Morrison Hershfield

Structural Engineer in Training

3 weeks ago
Requisition #
2017 - 3570
# Positions



​Morrison Hershfield has earned an exceptional reputation through its multiple projects involving the telecommunication industry. We are currently seeking a project engineer to complement our skilled team. Due to expanding business opportunities within the company, this position offers significant potential for growth in the areas of technical / professional development.


Morrison Hershfield is committed to having an inclusive and diverse workforce, with recruitment free of discrimination, ensuring all candidates are given a fair opportunity for employment. We are committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities.




  • Perform analysis and design of structures and foundations related to telecommunications facilities
  • Interpretation and application of building codes and specifications
  • Structural design review
  • Perform and/or check design calculations
  • Site review/site inspections
  • Interface with clients/contractors
  • Work with internal technical processes to ensure the quality of all work
  • Use standard structural engineering software
  • Develop reinforcing and modification solutions for telecommunication structures
  • Prepare and review written reports





  • ​Bachelor's Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering,
  • Master's Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering will be considered an asset
  • Engineer in Training registration, or eligibility to register is desirable
  • Working knowledge of building codes, analysis and design procedures
  • Must be able to liaise with clients, contractors, and local authorities
  • Strong aptitude with various software platforms is a must
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge of the telecommunication industry nd tower analysis a plus.



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