Jacobs Entry Level Site Engineer - Fort Campbell, KY in Fort Campbell, Kentucky
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Jacobs is seeking a Site Engineer to provide exceptional engineering, construction services and support services to the mission at the Fort Campbell Home of the 101st Airborne and located at Fort Campbell, KY. The Site Engineer career path is your chance to provide site engineering support to our client, the US Army. The Site Engineer will provide engineering support for the Fort Campbell Water – Water and Wastewater Utility Privatization Project. The Site Engineer provides onsite support on projects including water treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment and collection, tertiary treatment and irrigation conveyance system, administrative, storage and maintenance facilities.
The Site Engineer will be responsible for:
• Administration of onsite mapping and work directly with the offsite GIS coordinator to ensure that water and sewer mapping remain current
• Providing project oversight on connection projects related to water, wastewater, and distribution and collection systems
• Serve as point-of-contact for water and wastewater master planning activities on the base; and coordinate the water and wastewater master plan with overall base master plan
• Assist the Operations and Maintenance staff of water, wastewater, and distribution system with engineering services required to address problems observed
• Assist in conducting cross-connection control surveys and propose solutions when cross-connections arise.
• Assist the Project’s Health and Safety Representative in reviewing pertinent health and safety documentation during evaluation of hiring potential subcontractors and help oversee their safety performance once hired.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related discipline
0-2 years of experience of engineering support on projects related to the operation and maintenance of a water/wastewater treatment facility, and irrigation, collection and distribution systems
Understanding of the technical aspects of the utility systems to be supported, including specific treatment processes in operation or planned (EDR and RO)
Working knowledge of military structure and installation-level organizations, especially Army
Proficient with Microsoft Office software
Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license with no major infractions
Ideally, You'll also have:
- EIT License or ability to obtain a EIT license within 1 year of hire
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