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City of Fitchburg, WI Environmental Engineer
Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc. Senior Water Resources Engineer
Matrix Design Group Water Resources Designer
City of San Antonio, TX Sr. Engineering Assoc. (EIT)- Stormwater Engineer
FEMA Reservist Hazard Mitigation Insurance Specialist
Cascade County Planning Division Administrator
Milone & MacBroom, Inc. Water Resource Engineer
Montana DNRC Civil Engineering Specialist 50240 - (16142877)
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. Senior Water Resources Engineer

Position Title: Environmental Engineer
Employer: City of Fitchburg, WI
Contact Person: Lisa Sigurslid
Phone Number:
Job Location: Fitchburg, WI
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $64,105 - $73,257
Job Description: The City of Fitchburg is seeking an experienced engineer to oversee the Citys storm water management facilities from design to maintenance; manage the solid waste collection program; obtain grants; and develop and promote the recycling program. This position has extensive contact with the public on issues relating to recycling and storm water. Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelors Degree in environmental or civil engineering and a minimum of three years environmental or civil engineering or public works operational experience. Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin is required. The starting salary $64,105 - $73,257, depending on qualifications; a full benefits package is available. Apply online at Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, first review of applications will be on January 23rd.
How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 2/5/2017

Position Title: Senior Water Resources Engineer
Employer: Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc.
Contact Person: Bert Wycoff
Phone Number:
Job Location: Nationwide
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Based on Experience
Benefits: Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc. (BSE) is seeking applicants to join our exceptional, virtual work team that has been serving our clients across the United States since 2005. These positions offer a flexible work location. BSE offers excellent benefits t
Job Description: Duties and Responsibilities:
The hydrologic analysis of many diverse flood, climatic, and meteorological conditions across the United States
Open channel hydraulic analysis using steady and unsteady modeling
The hydraulic design of drainage structures
Preparation of design plans and drainage reports
Coordination with regulatory agencies for permitting
Project and client management
Some short-term travel
Qualifications: Education and/or Experience Requirements:
Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering
10 years professional experience in hydrologic and hydraulic analysis
Ability to work independently as well as within teams of professionals
Ability to effectively manage projects and clients
Proficient in the use of:HEC engineering software (specifically HEC-RAS, HEC-1, and HEC-HMS), various hydrologic methods, Microsoft Office software, Experience using ArcGIS and MicroStation is preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills

Comments: The preferred candidate will have obtained their PE license, have a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification, have consulting experience within the railroad industry, and have a MS in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis in water resources. Full-Time and part-time job seekers will be considered.
How To Apply: email resume to
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 3/1/2017

Position Title: Water Resources Designer
Employer: Matrix Design Group
Address: 1601 Blake Street
Suite 200
Contact Person: Drew Beck
Phone Number: 3035720200
Job Location: Denver
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Job Description: Matrix Design Group has a great opportunity for an experienced CAD designer to join our
team in our Denver, Colorado office. Are you detail-oriented, committed to providing excellent
services and products, and looking for a great team and work environment? If so, we may be
the place for you. Matrix Design Group, Inc. is an employee-owned engineering, planning, and
environmental consulting firm with offices across the U.S. and on Guam. Our company offers
the opportunity to work on interesting projects, work with great people, and enjoy a generous
benefits package.
This position will primarily support our Water Resources Group; however, it may support other
disciplines as necessary. We are looking for a team member who is motivated, detail-oriented,
and committed to providing both our internal and external clients with the highest level of
support and quality products. Previous work experience with water resource engineering
strongly preferred.
Under general supervision, with some exercise of judgment, prepares computer generated engineering drawings according to established standards and procedures.
Prepares civil engineering drawings from rough sketches or from general engineering
and design information (verbal instructions and notes) using CADD software programs.
Revises or changes drawings, traces and/or copies existing drawings and completes
simple calculations with specific instructions.
Understands and follows the company's standard CADD procedures for layering and
standard drawing procedures for sheet layout.
Quality checks all work and work of other designers to ensure complete and accurate
plans are provided to engineers.
Maintains schedules and offers progress reports.
Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; gathers and analyzes information
Completes work within scope, schedule and budget limits.
Qualifications: Use of profiles, alignments, and sections through Civil3D
Modeling of river corridors in Civil3D with use of templates.
Development of output to HEC-RAS and input into Civil 3D with use of River Analysis
Delineation of drainage areas
Development of 3D surfaces
Understanding of file exchanges between Civil3D and Microstation
Understanding of file exchanges between Civil3D and GIS
Generation of sheet sets and utilization of data shortcuts
Minimum of 6 years of experience as a CADD technician with civil emphasis and
advanced proficiency in Civil 3D required.
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Ability to work independently, think critically and proactively, and work efficiently in a
team oriented fast-paced environment.
Ability to manage a wide range of responsibilities in a flexible manner.
Willingness to assist with a wide range of projects and work with multiple project
Detail oriented.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
How To Apply: Please fill out an online application
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 2/11/2017

