BergerABAM is a consulting firm offering services in the areas of project management, civil and structural engineering, land use planning, natural resources, public involvement, construction management and support, and underwater inspection services. We are looking for talented individuals who thrive on challenges and are enthusiastic about their work. We provide opportunities for advancement and career growth through our mentoring program, company-paid internal and external training, team building, and developing employer-employee relationships.
Work with a great team on unique projects as a Structural Waterfront Project Engineer. Design state of the art piers, wharves, terminals, retaining walls, shore-side and other facilities for projects in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon and Southwest Washington, and California. Major clients are port authorities, the U.S. Navy, and private entities.
Design engineers are critical team members who prepare plans, specifications, and estimate for waterfront and marine structures, manage direct project tasks, monitor project budgets, and direct junior engineers and technicians. Design engineers participate in project planning, proposal preparation, and client relationship building. The successful candidate will team with a diverse group of high-performing professionals, take on new challenges, and participate in company mentoring and project management training programs.
TO APPLY: Visit BergerABAM’s website at http://www.abam.com/careers/current-openings and follow the on-line application instructions for position #18-ENG-06 Structural Waterfront Project Engineer.
BergerABAM’s benefits package is designed to help our employees and their families save for their future, stay healthy, and enjoy a balanced work/life schedule. Our competitive compensation includes an excellent benefits package.
BergerABAM is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Employer will not sponsor employee work visas.