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Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh | US-NC-Charlotte
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer for our Transportation Practice in our Charlotte or Raleigh, NC office!     This position will be responsible for storm water management, drainage design, hydrologic, hydraulic and water quality modeling and environmental permitting in accordance with NCDOT, other state transportation agencies, and local municipalities standards, criteria and accepted practices.   Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree in Engineering degree from an ABET accredited program or equivalent experience - Professional registration (PE) within the field of engineering - Minimum five years' relevant experience - Strong verbal and written communication skills    Preferred Qualifications: - Preparing environmental permit application packages - Experience with riverine modeling using HEC-RAS - Experience with 2-dimensional bridge hydraulics modeling - Experience using ArcGIS for water resources projects - Experience with floodplain studies and FEMA LOMC - Experience with design-build and/or other alternative delivery projects - Watershed delineation and determination of hydrological parameters - Experience with hydrologic and hydraulic modeling using ICPR - Experience using Geopak Drainage and/or ASAD - Experience with plans production using Microstation/CADD   Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5884
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer in our Transportation Group for our Jacksonville, FL office!     Job Summary: This position is responsible for storm water management, drainage design, hydrologic, hydraulic and water quality modeling, and environmental permitting in accordance with FDOT, water management district and local municipality standards, criteria and accepted practices.   Essential Functions: - Prepares project specifications, compiles, and analyzes relevant data, and prepares complete project documents, analysis, and reports. - Analyzes and interprets data. Performs analyses of design, planning, and impact studies, as well as cost analyses, design requirements, site selection, and limited design layouts. - Designs a complete project, system, component, or process and prepares project documents, engineering analysis, and reports. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Perform as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications. - Formulates and solves problems with timely and innovative solutions. - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline. - May provide technical guidance and assign tasks to junior and support staff for project duration. May also manage discipline and small multidisciplinary teams and ensure adherence to company and project contractual requirements. 8. Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited program or equivalent experience. - Minimum of 5 years relevant experience. - Certification as a Professional Engineer (PE)  - Proficient in production software and construction document production. - Must possess strong oral and written communications skills. - Must have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, and other key stakeholders Preferred Qualifications: - Experience with the following: - Watershed delineation and determination of hydrological parameters - Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling using ICPR 4, MIKE-SHE, MIKE-11 or SWMM - Drainage Analysis and Design using Geopak Drainage, Subsurface Utilities Design and Analysis (SUDA) for Open Roads Designer (ORD), and/or ASAD - Plans production using Microstation SS10 with Geopak, and/or FDOTConnect for ORD - CADD (Microstation SS10, FDOTConnect for ORD, and/or Civil 3D) - Preparing FDOT NexGen Plans per FDOT Design Manual (FDM) 900 Series - Preparing Estimated Quantities Report for quantifying 3D drainage features in ORD - Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling using ICPR 4 - ArcGIS for water resources projects Benefits | Careers | RS&H (rsandh.com) Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5886
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer I to join our Transportation Practice in Tampa, FL.        Essential Functions: - Provides professional engineering consultation in the planning, design, and coordination of large complex projects, often requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures and independently applying advanced engineering concepts and designs. May serve as the team expert and/or project lead on large, complex multidiscipline projects. - Develops and evaluates engineering reports, plans and specification criteria for a variety of projects, engineering design and facility development, design detailing, code and criteria analysis, construction document production, and construction administration. - Coordinates with a diversified project team, including development of client communication, proposal coordination, marketing, presentations, and management of other discipline-related activities. - Prepares specifications, scaled drawings and proposals. Ensures finished plans, specifications, and approval of materials and construction. May review and approve scopes, budgets, and schedules for assignments. - Meets with clients to determine objectives and requirements for executing desired scope. - Reviews junior staff's work for technical accuracy and provides technical guidance to other professionals and technicians. May also lead a discipline team or small multidisciplinary teams to complete projects. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Performs as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications. - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline. - May supervise direct reports, including hiring, coaching, performance reviews, development conversations, and productivity management. - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelors degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university - Minimum five years of relevant experience - PE required - Advanced level of oral, presentation and written communication skills - Experience working on parts of a major project or multiple moderate-sized projects - Proven experience providing technical guidance to entry/junior level staff. This includes reviewing others' work for technical accuracy Benefits | Careers | RS&H (rsandh.com) Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5887
