Jacobs Lead Wet Services Engineer in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Our People & Places Solutions business – reinforces our drive to improve the lives of people everywhere and epitomises the "why" of what we do – the tremendous positive impact and value our solutions bring to our communities and society as a whole. From facilities delivering life-saving therapies and ensuring clean water to enabling the connection of people through all modes of transportation and providing access to technology – we're integrating a multitude of these solution elements to build the smart environments of tomorrow.
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Based in Saudi Arabia, our Infrastructure and Utilities division is seeking a Lead Wet Services Engineer to join our team. You will undertake designs, modelling, calculations, reports, drawings, specifications, investigations, and bills of quantities for Wet Services associated infrastructure and coordinate the delivery of design outputs including the necessary quality assurance checking. You will collaborate with authorities, the client, consultants, contractors, and other members of the wider organization. It is important that you can develop designs from concept through the detailed design process and then onto final Authority approvals. Also develop IFC and provide support to construction team.
You will be involved in design and modelling of water, wastewater, irrigation and storm water network systems and associated pumping stations. The networks include but not limited to transmission, distribution, and main trunk lines. You will also lead and advise on hydrology/flood studies, liaison with roads, grading and involve in implementation of flood protection/mitigations. Knowledge of sewage and water treatment plants is plus.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
As a successful candidate you should have Bachelor's degree in Engineering (preferably in Civil Engineering) – Masters is a plus. You must have minimum of 15 years’ Civil engineering experience in Wet Services, designing water, wastewater, irrigation, and storm water systems. You must have hands on experience on hydraulic modelling tools & GIS and have good experience in Civil 3D/BIM for infrastructure projects. You should be able to draw and integrate utilities/infrastructure networks and undertake clash analysis for utilities independently. You should be able to work independently with relevant software’s including, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, WaterCAD/Gems, SewerCAD/Gems, StormCAD. You should also possess a thorough knowledge of current technology and be able to select and apply appropriate engineering software for use on project. You should have potential to lead team of utilities engineers, BIM engineers and CAD technicians on large scale infrastructure project. You must possess the ability to utilize the BIM technology and models in design, construction and commissioning of the related works. You must have have strong detailed design experience of large size water pipelines, pumping stations, water reservoirs, sewage gravity & rising mains, storm water networks, channels, culverts/cross drainage structures etc.