Position Title: Sr. Engineering Assoc. (EIT)- Stormwater Engineer
Employer: City of San Antonio, TX
Contact Person: Human Resources Dept.
Phone Number: 210-207-8705
Job Location: San Antonio, TX
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $51,644.58 - $77,467.00 Annually
Job Description: Under direction, is responsible for performing engineering work which requires a considerable level of analysis and detailed calculations. Responsible for reviewing plats, Master Development Plans (MDP), building permits, Letters of Map Revision (LOMR), and other applications and submittals. Performs work associated with identifying and remediating floodplain violations. May exercise direct supervision over assigned staff, as well as functional and technical supervision of project staff.
Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS
* Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from an accredited college, university or engineering school approved by the State of Texas Board of Registration for Professional Engineers.
* One (1) year of engineering experience.
* No substitution for education allowed.
* Valid Class 'C' Texas Driver's License.
* Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification in the State of Texas or Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification from another state with the ability to obtain an EIT Certification in the State of Texas within six (6) months of employment.

* Certified Floodplain Manager.
* Minimum two (2) years' experience hydrologic and hydraulic design.
* Minimum two (2) years' experience land development design.
Comments: CLOSING DATE: 1/26/2017 at 11:59pm Central Time

* If selected for this position, official transcripts, diplomas, certifications and licenses must be submitted at the time of processing. Unofficial transcripts and copies of other relevant documents may be attached to the application for consideration in advance.
* Full-time City of San Antonio employees are allowed to substitute two years of related experience for one year of higher education or one year of related higher education for two years of experience. Effective July 9, 2010, external applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the job without substitution.
* Applicants selected for employment with the City of San Antonio in this position must receive satisfactory results from pre-employment drug testing and background checks. If required for the position, a physical, motor vehicle record evaluation, and additional background checks may be conducted.
* Please be advised that if selected for this position, information regarding employment history as it relates to the qualifications of the position will be needed for employment verification. Applicants claiming military service to meet the experience requirement for this position may attach a DD214 to the application.
How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 1/26/2017

Position Title: Reservist Hazard Mitigation Insurance Specialist
Employer: FEMA
Contact Person: Hattie Mukombe
Phone Number:
Job Location: Nationwide
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Job Description: When disaster strikes, America looks to FEMA. Now FEMA looks to you. FEMA is seeking talented men and women who are eager to assist disaster survivors in the role of Insurance Specialist, as a FEMA Reservist, in the Hazard Mitigation unit. Reservists are vital employees, to FEMAs disaster workforce, who work on an on-call basis to support disaster survivors when they are most in need.

As an Insurance Specialist, you will serve as an advisor on flood insurance issues and provide basic technical advice and information to FEMA staff concerning the process for flood insurance claims. In addition, you will respond to requests from Hazard Mitigation staff, insurance agents, lenders, adjusters, and Federal, State and local government officials, regarding flood insurance issues.

Key skills and experience required for this position include:
Flood, property or casualty insurance sales
Educating individuals on insurance policies or programs
Computer operating systems

FEMA Reservists receive training, have the opportunity to travel and receive health benefits (when activated to support disaster operations), and build their professional network.

If you are interested in this rewarding, intermittent work, opportunity to assist disaster survivors, then apply today! Join our team and use your talent to support Americans in their times of greatest need.

