Locations

Everett, WA

Notable Destinations & Commerce: Paine Field; Port of Everett; Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour; Xfinity Arena; Everett Farmers Market; Funko HQ Store; Legion Memorial Park; Howarth Park; Jetty Island; Wallace Falls State Park

Signature DCI Everett Cultural Activities: Office lunch outings; golf outing group; participate in Seattle HQ events

DCI’s first Everett office opened in 1995. When the market climate changed 15 years later, the team consolidated with the Seattle office. DCI’s Everett office reopened in 2016 to cater to clients and subcontractors located north of King County. The office is strategically located on the border of Lynnwood, a western Washington city experiencing exponential growth in the past few decades. DCI’s value of work/life balance is practiced at this office. The Everett office accommodates employees who live in the vicinity and want to shorten their commute time to work. Principal Danielle Jacobs leads the group of 12 people, which comprises of engineers, CAD, and accounting team members. The group can conveniently collaborate with clients and AEC professionals who are located or pursuing developments in the fast-growing Lynnwood market. The Everett team visits the Seattle office for project collaboration, Seattle’s state-of-the-firm meetings, and Seattle-based client meetings.

Everett, WA

728 134th Street SW, Suite 220
Everett, WA 98204

(206) 332-1900

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Current Openings

Job Title:
Structural Project Manager
Location:
Everett, WA
Date Posted:
1/7/2022
  

DCI Engineers - Everett, WA

DCI Engineers, headquartered in Seattle, WA, is a leading structural and civil engineering consulting firm with offices in Texas, Colorado, Montana, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and along the West Coast into Alaska. Our Everett office currently has an opportunity for a Structural Project Manager.

Responsibilities of a Structural Project Manager:

  • Develop, coordinate, and direct production of engineering project documents
  • Prepare fee proposals and contracts
  • Develop workload and scheduling projections for project staff
  • Oversee and perform calculations, design, and analysis of applicable elements for projects
  • Collaborate with the engineering and drafting teams to coordinate design details and construction document requirements
  • Oversee/perform construction observations and write reports
  • Review shop drawings during construction
  • Evaluate additional service requests, review billing, and coordinate permit responses and construction support services
  • Develop a client base.

Requirements for a Structural Project Manager:

  • 4-8 years of structural project management experience
  • Experience designing and managing projects using steel, concrete, wood, and masonry design materials
  • Previous work experience includes building evaluations, renovations, and seismic retrofits
  • Skilled at designing all categories of gravity framing systems and lateral wind resisting systems
  • Skilled at designing all categories of seismic and gravity framing systems for every building and material type
  • Ability to manage your time, juggling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Ability to lead and train junior engineers and coordinate with BIM Designers
  • Desire to build strong client relationships and provide excellent service
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a variety of stakeholders – clients, and design and construction teams
  • Civil Engineering degree from an ABET accredited university and PE license required.
  • Master’s degree and SE license preferred

Start your journey, chart your course – DCI is ME (My Experience)!

With 16 offices across the country, at DCI Engineers you are sure to find your adventure with a great group of people and a lifestyle you crave. We understand the importance of work/life balance and how your free time activities fuel your professional productivity and creative mojo.

For nearly 35 years, DCI has been challenging our employees to step outside the box to provide innovative solutions and value to projects, while forging great relationships with clients.

If you are looking to work with fun, enthusiastic, and intelligent folks, in a collaborative and rewarding environment, come make DCI your experience.

DCI offers competitive wages and benefit packages, along with opportunities for other incentives.

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Company-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for the employee
  • Tax-advantaged savings account options
  • Company-paid Life, AD&D, and Long-term Disability policies
  • Voluntary Short-term Disability, Life, AD&D and Supplemental options
  • 401(k) with an annual Company contribution
  • 8 paid holidays, including 1 floating holiday
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Commuter benefits (where available)
  • Health & Fitness Program
  • Cell phone benefits
  • Profit sharing bonuses
  • Seminar and licensing reimbursements
Apply
Job Title:
Structural Project Engineer
Location:
Everett, WA
Date Posted:
1/7/2022
  

DCI Engineers - Everett, WA

DCI Engineers, headquartered in Seattle, WA, is a leading structural and civil engineering consulting firm with offices in Texas, Colorado, Montana, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and along the West Coast into Alaska. Our Everett office currently has an opportunity for a Structural Project Engineer.

Responsibilities of a Structural Project Engineer:

  • Perform and coordinate the structural design of assigned projects under the supervision of the Project Manager
  • Collaborate with BIM Designers to produce structural construction documents and draft details in REVIT
  • Assist Project Managers with Construction Support, including shop drawing review and answering RFIs
  • Be attentive to details and provide accurate construction documents
  • Progressively grow your technical knowledge through both internal project experience and continuing education

Requirements for a Structural Engineer:

  • 0-5 years of structural engineering experience, as it relates to building design
  • Working knowledge and project experience using steel, concrete, wood, and masonry design materials
  • Experience designing all categories of gravity framing systems and lateral wind resisting systems
  • Experience designing all categories of seismic and gravity framing systems for every building and material type
  • Basic knowledge of design/build codes, such as the AISC, ACI 318, IBC, and ASCE 7
  • Working knowledge of structural analysis software, such as RISA 3D, RAM, ETABS, Enercalc, ADAPT, etc.
  • Ability to manage your time, juggling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Desire to provide excellent service and build client relationships
  • Maintain a positive attitude and willingness to learn
  • Effective communication skills
  • Completion of a relevant internship with a structural engineering firm
  • Possess a state-issued Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certificate
  • Structural/Civil/Architectural Engineering degree from an ABET accredited university, preferred
  • Master’s degree preferred

Start your journey, chart your course – DCI is ME (My Experience)!

With 16 offices across the country, at DCI Engineers you are sure to find your adventure with a great group of people and a lifestyle you crave. We understand the importance of work/life balance and how your free time activities fuel your professional productivity and creative mojo.

For nearly 35 years, DCI has been challenging our employees to step outside the box to provide innovative solutions and value to projects, while forging great relationships with clients.

If you are looking to work with fun, enthusiastic, and intelligent folks, in a collaborative and rewarding environment, come make DCI your experience.

DCI offers competitive wages and benefit packages, along with opportunities for other incentives.

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Company-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for the employee
  • Tax-advantaged savings account options
  • Company-paid Life, AD&D, and Long-term Disability policies
  • Voluntary Short-term Disability, Life, AD&D and Supplemental options
  • 401(k) with an annual Company contribution
  • 8 paid holidays, including 1 floating holiday
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Commuter benefits (where available)
  • Health & Fitness Program
  • Cell phone benefits
  • Profit sharing bonuses
  • Seminar and licensing reimbursements
Apply