The Staff II will be involved in building-envelope investigations, condition assessments, design of building-envelope repairs and subsequent construction administration, and peer reviews of building-envelope designs. Essential duties include climbing ladders and scaffolds, the ability to work at great heights, and the ability to travel by car to multiple job sites.
Supervise work by technicians and draftsmen and others assisting project team.
Able to work on routine projects independently.
Act as project manager for small, straightforward assignments and serve as project engineer to assist project manager in engineering, budgeting, scheduling, and client communication for more complex assignments.
Develop letters, reports, drawings, specifications, and proposals with moderate guidance from supervisor.
Conduct field investigations and on-site construction monitoring.
Skilled at time management.
Ability to present to client groups and professional organizations.
Perform field investigation and water leakage testing of roofing and waterproofing systems, windows, curtain walls, and other building components.
Pursue professional activities to gain professional recognition.
3-5 years of experience with a Minimum B.A.E. in Architectural Engineering, B.S. in Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering.
Interest in buildings and solving engineering problems.
Enthusiasm for their work and no fear of heights, include climbing ladders and scaffolds.
Excellent verbal and writing skills to communicate on the job, and to juries, clients and other professionals.
Experience in building construction and investigating building problems, which may include difficulties related to concrete, curtain walls, flooring, glazing, masonry, roofing sealants, waterproofing, wood, windows and building science issues.
Ability to travel to remote job sites not accessible by public transportation, and if applicable, an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report.
SGH has over 600 employees and offices in Boston, Chicago, Houston, New York City, San Francisco, Southern California, and Washington DC.
SGH is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we value diversity in our workforce. We are committed to providing equal opportunities to all job applicants and employees. SGH considers all qualified applicants, and we encourage individuals with disabilities and protected veterans to apply.