At VCS Engineering, we're concrete durability experts. We’re driven by a passion for the durability of structural materials and a continuous pursuit of excellence in everything we do.
As part of our team, you'll work on diverse projects exposing you to many structure types, industries, and locations. You'll also conduct in-depth investigations and assessments, and design industry-leading corrosion mitigation systems like cathodic protection.
Our team of experienced professionals have spent their careers mastering the science of infrastructure durability and pushing the engineering industry forward. In our field, there’s always something to learn and uncover. We believe in working collaboratively and sharing knowledge and ideas freely to develop the best solutions for our clients. We constantly seek fresh perspectives and new approaches to drive innovation and progress in our field.
Our people are our most valuable asset. That's why we're proud to offer:
We know a healthy work-life balance is essential, and we strive to create a flexible, inclusive, and supportive work environment where everyone feels valued and respected.
If you share our passion for materials engineering and corrosion and are invigorated by working alongside a team of trailblazers, we invite you to join us. We can tackle the toughest engineering challenges and preserve better, stronger infrastructure.
VCS offers a variety of engineering positions from drafting to engineer technologists. We're always on the hunt for engineers with exceptional talent and desire to save concrete infrastructure. If this sounds like you, check out our available openings in our career portal or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
VCS Engineering, Inc. in Tampa, FL is looking for Project Engineers.
Qualified candidates will be evaluating materials and developing processes to manufacture materials for use in products that must meet specialized design and performance specifications; Developing new uses for known materials; Conducting condition assessments and investigations of structures; Planning, scheduling, predicting, and managing all technical tasks of assigned projects to assure accuracy, proper resources, and quality from start to finish; Planning and executing condition assessments and investigations of structures, including implementing non-destructive testing techniques, collecting field measurements, and preparing professional reports that meet quality standards and client expectations; Using nondestructive testing techniques such as Corrosion rate testing, Corrosion potential surveys, Ground penetrating radar surveys, Electrical resistivity surveys, Infrared thermography, Impact echo and pulse velocity, Borescope inspection to get accurate information about the remaining service life of the concrete structure; Using concepts of Concrete design and troubleshooting, Durability modeling, Asset Management Life cycle cost analysis to design the repairs and rehabilitations for the concrete structures; Designing, implementing, and conducting Quality assessment/ checks and commissioning of the galvanic and Impressed current cathodic protection system; and coordinating technical activities to ensure project accuracy and quality, including quality control testing and inspection of cathodic protection systems, structural health monitoring, and developing and implementing materials testing and quality control plans.
Requirements: Master’s Degree or foreign degree equivalent in Materials Engineering or Materials Science and two years experience in position or two years experience in Materials Engineering or Materials Science Fields.
Special Requirements: Experience with corrosion testing, electrochemical measurements, ground penetrating radar, corrosion potential survey, acoustic methods, and cathodic protection systems. Travel to unanticipated client sites is required. May reside anywhere in the US.
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com
VCS ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact Amanda Riling in our Tampa office at 813-501-0050