Erickson Structural Consulting Engineers is seeking a motivated and detail-oriented, full-time project structural engineer to join our growing and busy office. Candidates must have a BS in civil engineering and a minimum of 4 years of experience working in a consulting structural engineering office after graduation.

We are a small, vibrant company that focuses upon working with existing building structures, including forensic investigations of building structures and failures, assessments of, and remediation design for, distressed building structures, structural analyses of existing buildings, design of structural renovations and modifications to existing buildings, evaluation of insurance claims involving structural loss, and seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of existing buildings.

We are headquartered in Vancouver, Washington and maintain a satellite office in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii.  This position is located in Vancouver, Washington, though occasional travel to Hawaii may be required.

Preference will be given to candidates that are a licensed PE, or that can gain PE licensure via reciprocity in Oregon and/or Washington within six months of hire. A successful candidate must be comfortable with direct client interaction, possess excellent English verbal and written communication skills, and demonstrate familiarity with a wide range of building structural systems. Preference will also be given to candidates with experience in the evaluation and remediation of existing building structures and proficiency using AutoCAD.

This position offers a competitive compensation package, including health and dental benefits, a matching 401k plan, profit sharing, a flexible and family-friendly work schedule and an opportunity to play a significant role in the firm’s success. To apply, submit a cover letter describing your career aspirations and compensation expectations, a copy of your resume and a list of professional references via email to


Relocation assistance may be available for well-qualified candidates.


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