McCormick Taylor

Senior Water Resources Engineer/PM

US-MD-Baltimore
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1306
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering - Water Resources

Overview

McCormick Taylor has an immediate opportunity for a Senior Water Resources Engineer with 10+ years of experience in hydrology and hydraulics engineering, stormwater management, and erosion and sediment control design to join our Water Resources group in Baltimore, Maryland.

Responsibilities

This position is an opportunity to work on, manage and supervise complex stormwater management/roadway drainage design projects driven by the current regulatory requirements, water quality regulations, and permits. The engineer will prepare drainage designs and perform surface water modeling (hydrology, 1D / 2D hydraulic modeling, stormwater management including Code 378 embankment design). Also, the engineer will work with our design team, environmental staff and regulatory agencies to support the permitting process for various projects.

 

Water resource projects include floodplain studies, watershed analysis, stormwater master plans, water quality projects, MS4 permitting, TMDL development, water quality monitoring, stormwater BMP analysis, stream restoration, and related services including peer and regulatory review of the same. Role may also include management of personnel, contracts and client relationships.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of BS in Water Resources engineering, civil engineering, or biological systems engineering
  • 10+ years Water Resource Engineering experience
  • MDOT Stormwater design and permitting experience preferred
  • MD PE Registration required
  • Must be proficient in WinTR-55/TR-20, HEC-RAS and Erosion & Sediment Control design
  • Work experience using Storm CAD, AutoCAD and/or Microstation
  • Inroads Storm and Sanitary, SWM modeling, HEC-HMS and/or 2D Modeling experience is a plus
  • GIS, NPDES Phase I and II, General Permit and Program is a plus

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