Shannon & Wilson Civil Engineering Scholarship

Shannon & Wilson Civil Engineering Scholarship (for current full-time undergraduate University of Washington students).  The applicant must be a full-time University of Washington student who is either accepted or currently enrolled in the Civil Engineering undergraduate program (i.e., seeking a Bachelor of Science [BS] Degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Washington).  Currently, one $1,000 scholarship award is available for 2018 and will be awarded to a University of Washington student who continues the pursuit of their Civil Engineering undergraduate degree into the fall of 2018.

Important Submittal Instructions:

Any of the scholarships identified above may be applied for by using the scholarship application completion and submittal steps stated below:

Structural Engineering Job Opportunities

RHC Engineering is located in downtown Seattle with a focus on transportation infrastructures. In this position you will be a detail oriented and organized structural engineer with a great potential to grow your career rapidly in a flexible work environment. We expect a self-motivated team player with previous design experience on bridges, walls and other structural elements made of steel and concrete. The candidate would be able to work independently with minimum supervisions on a variety of tasks, which include, but are not limited to:

  • Design of bridges, walls, and other structures, or structural study;
  • Bridge and other structures load rating, rehabilitation, or retrofit design;
  • Structural modeling and analysis including linear, nonlinear, or seismic analysis;
  • PS&E preparation for bridges, walls, or other structural projects;
  • Engineering analysis report preparations;
  • Construction shop drawing and constructability review;
  • Construction cost estimation and writing of project specifications;


  • PE license is desired;
  • BS in Civil Engineering, MS in Structural Engineering preferred;
  • Three or more years of experience in bridge design, load rating, retaining wall design, seismic analysis;
  • Experience using AASHTO bridge design codes and WSDOT BDM;
  • Proficient with structural engineering software such as SAP2000;
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and AutoCAD software;
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.

RHC Engineering has a competitive benefit package.

Job Type: Full-time

Century Link Field – Internship Opportunity

We have a great opportunity for a CM, Engineering, or Architecture major to learn about the process of renovating an existing NFL Stadium at CenturyLink Field. Credits are available through the Seahawks organization for this internship.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Assist Director of Project Development and Project Manager with various tasks including working with architects and design consultants to create an As-Built document of CenturyLink Field, Home of the Seattle Seahawks. This position will have elementary drafting assignments and including updating construction documents from contractors and other design consultants to closely represent the current condition of the NFL Stadium and Event Center.  Works under close supervision but must also be self motivated; this position receives specific and detailed instruction as to required tasks and results expected.
Project objectives are to update CAD drawings with existing conditions to include electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire sprinkler & alarm, civil and architectural drawing sets. Other duties may include scanning redline drawings, create electronic file cabinets, update Operation & Maintenance Manuals. There may be an opportunity to start creating a 3D Model of the stadium and event center.

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Entry Level Positions with Missile Defense Agency

The Missile Defense Agency just placed an announcement on USA for General Engineers with degrees completed before June 30, 2018!

This dynamic three-year formal training program includes rotational assignments which will enable you to work on various aspects of the programs related to the missile defense system; attend classroom and web-based training; participate in formal mentoring; and be a part of cohort experiences with other developmental program participants. There will be annual promotion opportunities based upon meeting time-in-grade requirements, successful performance, successful completion of required training, and supervisory approval. This is your opportunity to begin a successful civilian career with the Missile Defense Agency.

There are multiple entry level professional engineering positions in the three year Career Development Program.

Visit the direct link on USA Jobs here.