Garver’s Water Team seeks to add a Project Engineer or Project Manager to our Norman team. We are looking for a client-focused engineer who appreciates our long-standing relationships with communities throughout Oklahoma and can develop solutions for their water needs.
The Garver Water Team prides itself on being innovative and progressive while preserving a rich tradition of quality design. We focus on creating cost-effective designs for long-term operational efficiency while maintaining community and environmental responsibility. Recent recognition for outstanding work includes the 2012 APWA Oklahoma Chapter Environment Project of the Year for the WWTP Biological Nutrient Removal Upgrade and Expansion in Claremore and the 2011 ACEC of Oklahoma Grand Conceptor Award for the Well-Head Arsenic Removal Project in Norman, Oklahoma.
Responsibilities include planning, modeling and design projects such as: distribution systems, including conveyance and network piping, pump stations, storage units and reservoirs; and collection systems, including interceptor, network and outfall piping, pump stations. This position must independently lead, mentor and coordinate design teams consisting of multi-discipline design engineers and CAD technicians with the production of design phase deliverables including reports, technical memoranda, design manuals, plans, sections, details and specifications.
If you like to exceed clients’ expectations, create your own career path, and be recognized for your accomplishments then Garver is right for you. The ideal candidate will hold a Masters of Civil or Environmental Engineering and 5 to 10 years of similar experience.
Bachelors degree in Civil or environmental engineering from an accredited program
5 to 10 years of similar experience
Strong communications skills as required to direct project teams and maintain client relationships
Strong working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint Project and Outlook
Registered as a Professional Engineer
WaterCAD, SewerCAD, Civil3D experience preferred
Masters of Science in Civil or Environmental Engineering