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Structural Engineering & Inspections, LLC.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2485
Brentwood, TN 37024-2485

Office Address:
101 Forrest Crossing Blvd
Suite 108-B
Franklin, TN 37064

Phone:
Phone: (615) 819-0029
Fax: (615) 819-0297

SEANDI Services

Join Our Team!

We are looking to meet enthusiastic, dedicated applicants to join our team. Please review the open positions below and then complete the form below and attach your resume and any other applicable documents.


Job Openings

Administrative Assistant

Our administrative assistants enjoy a casual work environment with exposure to a variety of tasks throughout the day. We specialize in a wide variety of residential and light commercial design, inspection and investigative services. As the first point of contact, the administrative staff is the first impression of our firm to our clientele.

Primary Duties

  1. Receive incoming phone calls from new and existing clients.
  2. Provide friendly and professional communications to establish and develop relationships with new and maintain relationships with existing clients.
  3. Communicate with clients to determine their needs and to educate them with regards to our experience, expertise and services.
  4. Schedule appointments and coordinate calendars for our staff.
  5. Establish and maintain project files.
  6. Prepare standard agreements defining the scope of work to be performed for each client and transmit them for review and approval.
  7. Review reports prepared by staff prior to submittal to clients.
  8. Prepare and transmit invoices to clients.
  9. Communicate with corporate clients to request and process vendor purchase orders.
  10. Process client payments and transmit reports, associated documents and other deliverable materials to client at the conclusion of the project.
  11. Coordinate with staff to track project progress and communicate priorities on a daily basis.

Qualifications

  1. Associate or Bachelor degree is preferred but not required.
  2. Previous administrative experience required.
  3. Friendly, outgoing personality with emphasis on customer service and relationship building skills.
  4. Strong grammatical and proof-reading skills necessary.
  5. Must be detail oriented.
  6. Proficient computer skills using word processing and spreadsheets required. Knowledge of QuickBooks and Mac-based software programs preferred.
  7. Well organized, self motivated, and ability to work efficiently with little supervision to deliver work product in a timely manner.
  8. Ability to multi-task and maintain organization while working in a fast-paced environment.
  9. Comfortable with an ever-changing work environment, willing to adapt and incorporate more efficient methods.
Residential Building Inspector

Our residential building inspectors enjoy a flexible work environment and a dynamic work experience with exposure to a wide variety of residential and light commercial construction. We specialize in performing “third-party” and “In-lieu-of” code compliance inspections for new construction, renovations, and additions. We cover every facet of structural related inspections including footing, foundation, basement & retaining wall, free-floating & monolithic slab, and framing inspections.

Primary Duties:

  1. Perform code compliance inspections at residential and commercial sites to verify compliance with local building code requirements.
  2. Interview parties that have knowledge or were involved with the construction preparations.
  3. Obtain and review Code-Approved construction plans to verify compliance with design specifications.
  4. Obtain construction documents required for designs performed by engineering staff.
  5. Perform any necessary code research concerning the construction and materials involved.
  6. Follow established policies, procedures and processes in preparing information, exercising sound judgment in review of potentially unusual or complicated construction.
  7. Prepare accurate, thorough, and concise reports and letters outlining the observations made at the construction site in a timely manner and in accordance with client expectations.
  8. Interact with clients such as home builders, subcontractors, homeowners, and realtors on a regular basis. Establish trusting, working relationships based on knowledge, experience and integrity.
  9. Travel to required locations for code compliance inspections, client meetings, and marketing events.

Qualifications:

  1. Associate or Bachelor degree in construction or engineering related fields is preferred but not required.
  2. Previous experience in residential / light commercial construction is preferred.
  3. Previous experience with report writing is preferred but not required.
  4. Proficient computer skills using word processing and spreadsheets is required.
  5. Well organized, self motivated, work efficiently with little supervision and ability to deliver work product in a timely manner.
  6. Valid driver’s license and a clear driving record is required.
  7. International Code Council - Residential Building Inspector certification preferred but not required.
  8. Engineering Intern (EI) registration is a plus.

Physical Requirements:

  1. Frequently required to stand on one’s feet for prolonged periods of time.
  2. Frequently required to climb or step down into shallow earth excavations, maneuver around steel reinforcement, use a steel probing rod and pocket penetrometer to probe and evaluate subgrade soil conditions.
  3. Frequently required to maneuver around construction sites, in and around wood framing, ascend/descend ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, etc.
  4. Frequently required to work in the outdoors during peak summer and winter weather conditions.
  5. Frequently required to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
  6. Frequently required to reach with hands and arms.
  7. Frequently required to spend extended periods of time operating a motor vehicle.
  8. Frequently required to use hands to finger, handle or feel.
  9. Frequently required to sit at a computer and look at a computer screen for extended periods of time.
Professional/Forensic Engineer

Our engineers enjoy a flexible work environment with limited travel (primarily local market with some day travel) and a dynamic work experience with exposure to a wide variety of claims and challenges. We specialize in investigation of structural failures and construction defects in residential and light commercial construction. We cover every facet of a technical investigation including feasibility, destructive investigation, cause & origin determination, damage assessment, and repair & replacement specifications.

Primary Duties:

  1. Perform investigations at residential and commercial sites to determine the cause and origin of structural failures, damages or construction defects. Investigations often require accessing roofs, crawl and attic spaces.
  2. Analyze damages due to catastrophes such as windstorms, hail, tornados, floods and earthquakes.
  3. Interview available parties that have knowledge or were involved with the failure, damage or defect.
  4. Perform any necessary technical research concerning the construction and materials involved.
  5. Follow established policies, procedures and processes in preparing information, exercising sound engineering judgment in application to potentially unusual or complicated situations.
  6. Prepare accurate, clear, thorough, and concise reports and letters outlining the cause and origin of the damages to the client in a timely manner and in accordance with client expectations.
  7. Interact with clients such as realtors, homeowners, contractors, attorneys, insurance claims specialists on a regular basis. Establish trusting, working relationships based on knowledge, experience and integrity.
  8. Travel to required locations for site inspections, client meetings, trial/expert witness requirements, and marketing events.

Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor degree in Civil or Structural Engineering from an accredited university.
  2. Previous experience in residential / light commercial building design using concrete, masonry, wood and steel materials.
  3. Previous experience with technical report writing and forensic investigations is preferred but not required.
  4. Previous deposition or testimony experience preferred but not required.
  5. Skills in analysis, research, observation and investigation. Ability to interpret and report pertinent information related to often complex and unusual construction methods.
  6. Proficient with word processing, spreadsheets, and structural design software.
  7. Well organized, self motivated, work efficiently with little supervision and ability to deliver work product in a timely manner.
  8. Valid driver’s license and a clear driving record.
  9. Professional Engineering (PE) license is preferred but not required.

Physical Requirements:

  1. Frequently required to stand on one’s feet for prolonged periods of time.
  2. Frequently required to lift and/or move objects weighing up to 50-100 Lbs.
  3. Frequently required to climb onto first and second story roofs, ascend/descend ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, etc.
  4. Frequently required to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
  5. Frequently required to reach with hands and arms.
  6. Frequently required to spend extended periods of time operating a motor vehicle.
  7. Frequently required to use hands to finger, handle or feel.
  8. Frequently required to sit at a computer and look at a computer screen for extended periods of time.


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