Summary: GAI Consultants is seeking a Civil Engineer to work out of one of our Western PA offices within our Energy Business Unit’s Civil Engineering Group. The successful candidate will direct and oversee the Civil Engineering Design and Permitting activities being completed on various Utility Infrastructure Projects for our clients in the Energy Industry. The candidate will also have the opportunity to serve as a Team Leader and supervise and mentor Junior Staff Engineers. As a Civil Engineering Task Manager, you will have the opportunity to participate in marketing and business development opportunities and attending tradeshows and conferences. The successful candidate should enjoy working in a challenging, fast-paced, and team oriented environment.
Essential Duties andResponsibilities:
- Responsibilities include providing design, management, and technical direction and oversight associated with civil components on infrastructure design projects completed in GAI's Energy Business Unit.
- Deliverables typically include the preparation of associated permit applications (earth disturbance permits, land development plans, etc), Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plans, Stormwater Management Plans, grading plans, design of temporary and permanent Best Management Practices (channels, culverts, infiltration, detention, and/or retention structures), design of temporary and permanent access roads, and the development of construction plans.
- The candidate will be responsible for maintaining budget, schedule, and quality of Tasks and being up to speed on regulation changes and agency protocols and requirements.
- Domestic travel may be required.
Qualifications 1) Bachelors (B.S.) degree from an accredited college in Civil and Environmental Engineering (M.S. degree a plus).
2) Minimum of five years of civil engineering experience.
3) Professional Engineering license and NCEES registration a plus (or have the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire).
4) Knowledge of regulations associated with the various township, county, state, and federal authorities.
5) Strong verbal and written communication skills.