In this role, you will be responsible for leverage experience in pipeline and facility design engineering and construction, knowledge of typical industry regulatory practices, including the natural resource permitting requirements to evaluate proposed projects and project alternatives.
In this role, you will create and enforce project specific standards, augment and enhance our solutions, benchmark individual and application performance metrics as well as estimate level of effort for initiatives.
In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining the overall construction schedule and completion dates of the project, providing input during the scheduling exercises prior to and throughout the project.
This individual will design water and wastewater treatment infrastructure projects for Central Texas Government Entities; responsibilities will include designing projects, independently creating layouts, completing detailed designs, plans, specifications and estimates for pipelines, pump stations, treatment plants, tanks and other water and wastewater storage and conveyance systems.
In this role, the selected candidate will lead the team throughout the project life cycle starting with estimation, contract and change order creation to governance and scope management to status reporting, performance management and Quality Assurance (QA).
The MBA Leadership Development Program provides intensive field-based training in communication, leadership, finance, sales and operations, enabling the associate to apply these skills in critical roles throughout the company as they begin a career with CORT.
The individual will design plans and specifications, calculate and prepare engineering documents for respective engineering disciplines, performing hydraulic analysis calculations and developing hydraulic profiles, and coordinating with CADD technicians for construction plan production.
The Software Developer will be part of an agile team, employing state of the art technology, in an exciting and fast paced environment; with emphasis placed on productivity, with a minimum of bureaucracy and management overhead.