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Dam Safety Engineer

Company:

Kleinschmidt Associates

Post Date:

April 15, 2021

Location:

Various

Kleinschmidt has a full-time opening for a Dam Safety Engineer with heavy structural or geotechnical experience. Any office location would be considered and until it is safer to be together in our office locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our employees are currently working remotely from home offices.

This position involves a combination of structural or geotechnical design and dam safety responsibilities. The immediate need will have the candidate participating as part of a team of technical professionals working on various civil structure design and dam safety projects associated with hydroelectric and civil works water projects.
Qualifications:

• Prior approval from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as an Independent Consultant to conduct
Part 12 Dam Safety Inspections or ability to receive this designation within three years.
• Experience with design of structures in and around water including submerged environments.
• Experience with structural aspects of concrete and steel construction and/or geotechnical
analysis of earthen embankments and canals.
• Experience in concrete and earthen dam, canal, or levee safety inspections.
• Experience in seismic design and analysis
• Permitting experience on large and diverse projects.
• Excellent problem-solving skills and capable of working collaboratively with clients and co-workers.
• Registration as a Professional Engineer.
• BS in engineering with minimum of 10 years' experience in structural or geotechnical engineering.
• Available for travel throughout US and Canada, as needed, typically 10% to 25% of the time.
• Must possess permanent authorization to work in the United States.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be mentored by in the fields of hydroelectric, civil works design, and dam safety.

In addition to excellent technical skills, the successful candidate will possess strong communication skills, be self-motivated and growth oriented with demonstrated ability to work effectively with a multidisciplinary team while applying civil/structural or geotechnical engineering skills from analysis and design through to construction.

Kleinschmidt offers a competitive salary and benefits package and opportunities for advancement in a growing, national consulting firm. Kleinschmidt is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender status, national origin, veteran status, and any other classification protected by law.

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Senior Dams Practice Leader

Company:

GEI Consultants, Inc.

Post Date:

April 15, 2021

Location:

Denver, CO

The Dams Practice Leader will promote, plan, and implement the Rocky Mountain Dams practice mission and vision to serve our existing clients, develop new clientele, and collaborate amongst our National Practice Leaders to implement regional and corporate initiatives. Reporting to the Branch or Regional Manager, this position will coordinate technical services and staff within the Dams practice to foster collaboration across the branch and region. Manage projects and clients within the practice.

Essential Responsibilities & Duties:
Set the overall strategy and vision to reinforce and expand the Rocky Mountain Dams Practice
Identify, develop, pursue, and win opportunities with new and existing clients within Colorado, the Rocky Mountain region, and nationwide
Plan, coordinate, direct, and supervise design teams in the design of water infrastructure projects such as dams, spillways, outlet works, hydroelectric facilities, and fish passage facilities
Provide technical input and oversight in one or more of the following areas: structural design of concrete hydraulic structures, open channel/spillway hydraulics, embankment dam design, roller compacted concrete.
Resolve complex issues to benefit our clients
Manage local and national projects
May be responsible for Project teams that include 10 or more members often representing multiple business lines, working in remote locations and including subconsultants.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering required, or equivalent experience.
20+ years’ experience in design, project management, and construction of dams and/or hydropower projects.
Registered professional civil engineer in Colorado (other states a plus).
Ability to work with limited supervision; organized; energetic and enthusiastic; and ability to build productive working relationships within the firm and with project teams.
Qualified applicants will have experience managing projects with $1M-$20M contract value (<$5M-$100M construction value).
Understanding of regulatory and permitting environment in Colorado, including work under the jurisdiction of the Colorado Office of the State Engineer Dam Safety Branch and other federal agencies (BIA, USACE, FERC, etc).
Strong communication skills.
Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:

Demonstrated experience in pursuing and winning opportunities for water clients in the Rocky Mountain region.
Strong reputation in the Colorado market for dams and hydropower services.
Over twenty years experience in Civil Engineering and Water Resources related fields.
We are seeking a civil engineer specializing in water resource engineering with strong analysis and design experience working on large civil works projects such as dams, pipelines, levees, canals, pump stations and related structures.
Ability to supervise and direct junior staff.
Experience with project management concepts and software. Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.
Candidates should be thoroughly familiar with computerized applications including Microsoft software and structural and hydraulic engineering applications.
Knowledgeable of Colorado water institutions and issues is desirable, including the Colorado Division of Water Resources, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and local water providers.

