Jobs: WSDOT Hydraulics engineer

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering Lead (TE4 In-Training)

Opening Date: 12/19/2018
Closing Date: Open until filled

WSDOT is in search of a Hydraulics and Environmental Engineer in our Shoreline, WA office.

This position prepares and assists in the reviews of hydraulic studies that include hydrologic and hydraulic engineering calculations for stormwater and drainage analysis, hydraulic basis of design, conceptual drainage designs, conveyance, stormwater BMPs, LID, highway drainage, storm drains, open channel flow, culvert design, and hydrology and drainage plans. As a Hydraulics and Environmental Engineer, you will have expertise in the field of hydraulics and environmental engineering techniques for fish passage, streambank stabilization, geometric stormwater designs, and other exciting projects.

We are looking for an engineer that is as comfortable in the office as they are in the field and someone who is team oriented and an excellent communicator to be able to coach others and document findings in writing. This is a great fit for a motivated individual with a desire to work with dynamic systems, environmental stewardship, and have a positive impact on transportation solutions for the people of Washington State.

Entry-level candidates are eligible for an in-training position that offers a career path and ample on the-job training. This position allows you to progress through the Transportation Engineering series with the goal of becoming a Transportation Engineer 4. Candidates will be considered for a Transportation Engineer 2-4 depending upon their qualifications and the hiring manager's discretion.

View the entire posting and apply, HERE: Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering Lead In-Training



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