Engineering Project Specialist

Company Name:
Your Opportunity:
Our Water sector, which brings together many of the world's top engineers and scientists, sees water a bit differently--as a single holistic system rather than as unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. We use this perspective to help communities tap into water's potential. Throughout the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team optimizes every facet of a water system. Whether a project calls for planners, designers, construction managers, or facility operators, we have the right experts to provide creative, yet practical, water solutions. Through our cost-effective strategies, we're helping communities increase their water efficiency and protect their water resources for future generations. Join our team as we create new ways to tap into water's vast potential.
Your Duties:
Check engineering package for completeness
Establish contact with LOMR (letter of map revision) Contractor as required to complete work
Meet schedule requirements
Complete reviews
Prepare Review Comments
Prepare response through MIP
Respond to engineering quality control (QC) comments
Attend all meetings concerning the LOMR
Your Capabilities and Credentials:
The candidate must have these basic qualifications/ requirements:
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Civil, Environmental, or Biological Resource Engineering
E.I.T. (Engineer-In-Training) designation or capability to obtain E.I.T.
Experience with hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H;) models
Preferred Qualifications:
Master of Science degree in Civil, Environmental, or Biological Resource Engineering
Professional Engineer (P.E.) registration
Minimum of one (1) year FEMA modeling experience
H&H; Modeling experience
Job ID: 2014-18249
# of Openings Remaining: 2
Location: US-MD-Laurel
Experience (Years): 0
Posted Date: 2/19/2014
Discipline: Environmental Services

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