Jacobs Water Conveyance Engineer (Hydraulic Modeling) in Portland, Oregon
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If you want an opportunity to solve complex challenges and do meaningful work, then you should our team as a Water Conveyance Engineer in Portland. As part of our team, you’ll assist with urban water, wastewater, and stormwater planning, modeling, and design projects. You’ll use your expertise in network hydraulic modeling, hydrologic modeling, and GIS. You’ll also have the opportunity to utilize your technical skills to work with a team on creative approaches to problem solving including task automation and system optimization. In addition, you’ll evaluate, select and apply standards of advanced engineering and modeling techniques, develop computer model applications for complex hydrologic and hydraulic systems, perform technical writing and client presentations and engage in programming, statistical analysis, and data research.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
• Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering
• Engineer in Training certification
• Minimum 7 years of experience
• Experience with applications such as InfoWorks ICM, InfoSWMM, SewerGEMs, XPSWMM, PCSWMM, Mike Urban, EPASWMM, EPASSOAP, InfoWater, WaterGEMs, EPANet, and ArcGIS
• Experience with master planning
• Model development and calibration experience
• Hydraulic or operational design experience
Ideally, You’ll Also Have:
• Graduate degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering
• Professional Engineer license
• 10 years of experience
• An understanding of hydrologic principles, I&I analysis, pump station operations, diversion and storage operations, valve operations, and pipeline design principles
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