Job Type: Temporary

Required experience:
Insurance: 1 year
Qualifications: Required experience:
Insurance: 1 year
How To Apply: Submit resume to with subject line Insurance Specialist
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 1/21/2017

Position Title: Planning Division Administrator
Employer: Cascade County
Address: 325 2nd Ave N #108
Contact Person: Monica Reed
Phone Number: 406-454-6739
Job Location: Great Falls, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $55,000-$60,000 DOE
Benefits: Yes
Job Description: The Planning Division Administrator leads, manages, supervises, and coordinates routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in planning programs for the county related to the development and implementation of land use, floodplain, zoning, subdivision, junk vehicle retrieval, community decay, and related plans and policies. People skills are a must as the Planning Division Administrator spends a lot of time with customers, other city, county, and state agencies and county departments to include the City County Health Department, Clerk and Recorders Office, Cascade County Commissioners, Planning Board members and the Zoning Board of Adjustment. The Planning Division Administrator performs complex supervisory, administrative and professional work in land use development and planning; providing and implementing zoning, subdivision laws, floodplain enforcement, junk vehicle retrieval program enforcement, community decay enforcement as well as all permit processes involving division activities within the Public Works Department; organizing and directing various programs of the Planning Division which includes overseeing the Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Cascade County Planning Board in accordance with standards and general policies established by the Public Works Director and the Board of County Commissioners. The nature of the work performed requires employees to establish and maintain close cooperative working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, Public Works Director, Human Resources Director, Health Department, supervisors, department employees, city employees, state employees, and the general public. Supervision is exercised over the work of all employees in the Planning Division.
Create and maintain a high performance environment characterized by positive leadership and strong team orientation; work with Department Head on budget preparation and all expenditures for all programs; plan, organize, assign and review the work to meet departmental goals and community needs; review proposed legislation; develop, maintain, and update various divisional standard operating procedures and policies; monitor and direct adherence to State and Federal regulations; ensure compliance with fiscal requirements and other legal rules and regulations; attend meetings and conferences, direct and serve on boards, commissions, committees; prepare and maintain necessary records and reports; maintain effective communication with all levels of management and the public; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; practice and encourage work place safety and hold employees accountable to practice work place safety; prepare documents, reports and statistics; communicate well with others both orally and in writing; identify, analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records and occasionally work outside normal hours as assigned.

Knowledge and understanding of: Supervisory principles and practices; Cascade County Human Resource policies and procedures, and related state and federal statutes; zoning, floodplain, junk vehicle, community decay and subdivision laws; principles of land use planning and development; comprehensive plans including their formation, process of adoption, and implementation; planning programs and processes; basic statistics and mathematical calculations; word processing and spreadsheet software; safety rules, procedures and practices; English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation; automated computer systems, basic computer use and data entry and basic knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS).

Ability to: Plan, organize, prioritize, supervise and evaluate the work of professional, para-professional, and clerical workers to meet departmental goals and community needs; plan, organize, and prioritize the workload presented as a professional; perform a wide variety of work and some limited public relations tasks with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines; establish effective working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, other county departments, employees, Federal and State agencies, private agencies, and the general public; communicate well with others in both technical and non-technical terms, as well as orally and in writing; prepare accurate and reliable reports containing findings, recommendations, and technical documentation; evaluate resources as needed; organize tasks and work environment to maximize efficiency; use logical and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral instructions; perform a wide variety of supervisory and public relations tasks with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines; quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by rapidly changing information and/or technology; drive to meetings within the state of Montana usually to attend conferences a couple times a year; meet challenges with resourcefulness through original thinking and creativity; identify, analyze and address problems and trends in a timely, efficient and equitable manner; adapt to interruptions, equipment failures, unusual demands or changing priorities; handle confidential information; coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records; employ and enforce safety practices and procedures and occasionally work outside normal hours as assigned.

The above is typically acquired through a combination of education and experience. At a minimum, all qualified applicants must have:

Bachelors Degree in Planning, Physical Science, Political Science, Geography, Natural Science, or closely related field; and five (5) years of experience in planning, zoning, subdivisions, or floodplain permitting and procedures including two (2) years of supervisory experience;

Or any equivalent combination of education and experience totaling ten (10) years in planning, zoning, subdivisions or floodplain permitting and procedures.


Valid Drivers License issued by the State of Montana or be able to obtain one within 30 days of hire date.
Comments: The successful applicant shall serve a (1) one-year probationary period and may have a criminal background check conducted. The results thereof may disqualify the applicant from consideration for employment with the county.

Notice to Applicants: Applicants who are claiming Veterans or Handicap Preference must provide a DD-214 Discharge Document (Part 4) or DPHHS Handicap Certification and Employment Preference Form with their application for employment so Cascade County may apply the preference during the selection process.

