WSP is currently seeking an Engineer in Training to join our Transportation and Infrastructure business as part of our Saskatchewan Bridge Team, located at our Regina or Saskatoon offices. The successful candidate will support the delivery of transportation structure projects, including highway and pedestrian bridges, bridge-size culverts, retaining walls, drainage structures, and special projects. Duties include inspection, evaluation, analysis, design, cost estimating, tender preparation, shop drawing review, and contract/construction administration. This is a contract position from approximately May 2024 until September 2024. It is expected that this position will include a large amount of field work all over Saskatchewan. A Day in the Life...
What you'll bring to WSP...
- Conduct bridge inspections, assessment and provide rehabilitation design assistance;
- Responsible for preparing specifications and contract documents;
- Responsible for reviewing of shop drawings and field review of bridge construction on assigned projects;
- Responsible for reporting and assist in preparation of reports and proposals; and
- Other duties as assigned.
- A strong work-ethic and the ability to communicate effectively;
- A team player with a willingness to help others;
- Experience with inspection, assessment and rehabilitation of existing structures;
- Experience with field review and inspection during construction;
- Undergraduate degree in civil engineering from an accredited university; and
- Should be registered EIT and/or eligible for professional licensing with APEGS.
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