A well-respected geotechnical engineering and construction/design firm seeks a Geotechnical Engineer for an internship near Beaverton, OR.
This is an opening for recent graduates for internship that could eventually turn into a paid position.
OSU graduates highly desired.
The Geotechnical Engineer will perform quantity take-offs, prepare preliminary designs for appropriate EAP systems for foundation support, and interact with clients throughout the design and construction process.
Working directly with the project development engineers, develop economical designs and solutions for difficult and challenging slope stability issues.
Special inspection of test borings, test pits, subgrade, drilled and driven piles, support of excavation systems, and underpinning.
Work with senior engineers to perform engineering calculations and prepare geotechnical reports and proposals.
Must have, or ready to graduate with BS Degree in Geotechnical or Civil Engineering.
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