure all engineering projects, initiatives, and processes are in conformance with Tyson's established policies, objectives, and standards; review and approve construction shop drawings and product submittals for conformance to construction documents; perform construction site visits and provide reports of construction progress and deficiencies; support and develop corporate standards and details including inter-discipline standards; maintain professional registration as required.REQUIREMENTS:Education: Accredited Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Architecture or equivalent experience.Experience: 8+ years applicable experience with a minimum of 2 years' experience in the food processing industry preferred; professional registration (by NCEE or AIA approved examination) required.Computer Skills: Knowledge and use of computer programs and spreadsheets. Microsoft exposure preferred; proficient AutoCAD knowledge.Communication Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Special Skills: Proficient knowledge and experience in the analysis, design, and detailing of structural components and buildings with multiple building materials such as cast in place concrete, pre-stressed precast concrete, masonry, wood, and cold formed steel; knowledge and significant experience in the analysis, design, and detailing of complex steel structures in any seismic region; proficient knowledge and experience in the design of various foundation systems; knowledge and understanding of building codes use and occupancy classifications, ADA requirements, and egress requirements in terms of limiting areas, rated separations, and fire suppression systems; technical knowledge, experience, and understanding of architectural and engineering components of buildings with multiple building materials; knowledge and experience with low temperature, food processing, and industrial building design and detailing, including various experience detailing insulated metal panels. Experience in forensic engineering. Familiarity with concrete restoration standards and procedures. Advanced ability to use and familiarity with major structural analysis and design computer programs.Travel: Extensive travel may be required – at least 12 domestic trips per year.To view a full job description and submit your resume for consideration, click APPLY TO THIS POSITION below and follow the prompts.Apply for this job.