Senior Engineer

Wood Rodgers is looking for a Senior Engineer / Project Manager in our Reno Transportation department. Wood Rodgers, having been in Reno for 20 years, is a well-established local engineering firm with a long history of delivering exciting and complex public infrastructure projects.  With our continued success, our team is excited to offer this opportunity for a Senior Engineer / Project Manager.

As a Senior Engineer, you will perform work in the planning and design of transportation and public works projects that may include highways, freeways, interchanges, streets, airports, public utility infrastructure, and public-use facilities. As a Senior Engineer, you’ll be responsible for the design and execution of our client’s projects with the support of our talented staff. In addition to project and client management, our Senior Engineer’s aid in the mentorship and development of our staff.

What you will be doing:

  • Provide design and project management services with a focus on public sector clients.
  • Prepare design calculations, reports, and technical documentation in a clear, concise, and visual manner.
  • Communicate with our clients and agency staff in a manner that supports Wood Rodgers’ standard of care and exceptional service.
  • Interface with the public through workshops, presentations, technical and stakeholder meetings.
  • Understand common public sector requirements, federal guidance, and agency policies.
  • Collaborate with our project team to lead, mentor, and execute our projects including maintaining project budgets, scheduling day-to-day tasks, and meet project deadlines.
  • Be a positive influence on our exceptional office and company culture.

The Ante:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited institution. 
  • Nevada Professional Engineering (PE) License, or ability to obtain within the first (6) months of employment. California and Nevada PE, preferred.
  • 10+ years of experience performing the essential duties listed above. 
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office, AutoCAD Civil 3D, MicroStation, and other design software
  • Proficiency in the application of the agency design standards, both local and federal.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential for this role. You should be able to effectively collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, present technical information to clients and stakeholders, and build strong professional relationships.

Things we’d like to see:

  • Construction and field experience in the areas of highway, roadway, or airport projects.
  • Experience in preparation and development of specifications.
  • Previous project management experience in transportation or public work type projects.

We offer competitive compensation packages, a comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for professional development and growth.

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It is our expectation that the salary will be somewhere in the middle of this range.

This range has not been adjusted for any specific geographic differential and can fluctuate above or below the posted range. If there is an offer, the salary presented will consider several factors including, but not limited to, a candidate’s experience, education, skills, licensure and certifications, and training. Base pay is just one piece of the compensation package offered by Wood Rodgers.

Pay Range
$127,300$150,000 USD

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