Dewberry is currently seeking an Outreach Specialist in NYC to work with the client and the RAMPP (Risk Assessment, Mapping, and Planning Partners) team on the development and implementation of ongoing outreach and education strategies, programs, and materials to increase the public's understanding and awareness of flood risk. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is looking to help the community deal with and be educated on the risks associated flooding, which is an ever increasing danger in the U.S.
Interface with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), State and Local governments, and community stakeholders on issues regarding FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Risk MAP (Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning) program.
Assist with the development of an overarching strategic communications plan that clearly defines communications and outreach goals and objectives, tools and tactics, as well as roles and responsibilities of the plan execution.
Prepare outreach materials and presentations for public meetings.
Provide input on the development of risk analysis key messages to be used in various outreach efforts.
Develop information and communication materials to prepare technical staff and subject matter experts to conduct outreach efforts related to high-profile flood insurance studies, risk assessments and mitigation plans.
Provide logistical support for training and conferences.
Coordinate with key stakeholder group public affairs and/or public relations staff to increase awareness and enhance sponsorship of Risk MAP efforts throughout agency or organization.
Assist with the coordination of scope, schedule, budget, and quality issues.
Support other water resources, disaster, emergency management, and mitigation planning projects, as assigned.
A Bachelors degree in communications, journalism, public relations, business, marketing, or related field.
0-3 years of experience related to public relations, community involvement, communications and public outreach.
Experience working with community and government agencies is preferred as well as writing and public speaking.
Proven ability to work independently.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to interact with state, local and federal Government officials, members of industry associations, and the public.
Sound business ethics, including the protection of proprietary and confidential information.
Ability to work with all levels of internal staff, as well as outside clients and partners
Superior interpersonal skills including courtesy, professionalism, and a cooperative attitude.
Successful candidates will be detail-oriented, organized, and demonstrate initiative.
Ability to work in a team environment and build positive client relationships is critical.
Knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and/or FEMA's flood mapping and mitigation programs a plus.
CFM, or ability to obtain within one year, a plus.
Frequent Regional travel will be required in New York and New Jersey.
At this time, Dewberry will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position
Dewberry is an equal opportunity employer.
This job description generally describes the work of people in this job title. It may not be a complete list of duties.
Under general direction of the Manager Systems Performance, performs process analysis of departmental operated and maintained systems and facilities on a project and recurring basis. Work includes conducting or participation in system performance tests and operational analysis, implementation of quality principals and tools to existing systems and substantiation of improvement projects. Systems will include mechanical, electrical, control and civil engineered systems. Becomes familiar with the basics of DFW Airport's Environmental Management System & Environmental Policy and implements Best Management & Good Housekeeping Practices.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Develops systems cost analysis and makes recommendations for improvements for efficient system operation and maintenance practices.
2. Analyzes, researches and documents studies conducted on system operations and maintenance activities.
3. Assists with providing a strong quality direction on new systems development efforts to ensure that the systems will meet the performance expected.
4. Assists with the development of test plans, procedures, tools, meaningful metrics and controls in conducting system performance management.
5. Coordinates the collection, verification and analysis of operational data to support various project initiatives, such as benchmarking various types of activities and services, evaluation/cost justifications of proposed capital projects and other special projects.
6. Analyzes trends in the various operation and maintenance activities as assigned and makes recommendations to improve such activities that impact systems performance.
7. Prepares and presents oral and graphical reports to support the business case for assigned projects.
8. Employs Six Sigma (DMAIC), Lean Six Sigma, FMECA and other quality methodologies to resolve problems, understand/manage system capabilities and develop solutions to improve the performance of processes, equipment and systems.
9. Identifies, coordinates and effectively resolves problems in a timely manner.
10. Keeps abreast of aviation industry trends and events as they relate to DFW Airport.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering Technology or engineering or science discipline, or a related field.
Four (4) years of experience in systems testing and quantitative analysis.
One (1) year of systems improvement project development experience.
Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be substituted for the above.
Possession of a valid class C driver's license.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of the principles, practices, and accepted standards of research design, business process improvement, strategic planning and statistical and engineering analysis.
Knowledge of Six Sigma methodology and quality tools for the service industry.
Skill in utilizing intermediate to advanced level spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.
Skill in participating in projects including cross-departmental projects with organization-wide impact.
Ability to work with senior-level Board staff.
