Do You Love Steel?
Being an architect or structural engineer doesn't mean you need to spend your life behind a desk to have a successful career. AISC has a great team of business development staff who work in target cities around the country to educate and sell the benefits and beauty of using structural steel in today's buildings. By title, we may call our marketing professionals "Specialists"—but in the mirror, they look like YOU!
If you LOVE steel and really want to be on the other side of the desk, think about joining our team of marketing/sales Structural Steel Specialists.
We have positions open in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and New York City.
You need to live and work in your target city building relationships and meeting with key decision makers about the benefits of fabricated structural steel for their buildings. You'll spend at least 10 days a month meeting with architects, structural engineers, owners/developers, and contractors.
You need technical knowledge (a degree in civil/structural engineering/architecture is
preferred) or steel industry sales experience, a love of steel plus a minimum of five years of experience in building design, construction or fabrication. Fantastic communication keys are critical to your success. You'll need to be comfortable with both public speaking and writing.
AISC values my diverse background, and I've never been happier. I've designed bridges and buildings as a structural engineer. I've worked in forensic engineering, construction supervision, facilities maintenance and industrial manufacturing. My experience and knowledge help design and construction teams find the resources they need to find their solution in steel.—Matt Brady, structural steel specialist, Baltimore/Washington DC
I have been in the design and construction industry for over 20 years, and I consider working with the team at AISC my dream job! I get the opportunity to work with industry experts on a regular basis. I help to educate design professionals in the construction industry about the benefits of structural steel and help them be successful on their next project.—Tim Bradshaw, structural steel specialist, Atlanta