What’s the Opportunity?
Anchor QEA is seeking a full-time mid-level engineer in our Baltimore, Maryland office to support our local and regional teams with a mix of geotechnical, civil, coastal, and environmental engineering design. The applicant will have 6+ years of experience involving engineering design including site investigation, construction drawings and specifications, cost estimating, project and task management, and construction oversight. Experience with waterfront projects including dredging, capping, stream restoration, confined disposal facilities, beneficial reuse, beach nourishment, wetland construction, coastal design or other aspects of work within streams, rivers, lakes, or coastal regions is preferred. Knowledge of local regulatory requirements is desired. Experience with using CAD or GIS for site planning, design, calculations, and oversight is preferred. This job does offer relocation funds.
· Overseeing and/or preparing design plans and specifications for dredging and coastal projects
· Overseeing and/or developing engineer’s cost estimates and construction schedules for designs
· Developing and reviewing technical project work
· Writing to support the preparation of sampling and analysis plans, remedial investigation and feasibility study reports, and design documents, including technical specifications
· Assisting with proposals
· Tracking project budgets and progress
· Developing construction planning documents and providing construction observations and management support (potential for local and regional travel up to 20-30% of the time)
· Mentoring junior staff on engineering principles
What Are We Looking For?
Ideal candidates will have the following:
· M.S. degree in civil or coastal engineering is preferred
· 6+ years of experience
· P.E. licensure in the State of Maryland is desired, but consideration will be given to individuals on track to become licensed in 1-2 years.
· Experience with in-water and upland remediation sites, including the planning and implementation of sampling, data analysis, feasibility studies, and remedial design. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in contaminated sediments, including capping and dredging remediation projects.
· Experience with CERCLA and RCRA regulations and application to various stages of a remediation project
· Strong understanding of the application of engineering principles to engineering design, including cost estimating, development of plans and specifications, development of bid packages, development of dredge plans, and overseeing design implementation in the field (i.e., construction management)
· Experience with mentoring and training junior staff on engineering principles
· Proficiency in MS Office (MS Project a plus)
· AutoCAD Civil 3D experience a plus
· Critical thinking and strong problem-solving skills
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· 40-hour HAZWOPER certification, or willingness to be trained
· Transport Worker Identification Card (TWIC) certification, or the ability to receive within 1 year
What Can You Expect?
A collegial work environment; a competitive salary, bonus program, and excellent benefits, including health insurance (medical, dental, vision, and long-term disability); a generous retirement plan match; and vacation/sick leave.
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