Civil Design Engineer - United States
Overview / Responsibilities Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure is seeking a Civil Design Engineer to join Chantillys growing Civil, Water Resources and Solid Waste / Industrial Engineering Group. Candidate would primarily support the design, permitting, bid, and construction of various civil and solid waste facilities including solid waste landfills, pond closures, and decommissioning of dams with an additional focus on geotechnical engineering. The candidate would also provide support for various other civil, environmental and water resources projects.Key ResponsibilitiesWork with an experienced multidisciplinary group of civil, environmental and water resources engineers in the execution of diverse design projectsDevelop conceptual and final design documents including reports, calculations and drawing setsPrepare permit applications and interface with regulatory agenciesPrepare and QA / QC construction documents, technical specifications and cost estimatesInteract with clientsWork collaboratively in a team environment to facilitate successful project executionOversee technicians where necessarySome travel / field work may be required (typically local) Skills / Qualifications BS and / or MS in Civil Engineering / Geotechnical required; Solid waste engineering experience is a plusStrong written and verbal communication skills required0-2 years of civil design, geotechnical and / or stormwater management related experience preferredEngineering-in-Training certification preferredIndustrial landfill design is a plus Proficiency using AutoCAD, Civil 3D preferredExperience with HELP, GIS, HEC-RAS and HydroCAD is a plusIndustrial and Municipal government design experience is a plusExperience with coal combustion residuals is a plusFamiliarity with landfill regulations and design is a plus Diversity Statement We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.