As a Water Resources Engineer, you will play a key role in the design of water resource projects, which include river and habitat restoration, fish passage design, FEMA studies, water conveyance design, transportation conveyance facility design, and other water resource-related projects. Specific job responsibilities include: collection of field data; hydraulic and hydrologic modeling; completion of complex engineering analyses and calculations; development of natural channel restoration designs; preparation of design drawings; development of bid plans, specifications and engineers cost estimates and technical report writing, providing construction oversight, and providing technical review and mentorship of junior engineering staff.
BS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in hydraulics and sediment transport required, MS preferred
PE license in Washington, Oregon and/or Idaho
5-10 years of related professional experience, preferably with prior consulting experience
Training and experience must include use of standard 1-dimensional hydraulic models (e.g. HEC-RAS), with preference for candidate with experience with 2-dimensional (2-D) hydraulic modeling
Experience with analysis of flow and sediment dynamics, scour assessment and countermeasure design, sediment transport modeling and application of fish and wildlife habitat enhancement in channel design preferred
Experience with AutoCAD, Civil 3D, GIS, standard hydrologic data analysis software and sediment transport modeling preferred
Knowledge of environmental planning and regulations and general knowledge of fisheries biology in the Pacific Northwest desired
Professional-level verbal and written communication skills
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