Structural Engineer-Water/Wastewater

The Details

Position Type

Work for Water

Position Title
Structural Engineer-Water/Wastewater
Position Description

As part of the Texas Water Design Center for Garver, this Structural Engineer will be responsible for developing structural designs in support of various projects for Garver’s Texas Water Design Center. Diversity in high-volume, custom treatment plant projects will allow this engineer the opportunity to be hands-on with design while working directly with senior level staff in collaborative team environment.

Position Salary

Commensurate with experience


Preferred Education

Bachelor’s degree in civil or structural engineering from an ABET accredited program

Scope of Responsibilities

Day-to-day responsibilities include structural support as required for a variety of water and wastewater projects, but the majority of the expected assignments will be related to developing structural designs for new water and wastewater treatments plants or improvements to existing water and wastewater treatment facilities.

This will consist of developing detailed structural designs for a wide variety of projects, including water and wastewater treatment facilities, pump stations, lift stations, tanks, vaults, and other ancillary structures associated with water and sewer infrastructure projects. Typical designs will include treatment process basins, chemical facilities, administration buildings, retaining walls, and other supporting structures. The structural group will be responsible for the structural design calculations, coordination with other support discipline activities, coordination with regional offices and regulating agencies, construction cost estimating, and quality assurance and control.

Occasional travel may be required, as projects may require field work for site assessment of project locations and support during construction. Due to the collaborative nature of coordination for large infrastructure projects, candidates must have the ability to seek out and resolve issues through close interaction with other project team members. In addition, the candidate shall be able to maintain a positive team attitude and interpersonal effectiveness to foster and maintain an efficient and productive structural team.

Qualifications & Experience

Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam and be registered as an Engineering Intern (EI) or Engineering-In-Training (EIT)

Experience using MS Office products, including Excel, Outlook and Word

Basic understanding of structural design practices for concrete, masonry and structural steel structures

Good communication skills (verbal and written)

Receptive to a learning environment

Application Closing Date

January 30, 2020

Application Instructions

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