We are currently seeking a Transportation Engineer, Water Resources to join the Transportation-Infrastructure Practice.
The Transportation Engineer, Water Resources position would be responsible for leading a team of designers on the design of public storm water and drainage related projects, including hydrologic and hydraulic analyses, and development of construction documents. Other responsibilities include technical development of deliverables, client coordination, quality control and quality assurance for the drainage portions of transportation projects. The person will have strong communication skills and leadership experience. Working knowledge of CDOT, UDFCD, FEMA, FHWA, and local municipality standards and processes is preferred.
If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.
From managed toll lanes and long-range corridor plans to complex interchanges, major roadway, and segmental bridge designs, our teams provide the highest quality planning, environmental and engineering design solutions to our clients. Each day, we partner with transportation agencies and local governments across the country to keep our communities moving and improving the overall quality of life. By joining our team, you too can lead the evolution of transportation.
RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering, and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air, and space. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates.
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