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Requisition Number 13-0083
Post Date 3/7/2013
Title Senior Structural Project Manager
City Chicago
State IL
Requirements The Senior Structural Project Manager will be a technical leader responsible for all aspects of design of bridges and other transportation structures without supervision. Included in that role is preparation of complex structural engineering analysis and design, construction documents, drawings, reports, and quality control reviews. The individual will also manage structural tasks and with the potential to serve as Project Manager for structure focused projects.

Duties and Responsibilities
•Develop and produce work plans, schedules and budgets.
•Analysis, design, checking and plan production for bridge, and other related structural, projects in the highway and rail industries.
•Perform and instruct complex structural analysis.
•Ensure proper codes and standards are followed by younger engineers on rail projects.
•Support staff development with supervision by delegating, reviewing and mentoring the work of other structural engineers and technicians, ensuring completeness and accuracy of design efforts.

Requirements
•B.S. Civil Engineering, structural emphasis or B.S. Structural Engineering.
•Minimum 10 years (12 years+ preferred) experience performing bridge design and task/project management.
•P.E. and S.E. License in the State of Illinois.
•Recent experience with on Illinois Department of Transportation and Illinois Tollway projects.
•Structural Steel and PPC Concrete superstructure design experience. Additional experience in retaining walls, rail and movable bridges, and buildings/maintenance facilities are also preferred.
•Solid understanding of rail and/or highway design codes and guidelines, AREMA, AASHTO LRFD and industry standard practices.
•Must possess strong organizational, verbal communication and technical writing skills.
•Computer Skills: Microstation, familiarity with bridge design programs (steel and concrete), finite element analysis, Microsoft Office suite.



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