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Senior Engineer (Civil) (5211)

Company:

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)

Post Date:

April 8, 2021

Location:

Moccasin, CA

Hetch Hetchy Water and Power

Salary: $158,392.00 - $192,504.00/year
WORK LOCATION: Moccasin, California
Deadline: 4/30/2021 5:00:00 PM

For full job description and apply information, please visit us at: https://jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=5211&R3=108824

The 5211 Senior Civil Engineer will manage the Hydropower Civil Engineering Department Management Plan & Implementation project. The 5211 Senior Civil Engineer is required to maintain a high degree of technical competency within the hydropower discipline and will manage HHWP’s civil engineering team to execute critical civil engineering tasks. Hetch Hetchy Water & Power (HHWP) is responsible for a diverse set of water and power assets that require civil engineering expertise to maintain and operate. This system nearly spans the width of California, which will require heavy civil engineering knowledge in dams, tunnels, penstocks, roads, bridges, power transmission towers, and large diameter pipelines. As the Civil Engineering Department Supervisor, the 5211 Senior Civil Engineer is responsible to supervise a team of 5 to 8 civil engineers of varying experience levels, which includes organizing work, performing quality control tasks, writing correspondence to regulators, coordinating with other technical departments, and completing performance reviews.

Under general administrative direction, manages and directs the activities of professional and technical engineering, architecture and/or landscape architecture personnel performing highly technical and administrative functions in connection with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of projects and systems; supervises and/or directs subordinates in the preparation of designs, drawings, specifications and cost estimates for a variety of engineering, architectural and/or landscape architectural design and construction projects and/or construction inspection or personnel engaged in the most difficult and responsible professional engineering, architectural and/or landscape architectural work in the field and office.

Essential functions:
• Directs, supervises and coordinates the design of complex engineering/architecture/landscape architecture projects, ensuring that codes, standards, and project requirements are met; plans and develops projects, budgets and staff for a wide variety of design activities.
• Interviews, selects, trains, monitors, and evaluates departmental staff and consultants to ensure that work methods and work flow are effective; assures that written performance goals and objectives are prepared for employees; monitors the work of and evaluates, counsels and disciplines subordinate staff as necessary; and reviews and approves technical training programs for staff.
• Plans, organizes and directs the administration and management of contracts; reviews, evaluates and makes recommendations for and/or approves contracts, contract modifications, specifications, related documents, and the settlement of claims.
• Directs, supervises and reviews the preparation of complex construction contract and construction documents by establishing priorities, assigning tasks, allocating resources and monitoring progress to assure quality and cost effective performance of design work. Prepares and supervises the preparation of difficult and complex design drawings, specifications, and quantity and cost estimates.
• Establishes and implements departmental policies, procedures and administrative directives in accordance with applicable laws, ordinances, codes, standards, rules, regulations, and legislative policies and procedures by interpreting, explaining, monitoring, and evaluating the functional activities of the organization.
• Manages projects through planning, scheduling and monitoring critical milestones to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget.
• Directs, reviews and supervises the review of shop drawings by contractors and other work of professional consulting firms employed to design various projects. Checks and reviews specifications, estimates and computations prepared by consultants and subordinate staff members.
• Supervises field inspection staff working on projects under construction and proposed projects to assure conformance with plans and specifications and initiates new projects. May participate in field inspections when necessary.
• Coordinates all activities between a unit and other sections, bureaus, departments, outside agencies, and consultants and/or contractors.
• Consults with technical staff, public officials, and others to resolve differences among professional personnel; identifies problems, develops and compares alternatives and makes decisions or recommendations for effective problem resolution.
• Conducts meetings and makes presentations to Boards, Commissions, committees, approval agencies, staff and the general public for the purpose of providing accurate information, explaining policies, and providing recommendations and/or solutions.
• Represents the City and consults with government officials, business and civic organizations in connection with specific departmental issues.
• Writes, and/or reviews and approves letters, reports, memos, recommendations, routine correspondence and other documents.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
If you are interested in a job like this, we are looking for people that have the following:

