Junior to Mid-Level Environmental Engineer

Brown and Caldwell | Louisville, KY

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Posted Date 9/06/2020
Description

In this role you will work closely with project managers and other team members to execute work involving conventional types of civil engineering principals and other related activities for infrastructure projects. Specific duties may include the following:

Prepare infiltration/inflow analyses and pipeline condition assessments

Perform flow monitoring analyses and hydraulic modeling

Assist with planning and design of water, stormwater, and wastewater pipelines and pumping stations

Assist with planning and design of water and wastewater treatment facilities

Assist with environmental studies, permitting, alternatives analyses, and other technical deliverables

Check performance or conformity with plans and specifications as part of engineering services during construction

Assist with submittal reviews, requests for information, correspondence, change requests, and change orders for construction projects

Conduct field work as necessary for various projects

Communicate effectively and coordinate with project teams including other disciplines (drafters, designers, and other engineers)

Support and attend local marketing and outreach events

 

Desired Skills and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering or related engineering field required; Master’s degree a plus.

0-8 years’ professional experience (2+ years preferred) in the study, design, and construction administration of water, stormwater and wastewater pipelines, pumping stations, and other facilities.

Engineer in Training (EIT) certification, or ability to obtain within 6 months of start date

Excellent technical writing and communication skills required.

Proficiency with Microsoft Suite including Word, Outlook, Project, Excel and PowerPoint is required.

Proficiency in ArcGIS, AutoCAD and Civil 3D preferred, MEP/Revit, and hydraulic modeling platforms a plus.

Planning/Design experience and/or related coursework in water distribution, stormwater and wastewater conveyance systems.

Familiarity with field data collection processes and tools for water/sewer asset inventory & condition assessment desirable.

Experience with GIS editing and data management using ESRI ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online software desirable.

Strong aptitude for researching and solving technical problems.

Valid driver’s license and good driving record

Ability and willingness to conduct routine field work which may involve travel, including overnight trips, up to 30% of one’s time

Ability to walk slowly around a field site of varying size that may have areas of tall plant growth, uneven, muddy, and/or rocky ground to perform inspections and take photographs.

Ability to work for short periods of time in extreme temperatures including heat and cold.

Ability to wear required safety equipment at sites including hard hats, steel toed boots (or other approved toe protection), etc.

Stand for several hours observing and working within roadway traffic control zones

Operate a personal vehicle or BC Pickup Truck to commute to jobsites and to access work areas on site

Remain alert and vigilant while working in urban environments and be able to walk swiftly for a short distance to clear an area where a potential hazard is identified.

Climb stairs (2-3 flights) or ladders (up to 24 foot typically) to access structures for visual inspection.

Lifting – objects on job sites less than 30 pounds

Job Category
Private
Career Level
Mid Level

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