Strong interpersonal skills (tact, diplomacy and negotiation skills), good conflict resolution and team building skills, and good work ethic.
Ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams.
Ability to write clear and concise reports and correspondence using appropriate business and technical vocabulary and proper grammar and construction.
Ability to create, design and develop formal communications/presentations targeted at Board-wide, Board of Directors, and external audiences.
Ability to design, develop and implement reports from primary data system sources.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, both inside and outside the department.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
One (1) year of experience in facilities maintenance.
Six Sigma certification or coursework in Six Sigma.
This is a Board-designated safety sensitive position as defined in the Drug and Alcohol Policy of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Policies Manual. Applicants selected for this position will be required to pass drug and alcohol tests prior to employment and to submit to drug and alcohol screening on a random basis during the length of their employment in the safety sensitive position.
Employees working in this position are considered Essential Employees as designated in the Reporting to Work During Emergencies and Inclement Weather section of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Board Policies Manual.
Works in an office and industrial environment.
Sits for prolonged periods of time.
Uses keyboard devices and a computer monitor.
Uses near visual acuity in reading written documents, design drawings, and statistical data.
Performs complex mathematical calculations.
Uses substantial reasoning in problem solving especially involving engineered systems.
Exchanges information by telephone, computer, in writing and in person.
Drives to locations on and off Airport property.
This job deals with stormwater, drainage, and hydrology.
Under the direction of the Environmental Engineering Supervisor, or designee, design and prepare construction plans for Public Works stormwater, flood management, and critical areas improvement, restoration, and mitigation projects; prepare cost estimates; and provide engineering and technical expertise.
Work is characterized by a variety of professional civil and environmental engineering responsibilities in support of the Environmental Section of the Public Works Engineering Division. Duties include, but are not limited to, designing and/or preparing project plans and specifications; preparing cost estimates; ensuring project designs and construction are in compliance with legal parameters; serving as liaison between the City and consultants; providing technical expertise in the updating and maintenance of City construction standards; maintaining the City's stormwater standards; and investigating and resolving complaints as assigned.
Work is performed under limited supervision. The supervisor sets the overall objectives and resources available. The incumbent and the supervisor work together to develop deadlines, projects, and work to be completed. The incumbent is responsible for the work, plans and carries out the assignment, resolves most conflicts that arise, coordinates work with others, and interprets policies on own initiative in terms of established objectives. The incumbent keeps the supervisor informed of progress, potentially controversial matters, or far reaching implications. Work is reviewed in terms of feasibility, compatibility with other work, or effectiveness of results.
Education: Bachelors in Civil or Environmental Engineering or related field; and
Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in environmental engineering.
Or: In place of the above requirements, the incumbent may possess any combination of relevant education and experience which would demonstrate the individual's knowledge, skill, and ability to perform the essential duties listed above
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Engineer in Training (EIT) Certification is highly desirable
Valid Washington State driver's license, or the ability to obtain within thirty (30) days of employment
Must successfully pass the City's pre-employment driver's records check; successfully complete the City's Defensive Driving Course; and maintain an excellent driving record
ms consultants is seeking an experienced Water Resources Engineer (PE) to join our team. The ideal candidate will have 10+ years experience in Stormwater Management including extensive knowledge with floodplain and hydraulics. You should posess strong leadership and and communication skills and past supervisory experience is preferred. CFM and CPESC certifications are preferred. Excellent Compensation and benefits package available. Please apply by posting your resume on this site.
10+ years experience
Strong Leadership and Communication Skills
CFM, CPESC Preferred
10+ years in stormwater Mgmt
Extensive Knowledge of Floodplain and Hydraulics
Strong Communication Skills
CFM, CPESC cert. preferred
Milone & MacBroom, Inc. is a growing multidisciplinary engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and environmental science consulting firm.
We are seeking qualified, motivated individuals to work in our Water Resources group at our corporate office located in Cheshire, Connecticut. Candidates will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects with a multidisciplinary team to analyze and design river and wetland restoration projects.
Water Resources Engineer:
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with four or more years of water resource-related experience, proficiency in AutoCAD, computer modeling, excellent written and communication skills. Emphasis on hydrology, open channel hydraulics, and engineering design.
Senior Water Resources Engineer:
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with eight or more years of water resource-related experience, proficiency in AutoCAD, computer modeling, excellent written and communications skills. Emphasis on hydrology, open channel hydraulics, and engineering design. Professional Engineer licensure required.