Any combination of education, training and experience that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain this would be:

Engineering Specialty:
• Seven (7) years of verifiable professional engineering (e.g. civil, mechanical, electrical, sanitary/chemical/environmental, or transportation /traffic) work experience of which four (4) years of that experience must be as a licensed professional engineer. Two (2) of the seven (7) years must be equivalent to the City and County of San Francisco class 5241 Engineer in the specialty you are applying for; AND
• Requires possession of a baccalaureate degree with major course work in engineering, architecture and/or landscape architecture.

Substitution:
• A Master's Degree in Engineering, Architecture or Landscape Architecture may substitute for one-year work experience.
• A Ph. D. in Engineering, Architecture or Landscape Architecture may substitute for two years work experience.

All positions require possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer, Architect or Landscape Architect in the State of California.

Most positions require a valid driver's license.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
Civil Engineering

Equal Employment Opportunity: The City and County of San Francisco encourages women, minorities and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants will be considered regardless of their sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition (associated with cancer, a history of cancer, or genetic characteristics), HIV/AIDS status, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, or other protected category under the law.

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Principal Engineer/Dams and Reservoirs

Company:

Tetra Tech

Post Date:

April 8, 2021

Location:

Denver, CO

• Plan, conduct and supervise geotechnical engineering design and analysis related to civil engineering projects for water supply, dams, and reservoir projects. Responsibilities may include managing and preparing geotechnical and geologic field investigations, reviewing field investigation boring logs and data and assigning project specific laboratory testing, conducting engineering analyses and design, foundation design, fill placement/ground modification design, seepage evaluation, slope stability and seismic analyses, and preparing and reviewing geotechnical engineering reports and documents for a variety of applications.
• Conduct dam safety investigations; facilitate and/or participate in FERC Part 12, PFMA, dam risk analysis, assessment and management activities.
• Provide geotechnical solutions for dams, embankments, levees, foundations, underground construction, and earth structures.
• Develop and/or review quality control/assurance specifications and documentation during engineering design projects and during field construction activities.
• Conduct field observations, site visits, and exploration programs. Verify that work performed complies with contract requirements.
• Analysis and design of corrective measures for major geotechnical problems such as landslides, seepage, foundations, canal failures or land subsidence.
• Provides cost-effective, functional, and sound designs that meet dam safety requirements and that ensure public safety.
• Prepare preliminary and detailed design drawings and specifications for engineering projects.
• Participate in marketing and business development efforts, personally contributing to developing new projects and clients. Provide pursuit planning and proposal preparation.
• Participate in the development of a growth strategy for expanding dam and geotechnical services.

Qualifications:
• BS in Civil Engineering or Geological Engineering with an emphasis in geotechnical applications; MS in Geotechnical Engineering preferred, plus equivalent experience.
• Registration as PE in Colorado is required, or ability to become registered within 6 months.
• Fifteen or more years of relevant experience.
• Construction experience and ability to trouble shoot issues in the field.
• Working knowledge of AutoCAD, computer modelling skills are a plus.
• Proficiency or solid working knowledge of computer modelling software such as GeoStudio, LPile, gINT, FLAC

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Water Resources Design Senior Project Manager

Company:

Freese and Nichols

Post Date:

April 7, 2021

Location:

Tampa, Florida

Freese and Nichols, everyone on our team gets to make a meaningful difference in our communities. For more than 125 years, we have been planning and designing the infrastructure our society needs: developing water supplies, designing roadways and bridges, preparing for natural disasters, and much more. We’ve built our business on long-term relationships with clients and employees alike, resulting in financial stability, career opportunities, and a nationally recognized workplace culture.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, paid time off, 401(k) matching, paid overtime for salaried employees, tuition reimbursement, and much more. Our unique culture creates an environment for professional growth where we focus on caring for our clients, coworkers, and the communities where we work. Join our team of 1,000 employees as we continue to expand our services throughout the United States. Learn more about working here at freese.com/careers.
Preferred Skills and Qualifications:• 12+ Years’ Experience in engineering of dams, levees, and water conveyance structures.
• Education - B.S. degree in Engineering (minimum); M.S. in Engineering or Business Management (preferred).
• Excellent communication skills – both technical writing and oral.
• Ability to lead, motivate, and manage a project team and oversee excellent quality of work.
• Registered with the Florida Board of Professional Engineers or capable of obtaining license in less than six months.
• Familiar with analysis and design in accordance with federal guidelines by USACE, FEMA, NRCS

