Structural Engineer - Intermediate/Senior

Our engineering team provides design services, including emergency structural stabilization direction to contractors, building permit designs for repair of existing buildings, and analysis of other structures governed by the Ontario Building Code.

We are currently seeking an Intermediate / Senior Structural Engineer to join us in our Mississauga location.

Reporting to the Director of Forensics and Structural Design, this is an excellent employment opportunity for the qualified person to complement our investigation services.

Our successful candidate must be proficient in feasibility assessment, design and construction of buildings and structural components and frames, technical writing of design reports, preparation of construction documents, and assessment of structural specifications and drawings.

This position requires work in the field to analyse, measure and evaluate reconstruction alternatives.  You will be reviewing and sealing technical reports for submission to clients and the regulating authorities.

The core responsibilities of our structural engineers include, but are not limited to,:
    •    site evaluation
    •    building design
    •    component stability
    •    frame analysis
    •    construction/project management
    •    cost control and budget management
    •    computer analysis
    •    coordination with building officials

The ideal candidate will have:
    •    a degree in Civil/Structural Engineering (advanced degree(s) in structural analysis an asset)
    •    a working knowledge of SAP2000 or other similar structural design/analysis software
    •    5+ years of related experience and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations pertaining to building design and construction
    •    be licensed as P.Eng. with Professional Engineers Ontario
    •    experience with the repair/renovation of older commercial/residential buildings
    •    knowledgeable of the requirements of the Ontario Building Code (OBC) and in particular, Parts 3, 4, and 11 of the OBC and application of these requirements
    •    a working knowledge of the current Occupational Health & Safety Act
    •    experience in project management and effective management of field staff and contractors
    •    demonstrate strong written and oral communication in English; French would be an asset.

McEwen manages sites across Ontario and this position requires extensive travel, scheduled on-call response, and occasional overnight posting.  A personal vehicle is required.

There may also be times when security clearance is necessary in order to gain access to a job site and so a Criminal Background Check may be conducted.

We are pleased to offer competitive compensation, a progressive and challenging workplace and a commitment to teamwork and integrity.

If you are the person we are looking for please submit your resume to We look forward to hearing from you.  Thank you for your interest.