Delta Oaks Group

Field Engineer Structural


Raleigh, NC


Full Time

This position is responsible for gathering and reporting structural field data for telecommunication structures. The selected individual(s) will be required to perform inspections as a part of a two-person team. Anticipated tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Ascending telecommunication structures (typically ranging from 10 feet to in-excess of 300 feet of height) to perform structural mappings, maintenance inspections and construction inspections
  • Performing foundation investigations for existing foundation elements including non- destructive testing applications
  • Prepare and review technical reports associated with tower and tower foundation structural components
  • Collaborate with internal CAD personnel regarding details of collected data and the necessary presentation of said data
  • Successfully complete and maintain the required training and certifications to adhere to all government, industry and company standards; including all applicable safety requirements
  • Developing a technical knowledge of tower components and thorough familiarity with industry codes and standards relating to telecommunication structures, including TIA/EIA-222 requirements
  • Adhere to all government, industry and company safety standards and procedures
  • Ability to work in two-person teams independently
  • Prepare data acquisition
  • Read and interpret structural and architectural drawings, specifications, and design requirements related to telecommunication applications.
  • Conduct due diligence for multiple projects prior to field work
  • Peer review of field structural data and client deliverables
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills with clients, co-workers, client representatives and regulatory & safety officials

The selected individual will be expected to have or develop a thorough understanding of telecommunications structural inspection services, procedures and techniques. Due to the nature and limited timelines of most projects, the selected candidate(s) should be willing and capable of exhibiting the work ethic and social ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment where timely communication with co-workers is paramount.

Computer Software Experience

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel are required
  • Functional proficiency with AutoCAD is preferred


  • Must have the ability to climb telecommunication structures and possess a labor- intensive attitude
  • Must be at least 21 years old, possess a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
  • Must be able to work outdoors
  • Ability to travel throughout the United States, Puerto Rico & US Virgin Islands
  • Ability to frequently stoop, kneel, and crouch as well as lift weight or exert a force up to 75 pounds
  • Ability to interpret engineering design drawings
  • Ability to communicate effectively

Delta Oaks Group is founded on the principle of delivering unparalleled client service and providing its employees an exceptional work environment. We strongly believe that these two principles are not separable and are only accomplished through hard work, honesty, and treating others with respect. We are seeking individuals that share those same values.

Educational Requirements
Bachelor of Science in civil or related engineering field from an ABET accredited institution is preferred.

90% plus travel will be required for this position.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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