What You Will Be Doing
-Perform design tasks and prepare calculations on land development and utility projects from conceptual and preliminary engineering to final design.
-Responsible for coordination with other design disciplines, including structures, hydraulics/drainage, storm water, traffic, electrical, utilities, right of way.
-Ensure that production of specifications, reports and analyses meet scope, schedule, cost and quality requirements.
-Prepare Drainage Studies including but not limited to hydrologic calculations, hydraulics, inlet sizing, street capacity calculations, detention basin routing, and
open channel calculations (HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS).
-Prepare Technical Storm Water Reports such as SWQMPs and HMP reports complying with local San Diego co-permitee requirements.
-Coordinate report preparation for a variety of projects with the project managers, with a focus on drainage design, storm water management, water quality
modeling, hydromodification modeling, low impact development (LID) design, and Green Streets applications as necessary for regulatory compliance.
-Coordinate internally with project managers as well externally with proprietary vendors for stormwater facility implementation.
-Attend project meetings with local agencies, clients, and project managers to discuss stormwater strategies and design, as needed.
-Assign and manage workload with staff as needed to meet project deadlines on time and within budget.
-Prepare SWPPP and Erosion Control Plans including processing NOIs and WDID compliance and assists clients with the SMARTS processing and NOT processing at
What You Need for this Position
-Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited program.
-Very good computer skills including Civil 3D and AutoCAD
-Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification, or ability to obtain within 6 months.
-Experience on projects with Caltrans and/or FHWA oversight. Proficiency in AutoCAD and MicroStation
Associated topics: building code, civil, civil engineer, drainage, draw, land, remedial, structural analysis, traffic, transportation