Cascade County makes reasonable accommodations for any known disability that may interfere with the applicants ability to compete in the recruitment and selection process or an employees ability to perform the essential duties of the job. For Cascade County to consider such arrangements, the applicants must make known any needed accommodations.

How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 1/31/2017

Position Title: Water Resource Engineer
Employer: Milone & MacBroom, Inc.
Address: 99 Realty Drive,
Cheshire, CT 06410
Contact Person: HR Manager
Phone Number: 203-271-1773
Job Location: New Paltz, NY
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday
Pay Range:
Benefits: competitive
Job Description: Milone & MacBroom, Inc. is a growing multidisciplinary engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and environmental science consulting firm. Our corporate office is located in Cheshire, Connecticut, with regional office locations in Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.

We are seeking an experienced water resource project engineer to work at our office located in New Paltz, New York. New Paltz is a vibrant, cultural, and richly historical village located in the Hudson Valley. We are proud to be a part of a LEED Platinum building, also designated a Net Zero Energy Building.

The qualified candidate will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of water-resource-related projects, including stream and river restoration, flood mitigation, geomorphic assessment, and design of culverts to accommodate aquatic organism passage.

Typical responsibilities include the following:

Provide engineering design and develop
technical drawings using AutoCAD for water-resource-related projects.
Perform hydrologic and hydraulic computations and modeling.
Collect monitoring data and perform field reviews of project sites.
Prepare technical documents and reports.
Qualifications: The qualified candidate will possess the following qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering
Three to seven years of professional relevant experience
Demonstrated experience for projects related to river and stream restoration
Proficient in the use of AutoCAD
Experience applying environmental modeling (e.g., HEC RAS, HEC HMS, and others)
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to produce well written reports and regulatory compliance documents
Ability to plan, set priorities and see projects through to completion
Ability to work independently and take initiative
Strong leadership skills with the ability to make good decisions

The ideal candidate will have a professional engineer's license and the ability to travel within New York and New England.

We provide a comprehensive benefits package, a competitive salary, opportunities for advancement, and a pleasant and cohesive working environment.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume to:

Human Resources Manager
Milone & MacBroom, Inc.
99 Realty Drive
Cheshire, CT 06410
T: (203) 271-1773
F: (203) 439-2307

Milone & MacBroom, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 2/15/2017

Position Title: Civil Engineering Specialist 50240 - (16142877)
Employer: Montana DNRC
Address: Water Resources Division
Contact Person: Kelly Bishop
Phone Number:, 406-444-6673
Job Location: Helena, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $56,682-$62,980
Benefits: Health, Paid leave & holidays, Reitrement, Credit union, Deferred compensation program, public employees retirement program, 15 working days annual leave per year, 12 days sick leave per year, paid holidays, and up to 15 days military leave w/pay.
Job Description: WATER RESOURCES DIVISION: The Division carries out its duties for the purpose of promoting the general welfare and prosperity of the people of Montana. Sound coordination of the development and utilization of the state's waters allows the Division to protect existing uses and to promote adequate future supplies for domestic, industrial, agricultural, recreation, the conservation of water for wildlife, aquatic life and other beneficial uses.

The individual sought for this position will perform a variety of advanced engineering analyses and provide technical support to water projects, water management, and water rights issues.

Under the supervision of the Regional Manager, this position is responsible for providing a broad variety of advanced engineering analysis and technical duties for all programs within the DNRC Water Resources Division. The employee will provide engineering and hydrologic information/services to DNRC staff and the public for the purpose of establishing water policies and guidance, to resolve water management issues, and to support the Dam Safety, Floodplain Administration, and State Water Project programs. This may include new management strategies, policies, laws and rules, and operational or infrastructure changes.

DNRC regional engineering duties largely incorporate the use of civil engineering practices with an emphasis on site design and site development. The incumbent may perform the engineering analysis and evaluation of the permits needed for Dam Safety regulation, Floodplain Administration, and Water Rights management. The individual may work with the Department in the preparation of evidence and provide expert testimony in water right contested case hearings or litigation involving engineering designs for public safety, water resource management and other engineering related functions. This person researches, gathers, and analyzes water resource information and makes recommendations regarding water use, availability, and improved management practices.

