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Civil Engineer

Coos Bay, Oregon
Up to $120,000 per year + benefits, bonus, shareholder eligibility
Closing date
Dec 31, 2022

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Coasts, Oceans, Ports & Waterways
Position Type
Contract Type
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
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Consulting Civil Engineer for (re)Start-Up

This position will fit someone with an entrepreneurial spirit, someone who wants to get in on the ground floor of the revitalization of Oregon’s South Coast harbor, port, and railways, and yet continue our work in municipal infrastructure. This is a job for someone who sees themself as a Regional Principal in the future; there is lots of growth potential in this position.

For the right individual, a career pathway could be entering as a Project Manager, promoting to Senior Project Manager (managing multiple disciplines on large projects), and then promoting to Regional Principal (responsible for Coos Bay staff and projects). Depending on experience and drive, this pathway could take as little as five years. Shareholder eligibility is available after one year.


Education and Experience:

• Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in engineering or a related area of study from an accredited four-year college or university 

• 5 to 15 years of engineering experience under the direction of a licensed professional engineer 

• Proficiency with Civil 3D and AutoCAD



• Experience with site development and/or municipal engineering 

• Experience with GIS, Hydrology/Hydraulics programs


Certificates and Licenses:

• Professional Civil Engineer license (P.E.) in Oregon and/or California  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship  • Valid driver's license and satisfactory driving clearance



• A small business with 100+ staff 

• Employee-owned by approximately 30% of staff, which allows us to control our firm’s destiny and direction 

• A company with offices in rural areas because we choose to live and work in these places. 

• A company with revenues from both public and private clients, giving us stability as the economy cycles up and down 

• A team effort of engineers, geologists, planners, surveyors, and environmental scientists and we bring a diversity of skills and expertise to our projects


People who thrive at SHN tend to:

• Find meaning in the work we do because our projects support our local communities 

• Like a variety of work more than increased specialization 

• Function well in teams as both team leaders and followers 

• Be life-long learners 

• Take advantage of outdoor recreation that is minutes away from our homes 

• Value persona/family time and integrate work into life


Other benefits of working at SHN include:

• Group medical, dental and vision insurance 

• Medical and dependent care FSA 

• 401(k) plan with up to 4% SHN match 

• SHN paid term life insurance with buy up options 

• Pet friendly 

• Flexible work arrangements 

• Professional development and licensure allowances 

• In-house continuing education and mentoring opportunities 

• Shareholder opportunities, referral bonus program


We Are an Equal Opportunity Employer

To Apply: Please send a cover letter that addresses your interest and experience along with your resume.  All inquiries will remain confidential.


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