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JBCI is seeking a Senior Project Engineer to join our growing engineering team. The ideal candidate will have a general understanding of structural and/or architectural engineering principles and an interest in repair or restoration of existing structures. The position requires the ability to perform field surveys at height; excellent writing skills; working knowledge of AutoCAD, and the ability to work in a fast-paced and exciting consulting environment. The position is hybrid and based in JBCI’s Philadelphia office with travel in the PA/NJ/DE area required.
Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc., established in 1967, is a consulting engineering firm serving institutions, corporations, government agencies, building owners, facility managers, legal, and other design professionals. We are committed to providing innovative solutions to Clients at every stage of the structure’s life, from the design of new construction to rehabilitating existing facilities. What sets us apart are our established relationships, reliability and responsiveness to our Clients. Our areas of expertise include:
Facade Assessment & Repair
Structural Engineering Design & Evaluation
Roofing and Waterproofing Assessment & Design
Parking Garage Restorations
Water Infiltration Investigations
Mechanical Dunnage Steel Design, Assessment, & Repair
Infrared Thermography Investigations
Balcony Assessment & Repair
Qualified candidates must be willing to embrace our firm’s basic core values: adaptability, collaboration, accountability, respect, responsiveness, and being welcoming to all
Position Job Title: Senior Project Engineer
Position Type/Classification: Full-Time / Exempt
Reporting To: Project/Sr. Project Manager
The Senior Project Engineer will be assigned and assist with a variety of projects under the direct supervision of an experienced professional engineer. The Senior Project Engineer will also coordinate and monitor projects from initial conception to completion.
All work will be performed under the supervision of a licensed Professional Engineer.
Develop contract drawings using AutoCAD.
Develop project specifications.
Proficient in engineering analysis and design by hand and utilizing available software
with minimal supervision.
Perform field investigations and research to collect data; develop conclusions and
present to Project Managers and supervisors.
Write technical reports, field reports, and meeting minutes.
Make site visits to observe and document in-situ conditions and construction activity.
Interface directly with clients and contractors.
Direct interaction with Clients and Contractors.
Review Contractor RFIs, Application for Payments and Change Orders.
Develop probable construction costs.
Other duties as assigned.
Work closely with Project Managers and Principals to understand and refine skills
required to manage projects independently.
Accept training from senior staff, safety professionals, and industry experts.
Complete safety trainings chosen by the company.
Assist senior staff with preparation of technical reports and specifications
Work at height via fixed and suspended scaffolding, articulating boom lift, and other
access equipment. scaffolding with training
Attend company-wide and team meetings.
Attend project design and construction meetings.
Make site visits to observe in-situ conditions and construction progress.
Complete small-to-medium projects with minimal supervision.
Up to 50% of local travel during normal work hours expected for the position. Occasional overnight travel required.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering (or a related field to be reviewed by the hiring committee) from an ABET accredited college or university.
2+ years’ relevant experience
Engineering in Training certification.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Experience with building or façade restoration, or in forensic engineering.
Master of Science in Civil or Architectural Engineering
3+ years related experience
Strong Interest in Structural and Façade Engineering.
Active involvement in relevant industry associations.
JBCI’s benefits package is beyond competitive.
Fully Paid Employee Medical Coverage (50% Company Contribution for Dependents)
Fully Paid Employee Dental Coverage
Fully Paid Employee Vision Insurance
Company Paid Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance
Company Paid Life Insurance Benefits
Company Sponsored Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical & Dependent Care Available)
10 Paid Holidays Per Calendar Year
Work/Life Balance & Generous Paid Time Off Benefits
Employer Matched 401k & Company Discretionary Profit-Sharing Contributions
Company Paid Certification/Licensure/Professional Organization Benefits
Reimbursed Conference Travel
Educational Assistance Program ($7,500 per year for graduate level coursework)
Company Sponsored Voluntary Supplemental Benefit Options Available
Social and team building outings throughout the year as well as management training
Flexible Work Hours
Job Type: Full-time
Schedule: Monday to Friday
Work Location: Hybrid
Work Remotely: Partial
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with salary requirements.