Mid-Senior Water/Waste Water Engineer
- Location: Helena Valley West Central
- Salary: £75k - 120k per year
Mid-Senior Water/Waste Water Engineer
Location: Helena Valley West Central
Salary: £75k - 120k per year
Opportunity: We are looking to intentionally grow our municipal service offerings. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced seller-doer, project manager, or task manager who is looking for a new challenge. Join our team today and make an impact in the communities in which we live, work, and play.
Project types : Water, wastewater, stormwater system design, and civil engineering for Municipal and Government clients.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology or, equivalent.
Value-added skills or certifications depending on experience level could include:
Must have a valid driver's license and insurable driving record
Salary: $75,000 - $120,000 annually depending on experience
We're putting together a team of seasoned professionals who can deliver water and natural resource projects while adeptly managing stakeholder relationships and implementing innovative solutions that balance surface water management needs, environmental requirements, and resource conservation goals.We're looking for a Senior Water Resources Engineer who's passionate about making a difference and has an entrepreneurial spirit. You'll get to work on a range of public and private projects such as in-stream surface water intakes, screening and passage, conservation and conveyance for irrigation districts, and support projects for hatcheries and NWR.If this resonates with you, we want to hear from you! We offer you the opportunity to pursue your passions with the support of a successful and innovative team of professionals. We prioritize personal and professional growth and strive to establish a supportive structure that minimizes organizational constraints. Qualifications: An ideal candidate will have the following experience and background: 5-10 years of experience in project management and design of general water resources engineering projectsPreferably experienced in designing hydraulic structures, culverts, fish passage and screening, stream restoration, and water pipeline conveyance.Familiarity with civil and water resources engineering, environmental management and permitting, as well as hydrologic/environmental and watershed modeling and simulation is preferred.Proficiency in creating engineering reports and analysis such as pipeline modeling, hydraulic flow determination based on gauge and exceedance data, and HEC-RAS modeling.Complete design phase experience including developing bid documents, specifications, cost estimates, and drawings.Experience in consulting with clients and natural resources agencies.A general understanding of natural resource permit requirements and project implications.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Ability to handle multiple projects and priorities concurrently.Passionate about delivering exceptional client service.
Job Title : Wastewater EngineerLocation : Chicago or surrounding stateJob Summary:We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Wastewater Engineer to join our team. The primary focus of this position will be to design, implement and manage traditional and advanced wastewater treatment systems.Key Responsibilities:- Design and oversee the construction and operation of traditional and advanced wastewater treatment systems, including but not limited to, activated sludge processes, membrane bioreactors, anaerobic digestion, and chemical precipitation.- Conduct laboratory and field experiments to evaluate wastewater treatment performance and optimize treatment processes.- Prepare engineering reports, feasibility studies, and detailed engineering designs for wastewater treatment facilities.- Manage and coordinate construction activities, including reviewing and approving plans, specifications, and contract documents.- Provide technical assistance and support to clients, regulatory agencies, and contractors on wastewater treatment issues.- Evaluate and recommend new technologies and treatment methods to improve wastewater treatment efficiency and compliance with regulatory requirements.- Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations and standards.- Collaborate with other engineers, scientists, and technicians on wastewater treatment projects.Qualifications:- Bachelor's or Master's degree in environmental engineering, civil engineering, or related field.- Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred.- Minimum of 5 years of experience in wastewater treatment engineering, with a focus on traditional and advanced treatment methods.- Knowledge of wastewater treatment regulations, guidelines, and best practices.- Experience with wastewater treatment plant design, construction, and operation.- Strong project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including health, dental, and vision insurance, retirement plan, and paid time off. If you have a passion for wastewater treatment engineering and want to join a dynamic team, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Job Title : Wastewater Infrastructure EngineerLocation : Chicago or surrounding stateJob Summary:We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Wastewater Infrastructure Engineer to join our team. The primary focus of this position will be to design, implement and manage wastewater infrastructure and conveyance systems with a specific focus on pipelines.Key Responsibilities:- Design and oversee he construction and operation of wastewater conveyance and infrastructure systems, including but not limited to, pipelines, pump stations, and manholes.