GeoEngineers, Inc., a leading engineering and environmental consulting services provider, is seeking an Associate/Senior level Water Resource Engineer for one of our Puget Sound area offices to assist with a variety of technically challenging projects. GeoEngineers, is an employee-owned company established in 1980 providing unparalleled client service and innovative science and engineering solutions. This is a great opportunity to use your skills in water resource engineering, river hydraulics, geomorphology, and habitat restoration to make a real impact on ground breaking projects.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
As a Senior Water Resources Engineer, you will play a key role in GeoEngineers water and river engineering practice, which includes a wide range of water resource related projects including stream and river habitat restoration, culvert and fish passage design and flood control projects throughout the Pacific Northwest. You will have flexibility to design and build solutions for clients that impact ecosystems, watersheds, and communities. Specific job responsibilities include: coordination of field data collection; hydraulic and hydrologic modeling; completion of complex engineering analyses and calculations; development of natural channel restoration designs; preparation of design drawings; development of bid plans, specifications and engineers cost estimates and technical report writing, and providing technical review and mentorship of junior engineering staff. This position can be based out of our Seattle, Tacoma, Redmond, or Bellingham office.
GeoEngineers is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values workplace diversity.
Apply at https://geoengineers.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=5&c=geoengineers&id=923
• BS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Water Resources required, MS preferred • PE license in Washington State; PE registration in OR and ID is desirable • 5-10 years of related professional experience, preferably with prior consulting experience • Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with clients, both public and private, as well as representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies. • Training and experience must include use of standard 1-dimensional hydraulic models (e.g. HEC-RAS), with preference for candidate with experience with 2-dimensional (2-D) hydraulic modeling • Experience with AutoCAD, Civil 3D, GIS, standard hydrologic data analysis software and sediment transport modeling preferred • Familiarity with developing design and bid packages including design drawings, specifications, and cost estimates • Knowledge of environmental planning and regulations along with general knowledge of fisheries biology in the Pacific Northwest desired • Ability to successfully work within a team, as well as professional-level verbal and written communication skills • Valid driver's license
More than 30 years ago, GeoEngineers’ founders envisioned an employee-owned company of technical experts known for their integrity and strong client relationships. We have made good on our founders’ vision, earning a reputation as creative thinkers and trusted advisors who work in partnership with our clients on their most challenging projects.