1907 17th Street SE
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$70,000 and above
Minot, ND, USA 58701
Senior Water Resource Engineer is a role that manages hydrologic and hydraulic water projects. This team member actively contributes to the research, design, and planning of storm water facilities, watersheds, and storm water management.
SENIOR WATER RESOURCE ENGINEER
Develop client relationships in support of business development to secure new project opportunities.
Consult with clients to plan and develop strategies for their water resource needs.
Manage project scope, schedule, team resources, and budgets.
Manage client and contractor contracts.
WHY YOU'D LOVE THIS JOB
You enjoy a position that allows you flexibility to design and build solutions for clients that not only make a difference but have an impact with the community.
You can engage team members in unique projects and mentor them in their professional development.
You like the responsibility that comes from working with a team of business professionals in a fast-paced environment.
You are driven by integrity, quality, and industry-leading strategies.
You seek opportunities that achieve bottom line results for both clients and the company.
You value a fun working environment that helps you succeed.
WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE
You advocate proactively for the Engineering field within the specialty of water resources, and enjoy sharing knowledge, giving presentations, and encouraging students to explore it as a career.
You have a bachelor's degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering with North Dakota PE registration (or the ability to obtain registration).
You are building on 8 or more years of successful design and consulting experience within the water resources specialty.
You have successfully worked in teams and have outstanding listening, communication, & leadership skills.
You have strong technical skills and experience using HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, XPSWMM, or other hydrologic and hydraulic modeling resources
You regularly evaluate designs for water detention systems, storm drains, flood control facilities, or other hydraulic driven water conveyances systems.
You assist in the development or implementation of storm water monitoring.
You oversee and develop watershed master plans and flood mitigation studies.
You analyze storm water or floodplain drainage systems to control erosion, stabilize river banks, and repair stream channels.
You prepare environmental documentation for water resources and regulatory program compliance.
You interface with various entities ranging from FEMA and USACE to local government.
You design programs and strategies related to water resource issues such as quality, quantity, and regulatory compliance issues for client review and approval
You perform pre-design services, such as feasibility, preliminary engineering reports or environmental impact studies and assessments.
You live the Ackerman-Estvold values (Family, Fun, Community, Quality, Forward-Thinking, Integrity, and Clients) in a way that adds to our culture and organizational "mojo."
A BIT MORE INFORMATION
Must love Fun Shirt Fridays, Potlucks, Birthday Celebrations, Company Organized Events, and Community Involvement.
Must love flexible working hours and free coffee.
This position is located in our Minot office; however occasional travel to other locations and business conferences may need to be penciled in.
If you feel you meet these qualifications, work well in a fast-paced team environment, are a self-motivated team leader, and actually get your kicks from a good ol' rain storm, apply today.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.