At Bridge & Stream, we specialize in providing water resource engineering solutions for a variety of industries. We work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, while maintaining a laid-back approach that encourages a satisfying work-life balance. We are looking for qualified applicants to join our team as a Water Resources Engineer.
The job duties for this position would involve:
Hydrologic analysis of many diverse flood, climatic, and meteorological conditions across the United States.
Open channel hydraulic analysis using steady and unsteady modeling.
Hydraulic design of drainage structures.
Preparation of design plans using drafting software and drainage reports.
Coordination with clients and regulatory agencies.
Short-term travel to complete field work involving surveying tasks.
Skill and experience in water resources engineering, specifically hydrology and hydraulic analyses utilizing various methods and software including HEC-HMS and two-dimensional HEC-RAS models.
Skill and experience utilizing mapping and CAD drafting software including ArcGIS and Microstation.
Obtained their PE license
Completed an MS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in water resources, or similar.
An established work ethic completing projects from start to finish in a professional engineering consulting environment.
Interest in field work, including periodic week-long trips to project sites and surveying in variable outdoor conditions.
Ability to work independently and remotely, with a willingness to engage on a variety of tasks required to operate a small business.
2 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: excellent benefits that include paid vacation leave, flex-time, medical/dental insurance, paid overtime, company-administered retirement plan with an automatic 3% employer contribution, and a bonus program.
About Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc.
Providing engineering solutions, specializing in surface water hydrology, open channel hydraulics, the hydraulic design of drainage structures, bridge location surveys, floodplain analyses, channel stabilization, scour assessment/mitigation, and permitting across the United States since 2005.