Tirocinio Curriculare - Civil / Environmental Engineering

Job Location IT-Zola Predosa
Posted Date 3 months ago(08/11/2021 08:50)
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For nearly 140 years, Maccaferri has provided innovative solutions to the construction industry and built environment. Renowned as the world leader in gabion retaining structures, Maccaferri has diversified significantly over the past 20 years and now offers engineered solutions including reinforced soil structures, coastal protection, landfills, natural hazard mitigation and river works. Maccaferri’s vision is to become a leading international provider of advanced solutions to the construction, mining and geotechnical markets. Implementing a strategy of vertical integration, Maccaferri researches, designs, supplies and provides construction solutions within its target markets.


The intern will support all the OMI Technical Division activities, taking care of the technical aspects of the products, offering advice to subsidiaries, finding solutions for the proper application of the products.


  • Civil Engineering Degree / Second Cycle Degree in Environmental Engineering. Candidates with ERASMUS experience will be favorably considered.
  • Problem Solving;
  • Analytical skills;
  • Relational skills;
  • MS Office;
  • Fluent English.

The Candidate should have experience with the following engineering aspects (either through university studies or job experience):

  • GEOTECHNICS: Soil parameter selection on the basis of ground investigation data supplied by Clients, earth pressure theory, preliminary evaluation of the settlements, slope stability, international geotechnical standards/codes;
  • HYDRAULICS: Free surface flow, river hydrology, river flood protection, underground water flow, analysis of extreme events (rain, river discharges);
  • STRUCTURES: Retaining wall stability, preliminary design of road pavements and platforms, design of rock fall protection structures, international standards/codes.


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