Senior Engineer: Water/Wastewater (PE)
- Location: San Francisco
- Salary: $135.2k - 180k per year
Senior Engineer: Water/Wastewater (PE)
Location: San Francisco
Salary: $135.2k - 180k per year
As a Senior Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical leadership and maintaining project excellence. Your role will involve working with clients and internal teams to design and develop various projects, including water and wastewater infrastructure, water resource modeling, hydraulic calculations, environmental compliance, and program management support. You will manage all aspects of the project from proposal to completion, and participate in future marketing pursuits, support junior staff development, and strategic growth.
Expectations: Excellent written and oral communication skills are required, as well as eagerness and enthusiasm to serve in both field and office positions on a wide variety of planning and engineering projects throughout California.
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Job Title: Project Manager - Water & WastewaterSalary Range: $120,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Phoenix or Tuscon, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Job Responsibilities: Manage and mentor Professional Engineers (PE's), Engineers In Training (EIT's), and other technical staffCreate and develop written proposals and may be required to do some technical writingManage and coordinate water and wastewater design projectsFacilitate and coordinate communication and the delivery of information between subcontractors, vendors, partner consultants, and clientsBuild relationships with current and future clients and vendors Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and/or master's degree in a related engineering discipline or in a related fieldPreference given to those registered (or have the ability to register) as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of ArizonaMinimum of 7 years of experience working with water/wastewater systemsMinimum of 2 years of experience as a project manager in an engineering environmentExcellent written and verbal communication skillsProficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Project, Outlook) Benefits: Industry-leading compensation and benefits plansFlexible work schedules and remote/hybrid options for most rolesRecognition of years of industry experience when calculating PTOUnique, creative, and challenging projects in a multidisciplinary environmentTwo-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational supportCareer-path structure to assist in reaching the next steps in a careerLongstanding history of working with local government and tribes to provide respectful cultural and environmental services to clientsCollaborative work environment encouraging information and idea-sharing across teamsCommitment to creating a diverse environment and being an Equal Opportunity EmployerMaintaining a drug-free workplace and performing pre-employment substance abuse testing
We are currently seeking a highly skilled and experienced Senior Environmental Engineer for our Sacramento office. As a Senior Environmental Engineer, you will be responsible for providing project management, engineering analysis and design, preparation of reports and bid documents, client interaction, construction oversight, and business development. Responsibilities: Lead and manage projects, including remedial investigations and remedial design, feasibility studies, and soil excavation projects.Collaborate with our team of 500+ employees, including multi-disciplined scientists, engineers, and technical specialists across our nationwide offices.Develop technical reports and proposals.Maintain exceptional client management and business development skills.Adhere to schedules, scopes, and budgets, as well as our project management and quality standards.Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, including coordination with federal/state/local agencies on regulatory requirements.Ability to work both in a field and office setting. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering, geology, or related field. Master's degree preferred.Current State of California P.E. license.Demonstrated experience in project management, engineering design, technical writing, and proposal development.Strong experience with the EPA or DOD clients.Exceptional client management and business development skills.Ability to work as a team member across technical disciplines.Strong verbal and written communication skills. We offer a flexible work environment (this role can be remote for the right candidate) and a competitive benefits package. If you are an experienced Senior Environmental Engineer looking for a challenging opportunity with a reputable company, we encourage you to apply.
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.
