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Our Water Resources division provides critical solutions to water resource needs such as clean water solutions, flood control, and other environmental planning that improves the quality of life for millions of people each day. We bring new ways of solving old problems. We are inventors, we ask ‘why not?’ and we challenge convention. Sound like you? Read on:

Under direction, as an Assistant Engineer in our Water Resources division, you will perform difficult and complex water resources engineering tasks and work with a small group of engineers and/or technical support staff.  Depending on your background and experience, you may serve as a project engineer or project manager on a single major, or several minor, engineering project(s).  This particular position will be responsible for executing a number of Water Resources Projects in the Sacramento Region. 

What you will be doing

  • Performing the technical analysis of the project(s) assigned.  Making sound decisions on technical problems and methods related to the work based on established engineering principles, guidelines, and supervisory guidance.
  • Serving as a project manager; assisting in preparing scope, schedule, and budget estimates for the project;  preparing feasibility study reports.
  • Monitoring project progress status, compliance with the project scope and communicating with team members and client representatives. 
  • Reviewing proposed changes for impact on the project design, budget or schedule.
  • Preparing reports and presentations that provide technical data in a concise and comprehensible manner. 
  • Completing documentation of projects accurately and timely.

The Ante

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
  • 3+ years of experience performing related engineering work; or, equivalent education and experience
  • An EIT certificate and progress towards a Professional Registration is desired, but not required. 

Things you should know or have

  • Solid technical skills; able to critically analyze and apply engineering principals to solve issues.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Capability to use industry software tools to complete job duties, including Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, GIS, and various hydraulic/hydrologic modeling programs.

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