The incumbent also serves as the liaison between the State Water Projects Bureau and the private Water Users Associations that are responsible for operation and maintenance activities on the state owned dams within the Helena region. This includes conducting annual dam safety inspections, providing field support and technical assistance to implement project maintenance and repair items, and attending Water User annual meetings.

Because the employee will need to collect surface water, ground water, and water quality data, support implementation of the Dam Safety program, and conduct floodplain technical reviews, an applicant must be willing to work in the field and be familiar with a variety of data collection techniques and the instruments used to collect this data. Additional duties include serving as the primary liaison performing education and outreach to community floodplain administrators, dam owners, stakeholders, and others within the region. The applicant should be proficient in the use of software to solve hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) problems and should be able to use standard H&H software. Knowledge of GIS software with the ability to produce maps for use in resource analysis, the use of GIS to construct digital map coverage and spatial coordinates and related attribute data, GPS technology, and other computer programs associated with water management is preferred. The applicant must be a good technical writer, as this position will be required to write technical reports, memoranda, and letters. Appearing as a witness at an administrative or court hearing, serving as a mediator in water right disputes and complaints, and attending meetings and providing information regarding Water Resources Division programs are also job duties of this position.

10% Travel
Qualifications: This position requires knowledge of the principles, theories, and methods of civil engineering, hydrology and hydraulics. Basic required knowledge and/or experience includes: Montana water laws and policies; knowledge of the methods, principles, and protocol for designing engineering research projects and investigations; dam and canal design, construction rehabilitation, operation, and safety; surface water hydrology and hydraulics and computer modeling programs; design, analysis, and application of irrigation diversion structures and delivery systems; hydrology, mathematics, statistics, and open-channel flow; Federal, State, and local laws and regulations as they relate to the Dam Safety and Floodplain Management programs; and engineering-related analytical techniques and software applications. A demonstrated knowledge of irrigation methods, methods for mapping and classification of irrigated land, and installation and operation of irrigation measurement devices (e.g. flumes, weirs) is also necessary. Upon four years of work experience, this position requires the incumbent be competent in the above mentioned areas.

Preferred knowledge includes: fluvial geomorphology, stream restoration and stream bank stabilization methodologies; soil science; surveying theories, practices, and equipment; water management issues and policies and state and federal laws pertaining to water resource management fields, including, but not limited to dam safety, floodplain management, state water projects, water measurement, water planning and water well construction; research, data gathering and analysis methodology, including installation and operation of data collection equipment.

Required Skills: This position requires the skills needed in order to: make sound and legally-defensible decisions in a timely fashion; meet statutory deadlines; provide general project management; read and interpret project construction plans and project manuals, blueprints, maps, plats, and aerial photographs; compose, draft, and edit engineering reports, project bids, memorandums, and letters; use a variety of surveying and water measurement equipment; and to apply engineering skills to assignments that span multiple professional and interdisciplinary fields. The incumbent must be able to perform training and outreach activities; operate personal computers and associated hardware; and use and understand the application of computer software associated with engineering principals, hydrologic modeling, word processing, spreadsheets and data bases.

Required Abilities: This position requires the ability to: incorporate professional discretion in dealing with technical engineering issues and the uncertainties presented by frequent lack of data; use reason, logic, and creativity to identify and solve problems; understand cause and effect relationships, recognize similarity and differences in situations and apply engineering knowledge to make effective decisions, conclusions, and recommendations; communicate orally or in written form complex material or ideas in a logical sequence to individuals and groups that may not have technical backgrounds so they can follow and understand; prepare clear, logical reports summarizing analytical methods, results and recommendations; comprehend and apply statutes, rules and written policies; maintain effective, productive working relationships with colleagues, other professionals and the public; and work effectively as a team member.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelors degree in civil or agricultural engineering plus four years of progressively responsible work experience. Experience and education should emphasize: the theories, concepts, principles, and practices of civil and agricultural engineering as it relates to dam and canal design, construction, rehabilitation, operation, and safety; surface water hydrology and hydraulics, and computer modeling programs; design, analysis, and application of irrigation diversion structures and delivery systems, surface water hydrology, land surveying, hydrology, hydraulics, and irrigation practices.

PE certification is highly desirable, as are Certified Floodplain Manager credentials. DNRC will consider candidates without PE certification if they currently have their EI (engineering intern) certification and are committed to obtaining their full PE license within 6-12 months of hire.

