Grad Engineer A/B or Engineer A/B/C (Water Transportation Engineer)

Austin, TX


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Job Description:

  • Utility Coordination with Transportation Related Projects – Water and wastewater infrastructure utility coordination, utility conflict resolution, Long Range Planning capacity analysis, cost estimating
  • Water Infrastructure System Planning – Hydraulic modeling, alternative analysis, troubleshooting, planning, prioritization of infrastructure projects
  • GIS Analysis – Use GIS for system analysis, utility coordination, and mapping. Integrate AW databases with hydraulic models and transportation project mapping to prepare and maintain planning databases
  • Long Range Plan – Perform Planning Analysis and prepare planning documents for future infrastructure.
  • Assisting with Hydraulic Model Updates for Water and Wastewater Modeling teams

Minimum Qualifications:


Engineer A:

Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus four (4) years of engineering experience acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

Licenses and Certifications Required:

Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment.


Engineer B:

Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to engineering, plus six (6) years of experience in engineering acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

Licenses and Certifications Required:

Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment.


Engineer C:

Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus eight (8) years of engineering experience acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

Licenses and Certifications Required:

Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Environmental, or Water Resources Engineering.
  • Experience related to Utility Coordination and Planning.
  • Experience or understanding of Utility Criteria Manual or other design standards.
  • Experience with hydraulic analysis in Water Distribution System analysis and modeling.
  • Experience with Water Distribution System Planning and Analysis.
  • Strong understanding and comprehension of fluid hydraulics, pumping, open channel flow and treatment processes as they relate to wastewater system analysis.
  • Strong technical writing, presentation, and communication skills.
  • Experience with GIS.
  • Experience analyzing and managing complex data sets.
  • Ability to travel to more than one work location.


Pay Range:

  • Graduate Engineer A: $29.83 to $38.78 per hour
  • Graduate Engineer B: $31.62 to $41.11 per hour
  • Engineer A: $33.52 to $43.58 per hour
  • Engineer B: $35.53 to $46.19 per hour
  • Engineer C: $37.30 to $49.43 per hour

Hours:

Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM, with some flexibility.

(some hybrid options available)

Location:

Waller Creek Center: 625 E. 10th Street

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