Civil Engineering EIT
Are you an emerging designer of complex site plans, drainage systems, storm water/wastewater collection, or large industrial projects?
Do you enjoy the challenge of consulting with and providing award-winning solutions for clients around the world?
Do you value collaborating with an in-house, multi-disciplinary team on a wide variety of project types?
Gresham, Smith and Partners has expansive growth opportunities for the right individual!
Perform elementary engineering assignments and work from designs of others. Support senior engineers by performing specific and limited portions of their more broad assignments.
Produce conceptual plans and specifications for design projects involved in site layout, grading and drainage systems, storm water management, paving and utility design. Assist in the preparation of improvement plans, specifications, supporting documents and permit applications for subdivisions, commercial developments, multi-family developments and public works projects.
Perform design calculations, sketches, technical comparisons and similar technical work.
Assist in the design and production of engineering drawings and specifications for delivery of projects.
Check, interpret and revise engineering drawings. Plan and conduct code research. Research design options and document findings. Coordinate with other disciplines.
Utilize Building Information Modeling (BIM) software for Civil Engineering to produce project designs and construction documents.
Utilize hydrology modeling software to perform detailed hydrologic and hydraulic stormwater analyses.
B.S. or M.S. in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering required
Prefer a minimum of two years’ experience with land/site planning and design of water services and large industrial projects
Knowledge of basic AutoCAD and/or AutoCAD Civil 3D techniques and principles is required. Knowledge of Microstation, Geopak, Land Desktop, or other CADD software a plus.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel.
Must be registered as an Engineer In Training.
Must be eligible for professional licensure, P.E.