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
Are you an experienced Civil Engineer with a passion for construction management and contract administration? Look no further! We are seeking a talented and motivated individual to join our team as a Resident Engineer. As a Resident Engineer, you will be responsible for managing complex public works construction projects, negotiating with contractors and public agencies, and coordinating with multiple departments to ensure successful project completion.You will have the opportunity to work on a variety of exciting projects, including roadway construction, new roads, overlay, widening, earthwork, drainage, pipelines, water-wastewater facilities, municipal and transportation structures, and signalized intersections, and electrical. You will use your technical knowledge to analyze construction documents and provide comprehensive constructability analysis, and work closely with clients to improve relationships and profitability of managed projects.As a Resident Engineer, you will have the chance to mentor junior engineers, manage staff inspectors, and coordinate services between departments. You will also have the opportunity to assist with business development tasks, proposals, and presentations, and establish new contacts and maintain existing clients.We offer competitive salaries, relocation assistance, excellent benefits package, remote work flexibility, and an active and positive team building work environment. If you're looking for a challenging and rewarding career in construction management and civil engineering, apply now to join our team as a Resident Engineer!
Experienced professionals and recent graduates alike encounter more than just a job at our company - they discover a lasting, rewarding career with a recognized leader in technology and innovation. We offer an exceptional work environment. Named a 2022 Zweig Best Firms To Work For means we appreciate and value our staff, providing them with a comprehensive benefits package that includes flexible work schedules, an outstanding 401K match, and more.We have a rewarding opportunity for a Senior Water Resources Engineer to work in our growing Water Resources group. We work with municipal clients on projects of all size, putting the client and the solution first - solving problems for people. Come start your career and join our team!POSITION DUTIES: Develop Hydrologic and Hydraulic models of municipal storm sewer, combined sewer, and sanitary collection systems.Prepare Drainage Studies and Stormwater Masterplans.Analysis and Design of municipal Stormwater facilities (open channels, culverts, storm sewers, detention basins, green infrastructure, etc.).Preparation of Plans and Specifications for Construction.Performing Quality Control of Stormwater models, reports, and/or design.Preparation of competitive proposals and participating in interviews.. REQUIREMENTS: 4-year B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, with emphasis in water resources engineering preferred.P.E. License required.8+ years of experience in the design of Stormwater projects.Knowledge of basic principles of infrastructure design and plan preparation.Expertise with H&H modeling (ICM and SWMM are preferred).Experience with AutoCAD (Civil 3D is preferred) and ArcGIS.Experience in Consulting Engineering, Public Works, or Construction.Ability to travel throughout Chicago area.
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.
Job Title: Water EngineerLocation: Janesville/Madison, WisconsinPOSITION SUMMARY:Experienced professionals and recent graduates alike encounter more than just a job. Our Client offers an exceptional work environment. Named a 2022 Zweig Best Firms To Work For means we appreciate and value our staff, providing them with a comprehensive benefits package that includes flexible work schedules, an outstanding 401K match, and more.Our Client has a rewarding opportunity for a Water Engineer in our Janesville/Madison, Wisconsin area office. We are looking for an individual who wants to be part of a team that provides exceptional service to our clients.Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Environmental EngineeringWorking knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Excel, Word, PowerPoint)Working knowledge of AutoCADAbility to travel as needed for team meetings, client consultations, on-site inspections/visits, etc.; occasional overnight travel may be requiredLicensed Professional Engineer or Engineer-in-Training in the State of Wisconsin or the ability to obtain registration within six months of employment About Our Client: Provides experienced professionals and recent graduates with a lasting, rewarding career in technology and innovationOffers an exceptional work environment with flexible schedules, an outstanding 401K match, and comprehensive benefits
Job Title: Water Resources Engineer IIIJob Summary:At Our Client, we offer a rewarding and lasting career for experienced professionals and recent graduates. As a recognized leader in technology and innovation, we provide an exceptional work environment that values our staff, offering a comprehensive benefits package including flexible work schedules, outstanding 401K match, and more. We are looking for a Water Resources Engineer III to join our growing Water Resources group, working with municipal clients of all sizes to solve problems and put people first.Job Duties: Analyzing and designing municipal stormwater facilitiesPreparing plans and specifications for constructionDeveloping hydrologic and hydraulic modelsAssisting with drainage studies and stormwater masterplansAssisting with municipal permit reviews Requirements: 4-year B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis in water resources engineering preferredP.E. License preferred4+ years of experience in the design of stormwater projectsExcellent technical writing skillsAbility to travel throughout the Chicago area, own transportationKnowledge of basic principles of infrastructure design and plan preparationKnowledge of the basic principles of hydrology and hydraulicsExperience with H&H modeling, AutoCAD (Civil 3D is preferred) and ArcGISExperience in consulting engineering, public works, or construction
As the Senior Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the layout of grading, street improvement, and underground utilities. You will have the unique opportunity to work alongside a team of talented engineers and designers, assisting the team leader in client/agency interaction and building lasting relationships.Your creativity and innovation will be highly valued as you ensure the quality of design and implement new ideas through supervision, delegation, participation in plan review, and training of junior staff. You will work closely with clients to exceed their expectations, attending meetings and conference calls as appropriate.To be considered for this position, you should have a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent discipline from a four-year college or university and a minimum of four years of civil engineering design experience. Proficiency in AutoCAD/Civil 3D software is required, and an EIT certification is a must, with a PE certification being highly preferred.
