Jacobs Mid-Level Water Conveyance Engineer in Portland, Oregon
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We challenge what is currently accepted, so we can shape innovative and lasting solutions for tomorrow. If you’re interested in a long and rewarding career working with the #1 globally ranked water treatment engineering firm, and with the industry’s best and most innovative engineers, then Jacobs is where you belong. We are looking for a passionate and curious Mid-Level Water Conveyance Engineer in Portland, Oregon.
As a member of our team, you will contribute to a variety of water conveyance and wastewater and stormwater collection system management and planning, condition assessment, rehabilitation, design, and construction support projects for diverse range of clients in the local and regional markets. We will expect you to independently perform routine assignments that require the application of standard design engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria. You will also evaluate the selection and/or modification of standard techniques, procedures, criteria, and systems to meet project goals in collaboration with multi-disciplinary teams. These assignments will allow you to build on your current expertise through mentorship and challenging planning, design, and construction phase project work and grow your career through progressively more challenging project roles and responsibilities such as managing tasks and mentoring entry level engineers working under your direction.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering or a related engineering discipline.
Engineer-In-Training (EIT) certificate or ability to obtain within 18 months.
Minimum five years of experience working in engineering roles.
Dependable and capable of meeting assigned project deadlines with minimal oversight.
Able to understand, edit, and coordinate project planning reports, design specifications, and drawings
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Six to ten years of experience working in engineering roles.
Professional Engineering license is desired or ability to obtain within 18 months.
Experience working with multi-disciplinary teams.
Engineering experience including the planning, design, and construction phases of projects.
Field experience involving assessment of water conveyance and wastewater and stormwater collection systems.
Experience with several of the following software packages: ArcMap, ArcGIS, InfoWater, InfoSWMM, Microstation, OpenRoads, AutoCAD Civil3D, and related analytical tools.
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