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AEI is always on the lookout for exceptional talent.  

AEI Corporation is a premier forensic engineering firm comprised of some of the best experts in the industry.  Since 2005, AEI’s experts have utilized forensic engineering and their expertise to help determine the causes of incidents for a broad spectrum of clients. Some of those clients include propane and natural gas companies, appliance and equipment manufacturers, utilities, law firms, insurance carries, the energy sector, and more.  Our firm is experiencing record growth – investing in our staff and technology keeps us at the forefront of the industry. Integrity and high-quality service are corporate cornerstones.

Our corporate headquarters are located in the southwest Denver metro area, in Littleton, Colorado.  The facility includes a 14,000 square foot lab/office on a 2-acre secure lot.  We have an expansive, well-equipped laboratory, test facilities, and on-site evidence storage.

 AEI Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer providing a smoke-free work environment. AEI Corporation complies with Equal Pay Act transparency requirements.  To apply for any open position, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to: HR@AEIengineers.com, or by fax at 303-756-2911. Please, no agencies.

AEI is currently actively seeking talent for the following positions:

Materials Scientist

AEI is currently seeking a materials scientist/metallurgist to join our professional staff. The candidate hired will conduct forensic investigations involving field work, laboratory examinations, testing, and research.

Responsibilities and Duties

The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:

Strong background in microscopy and scientific imaging/characterization

Fracture & failure analysis of metals and other ductile or brittle materials

Corrosion science and engineering

Metals & alloys knowledge and characterization

Plastics, polymers, elastomers & other composite materials

Metallurgical examination techniques including radiography, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDS), metallographic grain structure examination, chemical analysis, hardness testing, and tensile testing

Materialographic specimen mounting, polishing, and etching techniques

Forensic investigative protocol/experience, or joint, forensic inspection/examination experience

Technical report preparation, including forming legal scientific opinions

Expert testimony

Position Requirements

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Science, Physical Science, and/or Metallurgical Engineering, advanced degree preferred

Ideally, 5+ years of industry experience, and/or Professional Engineer (PE) license or ability to obtain

Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills

Ability to perform field work and travel regularly

Pay range is $70,00 - $120,000, plus potential to earn bonus.

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Mechanical Engineer

This position will be focused on the completion of forensic engineering assignments.  Mechanical investigations cover a wide variety of systems, equipment, and components.  Common areas of investigation include plumbing, appliances, HVAC systems, heavy equipment (including construction and farm equipment), and machinery.  Many machinery failures are caused by equipment misuse, improper installation, and/or lack of maintenance.  As a mechanical forensic engineer, you will investigate a wide array of mechanical issues.

Responsibilities and Duties

Analyze failures, accidents, damages, and defects.

Conduct on-site investigations.

Participate in and/or lead laboratory inspections and testing.

Provide expert testimony and depositions as required.

Prepare expert reports.

Exhibit willingness to work a flexible schedule and additional hours during busy periods.

Travel at ~60-75%.

Maintain continuing education and certifications.

Position Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Be an active registered Professional Engineer (PE).

CFI or CFEI certification is desired but not required.

Previous forensic experience is highly preferred but not required.

Previous expert testimony or deposition experience is highly preferred but not required.

Pay range is $70,00 - $120,000, plus potential to earn bonus.

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Electrical Engineer

This position will be focused on the completion of forensic engineering assignments and requires experience with the investigation of product liability claims on behalf of both the subrogation and defense teams.  Investigations may involve anything from small household appliances to commercial or industrial equipment.  Background and experience with electrical accidents, lightning-related incidents, code compliance, and control systems are desired.

Responsibilities and Duties

Analyze failures, accidents, damages, and defects.

Conduct on-site investigations.

Participate in and/or lead laboratory inspections and testing.

Provide expert testimony and depositions as required.

Prepare expert reports.

Exhibit willingness to work a flexible schedule and additional hours during busy periods.

Travel at ~60-75%.

Maintain continuing education and certifications.

Position Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering

Be an active registered Professional Engineer (PE).

Pay range is $70,00 - $120,000, plus potential to earn bonus.

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At AEI we offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits that include but are not limited to:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Quarterly performance-based bonuses
  • 401(k) program with Safe Harbor Match
  • Paid time off
  • Annual training/professional development
  • Licensing and professional membership fees
  • Health Savings Account (HSA), including company contribution
  • Life insurance
  • Competitive salary
  • Smoke-free office