Stantec Water Resources Engineer in Training in Laurel, Maryland
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Stantec has an opportunity for an entry level position is water resources engineering. This position will conduct hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and water resource engineering in support of environmental, transportation and water resources projects, including FEMA Flood Insurance Studies. This is an excellent career opportunity for an individual to join a team of multidisciplinary professionals in a fast paced, customer driven environment. The position offers great potential for professional growth and the opportunity to apply the latest in engineering modeling and GIS technology to water resource projects and flood studies.
This individual will develop flood flow estimates and simulate the response of streams and rivers to flooding conditions throughout the country. This position will work with a team of engineers, scientists, GIS professionals and planners that are passionate about their work. This is a great opportunity for someone wishing to pursue a career in engineering.
Responsibilities will include the following:
Perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses to support floodplain mapping;
Conduct watershed evaluations, water quality monitoring, storm water management and ecosystem restoration design and associated design reports;
Develop FEMA Flood Risk products and performing flood risk assessments;
Develop construction plans, specifications and estimate of probable costs;
Communication and collaboration with the project team, project managers, clients, local communities;
Occasional field data collection (e.g. GPS data collection); and
Developing official correspondence for communities.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Civil, Water Resources, or Environmental Engineering or a related degree
E.I.T. (Engineer-In-Training)certificationor capability to obtain E.I.T. within 1 year
Excellent organizational andverbal and written communication skills;
Familiarity with fluid mechanics, hydrology, and hydraulic processes
Passion for water resources, flood risk reduction and computer modeling; and
Ability to effectively juggle multiple tasks, concurrently.
Masters of Science (M.S.) degree in Civil, Water Resources, or Environmental Engineering or a related degree
Experience with hydrologic and hydraulic models, including HEC-RAS
Proficient with ESRI software, including ArcGIS
Knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program
Experience related to storm water management, Low Impact Development (LID) or ecosystem restoration design and watershed assessments
Proficient in AutoCAD Civil 3D; and
Ability to communicate clearly via phone, email, and in person to internal and external clients.
Job ID 32189
# of Openings Remaining 1
Experience (Years) 0
Posted Date 9/20/2017
Discipline Environmental Services