Tower Engineering Inspectors - Waterloo

Pier Structural Engineering Corp (P-SEC) is located in Waterloo, ON and provides professional engineering services for telecommunication and broadcast towers across Canada and the United States including inspections, structural analysis, reinforcement design and foundation design and analysis. P-SEC places a high emphasis on Safety and is a member of STAC in Canada and NATE in the United States.

P-SEC’s employees benefit from competitive base salaries, medical and insurance benefits, and RSP matching that will truly assist you in planning for the future.  P-SEC believes in rewarding its employees' hard work and providing a rich learning environment.  P-SEC also formally reviews base salary and performance bonus annually.

P-SEC is looking to hire Civil Engineering graduates on a permanent full-time basis who will primarily be responsible for performing tower audits, mappings, maintenance inspections, post-construction inspections and reporting for towers located in Canada and the United States.

Successful candidates must have:

  • Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or equivalent; 
  • Have a willingness to travel;
  • Be comfortable working at Heights;
  • Be physically fit to climb towers;
  • Be capable of working in Canada and the United States; and
  • Have a valid Drivers' License with good driving record.

Submit your resume below.  New graduates welcome to apply.

All candidates will be required to have criminal and motor vehicle background checks.  Previous tower inspection experience considered an asset.  Salary to commensurate the amount of tower inspection experience that the candidate has.

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 greater than 5 years
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