Education and experience equivalent and comparable to that specified above may meet job requirements and will be considered on an individual basis. Training assignments may be considered and/or required if an applicant does not meet all the competencies, skills or abilities.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. A valid driver's license is required with less than 12 conviction points in the most recent completed 36 months.

ELIGIBILITY TO WORK: In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act, the person selected must produce within three days of hire documents that show authorization to work in the United States. Examples of such documentation include a birth certificate or Social Security card along with a drivers license or other picture I.D., or a U.S. passport, or a "green card".
Comments: Required Application Materials: Resume, References, Supplemental Questions (Refer to Job Posting):

CLOSING DATE: 12/31/2016 at 12:59AM

The Department of Natural Resources may include the following factors in determining whether an applicant meets the qualifications for the position: application form, typing test results, education, structured interview, job-related reference checks, job-related work experience, job-related current and past performance and application supplements.

Montana State Government does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, or sexual orientation), age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, marital status, creed, political affiliation, veteran status, military service, retaliation, or any other factor not related to the merit and qualifications of an employee or applicant.
How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017

Position Title: Senior Water Resources Engineer
Employer: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Address: 249 Vanderbilt Avenue
Norwood, MA 02062
Contact Person: Kristen Flanagan
Phone Number:
Job Location: Norwood, MA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Job Description: GZA is growing its water resources practice, primarily in the area of dam/levee assessment and design as well as in extreme flooding evaluation flood and control. We are currently seeking a Senior Water Resources Engineer for our practice based in the Norwood, Massachusetts office. This Senior Management position offers great potential for professional growth in an exciting working environment and the opportunity to apply the latest technology to water resource and dam/level-related projects. The qualified candidate will have strong leadership and project management experience and direct business development experience during their careers. We are also looking for someone with a strong civil background to support planning, design, and construction management activities for a variety of projects.

As a Senior Water Resources Engineer, you will work on a wide variety of exciting projects including, but not limited to, rainfall/runoff analyses, drainage and flood control designs, computer modeling, hydraulic structure design including hydropower restorations, dam/levee safety engineering, and related environmental permitting support. You will apply your knowledge of engineering principles relating to design and construction of dams, and other water infrastructures. You will also work closely with GZAs Technical Practice Group Leader in training staff and developing water resource services in our branch offices in the mid-Atlantic and Great Lake regions.

Key Duties:

Work directly with clients to determine needs and deliver solutions, and lead teams in the preparation of winning proposals and successful presentations.
Generate project leads and build client relationships.
Develop planning and design projects from inception to completion.
Provide technical support and mentorship to our team of highly skilled engineers, while leading projects simultaneously and utilizing technical knowledge and expertise to develop the teams overall capabilities.

About GZA:

Professional development and enrichment
Exciting work environment
Generous, company-subsidized benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and 401K retirement plan

GZA is an employee-owned multidisciplinary environmental consulting, geotechnical engineering, geo-civil engineering, construction management and environmental remediation firm. We are an ENR Top 500 Design firm focused on geotechnical, environmental, water, ecological, and construction management services. With a staff of interrelated professionals dedicated to providing high-level expertise on complex projects above, below and at ground-level, GZAs experts provide seamless integration across practice areas, client type, and location.

GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. is an Affirmative/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, marital or veteran status, age or other protected status.
Qualifications: Qualifications:

Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Water Resources Engineering or related field of practice is required. Masters Degree is a plus.
Professional Engineer license in MA is required with the ability to obtain PE in CT, NY, and RI with reciprocity.
At least 10 -15 years experience in civil - site design, with direct involvement in surface water hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, water control structure designs, and permitting.
Direct experience completing projects with public sector/municipal agencies in the New England Region is highly preferred.
Proven experience with design and development of engineering technical specifications, cost estimating and other related bidding documents.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to speak publicly
Solid project financial management skills; knowledge of production support systems and personal computer proficiency are all required competencies.
Experience in providing technical and project leadership to staff-level or junior engineers.
A strong background using various hydrologic and hydraulic modeling software (i.e. HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, FLO2D, HydroCAD, StormCAD, CulvertMaster) is required.
Proven experience with and directing staff with AutoCAD and ArcView-GIS is considered essential for this position.
How To Apply:
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 1/31/2017

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