Functional Responsibilities:
Serve as Project Manager for large complex projects that include geotechnical, structural, and hydraulic components. Direct and supervise studies, investigations, and designs. Define tasks to be conducted by others, and provide general supervision, review, and approval throughout each project to ensure continuity, consistency, and quality.
• Maintain effective communications with client, client’s staff, and regulatory agencies.
• Provide supervision of a multi-discipline team of engineers, CAD technicians, designers, drafters, scientist, etc., requiring intergroup and interoffice coordination and external consultant management. Keep the project team abreast of all project activities, responding promptly to needs, problems, or requests.
• Evaluate and analyze design decisions to ensure objectivity, soundness of design, and impact of those decisions on schedule, budget, and needs. Responsible for collecting, correlating, and preparing recommendations and conclusions for reports.
• Participate in the preparation and implementation of design contracts.
• Track project financials and perform monthly reporting and preparation of status reports.
• Develop and maintain a quality control plan for the engineering disciplines required to produce high quality deliverables.
• Develop and maintain the project schedule. Maintain timeliness and technical correctness of a project to ensure high-quality work that meets the client’s budget and expectations.
• Remain up to date on applicable regulations and related technological advancements. Investigate new areas of technology or new applications of existing design and construction techniques.

Freese and Nichols is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and prohibits employment discrimination for employees and applicants based on his or her age, race, color, pregnancy, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, marital status, citizenship, or because he or she is an individual with a disability, protected veteran or other status protected by federal, state, and local laws.
We recognize that our workforce reflects the increasingly diverse nature of our society, and we strive to take advantage of that diversity with both our external and internal customers. As a Federal Contractor, Freese and Nichols is an equal employment, affirmative action employer.

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Water Resources Design Project Manager

Company:

Freese and Nichols, Inc.

Post Date:

April 5, 2021

Location:

Austin or San Antonio, TX

At Freese and Nichols, everyone on our team gets to make a meaningful difference in our communities. For more than 125 years, we have been planning and designing the infrastructure our society needs: developing water supplies, designing roadways and bridges, preparing for natural disasters, and much more. We’ve built our business on long-term relationships with clients and employees alike, resulting in financial stability, career opportunities, and a nationally recognized workplace culture.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, paid time off, 401(k) matching, paid overtime for salaried employees, tuition reimbursement, and much more. Our unique culture creates an environment for professional growth where we focus on caring for our clients, coworkers, and the communities where we work. Join our team of 1,000 employees as we continue to expand our services throughout the United States. Learn more about working here at freese.com/careers.

Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI) is currently searching for a highly motivated, well-rounded Project Manager in our Water Resources Design Division. This position requires an experienced engineer to serve as a project manager in the field of water resources and heavy civil projects with an emphasis on dams and levees. Candidate will be responsible for leading the analysis, design, and preparation of technical reports, construction plans, specifications, and cost estimates. The Candidate will work independently as well as plan and supervise work of teams of professionals and technicians in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Interest and ability to supervise, coach and mentor staff is strongly desired. The position involves client interaction and a commitment to client service. The position also encompasses business development activities, including proposal preparation, client visits, and marketing activities.

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Social Scientist/Risk Communication

Company:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Post Date:

March 29, 2021

Location:

Various

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is currently seeking experts in social science/risk communication. These experts will be supporting the USACE Dam and Levee Safety Program in flood risk communication. The portfolio of USACE dam and levees provides flood risk reduction benefits to over 20 million people and $2 Trillion in property value. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a skilled, professional team that leads and tackles some of the Nation's unique challenges in risk communication and stakeholder engagement.

