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Water Resources Engineer - 1773403
Centennial, USA
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Job Description

 

We are seeking a Project Engineer for our Centennial Water Resources team. The candidate should be well-rounded, team oriented, and familiar with the local community and development process.


Essential Duties/Responsibilities

  • Water Resources engineering analysis & design and construction plan production; including hydrologic analysis, hydraulic analysis, grading, storm sewer and channel plans, and detention pond design and construction plans. Applicable software modeling, reports, and calculations.
  • Carrying out and completing multiple project assignments through all project phases.
  • Assisting in the preparation of construction plans, specifications, supporting documents, and design reports for stormwater and utility public works projects.
  • Planning, scheduling, and coordinating the work of the project team, including the coordination of the project with the review agencies.
  • Review work from peers to ensure sound and accurate designs, plans, and reports that meet all applicable criteria, client or project goals, and the high standard of quality that our company demands.
  • Provide meaningful direction, training, and guidance to junior staff to grow their knowledge and skill sets to build a collaborative team atmosphere and strong working relationships.

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum 4 years of civil engineering experience required.
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering required.
  • EIT certification required.
  • PE License, or the ability to obtain a Colorado PE license within 12 months.
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D proficiency (or Microstation experience with the ability to learn AutoCAD).
  • Broad multi-disciplinary knowledge in civil engineering including strength in hydrology and hydraulics, and exposure to wastewater, structural, construction, and geotechnical topics.
  • Strong technical knowledge with hydrology, hydraulics, utility design and associated modeling software (StormCAD, CUHP, EPA SWMM, and HEC-RAS experience preferred).
  • Strong interpersonal, problem solving, conflict resolution, analytical, and time and resource management skills.
  • Knowledge of Mile High Flood District processes and experience working within Denver Metro Area jurisdictions are a plus.
  • Efficient time management skills to handle multiple projects simultaneously and with minimal supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Strong verbal / written communication skills.
  • Strong planning / organizational skills.


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