This intermediate engineering position is for the individual who takes an increasingly responsible role in managing projects. The employee independently evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria on moderately complex projects.
Plans, schedules, conducts, and/or coordinates detailed phases of assigned project work. Works closely with senior-level Project Managers to gain project management experience. Makes design recommendations, adaptations, and modifications. Performs calculations using engineering formulas and skills. Completes own design work using computer-aided techniques. Prepares reports and correspondence concerning the direction of assigned projects. Assists geologists in geotechnical field reconnaissance and inspection of exploratory drilling operations.
Serves as a technical advisor to junior-level project team members
Five (5) plus years experience, excellent writing, analytical, communication, and computer skills. Professional Engineer preferred. Department of Transportation experience and experience with current design codes such as AASHTO and FHWA manuals a plus.
B.S. in Civil Engineering. M.S. in Geotechnical or Civil Engineering with a concentration in geotechnical engineering evidenced by a minimum of 24 semester hours of geotechnical related courses a plus.
Must be proficient in using software programs such as LPile GRLweap, DRIVEN, SLIDE, gINT, and Geosystem. The candidate must have excellent writing and communication skills.