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    Marine Structures (EIT)

    Job Description

    Marine Structures EIT

    Under general direction of the Marine Director or other licensed Professional Engineers, the applicant will perform professional office and field engineering work, including a focus on marine projects, but also assisting on civil or structural design projects as interest and opportunity align.

    This position is available in our Duluth & Minneapolis, MN, or Eau Claire, WI offices.


    Essential Functions of the Job

    • Prepares and/or supervises technicians in preparing detailed plans and specifications related to marine structures/civil engineering projects, such as bulkhead walls, cells, bollards, piers, bridges and other structures.
    • Prepares proposals, specifications, cost estimates, and contract documents for engineering projects.
    • Performs or supervises engineering inspection of construction of marine/structural engineering projects.
    • Prepares engineering reports on the progress and completion of engineering projects.
    • May supervise or direct the conduct of field surveys preliminary to project design.
    • Secures data, prepares reports, and makes presentations for internal staff or external client/customer meetings on proposed projects.
    • Performs other related functions as assigned or apparent.


    Required Knowledge & Abilities

    • Extensive knowledge of marine/civil engineering principles and practices applied to project design and construction.
    • Extensive knowledge of the basic principles and practices of engineering field and office work, including drafting and surveying.
    • Extensive knowledge of principles, methods, equipment and materials used in construction of marine/structural engineering projects.
    • Ability to plan and direct the work of engineering technicians and other staff.
    • Ability to make engineering computations, estimates and designs.
    • Ability to prepare and interpret plans and specifications.
    • Ability to make onsite inspections and observations of construction projects and report on the same.
    • Knowledge of soil structure interactions and capacity to interface with finite element analysis software effectively.
    • Ability to effectively and respectfully communicate and interact with other employees, supervisors, individuals from other organizations, and clients/customers.
    • Enjoys challenging projects, functional team environments and interest in marine structures.



    • Education: BS in Civil Engineering
    • Experience: Previous experience in a marine/civil engineering environment with undergraduate experience in construction or engineering related activity preferred but not required. Passed the FE, or can do so within 90 days.
    • Job Requirements: Must have a valid drivers license and a clean driving record. To ensure a safe, healthy and productive work environment for our employees, we enforce a drug and alcohol policy that adheres to DOT regulations./li>

    Please submit cover letter along with resume by using the online form on this page, or at the Careers page at www.krechojard.com, or by mail to:

    Krech Ojard & Associates, Inc.,
    Human Resources Manager
    227 W First Street, Suite 500
    Duluth, MN 55802.

    To ensure a safe, healthy and productive work environment for our employees, we enforce a drug and alcohol policy that adheres to DOT regulations.

    Krech Ojard & Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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