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Seeking a dedicated professional with at least 2 years of experience in hydrology and hydraulics design and modeling. The individual shall be capable of and responsible for delivering a quality product in a fast-
paced environment and is interested in challenging their skills with a wide range of projects.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Provide technical expertise in drainage design and hydraulic modeling on all project aspects associated with conceptual planning, detailed engineering designs, and preparation of construction plans.
Responsible for drainage design including, but not limited to civil design calculations, computer modeling, detailing, and plan set production for roadway, drainage, water quality and utilities projects with an emphasis on hydrology and hydraulics.
Perform hydrologic and hydraulic design calculations and prepare reports, construction plans and specifications as required by assignments.
Coordinate design development and assist in providing technical direction and mentorship to other engineers.
Provide quality control within drainage discipline to ensure completeness and accuracy of design team work.
Reviews plans, prepares or reviews technical specifications and estimates.
Reviews drawings supplied by vendors, clients, and engineers and recommends necessary changes.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering is required.
Should have an EIT and / or PE certification, or with the ability to take the Professional Engineering exam within the first few years of hire.
Experience and proficiency with design software such as AutoCAD, MicroStation, Civil3D, InRoads, OpenRoads SUDA, HEC-HMS, HEC-
RAS, Urban Drainage, and other hydrology / hydraulics programs.
Experience designing highway / freeway drainage systems.
Experience and / or interest with hydrology and hydraulics for river systems, 2D preferred (HEC RAS, SRH 2D).
At least 2+ years of experience with water quality analysis and design is preferred.
Local project and client experience for Colorado based clients is preferred
Ability and experience with Microsoft Office.
Demonstrated strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills and capable of working with internal colleagues, clients, contractors, and regulatory agency staff.
Team oriented with strong capability to learn, mentor, and work independently.
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