Associate Civil Engineer

Description of Responsibilities

bulletReports to the president or principal engineer
bulletManages projects, people and data collection
bulletResponsible for the successful completion of assigned project workload

Project responsibilities include:

bulletAnalyzing scope of work, proposing new work, controlling job costs to stay within budget, doing client billing, and maintaining client contact
bulletClient billing and job costs must be maintained to stay within expectations established in the clients budgeted contract proposal
bulletCoordinate project activities with the clients representatives, visit project sites as require, (some out of state travel may be required)
bulletResponsible for project team (engineers, surveyors, consultants, and technicians)
bulletMaintain and schedule all field and office activities of project personnel to deliver work on time to client
bulletDesign and draft plans, prepare specifications and cost estimates
bulletRepresent or assist client in obtaining permits or public approvals

Qualifications

bulletBachelors Degree in Civil Engineering
bulletA minimum of four years of post graduate civil engineering experience
bulletRegistered civil engineer in the State of California (or qualified to immediately obtain registration)
bulletSkilled in the use of computer technology including MS Office Professional, AutoCAD, Softdesk, Windows NT, and many engineering programs
bulletSkilled at managing projects to assure quality in the delivered product, stay on schedule and within the project budget
bulletAbility to manage client and staff relationships to maintain activity and not promise work too soon
bulletPossess very good communication skills, both verbally and written
bulletAbility to work independently as well as in a team environment with clients, sub-consultants, public agencies, commercial vendors and staff
bulletDemonstrable competent technical and design skills in areas of desired experience.

Requisite Experience

Desired experience in water, reclaimed water, and sewer systems design, road/street design, utility design, grading, drainage (hydrology and hydraulics), storm drain facilities, and pump stations. Land subdivision engineering design and golf course engineering design a plus.

Regular Duties

Weekly
Status reports to president or principal and the client.

Monthly
Client Progress billing and project reports.

Occasional Duties
Work additional hours as may be required to keep projects on schedule and under budget
Trouble shoot specific problems and changes to the projected workload

Compensation Range: $55,000/yr - $80,000/yr Salary