EnDyna, a woman owned small business based in McLean, Virginia, is currently looking for a MID-LEVEL ENGINEER (Stormwater) – EIT with US Federal Government experience. We are looking for staff to bid on a soon to be released RFP that focuses on supporting a Federal client in the Washington DC Metro area. The focus of the support will be in environmental management and include compliance, permitting, and sustainability.
- Supports compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations at the federal, state, and local levels dealing with stormwater management, municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) permit, sustainable infrastructure and low impact development, best management practices, the DOD Chesapeake Bay Program, and pollutant reductions for total maximum daily loadings (TMDL).
- Meets with regulators and operations staff to assist in keeping government compliant.
- Prepares reports, presentations, databases, permit applications, permit compliance documentation, design review comments, and all associated regulatory documentation.
- Performs internal compliance assessments and auditing.
- Must possess civil engineering bachelor’s degree.
- Must possess active Engineer in Training (EIT) certification.
- Minimum 4 years of relevant experience.
- Experience working in the Washington, DC area supporting environmental, energy, and sustainability programs with the Federal government context, preferably with DoD.
Security Clearance/Background Check Requirements:
- Must be clearable US Citizen.
- Current SECRET and/or CAC-holder, a plus.
Salary and Benefits – competitive and commensurate with education and experience, include paid leave, 401K, and health insurance.
Interested candidates should apply by sending their: (1) cover letter, which provides a narrative on specific experience and qualifications directly relevant to the requirements above, (2) resume, (3) salary requirements and (4) availability.
Job Type: Full-time
- relevant: 4 years (Required)
- Do you have a civil engineering BS and US Citizenship?