Structural Project Engineer - Ashley & Vance Engineering
Ashley & Vance Engineering, Inc. seeks highly talented individuals to join our team as a Structural Project Engineer. We are a growing consulting engineering firm that employs over 80 people in seven branch offices throughout the western United States. Our people are creative, energetic, and forward-thinking. We passionately believe that our people are our brand, and are looking for someone who can contribute to our culture while learning the technical aspects of the profession from a dynamic group of engineers who value mentoring and relationships as well as strong technical skills. Our current openings for this position include our San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Pasadena office locations.
Our ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering or Civil Engineering (with a Structural Emphasis) and has obtained (or is working to obtain) their EIT certification. Structural Project Engineers in our firm will prepare structural plans, details, and calculations for projects that range in scope from remodels and custom homes, to industrial facilities and mid-rise commercial buildings. We are proud of our strong mentoring program and ability to expose new engineers to a wide variety of projects and responsibilities.
We are pleased to offer the following benefits to the right person:
- Competitive salary
- Flexible work schedule
- Mentorship program with 33 P.E.'s and 7 S.E.’s on staff
- Annual reviews to evaluate mastery of skills and responsibilities
- 100% medical coverage on select HSA plans
- 100% Vision and Dental on select plans
- 401(k) plan match up to 4% of annual salary
- Performance bonus
You will love working with us; send your résumé over today! Please send your cover letter and résumé via email to email@example.com with the subject line of ‘Structural Project Engineer - [Location]’ to indicate which office location you would like to apply for and order of preference (if applicable) in your cover letter. We are accepting applications until March 7, 2021.