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WhiteWater West is seeking a Structural Engineer, Intermediate to join our Structural Engineering team at our Richmond head office! In this position, you will be an integral member of a structural design team that is involved in a variety of water and theme park projects around the world. This role demands the candidate to have strong technical and CREATIVE DESIGN skills, a varied design background to supplement the day to day project demands and an attitude committed to help “create places where fun thrives”.
Perform analysis and design of structures using the applicable building and design codes/standards (US and Canadian).
Provide design sketches and coordinate work with draftspersons and other engineering departments during the proposal and design development stage.
Liaise with external consultants and drafting contractors for assigned projects.
Prepare technical specifications.
Review and check engineering designs and drawings from team members.
Complete site inspection as required in international locations.
Support fabricators and assist site superintendents with technical solutions for site issues.
Review shop drawings and develop design solutions and modifications when warranted by site conditions.
Contribute to the development of departmental teamwork and efforts to improve efficiency and Quality.
Proven coaching and mentoring experience of design and drafting staff.
Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering.
Professional Engineering designation in Canada (P.Eng.), or US (P.E.) eligible for registration with EGBC.
5-8 years of experience related to structural design engineering with a strong, proven background in steel and reinforced concrete design, exposure to multi-discipline engineering and project management.
Experience with architecturally intensive design projects.
A proven ability for critical thinking and a passion for creativity.
A desire for professional growth to a management level.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
A can do, positive, dynamic attitude.
Proficiency in structural design software including StaadPro, Sap2000, and drawing software including AutoCAD and Solidworks.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Must be legally allowed to work in Canada.
Comfortable working at heights.
Must be able to travel internationally without restrictions and with limited advance notice.