Some of the key responsibilities of the position includes:

- Plan, implement, and evaluate flood risk communication activities designed to impact positive flood risk management outcomes.
- Apply communication theories and models to risk communication initiative development; use audience segmentation analysis and formative research to select appropriate communication channels and messages to achieve positive flood risk management outcomes.
- Coordinate and conduct activities related to long- and short-range planning; program and project development, implementation, and evaluation; audience research; and translation and dissemination of scientific information to audiences in a variety of formats.
- Participate in the creation of training curricula and tools.
- Develop, test, and disseminate science and scientific information and audience-based products, tools, and messages (i.e., via written, electronic, and audiovisual formats) to different audiences in a variety of formats.
- Work closely with strategic communications subject matter experts and other colleagues to leverage knowledge and resources, ensure consistency of messages, and foster teamwork.
- Serve as a communication touchpoint and facilitate information sharing across programs.

A Bachelor's Degree (or higher) in Communications (public relations, journalism, marketing), English (professional writing and rhetoric), Public Policy or a degree in a discipline such as urban affairs, engineering, sociology, geography, economics, political science or public administration is preferred but not required.

Base pay range
$77,488/yr - $134,798/yr
Your actual pay will be based on your skills and experience.

Desired knowledge and skills of candidates include:

- Seeking communication expert with skills and experience adaptable to a variety of tasks including designing impactful communication, advising leadership and teams on communication strategies and tactics, and helping technical staff communicate technical information with internal and external partners.
- Experience working with technical staff and helping translate jargon and complex information into digestible content for public, congressional, and other audiences.
- A passion for public service - including getting information into the hands of those who need it to make a decision (such as homeowners whose home may flood in the event a levee they live behind fails, etc.)
- Skilled communication product writers, editors, and designers are all welcome
- Critical thinker who can help sift through complicated writing and policy to help tell an actionable story
- Experience with social science and understanding of the ways human biases and behavior impact audiences' receptivity to communication and action/inaction is a plus
- Comfort working in an unstructured environment - since the team is new and growing, there is great opportunity to mold and develop it to best meet our goal of improving risk communication within the agency

The workplace environment is very exciting, which includes a team of highly skilled professionals with a passion and camaraderie to accomplish the mission. The workplace is fast pace and highly interactive.

Please send resume and inquires to Noah Vroman, USACE Levee Safety Center. **Please note this is an initial recruitment notice. The official recruitment for these positions will occur on USAJOBS.gov. This notice will be updated with USACEJOBS link that will be used by candidates

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Civil Structural Engineer, Power & Dams

Company:

Stantec

Post Date:

March 29, 2021

Location:

Pasadena, CA

Join a team that has been partnering with our clients for more than 100 years to improve the quality of life around the world. When it comes to hydropower, dams, locks and navigation projects, we design with the next generation in mind. We operate with the strength of a $3B company paired with the agility of a specialized waterpower and dams group, to deliver some of the most iconic and cutting edge projects around the world. This proud legacy has fostered a culture of innovation and safety, leading our team to design the world’s most impactful waterpower and dam projects—projects vital to both local and global communities.

Your Opportunity

Stantec is currently looking to add a Civil/Structural Engineer to support our Pasadena/ California office, Power and Dams practice. The ideal candidate will have a strong background and interest in the field of civil engineering. This position applies advanced knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments and related fields, with specific emphasis in structural engineering related to medium to large concrete/hydraulic structures associated with dams, tunnels and hydroelectric facilities. The candidate must have familiarity with common methods for structural analysis and design of structures using relevant codes and standards. Applicant must be capable of working effectively with multidisciplinary teams and clients and be willing to learn from peers and supervisors. Work products will include field investigations of dams and appurtenances.

Your Key Responsibilities

- Participant on multidisciplinary teams in a virtual team environment as well as in an office environment.
- Perform preliminary and detailed civil /structural analysis and design for concrete, steel, and masonry structures.
- Preparation of studies, design criteria, design reports, plans and specifications, and quality assurance reviews of related designs and construction plans, and support of construction.
- Organize, draft and coordinate production of various reports to ensure technical consistency and inclusion of appropriate documentation.
- Inspect construction for compliance with specifications; review and approve drawings; conduct field inspections; review progress versus schedule.
- Support multi-disciplinary teams on civil and structural engineering projects.
- Evaluate alternatives and resolve technical questions.
- Assist with preparation of budgets and scopes of work.
- Serve as project engineer on projects and work on several projects concurrently.
- Assist in project administration including writing reports, gathering information, drafting proposals, drafting correspondence, and completing progress reports.
- Assist technical staff in field activities including site inspections, shop inspections, monitoring and other fieldwork.
- Work in a manner to ensure your personal safety and that of fellow employees by following company health and safety guideline and policies.

