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Jacobs is looking for an entry level water engineer. This engineer will work with a municipal client overseeing studies, designs, and construction for wastewater, stormwater, water supply, drainage, and conveyance projects. The role will involve working with multi-disciplinary teams through the planning, design, and implementation phases of projects completed for the municipal client. Our ideal candidate would bring a positive attitude, excellent oral and written communication and analytical skills, and a willingness to contribute to our existing team. This individual will also assist with delivering projects and serving and developing clients. Candidates should be self-motivated, detailed oriented, quality driven, and team-focused. Our Water Engineers:
- Work on wastewater and stormwater conveyance and water distribution system evaluations including alternatives evaluations, optimization, cost analysis, preliminary/detailed design, permitting, construction engineering services, and/or facilities startup
- Work under the supervision of senior level engineers
- Prepare engineering conceptual designs, reports, studies, calculations, planning, and modeling
- Perform routine assignments which are clearly defined and require the application of standard design engineering techniques, procedures and criteria
- Independently evaluate the selection and/or modification of standard techniques, procedures, criteria and systems to efficiently meet project goals
- Must be able to understand, edit and coordinate project planning reports, design specifications and drawings
- Possess an outgoing and positive attitude, dependable and capable of meeting assigned project deadlines
- Have strong communication skills specifically related to writing and presentations
- Make site visits and conduct site audits
- Perform field work to assess existing sewer, water and storm sewer systems, which may include subcontractor observation
- Bachelors degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering or a related engineering discipline required.
- 0 years experience working with municipal clients in engineering roles
- Engineer in Training (EIT) certification or ability to obtain within 12 months required.
- Adept at interpersonal relationship building, conflict resolution, and participating in diverse teams
- Experience with ArcGIS and graphics/CAD software
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