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CORE is looking for a Civil Project Engineer with land development and water resources experience to join our dynamic team. If you’re passionate about life, we want to help you thrive! CORE fosters a unique culture that empowers our people to thrive at home, at work, and in their community. Our focus on balance has resulted in happy employees, happy clients, and successful communities. In the last year, we’ve been recognized as one of the best places to work by The Denver Post, Zweig Group, and the Denver Business Journal.
Ready to grow in a fun and challenging environment while living your CORE? Check out this great opportunity!
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & SKILLS
Hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and design for various sized land development, stream restoration and transportation projects, including major structure sizing and floodplain analysis.
Stormwater management plans, including the design of best management practices for stormwater during construction, post-construction permanent stormwater quality facilities design, green infrastructure design, and compliance and permitting documentation.
Assist with design of various channel improvements from bank stabilization for erosion protection to full stream analysis and restoration.
Cultivate relationships with clients as well as representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies
Use computer-assisted engineering design software to prepare engineering and design documents as needed. This includes the preparation of plans, profiles, details, quantity tabulations, construction costs, reports, and specifications.
Support construction projects by reviewing submittals, answering RFIs, and conducting field visits to ensure compliance with the contract drawings and specifications.
Assist in business development and preparing schedule, scope, and fee for proposals.
Take ownership and responsibility for projects. This role can vary from water resources Task Lead to Project Manager depending on the size of the project.
Cultivate relationships with clients, both public and private, as well as representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis in water resources. Master’s Degree preferred.
Registered as a Professional Engineer in Colorado
5-7 years of well-rounded water resources experience.
Stream restoration, pond, and watershed planning knowledge and experience.
Project Management, marketing, and business development experience preferred.
Experience in AutoCAD Civil 3D required.
Proficient in MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
Experience with H&H modeling software like CUHP, EPA SWMM, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, HY8, FlowMaster, StormCAD, Storm and Sanitary Analysis, etc.
Knowledge of local, county and state agency submittal process.
Experience with FEMA LOMC process.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to convey engineering information concisely.