Your Capabilities and Credentials

- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to prepare complete, concise, and organized engineering calculations and analyses.
- Experience with EXCEL and/or MATHCAD programs.
- Will be based out of Los Angeles area, but requires willingness to work in a virtual team across offices and occasional project travel throughout Western US.
- Strong willingness to be a part of a large global engineering company, and to work with teams in other offices around the world.

Education and Experience

- B.S. in Civil Engineering.
- California PE license or ability to obtain within the first year of employment.
- The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills, multitasking ability, and excellent computer skills. - The position also requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, report preparation, and the ability to work with engineering staff at all levels. Some travel may be required.
- 5 years’ experience in the design and implementation of large infrastructure.

Preferred Specifications

- Master’s degree with emphasis in structural engineering
- California PE
- Experience using finite element software such as ANSYS, LS DYNA and SAP2000
- Supervisory skills.
- Previous consultative work experience in structural design for hydraulic structures.

This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.

Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other's talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.

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Senior Geotechnical/Geological Engineer

Company:

RJH Consultants

Post Date:

March 17, 2021

Location:

Denver, Colorado

Requirements:
B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in Civil or Geological Engineering. A geotechnical emphasis is required.
Five to 15 years of progressive experience in geotechnical engineering for dams, levees, and water resources projects.
Proficiency in slope stability, seepage, deformation, and other geotechnical modeling and analyses.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Experience working collaboratively in a team environment.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to lead junior engineers to perform field investigations and geotechnical analyses, and prepare reports.
Ability to lead juniors engineers and develop designs, drawings, and specifications for dams, reservoirs, and heavy civil projects.
Colorado Professional Engineer license or ability to obtain Colorado P.E. within 6 months of hire.

Job Description:
Work will include development and supervision of geotechnical field investigations, geotechnical calculations, civil design for dams and water resource projects, and report preparation. Geotechnical analyses will include static and dynamic stability analyses, steady state and transient seepage analyses, deformation analysis, and evaluation of field and laboratory test data. Other duties include preparation of design drawings and specifications for heavy civil water resources projects, supervision of cost estimating, and construction administration. Willingness to travel on temporary assignments as needed.

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Senior Engineer- Civil

Company:

Hetch Hetchy Water and Power

Post Date:

February 24, 2021

Location:

Moccasin, CA

Salary Range: $158,392.00 - $192,504.00/year

The 5211 Senior Civil Engineer will manage the Hydro power Civil Engineering Department Management Plan & Implementation project. The 5211 Senior Civil Engineer is required to maintain a high degree of technical competency within the hydro power discipline and will manage HHWP’s civil engineering team to execute critical civil engineering tasks. Hetch Hetchy Water & Power (HHWP) is responsible for a diverse set of water and power assets that require civil engineering expertise to maintain and operate. This system nearly spans the width of California, which will require heavy civil engineering knowledge in dams, tunnels, pen stocks, roads, bridges, power transmission towers, and large diameter pipelines. As the Civil Engineering Department Supervisor, the 5211 Senior Civil Engineer is responsible to supervise a team of 5 to 8 civil engineers of varying experience levels, which includes organizing work, performing quality control tasks, writing correspondence to regulators, coordinating with other technical departments, and completing performance reviews.

Under general administrative direction, manages and directs the activities of professional and technical engineering, architecture and/or landscape architecture personnel performing highly technical and administrative functions in connection with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of projects and systems; supervises and/or directs subordinates in the preparation of designs, drawings, specifications and cost estimates for a variety of engineering, architectural and/or landscape architectural design and construction projects and/or construction inspection or personnel engaged in the most difficult and responsible professional engineering, architectural and/or landscape architectural work in the field and office.

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