McCormick Taylor

  • Water Resources Designer/Engineer

    Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh
    Posted Date 1 week ago(11/8/2018 3:58 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1408
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering - Water Resources
  • Overview

    McCormick Taylor's Raleigh, NC office is seeking a certified EIT or PE with a BS in Civil Engineering and 5+ years' experience with an emphasis on water resources.  This position is an excellent opportunity in a growing office to play and integral part in growth and development in the market.

    Responsibilities

    • Hydrologic and Hydraulic modeling using WinTR-55/TR-20, HEC-RAS, Inroads Storm and Sanitary
    • Collection and analysis of field data, as-built plans and engineering reports to establish existing conditions and identify critical areas for design criteria
    • Design of stormwater management systems for water quality and quantity control
    • Preparation of drainage, soil erosion and sediment control, utility relocation, right-of-way, staging and construction plans, specifications and engineering estimates for water resources and transportation projects
    • Development of topographic and base mapping using GIS and MicroStation
    • Occasional construction oversight of water resources improvement projects

    Qualifications

    • The successful candidate must have a strong understanding of Hydrologic and Hydraulic principles and practices
    • The candidate must have hands-on experience using MicroStation and GeoPak
    • Familiarity with NCDOT projects preferred; VDOT or SC a huge plus
    • In addition, the candidate will be expected to be proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel and Power Point at a minimum

         Education Required:

    • The successful candidate must possess a BS degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis on Water Resources
    • An Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification is required

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