Geotechnical Engineers – Staff, Senior Staff and Project Geotechnical Engineers for water, flood control and other infrastructure projects, including dams, levees, spillways, outlet works, channels, pipelines, retaining structures and other facilities. Openings are currently available in the Irvine, California Headquarters in southern California. Projects will be located in California, Texas, Florida, and other states. GENTERRA is an engineering consulting firm providing civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydrology, hydraulics, water resources engineering, structural engineering, and other engineering and geoscience disciplines. The firm specializes in the design, evaluation and rehabilitation of dams, levees, water storage, civil works projects, and other water and flood control and flood reduction facilities, such as dikes, flood walls, channels, pipelines and pump stations. Immediate and near-term full-time or part-time positions are available. The company web site is at http://www.genterra.com. Submit resumes in confidence by E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or Mail to Joseph J. Kulikowski, P.E., G.E., GENTERRA Consultants, Inc., 15375 Barranca Pkwy., Bldg. L, Irvine, CA 92618.
There are immediate and near-term openings for the following levels: Staff, Senior or Project Civil Engineer or Project Geotechnical Engineer with an MS Degree or PhD in Civil Engineering or Geotechnical Engineering from a recognized college or university with a strong reputation. Registration as a Professional Engineer or Geotechnical Engineer in California or any other State is not required for Staff level positions but is preferred for Project and Senior Geotechnical Engineer positions. Projects would include the design, evaluation, inspection, assessment, construction and rehabilitation of dams, levees and other water retaining structures, flood control and wastewater facilities in the United States, including earth, rockfill, concrete and roller compacted concrete (RCC) structures, levees, pipelines, channels, hydraulic structures, spillways, reservoir outlet works, pump stations, and coastal projects such as sedimentation studies, breakwaters and jetties. A Master's Degree or higher is preferred for all positions, but a lesser degree will be considered based on experience and location. Requirements also include strong computer skills, hands-on experience using SharePoint and/or other collaboration and document exchange programs, very good communications and excellent writing skills, and evidence of success in working well with other staff and clients as part of a responsive, technical and professional team.