- Conduct hydraulic modeling and analysis to optimize the performance of wastewater collection systems.- Prepare engineering reports, feasibility studies, and detailed engineering designs for wastewater infrastructure and conveyance systems.- Manage and coordinate construction activities, including reviewing and approving plans, specifications, and contract documents.- Provide technical assistance and support to clients, regulatory agencies, and contractors on wastewater infrastructure and conveyance issues.- Evaluate and recommend new technologies and methods to improve wastewater conveyance efficiency and compliance with regulatory requirements.- Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations and standards.- Collaborate with other engineers, scientists, and technicians on wastewater infrastructure and conveyance projects.Qualifications:- Bachelor's or Master's degree in environmental engineering, civil engineering, or related field.- Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred.- Minimum of 5 years of experience in wastewater infrastructure and conveyance engineering, with a focus on pipeline systems.- Knowledge of wastewater conveyance regulations, guidelines, and best practices.- Experience with pipeline design, construction, and operation.- Strong project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including health, dental, and vision insurance, retirement plan, and paid time off. If you have a passion for wastewater infrastructure and conveyance engineering and want to join a dynamic team, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Our client is seeking a Water Treatment Engineer with 5-15 years of experience to join their rapidly growing Denver offices with locations in Lakewood and the Denver Tech Center. The candidate will be involved with a wide range of water infrastructure projects, which can include water treatment, reuse, and optimization.This position will be focused on leading and delivering municipal water facilities planning and design projects. Task responsibilities will include project management, design management, preparation of assessment and design reports, performing design calculations, equipment sizing/ selection, preparation of construction documents, and support of construction management/commissioning needs. Field work and site visits from planning through construction will be required.This position requires experience with project and design management or the desire to grow into a project management role. The position will lead to an increasing level of client development and management commensurate with experience, supported by our client's local office and firm-wide technical resources.The minimum professional qualifications are a B.S. degree in Environmental, Civil, or Mechanical Engineering, and the ability to obtain a P.E. license in Colorado within six months of employment. Additional years of experience will be credited for candidates with a M.S or PhD. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
This established consulting firm specializes in engineering, planning, building codes, and construction compliance. With office locations in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellingham, Washington, we have built a strong reputation in the industry. As a growing firm, we have a significant backlog of municipal consulting services contracts in the Northwest, primarily serving clients in Western Washington. We take pride in being an employee-owned and managed company that fosters employee development and retention within a positive, collaborative, and challenging work environment. We are committed to ensuring a healthy work-life balance for all staff members.Expertise: Over the years, we has provided comprehensive assistance to a diverse range of clients in the Puget Sound region for their wastewater treatment needs. Our services include planning, evaluations, pilot testing, design, construction support, optimization, permitting, and on-call assistance. Our team possesses the expertise and resources to serve larger municipalities while remaining adaptable and efficient to also cater to the needs of smaller municipalities and select industrial clients. We have been at the forefront of partnering with energy services companies (ESCOs) in the area, collaborating on projects aimed at reducing energy consumption by wastewater utilities. We constantly engage with and evaluate new technologies to deliver innovative solutions, such as recent projects involving peracetic acid for disinfection, mobile organic biofilm for activated sludge processes, and gasification and pyrolysis for biosolids processing. With the ongoing Puget Sound Nutrient Reduction Project, there are abundant opportunities for us to assist new and existing clients in meeting pending nitrogen limits.Position: Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager The Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager plays a pivotal role in the continued growth of our company. Key responsibilities include maintaining client relationships, managing projects for existing clients, and actively pursuing new client opportunities. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in municipal engineering, specifically focused on wastewater treatment process design, with a comprehensive understanding of related electrical, structural, instrumentation, and civil design aspects. While the primary responsibility will be executing wastewater treatment projects, the candidate should also be flexible in working on other civil engineering projects based on workload and project needs. Strong project management skills are essential, including the ability to develop scopes of work, budgets, and schedules during project planning, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality projects within designated timelines and budgets. The Senior Project Engineer/Project Manager will independently coordinate staffing and workload throughout the entire project development process and ensure the timely completion of all deliverables.Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Mechanical EngineeringLicensed Professional Engineer (PE) with a State of Washington PE license required within 6 months of hire10+ years of demonstrated success working on multi-disciplinary engineering projectsProven experience in wastewater treatment projects, including design, process evaluations, planning, and/or testingStrong background in technical leadership, mentoring, and project managementExcellent verbal and written communication skillsPositive attitude and commitment to actively participating in our employee-owned cultureProficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and MS Project Additional Qualifications: The following qualifications would be advantageous for the role: Working knowledge of AutoCAD and/or Revit (BIM) design software productsExperience with wastewater process modeling software (e.g., BioWin)Master's DegreeInvolvement in professional societiesEstablished clientele and professional relationshipsProject management training, PMP certification, or similar technical design leadership We Offer: Generous total compensation packageMonthly commute/home office stipend for transportation, parking, and home office expenses 100% company-paid employee medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance60% company-paid dependent health and vision insurance50% company-paid dependent dental insuranceHealth Savings Account and Flexible Spending Account options for tax savingsFlexible schedulesReimbursement for professional registrations/renewals and approved training/conferencesPaid memberships in professional organizationsEmployee referral bonus programCareer guide mentorship programPaid time off (sick, vacation, holidays, and volunteer day)401(k) retirement plan with company matching contributionOwnership opportunity We are an equal opportunity employer committed to the principles of non-discrimination in the workplace. We do not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
We are currently seeking to add a Senior Civil Water Resources Engineer to our dynamic team.$110,000 to $150,000 annually with benefits.We're looking for a Senior Civil Engineer to join our Water Resources Practice supporting municipal projects throughout Washington and Oregon. This role will actively lead the innovation, design, and oversight of project pursuit, development and delivery. You will work with a team of engineers, planners, and environmental scientists to develop projects related to infrastructure improvements, flood control, fish passage, and stream restoration projects. Additionally, there will be the mentorship and management of junior staff.QUALIFICATIONSMinimum Qualifications Bachelor's in Civil Engineering or related fieldRegistered Professional Engineer (PE) in Washington.10+ years of experience in planning, design, PS&E development, and construction support for municipal infrastructure or water resources projectsProficiency with hydraulic design software including HEC-RAS, SWMMM, and WWHM/HSPFExperience with AutoCAD/Civil3D, and/or Microstation/InroadsStrong written and verbal communication Valid driver's license Desirable Qualifications Understanding of Washington state and local industry rules and regulations. Understanding of Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) design standards and Washington State Department of Fish &Wildlife (WDFW) guidelinesExperience with GIS applicationsExperience with hydraulic design software SRH-2D PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Project management for engineering and design projectsLead and provide design expertiseDevelop project deliverables QA/QC other's work for completeness, accuracy, and complianceMonitor budgets and schedules Serve as client account manager Assist and collaborate on the marketing of new projectsInterface regularly with clients Mentorship and training FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES Growth into a supervisory role
Our a unique opportunity available to join their Water Infrastructure team, where the successful candidate will provide high-quality water, wastewater, and/or recycled water service. The ideal candidate will have technical expertise in environmental engineering, water and/or wastewater treatment, solids removal and handling, extended aeration facilities, membrane treatment equipment, and process piping. The candidate should have experience in preparing engineering reports, contract documents for construction, and overseeing the construction of work design.What will you need to succeed? 4-8 years of engineering experience.B.S. Degree in Civil or Environmental.Registered Professional Engineer. In addition, this position will require experience in the following supervisory and project engineering duties: Coordinating the work of engineers and developing and monitoring phase schedules and budgets components of larger projectsExperience leading the design or portions of the designExperience in Construction Administration including coordinating submittal reviewFamiliarity with AutoCAD softwareMentoring and directing staff on technical assignments, and reviewing technical work completed by engineers under supervision.Interacting with clients, representing the firm in a professional manner.
