GEI’s Madison, Wisconsin office is currently seeking project engineers / project managers with a background in civil, structural, geotechnical, geological, or water resources engineering.
This individual will assist with ongoing field and engineering design efforts related to dams and hydropower facilities, levees, stormwater management, landfills, foundations and earth retention systems.
Essential Responsibilities & Duties
• Conduct planning, permitting, engineering analysis and design studies for dams, levees, stormwater management, landfills, foundations, and earth retention systems.
• Provide technical review and direct project activities of staff-level engineers and scientists.
• Manage and direct subcontractors during completion of site investigations and site assessments including soil borings, field testing and in-situ geotechnical testing.
• Evaluate and analyze collected data and prepare technical reports, letters and memoranda.
• Develop construction drawings, technical specifications, bid documents and project schedules.
• Perform construction engineering oversight.
• Participate in dam safety inspections.
• Prepare proposals, develop project scope, budgets and schedules, and project management.
• Participate in business development activities and contribute to office growth.
• B.S. or M.S (preferred) in Civil, Structural, Geotechnical or Geological Engineering, Water Resources, or related field.
• Professional Registration (P.E.) in Wisconsin or ability to obtain within 1 year.
• 8+ years of previous professional experience in civil, structural, geotechnical, and/or water resources engineering in an AE Consulting environment.
• Ability to work in a team environment and experience supervising, supporting and directing staff.
• Knowledge and experience with project management concepts and software.
• Proficient with MS Office, AutoCAD, and Civil 3D.
• Possess a valid driver’s license.
• Ability to travel on temporary work assignments. 25% or more travel is possible.
• Willingness and ability to perform field tasks and oversight and work in inclement conditions.