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    Summary

    Positions are with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, Engineering and Construction Division (E&C). The St. Paul District E&C designs water resource projects to benefit the people of Minnesota, western Wisconsin, northeastern North Dakota, portions of South Dakota and Iowa, and the nation. These projects support inland navigation, flood risk management, and environmental restoration. E&C also provides emergency response to disasters.

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    Responsibilities

    • As a Senior Structural Engineer, you will resolve complicated engineering problems and make decisions on the design, analysis and evaluation of project features. Your duties will also include:
    • Planning for the accomplishment of projects in terms of scope, schedule and budget;
    • Developing and providing input to the Project Management Plan;
    • When assigned as Lead/Project Engineer, coordinating those aspects of assigned projects between various technical disciplines and coordinating the overall planning and development of technical products (plans, specifications, reports, etc.);
    • Tracking the progression work and performing reviews to assure technical adequacy;
    • Providing technical advice to higher level management, District personnel, and Architect-Engineer (AE) firms, where applicable, to establish basic policies and procedures on structural engineering and design matters; and
    • Writing scopes of work for structural engineering and design portions of documents prepared by AE firms and reviewing AE submittals for format and accuracy of work.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    12

  • Job family (Series)

    0810 Civil Engineering

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