We have an immediate opening for a full-time, mid-level, Geologist/Engineer/Environmental Scientist in our San Diego or Walnut Creek, CA office. The successful candidate will work in both the field and office to support CERCLA and RCRA environmental assessment, remediation, and construction projects. This will be an in person position with some flexibility to work from home periodically.If you are a self-motivated individual looking for the opportunity for professional growth and increasing levels of responsibility, you'll find our firm is a great fit.Key Responsibilities - Office: Prepare project planning documents (work plans, quality control plans, health and safety plans, sampling and analysis plans)Conduct field work preparation (procuring subcontracts, materials and equipment, and scheduling subcontractors/vendors)Support remediation programs through analysis of remedial alternatives, evaluation of remedial performance data, and remediation system optimizationCompile and interpret complex technical data, and prepare technical memorandums and project reports as the principal author; respond to internal, client and regulatory commentsWork and communicate in a team environment to ensuring quality project executionServe as a task manager; supporting project technical and financial goals, and collaborating with stakeholders to successfully meet project objectives Key Responsibilities - Field: Perform soil, groundwater, sediment, surface water, air, and waste characterization samplingOperate and maintain soil and groundwater remedial systemsConduct lithological/soil classifications per standard referencesSupervise subcontractors and field crewComplete required field documentation Critically think and make sound decisions to troubleshoot issues while working in the field Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Geology, Engineering, or related Environmental Science field with 5 years of environmental assessment/remediation field experience ORMaster's degree in Geology, Engineering, or related Environmental Science field and 3 years of environmental assessment/remediation field experience Experience with assessment and remedial programs under CERCLA and RCRA regulationsStrong attention to detail, with excellent analytical and problem-solving capabilities to ensure compliance with project requirementsAbility to provide excellent customer service, build rapport with clients, and remain responsive to client needs and expectationsPossess excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to interact effectively with the project team, customers, and stakeholdersDemonstrated ability to follow direction and work independently, as well as in a team environment, and understands project roles and responsibilitiesPossess a positive professional attitude and be flexible when challenges ariseDemonstrates a high standard of quality for work productsAbility to gain access to Department of Defense project sites (US citizen with ability to pass Federal Background Check)Valid driver's license with a good driving record and the ability to travel and drive regularlyExperience working with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint. Preferred Qualifications, Skills and Abilities: Ability to become a registered professional (PG, PE, PMP)Possess 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification with up-to-date 8-hour refresherKnowledge of RCRA, CERCLA and other environmental regulations
An engineering and environmental sciences consulting firm that is employee-owned, full-service and serves both private and public clients across the United States is currently looking for an energetic Environmental Engineer with experience in investigating and remediating hazardous waste sites to join our Irvine, CA office. You'll be involved in exciting projects that cover the entire process, from planning and investigations to feasibility studies, remedial action plans, design, construction observation and project completion. These projects will include hazardous waste and brownfields site assessments, remediation system operations, maintenance and monitoring, remediation system engineering design, and vapor intrusion mitigation design and pilot tests.As a mid-level Environmental Engineer, your responsibilities will include: Developing scopes of work and budgets for proposals and work authorizationsManaging field investigations, collecting field data, overseeing data management, and interpreting data collected at sitePreparing plans and specifications for the remediation of hazardous waste sites and brownfields, and managing project schedules and budgetsProviding engineering and construction observation services during the construction and implementation of design projects To be considered for the role, you should have: BS and/or MS in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, or Chemical Engineering, or a similar degreeA minimum of 5 to 10 years' experience as a project engineer involved with planning, design and construction of environmental site assessment and remediation projectsEffective communication skills, both written and oralA clear California Professional Civil (preferred) or Chemical Engineer's license, or be on track for licensure within 12 monthsA current valid driver's license and clean driving recordMedical clearance to work on hazardous waste sites and the ability to lift 35 poundsAbility to multi-task, stay organized, work independently, collaborate with various project teams, possess a great attitude and be eager to learnProof of COVID-19 vaccination is required If you're passionate about making a positive impact on California's environment while advancing your career, then this is the right place for you.
