Jacobs Transportation Drainage Engineer in Dallas, Texas
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Our North Texas Transportation Group is seeking to hire a mid-level Transportation Drainage Engineer with 4 years of experience in our global headquarters in our Dallas, TX office to support our highway, bridge, and rail projects throughout Texas. Using your experience, you’ll work in a team, collaborative, and fast paced environment. You’re typical work assignments may include storm drainage analysis and design, cross drainage hydraulic analysis and design, erosion control, quantity and cost estimates, preparation of technical reports and memorandum, and preparation of construction plans, estimates, and specifications as required.
In this role you’ll:
Work in a team environment with other project engineers on the detailed enclosed storm drainage analysis and design for urban and rural transportation projects.
Conduct drainage analysis and design per the requirements of the project and various transportation public agencies such as TxDOT and DART.
Support the efforts in the preparation of contract drainage drawings, specifications, and estimates.
Prepare projects specific drainage / hydraulic reports and technical memorandum.
Provide hydraulic analysis for cross drainage structures and incorporate the results in the design with other disciplines (roadway and bridge).
Here’s what you’ll need :
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering is required from a U.S. ABET accredited school.
Registration as Professional Engineer (PE) in Texas is required or the ability to obtain in six (6) months from the hiring date if licensed in another state.
4 years of experience working on mid- and/or large-scale transportation related projects providing drainage design, hydrologic, and hydraulic analyses.
Ability to communicate effectively and coordinate all drainage design phases of a project with other team disciplines.
Experience in utilizing Microstation, Geopak Drainage, OpenRoads, and SUDA.
Experience in designing roadway enclosed storm sewer systems.
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Experience with HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, HY-8.
Experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling for cross drainage structures.
Experience working on large scale design-build transportation related projects.
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