Stantec is currently looking for a Civil Engineer - Entry level to Intermediate level (depending upon experience) to support our Denver, CO office.
The engineer in this role is responsible to perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and design, prepare hydrologic, hydraulic and sediment transport models, analyze model results, and prepare materials to present results to clients. This individual will assist in the development of scope of work for hydrologic and hydraulic assignments, specifically task related to storm water management and system analysis of rivers and watersheds. The preferred candidate will have demonstrated experience, training and skills in advanced hydrologic/hydraulic/sediment transport modeling and hydraulic design.
The primary responsibilities for this role will include:
• Providing state-of-the-art hydrologic/ hydraulic model and designs in our projects
• Contributing towards developing and managing hydrology investigation programs, review of, or preparation of hydrological baseline reports, conveyance, storage, and erosion structures design, preparation of hydrological/hydraulic models and design reports and plans and specifications
• Organizing, drafting and coordinating production of assigned sections of various reports to ensure technical consistency and inclusion of appropriate documentation
• Coordinating with clients, regulatory agencies, and subcontractors. Performing project administration including writing reports, gathering information, drafting proposals, drafting correspondence, tracking project costs, and completing progress reports to ensure quality and profitability
• MS in civil engineering with an emphasis in surface water/hydraulics/hydrology
• Any equivalent combination of education (i.e. MS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Hydraulics and Hydrology)
• EIT required with the ability to achieve PE within 2-3 years or less from hire date
• 2-5 years of professional experience in hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and design, sediment transport (or related surface water engineering); and experience which provides the required knowledge, skill and ability to perform the work with a minimum or 0-2 years of engineering experience.
• Industry hydrologic/hydraulic modeling experience required (HEC Models) including experience in steady state and unsteady analyses and sediment transport
• Hands-on advance modeling strongly preferred (i.e CFD applied to Hydraulic Engineering and 2D Modeling)
• Demonstrated strong organizational skills, multitasking ability, and excellent computer skills (programming languages, numerical analysis, and CAD and GIS applications, and office productivity software)
• Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills, report preparation
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