- Provide project management on select hydraulic projects and/or task level management for complex roadway design projects that involve surface drainage.
- Perform various tasks from developing hydrologic and hydraulic models, to preparing plans, specifications and estimates, data collection, and field work.
- Perform roadway drainage design and calculations and related hydrologic design in support of transportation projects.
- Work with design team, environmental staff and regulatory agencies to support the permitting process for various projects.
- Prepare hydrological and hydraulic calculations and modeling, assist with preparing technical reports, and design drawings.
- Conduct field work and field data collection, documentation, and data evaluation.
- Prepare drainage designs and perform hydraulic and surface water modeling/ storm water management analyses considering control of water quality.
- Use knowledge of regulatory requirements to delivery technically appropriate work necessary to successfully complete project.
- Broad knowledge of all elements of the design of highway transportation facilities, including roadway elements, hydrology and hydraulics, structures, and traffic related items.
- Provide technical assistance to designers related to hydraulic engineering design and detailing.
- Conform in all respects with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, ordinances and other orders and to all company policies, procedures and directives from supervisors.
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as required or requested by management.
Machines, Tools and Equipment:
- Operate standard office equipment (i.e., personal computer, facsimile, copy machine, etc.)
Education, Training, Experience and Licensing/Certification Requirements:
- 4-year Degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering or a closely related field.
- Six years of experience in hydrology/hydraulic design preferred.
- Familiarity with SCDOT’s Requirements for Hydraulic Design Studies and SCDOT design standards and requirements.
- Desirable to have familiarity with NCDOT’s Guidelines for Drainage Studies and Hydraulic Design and NCDOT standards and requirements.
- Professional Engineer (PE) certification, or the ability to achieve within six months of employment, is required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Must be proficient in Microstation and Geopak Drainage.
- Must be proficient in HEC-RAS one-dimensional modeling.
- Desirable to be proficient in two-dimensional modeling.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to effectively communicate technical information to clients, regulators, and colleagues.
- Must be highly detail oriented and possess excellent organizational skills.
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks and deadlines as assigned.
- Must be able to work independently and manage time wisely.
- Talk, hear, use hands and fingers to handle or feel, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach.
- Ability to lift/push/pull up to 15 pounds occasionally.
- Work in indoor office environment 90% of the time.
- Moderate noise level.
- Travel via automobile on occasion as needed.