Hiring Civil & Structural Engineers
U.S. Forensic is hiring civil and structural engineers across the country to perform forensic evaluations. Our forensic engineers investigate interesting cases involving property damage and building failures using the principles of science. U.S. Forensic creates an environment where our engineers utilize their education and training to solve complex problems with the support of experienced experts. Gary Bell, Managing Partner & Owner, states,
The secret to U.S. Forensic’s success has been to get out of the way of the employees. We have found that when employees are trusted and appreciated, they respond in a positive way. Management is here to help with problems or opportunities, but we like to hire people that we feel we can trust, and then we trust them. It has worked for us for almost 14 years now and our future has never been brighter.”
In 2006 in New Orleans, Louisiana, three engineers and a businessman shared a vision. Equipped with knowledge, determination, and courage, they set out to build a forensic engineering company. Their goal was to hire good people who were the best in their respective fields. What started with a handful of employees in a small office, has grown into 58 locations across the country.
For the last two years, U.S. Forensic has been recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Companies by New Orleans City Business Magazine.
Civil & Structural Forensic Engineering Opportunities
We are seeking engineers throughout the U.S. with the ability to analyze various residential and commercial building failures to determine causation. It is important that candidates demonstrate the ability to write professional, concise reports. A Professional Engineering License (P.E.) is required.
Our civil & structural engineers inspect various buildings to determine the cause of damages. These may include damages from improper design, improper construction, storm related damages, misuse, lack of maintenance, and intentional damages.
Most travel will be same day with an occasional overnight. Experience in forensic engineering, residential construction, commercial construction, code enforcement, code inspection, roofing experience, facilities maintenance, materials testing, home inspections, expert witness testimony, residential design, and storm damage assessments is preferred.
U.S. Forensic Benefits
U.S. Forensic offers an excellent salary and competitive benefits program including company paid full Medical, Dental, STD, LTD, Life and AD&D insurance. Company paid 401K retirement program with 100% matching. Licenses, Memberships and PDH credits are covered by the company. Partnerships are available after demonstrating outstanding company and customer service.
Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. One of our managers will reach out to you to discuss opportunities.