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Group: Utility Infrastructure
Position: Project Engineer
Location: Indianapolis, IN (Open to Fort Wayne and Merillville)
The Project Engineer position includes design, analysis, and construction document preparation for a variety of water, wastewater and stormwater projects including, but not limited to: water distribution, pumping stations, finished water storage, wastewater collection, lift stations, water and wastewater treatment, stormwater management, green infrastructure, and utility relocation projects. Tasks include master planning, preparation of design drawings, specifications, calculations, permitting, construction administration and technical writing. Other responsibilities may include presentations and client communication. Project Engineers work under the direction and mentoring of Project Managers and Technical Directors.
Education: Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering or related field
Certification: Indiana Professional Engineering license, or ability to obtain within six months after employment
Travel: Occasional day trips to project sites and client meetings
Field Work: Occasional site assessment, field measurements, construction observation