Job Title: Project Engineer or Project Manager - TransportationSalary Range: $100,000-$140,000 per yearLocation: Phoenix or Tucson, Remote opportunities available for the right candidate.Responsibilities, Expectations, and Duties: Design and analyze freeways, highways, interchanges, roadways, and shared-use trailsPrepare studies, reports, plans, specifications, and cost estimates for transportation projectsAssist project managers in client relations, stakeholder management, and coordination of sub-consultantsCollaborate with project managers, engineers, technicians, and support staff to ensure project successTake responsibility for projects from beginning to end Qualifications, Skills, and Competencies: Preferably, experience and relationships with transportation agenciesFamiliarity with Bentley Open Roads, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other transportation engineering softwareStrong organizational, verbal, and written communication skillsAbility to interact with clients and multidisciplinary team membersWillingness to work on projects locally or in workshare with other officesExcellent interpersonal and customer service skillsStrong organizational skills and attention to detailBachelor's or master's degree in civil engineering from an accredited programEngineering in Training (EIT) certificate, ability to take the Professional Engineering Exam within a year, or Professional Engineer (PE)At least three (3) years of experience in roadway/highway and urban street designFamiliarity with Microstation, InRoads and/or Geopak, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other applicable software common to the field of transportation engineeringExperience with municipalities and/or Departments of TransportationHydraulics and traffic experience is a plus Benefits, including but not limited to: Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insuranceGenerous paid time off401(k) with no vesting periodProfessional development opportunities, including in-house trainingPaid professional organization membership and professional licensureAnnual health and wellness reimbursements via a Lifestyle Spending Account
Spencer Ogden are currently looking for an experienced Project Engineer to support a new Ultrapure Water Treatment project in Singapore.In this position, you will be supporting and working with one of the largest Water Treatment System companies in the world with exciting new projects as a Project Engineer to support the engineering team of the project. Contract Specifics: Location: Woodlands, Singapore.Start date: Immediate starters preferredContract duration: 12 month renewable contractWorking schedule: Monday - Friday, 40 hours a week.Benefits: 14 days paid PTO, 14 days paid medical leave included in 60 days paid hospitalisation leave, personal medical insurance and group term life insurance. Responsibilities: Execution of project engineering for water system projectsMeet all team goals for Safety, Cost & Project DeadlinesExecution of project technical documentation including customer and partner deliverables and technical correspondenceAssist the Engineering Manager & Project Manager on project issuesExecute the project design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to business standards, practices, procedures, and product / program requirements (Good to have)Execution of project documentation including but not limited to: environmental, Health and Safety, Quality, Cost, Continuous improvement and Compliance requirementsEngineering support to the project construction, start-up and commissioning teams Requirements: Minimum 5 years experience in relevant positionBachelor's degree in Engineering in relevant field.Experience with project engineering execution for water system or water treatment projectsFluent English written and spoken language skills