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Structural Engineer | Engineer in Training



Phoenix, AZ, USA
Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Schaefer’s office in Phoenix, Arizona is primed for growth. With the backing of the resources and talent of over 80 staff members in our Ohio office and remote team members across the US, this new addition to our Phoenix team will work on national public and private projects. Our engineers crave knowledge and cultivate new skills designing diverse structures. We hire individuals that bring their best every day.

Scope of Work

  • Design and detail efficient structures that are code compliant, accurate and of high quality
  • Act as the project engineer on multiple projects that vary in size and complexity
  • Develop strong client relationships and leverage those partnerships for ongoing project work
  • Manage project cost through effective planning and prioritization


  • BS in engineering, MS preferred
  • BIM (Revit) experience preferred
  • Structural engineering internship or co-op experience preferred
  • EIT for entry level applicant


Benefits are comprehensive, affordable and flexible for each individual’s needs. Beginning on their first day at Schaefer, employees and their eligible families have access to:

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Company paid life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Bonus eligibility
  • Educational and licensure financial assistance
  • Flexible work hours + hybrid work
  • Project and management responsibilities at all experience levels
  • New employee mentoring
  • Design with the latest software and workstation
  • Regular office social events
  • Stock ownership opportunity after 1 year

Working conditions and physical requirements

This work is typically done within an office environment with occasional field work at project + construction sites. When field assignments are required, the working conditions + physical requirements for field staff apply.

  • Normal core working hours will be 9 am – 4 pm but may vary depending on project demands
  • Overtime work may be required based on work deadlines
  • Ability to access + navigate construction sites; may require ability to climb + descend ladders or crawl through openings
  • Some travel may be required for this position: conducting site visits, working out of area, out of state or across the state as driven by project need
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate