The Technical Branch Provides expertise in managing design and construction project developed for the National Park Service as well as partnership agencies and offices. This Branch provides quality assurance and technical support to the DSC Division of Design and Construction, other DSC divisions as well as Parks, Regions and partnership and offices.Learn more about this agency
The major duties of the Structural Civil Engineer position include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Perform Quality Assurance Reviews on all DSC projects with structural engineering aspects. Review structural engineering drawings, specifications, and calculations; geotechnical reports; structural condition assessments; historic structures reports and assessments; and structural engineering reports. Ensures compliance with established criteria, sound engineering principles, and professional practice.
- Serves as the NPS and DOI Seismic Coordinator. Conducts condition assessments of existing structures, including historic structures. Complete structural analysis of components and structures, preparation of reports, and development of drawings and specifications for repair.
- Conduct investigations of collapsed and distressed structures. Including structural analysis of components and structures, preparation of reports and development of drawings and specifications for repair. Maintains the DSC building code library and structural engineering library. Ensuring current standards and reference materials are current and available for use.
- Develop and maintain seismic policy guidelines for NPS and DOI leadership. Develop and maintain NPS and DSC structural engineering design requirements which set the standards for quality of work prepared by in-house staff and structural engineering firms. Serve as principal advisor on technical issues with respect to structural engineering issues for DSC and NPS.
- Provides expert consulting services and technical assistance to DSC, Regional Offices, Parks and other NPS Offices. Represents DOI And NPS on the Interagency Committee on Seismic Safety in Construction and actively participates in the development of national seismic standards for Federally owned and lease buildings.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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