An Architectural Engineer uses mathematical and scientific principles in building design to test, evaluate, and improve the structural integrity of buildings and building systems. An Architectural Engineer may specialize in the design of a particular type of building system, such as ventilation, electrical, or plumbing.
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Architectural Engineer Job Description Template
We are looking for a detail-oriented Architectural Engineer to be responsible for the evaluation and design of building projects. The Architectural Engineer is responsible for working with internal departments and external parties on building and design projects, ensuring the structural and functional integrity of building structures and systems, and identifying and solving design flaws.
A successful Architectural Engineer is meticulous, detail-oriented, and able to work well in a team. You should be analytical, have excellent time management skill, and the ability to find effective solutions to fit with the project's timeline, budget, and objectives.
Architectural Engineer Responsibilities:
- Designing, analyzing, and altering plans, prototypes or structures.
- Ensuring building plans, prototypes, and structures are operating safely, efficiently, and reliably.
- Assisting team members with project objectives, budgets, and timelines.
- Establishing project goals.
- Identifying and solving problems in building plans, prototypes, and structures.
- Ensuring building systems are functional, reliable, and safe.
- Participating in site visits.
- Testing and evaluating building systems to find problems and improvements.
- Reading, interpreting, and explaining complex technical documents.
- Consulting with clients on building projects.
Architectural Engineer Requirements:
- A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architectural Engineering.
- A Professional Engineering license.
- Current knowledge of industry trends, technology, codes, and regulations.
- The ability to diagram designs both manually and with computer-aided drafting.
- Good team working and communication skills.
- Good time management skills.
- An excellent working knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering principles.
- Strong analytical, critical, and problem-solving skills.
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