Jacobs Stream Restoration Engineer - Remote in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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In this role, as a Stream Restoration Engineer you’ll lead project tasks providing expertise to clients to solve problems and meet multiple design objectives, while guiding teams to execute those tasks in a high-quality manner. You will work collaboratively between our Environmental Science, Planning, and Engineering Group, our Water Resources and Conveyance Group, and our Transportation Group on multiple fish passage and stream restoration projects.
Using your experience, you’ll be a task lead, performing oversight and coordinating the use of resources to accomplish quality reviews and respond to client needs. In addition, you will lead teams consisting of stream design, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, geomorphology, and biology staff to complete multi-discipline evaluations of streams, culverts, and watershed planning/analysis. You’ll lead managerial efforts for planning, design, and engineering services.
Your contributions will also be individually or as the leader of design teams to prepare, and/or review plans, technical specifications, contract documents, and estimates. Your teams will prepare basis of design reports, provide biological and geomorphic assessments, develop H&H models, floodplain analysis, and bridge scour evaluation. You’ll be a liaison between clients and agencies, subcontractors, and other design teams including permitting support and construction oversight. Your experience will be valuable as you help supervise, develop and mentor other stream team members.
Clients often include DOTs, Sound Transit, Cities, Counties, Districts at both a local level in western Washington and on a global scale supporting international projects. Agencies frequently engaged are Department of Fish and Wildlife, local tribal entities, and the Army Corps.
Jacobs health and welfare benefits are designed to invest in you, and in the things you care about. Your health. Your well-being. Your security. Your future. Typical benefits offered include flexible work schedules and opportunities to work remotely, educational reimbursement, retirement benefits, employee stock purchase plan, health benefits, disability benefits, life and accident insurance and voluntary benefits. Jacobs provides 8 paid holidays a year, parental leave, and personal paid time off (PPTO) which allows you to decide when and how much time off to take at your discretion with supervisor approval.
Typical salary range for this position is $59,200 to $145,600 for an Intermediate level and $65,800 to $176,200 for an Associate level. Final pay determination is commensurate with experience relative to the position. For “remote” positions, salary to be offered is geographic dependent.
This is a remote position
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor's Degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Biology, Fluvial Geomorphology or equivalent as a basis for stream restoration design.
Minimum of 5 years of progressive water resource experience with stream restoration and fish passage design and construction oversight experience. Experience includes building trust with clients, permitting agencies, and multidisciplinary teams.
Demonstrated experience in developing stream restoration designs for key technical components of survey, fish habitat, fish passage, scour analysis, hydraulics and hydrology, flood risks, geomorphology, permit ready, and constructability of projects. Experience includes use of LWM and aggregate to provide channel complexity features.
Ability to communicate effectively to various levels of technical knowledge in an engaging and supportive way through various methods including virtually.
Possess time management skills, ability to prioritize multiple tasks, and ability to lead others as the task lead. You will be responsible for the scope, schedule, budget, and quality of the tasks to meet client expectations.
Ability to receive Washington Professional Engineering license in approximately 1 year.
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Working knowledge of HEC-RAS 1D/2D or SHRH-2D
Working knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or Microstation/Inroads
Working knowledge of ArcGIS
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel
Experience authoring and reviewing WSDOT Preliminary Hydraulic Designs (PHDs), Final Hydraulic Designs (FHDs), or equivalent reporting
Experience working on design build contracts
1 or more successful constructed stream restoration projects in the last 5 years in Western Washington
Working knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology, fish biology, civil engineering, survey, fish habitat, scour, sediment transport, flood risk, bank stabilization, engineering drawings, specifications, estimates, reporting, construction.
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