Immediate opening for a Mid-Level Hydrogeologist in our Ventura, CA or Santa Barbara, CA office.Field Data Collection and Oversight Prepare for field events including ensuring all necessary subcontracts are in place, all materials and equipment are in hand, and any training or reviews are completed prior to mobilization.Review and understand all relevant work plans and health & safety plans prior to initiating field workFulfill data quality objectives (DQOs) for all field collected data and samples; responsible for data quality during pre-field preparations, field work execution, sample management, and documentation.Supervise subcontractor drilling and well installation activities and evaluate subcontractor performance against project quality objectives, state regulatory requirements, and scopeSupervise junior level staff and field technicians, including oversight and review of field data collection.Prepare detailed daily field reports for customer and project file.Interpret soil/rock cores, describe site lithology per USCS and site/regional knowledge.Ability to sample all environmental media: soil, groundwater, sediment, surface water, air/vapor, and/or waste, per established SOPs and approved sampling and analysis plans.Complete all required field documentation and maintain project files. Data Evaluations/Conceptual Site Model (CSM) Development Develop sampling plans to support development and refinement of conceptual site models per established project objectives and approved work plans.Research and develop accurate and relevant descriptions of site geology and hydrogeology, including geologic/hydrogeologic/geochemical/biological/etc. controls on contaminant fate and transport.Develop groundwater elevation contour maps, calculate gradients (horizontal, vertical), and estimate groundwater flow directions.Review and evaluate analytical results and field measurements against current CSM and project DQOs.Evaluate potential contaminant pathways and receptors, fate and transport, including analytical and digital modeling.Produce data visualization products (work with CADD and/or GIS).Write routine and special reports including work plans, tech memos, site characterization/remedial investigation reports, periodic monitoring reports. Project Administration and Support Support project managers in tracking schedules, deliverables, and costs.Prepare progress and cost reports for assigned tasks.Procurement activities including developing scopes of work, researching subcontractors, pricing, tracking status of bids, and coordinating with buyer/subcontract manager.Support marketing and proposal efforts as assigned. Qualifications California PG required; CHG or on-track to obtain CHG, preferred.5-7 years of experience in environmental remediation, including well design, installation, development, groundwater sampling, and data interpretationsStrong communication skills (written and verbal)Able to serve as both a team leader and team playerFocused, disciplined individual passionate about producing quality work and contributing to a positive and productive work environment EOE- Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
We have exciting full-time opportunities in our Helena, Montana and Sheridan, Wyoming offices for Mid-Level Transportation Engineers. Tasks may include calculations; design report writing; development of technical memorandum; preparation of construction plans and specifications; site visits; data collection. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology or equivalent. Minimum of 4 years' experience in the Transportation Engineering industry with focus on roadway design.A professional engineering (PE) license is preferred.Proficiency in MicroStation, AutoCAD and/or GIS software platforms a plus.Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel and Word. **This position will require periodic travel. Must have a valid driver license and insurable driving record.Salary: $65,000 - $90,000/year This is a full-time position, but for the right individual a 30-hour part-time position would be considered. Benefits: Flexible Work Arrangement ProgramEmployee Stock OwnershipMedical, Dental, and Vision InsuranceHealth Savings Account contributionsPaid Personal & Holiday Leave401K matching contribution
Calling all Seller-Doers who are driven to exceed expectations to help grow out a team's Municipal Water & Wastewater Services in Oregon and Washington. For the experienced candidate, this is an exciting and challenging opportunity focused within areas of business development, project management, technical expertise and project delivery. Apply today to make an impact where you work, live and play.Responsibilities: Assist with facilitating the growth of Water/Wastewater Group through leadership in these key areas; business development, and project delivery while coordinating with other members of the firm’s Water/Wastewater Group and Senior Management Team.Develop, foster and maintain strong relationships with past, present, and future clientsGrow and mentor staff from a client care, business development and technical perspective.Manage the following; scope, schedule, budget and personnel for projects. Qualifications: Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university or equivalent.Mid-Level - 5 years’ in the Civil and Water/Wastewater industry working with municipalities. Senior-Level - 12 years’ in the Civil and Water/Wastewater industry working with municipalities.OR/WA PE License or ability to obtain within six months of employment. Value-Adds: Conveyance and collection planning and designTreatment planning and designCivil 3D ExperienceFunding, Regulatory Coordination A valid driver license and insurable driving record are required.Relocation assistance available$75,000 - $120,000 DOEBenefits: Flexible Work SchedulesESOPMedical, Dental, and Vision BenefitsHSA ContributionsPersonal & Holiday Leave - Paid401K + % contribution