Are you an independent person who can stay on task while working with team members in multiple geographic locations?
Are you an expert communicator with excellent customer service, project management, and problem-solving skills?
Can you meet stringent deadlines and juggle multiple projects at once?
If you answered yes to all of these questions, Watearth wants to talk to you about our Civil Engineer position. Watearth's Civil Engineer must be able to work independently with good written and oral communication skills, manage small to medium projects, mentor and manage staff engineers, and creatively solving problems. They will work directly with our clients and participate in business development. There is significant opportunity to advance into a Project Manager position.
Watearth prides itself on proactive communication; the Civil Engineer will be accountable for helping their local community on behalf of Watearth. We desire our staff to be capable of meeting deadlines and working on numerous projects at once without much oversight. This individual will thrive on challenging projects and be eager to dedicate the effort needed to complete projects on time and on budget. This work is not easy, but it is incredibly rewarding. We place a lot of trust in our employees to get the job done right and on time.
Watearth provides water resources engineering and environmental planning to public and private clients. Through consistent emphasis of our values, we have produced award-winning work for more than a decade, a testament to our reliability and expertise.
We have offices in California, Texas and Kansas.
Roles and Responsibilities:
This position is for a full-time employee of Watearth and working on a variety of projects with a focus on civil design related to site design stormwater, Low Impact Development, water quality, design of stormwater and water resources facilities, and water conservation. Projects can be in a variety of locations where we have offices although travel is not usually required. Candidate is expected to be a licensed Professional Engineer in state of residence.
Minimum Experience Requirements
* Civil Engineering experience, with a focus on stormwater and site design preferred
* P.E. license in state of residence required
* 4-8 years experience required, with demonstrated experience with design and construction drawings and bid packages
* Experience with AutoCAD as demonstrated in resume or in work product
* Construction phase or Stormwater inspection experience required
* Experience with water resources modeling preferred
This is a full-time position and is to be filled as soon as a qualified candidate is identified. We offer flexible office locations and telecommuting, as well as some flexibility on hours, with required core hours each weekday to meet our Central Time Zone and Pacific Time Zone needs (may require greater than 40 hours some weeks to meet deadlines). Our benefits include a flexible work environment, a competitive salary (DOE), and benefits. We are looking for candidates located in Oakland, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Austin (TX) & Kansas City (MO).
All resumes will remain confidential.