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Dear SEA-Int friends: Usually when I get an e-mail on job opportunities I send it to our graduating students. The one bellow is looking for S.E.'s licensed in California, so I asked the sender if it is OK to post it here in case someone on our list might be interested in considering and he has agreed. I have to disclose that I have not had any interaction with them in the past but their web site indicates they have done more than 1000 health care buildings since 1960's. Pretty impressive to me!
Best wishes,
Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, Professor and
Consultant on Structural Engineering, Earthquake Engineering and
Protection of Buildings and Bridges

Dr. Astaneh-Asl

I respect your knowledge of the Structural Engineering industry.

I have an urgent need to find a California Licensed Structural Engineer for our headquarters in Missouri. The successful candidate will head our Structural Engineering Department.

Do you know anyone in your network who may be interested in the opportunity?

I welcome any leads or suggestions regarding my search. Please share the enclosed opportunity with your network and I trust to hear from you soon.


Melvin R. Nelson
Recruiting Specialist
HBE Corporation
mnelson(--nospam--at) <mailto:mnelson(--nospam--at)>

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