Water/Wastewater Mechanical Engineer
Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP (WRA) is a full-service, multi-disciplinary engineering, architectural, and planning firm that provides planning, design, and construction management services. With a professional staff of over 600, the firm's services are focused on the needs of governmental, educational, institutional, and private sector clients primarily in the Mid-Atlantic region. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland with offices in Colorado, Delaware, Maine, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia, WRA is ranked 118 in the Top 500 Design Firms, and 158 of the Top 300 Architectural Firms by Engineering News Record. WRA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and complies with all applicable anti-discrimination laws. Job DescriptionWe are currently seeking a Water/Wastewater Engineer with 8 -15 years of progressive experience in water and wastewater system planning, design and construction, including water and wastewater facilities, water transmission systems, water storage tanks, pumping stations, force mains, and the evaluation, design and rehabilitation of sanitary sewer systems. Construction phase experience is desired. ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate is expected to be able to independently work on technical tasks with minimum supervision, lead and coordinate technical tasks and, when appropriate, serve as the project design lead. The successful candidate is also expected to support the preparation of technical proposals in particular the development of technical approaches. Successful candidate should demonstrate excellent oral and written communications skills, as well as presentation skills, and the ability to mentor and train younger engineering staff. Responsibilities will include: Manage, plan, and provide design oversight of water/wastewater projects. Prepare and monitor project budgets, successfully manage and deliver projects on time and on budget, while meeting quality requirements. Responsible for control of work-in-progress and ensure accurate client billings on projects. Participate in construction phase, including pre-bid conferences, interpretations and post-bid evaluations and contract preparation. Participate in pre-project presentations and interviews. Lead project planning efforts from procurement and negotiation through execution and closeout, while continuing to monitor project status and control execution to achieve project goals. Requirements:Applicants must possess the following: BS in Civil, Environmental or Mechanical Engineering PE, registered in the State of Maryland, or ability to become registered through comity from another state within 6 months.