Typical responsibilities may include the following:
- Perform design, modeling, analysis, and permitting for municipal and land development engineering projects.
- Analyze survey reports, maps, drawings, aerial photography, and other topographic or geologic data to plan projects.
- Design water distribution and wastewater collection systems and perform calculations to size those systems.
- Assist in all aspects of stormwater design including hydraulic analyses, drainage control system design, water quality improvement design, and erosion and sedimentation control.
- Understand and apply applicable regulations (FDEP, FDOT, WMDs, USACE, and local governments and utilities), demonstrate compliance with appropriate design criteria, and process applications through permitting agencies.
- Utilize various design software including AutoCAD Civil 3D, ArcGIS, and ICPR4 to assist with the design and preparation of construction plans.
- Prepare cost estimates, reports, and technical memos.
- Take the lead in developing design approaches and concepts on assigned projects and request assistance from available technical staff when needed.
- Coordinate with project managers, clients, subconsultants, regulatory agencies, utilities, and contractors.
Key Attributes for your success in this role are:
- Strong technical knowledge of civil engineering software, with demonstrated experience using AutoCAD Civil 3D, ArcGIS, and hydraulic/hydrologic modeling software (such as ICPR4).
- Experience with detailed site layout and grading; drainage and stormwater management design; utility design; and erosion and sediment control design.
- Good communication (written and verbal), teamwork skills and the flexibility to complete a wide range of tasks including field work.
- Initiative and ability to tackle new projects and other challenges regularly.
- 5-8 years of civil engineering experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering.
- FL Professional Engineer or ability to obtain certification within one year.