- Communication skills
- Fundamentals of Engineering
Freese and Nichols, Inc. is a professional consulting firm serving clients across the Southwest and Southeast United States. With sustainability in mind, Freese and Nichols plans, designs and manages infrastructure projects. It is the first engineering/architecture firm to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Freese and Nichols was also recently ranked as No. 19 on Fortune Magazine’s Best Medium Workplaces in the United States. For more information about Freese and Nichols, visit www.freese.com
Freese and Nichols is currently seeking a recent graduate to add to our Transportation Design team in Fort Worth, Texas. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills and be able to make the transition from learning to applying basic engineering principles, while contributing to project assignments.
The candidate will be expected to perform specific and limited portions of a broader assignment and apply standard practices and techniques in specific situations. The ideal candidate will become familiar with accepted criteria and methods. The candidate will be responsible for collecting, adjusting, correlating data, and recognizing discrepancies in results. Perform project assignments within the scope of work and guidelines defined by the Project Engineer and within the time and schedule allocations agreed upon by the Group Manager. With the approval of Project Engineer, candidate may contact local, state and federal agencies and client personnel to request and check data, reports, and other material. Applicant must be willing to interface with clients and develop strong working relationships through project interaction.
Requirements for this position include a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering preferably with previous internship in related field. Roadway design a plus! Must be able to pass the FE exam within one year of joining the team.
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