Structural Bridge Engineer jobs in Sacramento, CA

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Civil Engineer/Project Engineer
RNR Construction, Inc. - Sacramento, CA
The candidate must be self-motivated, have initiative and eager to undertake engineering and technical work for construction of structural concrete systems and...
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Civil Engineer/Project Engineer

RNR Construction, Inc. - Sacramento, CA
The candidate must be self-motivated, have initiative and eager to undertake engineering and technical work for construction of structural concrete systems and...
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Engineering - Structural - 5+ Yrs. Exp.

KPFF Consulting Engineers - 19 reviews - Sacramento, CA
Structural Engineering Project Manager. It’s a fast paced environment that will provide opportunity to work with our staff of civil engineers, structural...

Project Engineer

SAGE Engineers - Roseville, CA 95661
Professional Engineer license in California. The Project Engineer performs intermediate functions in the civil/structural services SAGE provides our clients....
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Drafting/Auto CAD

RNR Construction, Inc. - Sacramento, CA
The candidate must be self-motivated, organized, able to work in a dynamic engineering and construction environment, have initiative and eager to undertake...
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Resident Engineer

UNICO ENGINEERING - Folsom, CA 95630
Seeking Resident Engineer with experience managing locally, state and federally funded bridge and roadway projects....
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Survey - Survey Crew Chief

KPFF Consulting Engineers - 19 reviews - Sacramento, CA
KPFF Consulting Engineers provides surveying services and civil & structural engineering from over 15 offices and is an equal opportunity employer....

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