ICF is seeking an entry to mid-level Engineer/Hydrologist to work collaboratively with ICF design team members and colleagues from our conservation planning, fisheries and aquatic science, and environmental and regulatory compliance teams to pursue, design, and implement fish passage improvement, and aquatic, estuarine, riverine, and upland habitat restoration for projects in Washington, Oregon, and California as part of our expanding restoration project portfolio. You would be joining our west coast-based Restoration Planning and Design Team working out of either our Seattle, Bellingham, or Portland office to support growth in our Pacific Northwest Region.
The ICF Restoration Planning and Design Team works with state and federal agencies, local governments, tribes, and other clients to plan, design, implement, and conduct long-term monitoring of complex habitat restoration and mitigation projects. We are currently working on a number of exciting projects in the Columbia River Basin, Puget Sound, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and the Upper Santa Ana and Otay Rivers. We are a growing team of ecologists, landscape architects, geomorphologists, and engineers who are passionate about our work and put our clients needs first to achieve excellence in the quality of our technical work and project deliverables.
As a Habitat Restoration Engineer with ICF, you will have a first-hand role in the design and implementation of high-quality habitat restoration projects throughout Washington, Oregon, and California. Project design work may include engineered logjams and large woody material structures, bank stabilization, stream channel restoration, fish passage, intertidal estuary restoration, and freshwater wetland restoration. As a member of multidisciplinary project teams, you will work with clients, teams of technical experts, and regulatory agencies to move projects from initial site assessment and prioritization, through conceptual design and alternatives analysis, and ultimately to preparation of detailed restoration designs and implementation. You will work with our team of technical specialists to analyze site conditions (geomorphology, hydrology and hydraulics, and ecology) and design riverine and wetland restoration projects. You will also help prepare complex technical documents including hydrology and hydraulics reports, basis of design reports, and construction documents that are tailored to meet the specific environmental or regulatory compliance requirements and address the target audience. Project roles may include all or some of the full suite of restoration services that ICF offers (e.g., planning, conceptual design, detailed design, construction documents, and bid assistance, construction oversight, and performance monitoring). You must be able to work with team members is offices up and down the west coast, maintaining working relationships with infrequent face-to-face contact. You must be willing to undertake periodic short-term travel to sometimes relatively remote locations.
Work closely with senior engineers and ICFs cross-regional restoration practice (fisheries and aquatic sciences, permitting, and habitat conservation planning)
Support design of wetland and riverine restoration projects, including channel, bank protection, scour protection, fish passage, large wood structure design
Support hydrologic and hydraulic analyses through geospatial analysis and modelling
Prepare construction documents including design plans, cost estimates, technical specifications, and basis of design reports
Perform field work including topographic survey, geomorphic reconnaissance, and construction observation
Support obtaining environmental permits for project construction, working with permit specialists to provide necessary design project data and reports
Support development of project proposals, including scopes of work, schedules, and budgets
Be a positive, fun, and supportive addition to our local office environment
Bachelor's Degree in Civil, Environmental, Water Resources, or Ecological Engineering; Geomorphology; or Hydrology
2-5 years of experience analyzing, designing, and/or leading water resources and/or habitat restoration projects
Engineer-in-Training (EIT) or Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of Oregon, Washington, or California
Masters Degree in similar field
Working background in one or more of the following areas: hydrology, open channel hydraulics and environmental river mechanics, sediment transport analysis, fluvial and coastal geomorphology, coastal hydraulics, hydraulic structures, civil design, project and construction management, and site survey
Experience working on technical studies and/or preparation of conceptual and detailed design plans for water resources projects.
Experience working on habitat restoration projects in Oregon, Washington and/or California
A history working with private, public sector clients, and regulatory agencies
Proven ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team comprised of engineers, ecologists, landscape architects, and other technical experts
Demonstrated ability to function independently with minimal management or oversight
Knowledge of and ability to use hydrologic and hydraulic modeling software (HEC Suite, EPA SWMM, SRH 2D, TUFLOW, or other)
Knowledge of and ability to use drafting software (Civil 3D, Microstation, or other)
Knowledge of and ability to use geospatial analysis software (ArcGIS or QGIS)
Strong verbal and written (technical writing) communication
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project).
Working at ICF
Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth. If youre seeking to make a difference in the world, visit www.icf.com/careers to find your next career. ICFtogether for tomorrow.
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A Sr. Professional Engineer position is available with the City of Fort Worth Transportation and Public Works Departments Capital Delivery Division to lead teams in the development and project initiation of complex capital infrastructure projects which are primarily stormwater-related but could include streets, traffic improvements, waterlines, sewer lines, paving, streetlights, signals, bridges, railroad crossings, and other infrastructure features.
The candidate must have a strong technical background, be a problem solver, able to work within tight time constraints, be able to work independently under the direction of an Engineering Manager, have strong interpersonal and leadership skills and possess good oral and written communication skills.
A significant amount of contact with the public will be required. The successful candidate must be able to work effectively with City officials, residents, commercial entities, and other agencies.
The Sr. Professional Engineer job responsibilities include:
Responsible for performing professional civil engineering work.
Leading teams to evaluate stormwater-related issues.
Develop the scope, schedule, and budget for stormwater infrastructure capital improvement projects to address these issues.
Tasks will include managing consultants, reviewing consultant plans and specifications, conducting public meetings, reviewing contracts, amendments, and invoices, and performing other tasks as needed.
Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field and
Three (3) years of professional civil engineering experience as a registered professional engineer
Two (2) years must relate to infrastructure capital improvement projects (may overlap).
Possession of registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas. If licensed in another state, continued employment will be contingent upon obtaining registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas within six months of employment.
Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid Texas Drivers License.
Four (4) years of experience in stormwater management, such as hydrologic and hydraulic studies, drainage and grading design, stormwater system modelling and planning, floodplain modelling, or infrastructure design experience
Two (2) years of experience in infrastructure capital projects, such as design or project delivery, of stormwater, street, traffic control, and water and wastewater facilities projects. May overlap with 4 years of stormwater management experience.
Experience with FEMA regulations and floodplain permitting.
Understanding of the PMBOK, an industry-recognized project management standard.
Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point and Adobe Pro
Ability to effectively manage competing priorities, and produce deliverable on time and within budget.
Strong history of delivering exceptional customer service.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including the ability to present complex concepts clearly and effectively.
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The San Joaquin County Public Works Department is seeking dynamic and experienced individuals to join a progressive, public service employer.
The current vacancies are in the Water Resources and Flood Management Division and will be filled at either the Engineer III or Engineer IV level depending on qualifications.
While the Engineer III is unlicensed and the Engineer IV is licensed, both perform
advanced professional field and office engineering work, while providing professional engineering judgment on projects and studies, and may supervise engineering staff.
These positions will be involved with projects relating to flood management, flood‐way encroachments, hydraulic analysis and design, groundwater management planning, hydrogeology, municipal stormwater quality program management, land use applications and Public Works permitting.
Both levels require a valid California drivers license.
Engineer III: Four years of progressively responsible and varied civil engineering experience equivalent to Engineer I in San Joaquin County; and possession of a valid Engineer-in-Training certificate as issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.
Engineer IV: Possession of a valid certification of registration as a Civil or Traffic Engineer issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.
For a complete job description, please visit the San Joaquin County Employment website at www.jobaps.com/sjq. Online application packets which include an Employment Application and Supplemental Questionnaire must be submitted by the final filing date .