MFS is always looking for qualified hard-working candidates who want to be a part of a growing team. Candidates who have relevant experience in SHM, NDT, fracture and fatigue, or civil infrastructure, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org/mfs
Sr. Structural Engineer – Positions in UT and CA
- Work with DOT and structure owners to identify applications for MFS products
- Develop and submit bids for MFS projects
- New Product Development and ongoing implementation
- Project management
- Maintain quality control of deliverables and effectively coach staff to successfully complete projects on time and within budget
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Structural Health Monitoring
A structural engineer with experience in structural health monitoring, time and frequency domain analysis of structural response induced by dynamic forces, and data acquisition.
Intelligent Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
An electrical, computer science, or structural engineer, physics major, or young professional of similar background with experience in automated analysis and algorithm development based on intelligent machine learning and/or pattern recognition.
An individual with both a technical (structural engineering is preferred) and sales/marketing background that has experience marketing to public and private owners of infrastructure such as bridges, dams, telecommunication towers, etc. MFS provides a comfortable work place, competitive salary, reimbursed travel, and unique experience as well as the opportunity to work with some of the leaders in the nondestructive testing and structural health monitoring industry.
Metal Fatigue Solutions (MFS) is a Las Vegas, NV based company with satellite offices throughout the United States that specializes in the monitoring of bridges and other metal structures with their patented and proprietary Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor (EFS). The EFS is the only nondestructive testing technology able to find growing cracks as minute as 0.01 inches. This critical information allows structural engineers to isolate and repair the more than 100,000 steel bridges in the US that have been classified as structurally deficient or functionally obsolete by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). MFS is currently in the market to grow their already stellar engineering and marketing team with the addition of several key players.