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Are you a Hazard Mitigation or Emergency Management Specialist who enjoys the technical aspects of hazard mitigation as well as client development and business development? Are you looking for an opportunity to work with an established consulting firm that values its employee's enthusiasm and technical contributions? We encourage you to apply for this opportunity. We are dedicated to providing the atmosphere to allow individuals to grow their career.
Full time position in AMEC's highly-regarded Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Management (HM & EM) program for a Senior Consultant to manage, perform and market hazard mitigation and emergency management services for state and local governments as well as other clients.
* Manage, develop and update Hazard Mitigation Plans that meet Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000) and NFIP's CRS Program standards. This includes:
* Coordinating and facilitating planning team and public meetings and perform or oversee data collection, documentation, plan development and plan approval by FEMA and credited by CRS.
* Evaluating clients' existing mitigation "capabilities" through on-line research of local plans, regulations, policies and programs and review of programs and documents.
* Identifying and incorporating data into HM/EM plans and other documents; performing risk assessment analyses on hazard data and write significant portions of planning documents.
* Assisting with the identification and description of cost effective, technically feasible, and environmentally sound mitigation actions.
* Occasional travel to client locations nationwide
* Will perform business development efforts to provide diversification, development, and growth of services through new business opportunities and expansion of business with existing clients using the seller/doer model.
* Assist in proposal preparation including innovative technical approaches and competitive pricing. Will prepare and perform client presentations.
* Will execute a variety of hazard mitigation plans including Community Wildfire Protection Plans, recovery planning, climate change adaptation planning, emergency operations plans, energy assurance plans, business continuity planning, drought mitigation and response plans.
* Support clients in identifying, pursuing, and developing grant funding opportunities relative to HM & EM programs.
* Assist with other emergency management projects and plans as needed including training and exercises.
AMEC is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment.
Knowledge and Qualifications
* BS degree in Planning, Emergency Management, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Geography, Environmental Science or related field. MS preferred.
* 10 - 15 years + experience in the hazard mitigation planning/emergency management/floodplain management field and experience developing or reviewing DMA 2000 hazard mitigation plans preferred.
* Business development experience and demonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong client relationships as well as experience in proposal preparation.
* Strong writing and communication skills a must.
* Experience working in FEMA disaster management preferred, including working knowledge of federal pre- and post-disaster grant programs including HMA, PDM-C, HMGP and FMA.
* Knowledge of HAZUS/GIS, FEMA Benefit Cost software, EMAP, NFIP and CRS a plus.
* Experience with one or more of the following is a plus: Community Wildfire Protection Plans, recovery planning, climate change adaptation planning, emergency operations plans, energy assurance plans, business continuity planning, drought mitigation and response plans.
* Strong work ethic, self-motivated and capable of independent work, but demonstrated ability to work on project teams.
* Strong MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
* Must pass drug test, background check and must have a satisfactory driving record in accordance with the Company's driving (MVR) policy.
McHenry County, Illinois
Water Resources Engineer
Shift: First Shift
Planning and Development
# of openings:1
The Planning and Development Department is seeking qualified candidates for a Full Time Water Resource Engineer position. The person in this position will review permits and subdivision applications and conduct field inspections for compliance with County ordinances pertaining to storm water and subdivision ordinances.
The responsibilities of this job include:
Reviews permit applications for compliance with County, State and Federal regulations and laws regarding storm water management.
Review ordinance and application requirements with property owners, applicants and general public; and also reviews engineers estimate for project costs to determine accuracy.
Monitors construction projects for compliance with approved plans and applicable regulations.
Participates in the preparation of the County's MS4 NPDES annual permit application and report.
Participates in watershed studies
Preference will be given to Engineers In Training (EIT) and entry level Engineers with a strong interest in and aptitude for reviewing stormwater permit application and conducting field inspections.
In addition, applicants should have:
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Civil or Environmental Engineering or related field.
A Professional Engineer License or an Engineer in Training (E.I.T) or the ability to obtain within one year of employment.
Certified Flood Manager and/or Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (or similar certification) preferred but not required.
An Unrestricted Class D Illinois Driver's License
Applicants should be knowledgeable of and skilled in:
Floodplain regulations and Storm water management principles; as well as storm water management design principles.
