Pape-Dawson Engineers

Senior Project Engineer - Water Resources- Hydrology/Hydraulics

US-TX-Austin
4 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1590
# Positions
1
Experience (Years)
12
Category
Engineering - Hydrology

Overview

This position provides hydrologic and hydraulic modeling support for the design of public and private facilities.

Responsibilities

  • Perform watershed hydrologic analyses for planning, outfall master planning, flood control conveyance and detention facility design
  • Perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses using ArcGIS and other proprietary software for modeling
  • Prepare proposals, scopes of work and contract cost estimates as needed
  • Prepare LOMR and CLOMR FEMA applications
  • Prepare drainage report documents with tables and exhibits for submission to review agencies and address comments

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from an ABET accredited college or university
  • 12 years' experience in a similar role within Water Resources
  • Professional Engineer (P.E.) license or ability to sit for P.E. in Texas within six (6) months
  • Proficient with HEC-RAS steady, unsteady state modeling and HEC-HMS
  • Proficient with ARC-MAP and Civil 3D
  • Microstation and Geopak experience a plus
  • SWMM modeling experience a plus
  • Experience with the FEMA, CLOMR/LOMR submittal
  • Experience with developing master drainage plans for land development projects
  • Experience with DOT drainage studies
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written, with all level of employees within an organization
  • Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with clients, both public and private, as well as representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team as well as independently
  • Must be able to work Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm with occasional overtime as needed
  • Must be dependable and reliable

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