Plan review ( i.e. quantity take-offs, reading blueprints, etc)
Hydrologic and hydraulic calculations.
Geographic Information System mapping.
Preparing clear written review letters and reports; utilizing word processing and spreadsheet software.
Communicating clearly and effectively orally in individual and group settings and communicating complex engineering terminology to the general public.
Interpreting ordinances and surveying.
McHenry County offers an excellent benefits package which includes: Health/Dental Insurance, IMRF Pension Plan (Retirement), Deferred Compensation Plan and Paid Vacation, Sick and Personal Days.
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City of Casselberry
95 Triplet Lake Drive.
Casselberry, FL 32707
$38,640.00 - $64,401.00 Annually
This is a highly responsible professional position which requires the incumbent to possess a high level of skills and technical background. This position is responsible for the performance of duties related to in-house design, review, and permitting of Public Works capital improvement and rehabilitation projects (including but not necessarily limited to stormwater, water/sewer/reclaimed water, and transportation projects); technical research; field research; and assistance with project management, inspections, interagency coordination, and permit compliance.
- Performs detailed designs for Public Works projects.
- Prepares documents necessary for permitting of projects and submits to appropriate agencies.
- Completes project reviews and markups.
- Works closely with the Engineering Technician to complete clear and accurate engineering plans, details, and specifications.
- Design work may include, but not be limited to, pipe layout (gravity and pressure); grading; manholes, inlets, outfalls, valves, and other structures and fittings; hydraulic and hydrologic modeling; retention facilities; floodplain analysis; selection and specification of optimal pipe rehabilitation methods; sidewalk, roadway, and signage design; and selection and specification of pavement rehabilitation methods.
- Conducts analysis of gravity sanitary sewer and/or storm sewer video inspections.
- Employs value engineering principles and evaluates alternatives on a feasibility, sustainability, and lifecycle cost-benefit basis.
- Prepares detailed cost estimates for Public Works projects.
- Conducts technical research related to stormwater, water, wastewater, reclaimed water, and transportation
- Assists with review and verification of as-built data.
- Assists the Assistant Public Works Director/City Engineer with the City's NPDES MS4 permit compliance, including intra/interagency coordination, documentation, and report preparation.
- Tasks may include assistance with asset management, development review, public education, public presentations, public events, grant preparation, file management, and GIS/data integration.
- Tasks may include limited project management and field inspections.
- Represents Public Works or the City at intra/interagency meetings as assigned.
- Follows safe working practices and has a working knowledge of safety practices and procedures.
- All employees will have a role in the City's disaster preparation and/or disaster recovery efforts, as may be designated in the City Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan.
(These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related marginal duties as required)
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Thorough knowledge of engineering standards, principles, practices, and mathematics.
- Knowledge of various structural materials.
- Knowledge of applicable state and federal regulations related to stormwater, water, wastewater, reclaimed water, and transportation.
- Knowledge of engineering techniques and ability to apply techniques to a variety of Public Work assignments.
- Ability to read, design, review, and markup plans.
- Skill and ability to be self-motivated, independent thinking, and goal achieving with minimal supervision.
- Ability to apply technical information effectively.
- Ability to communicate and coordinate several assignments at the same time.
- Ability to set priorities and meet schedules.
- Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in performing technical duties.
- Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook software
- Ability to research legal situations involving private and public property, as well as regulatory issues
- Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions.
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, including ability to effectively explain technical issues to a generally non-technical audience
- Ability to maintain a working relationship with other City employees, customers, residents, and other agencies
Education and Experience:
Must possess EITHER a Bachelor's degree (or higher) from an ABET accredited program in the field of civil or environmental engineering (or closely related field) OR a minimum of six years of combined design and field experience in projects related to water resources and/or transportation.
The following is highly preferred, but not required:
- Familiarity with ArcGIS software
- Familiarity with GPS equipment
- Ability to operate ICPR, WaterGems, and/or other modeling software
- Ability to operate CAD drafting system
- Knowledge of wetland environments and Florida-friendly landscaping principles
Licenses, Certifications or Registrations:
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver's license. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check will be made to determine acceptance of past driving record.
Engineer Intern (EI) designation preferred, but not required.
Essential Physical Skills:
- Moderate (15 to 44 pounds) lifting and carrying
- Good vision (with or without correction)
- Good hearing (with or without hearing aid)
(Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability.)