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer II to join our Transportation Practice in our Orlando, FL office.       Essential Functions: - Provides professional engineering consultation in the planning, design, and coordination of large complex projects, often requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures and independently applying advanced engineering concepts and designs. May serve as the team expert and/or project lead on large, complex multidiscipline projects. - Develops and evaluates engineering reports, plans and specification criteria for a variety of projects, engineering design and facility development, design detailing, code and criteria analysis, construction document production, and construction administration. - Coordinates with a diversified project team, including development of client communication, proposal coordination, marketing, presentations, and management of other discipline-related activities. - Prepares specifications, scaled drawings and proposals. Ensures finished plans, specifications, and approval of materials and construction. May review and approve scopes, budgets, and schedules for assignments. - Meets with clients to determine objectives and requirements for executing desired scope. - Reviews junior staff's work for technical accuracy and provides technical guidance to other professionals and technicians. May also lead a discipline team or small multidisciplinary teams to complete projects. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Performs as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications. - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline. - May supervise direct reports, including hiring, coaching, performance reviews, development conversations, and productivity management. - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelors degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university - Minimum seven years of relevant experience - PE required - Advanced level of oral, presentation and written communication skills - Experience working on parts of a major project or multiple moderate-sized projects - Proven experience providing technical guidance to entry/junior level staff. This includes reviewing others' work for technical accuracy Benefits | Careers | RS&H (rsandh.com) Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5888
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer III for our Transportation Practice in Tampa, FL.       Essential Functions: - Provides professional engineering consultation in the planning, design, and coordination of large complex projects, often requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures and independently applying advanced engineering concepts and designs. May serve as the team expert and/or project lead on large, complex multidiscipline projects. - Develops and evaluates engineering reports, plans and specification criteria for a variety of projects, engineering design and facility development, design detailing, code and criteria analysis, construction document production, and construction administration. - Coordinates with a diversified project team, including development of client communication, proposal coordination, marketing, presentations, and management of other discipline-related activities. - Prepares specifications, scaled drawings and proposals. Ensures finished plans, specifications, and approval of materials and construction. May review and approve scopes, budgets, and schedules for assignments. - Meets with clients to determine objectives and requirements for executing desired scope. - Reviews junior staff's work for technical accuracy and provides technical guidance to other professionals and technicians. May also lead a discipline team or small multidisciplinary teams to complete projects. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Performs as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications. - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline. - May supervise direct reports, including hiring, coaching, performance reviews, development conversations, and productivity management. - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelors degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university - Minimum ten years of relevant experience - PE required - Advanced level of oral, presentation and written communication skills - Experience working on parts of a major project or multiple moderate-sized projects - Proven experience providing technical guidance to entry/junior level staff. This includes reviewing others' work for technical accuracy Benefits | Careers | RS&H (rsandh.com) #LI-PW1 Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5890
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
RS&H is seeking a Water Resources Engineering Associate to join our Transportation Practice in our Jacksonville, FL office!     Job Summary: The Water Resources Engineering Associate position will work with a team of designers on storm water management design projects. Tasks will include but not be limited to hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, conveyance system design, pavement hydraulic analysis, plans production, and environmental permitting. The person will have strong communication skills and work ethic. This position performs basic engineering assignments requiring the application of standard engineering principles and concepts. This position helps perform design tasks and coordinates design and construction activities, studies, and various analyses.    Essential Functions: - Assist with the design of stormwater management facilities, control structures, roadway collection/conveyance systems, and other drainage-related infrastructure - Perform hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and design for transportation and infrastructure projects - Assist with the preparation of design and permitting documents, including design documentation, calculations, construction plans, and permit applications - Perform field reviews and photo documentation of existing conditions to identify potential flooding concerns Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program or equivalent combination of education and experience. - Must possess basic knowledge of production software. - Must possess solid oral and written communications skills. - Must have the ability to effectively interact with and build relationships with others. Preferred Qualifications: - Experience with Microstation/Geopak/OpenRoads Designer, AutoCAD Civil 3D, HEC-RAS, HY-8, Flowmaster, ICPR, GIS or similar. - Certification as an Engineering Intern (EI). - Previous experience working on FDOT projects. - Experience or exposure to FDOT plans preparation and design standards.  
ID
2023-5892
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
RS&H is currently seeking a Traffic Engineering Associate to join our Transportation Practice in our Denver, CO office!     Job Summary: This position performs basic engineering assignments requiring the application of standard engineering principles and concepts. This position helps perform design tasks and coordinates design and construction activities, studies, and various analyses.   Essential Functions: - Provides general support to the Traffic Engineering Team by conducting various studies and developing solutions for addressing safety, traffic congestion and multimodal transportation needs. - Performs basic traffic engineering tasks, including safety/crash analysis, traffic operations analysis and capacity analysis. - Prepares documentation and technical reports for traffic engineering studies. - Performs as-needed field reviews and observation for evaluating field conditions and assessing typical traffic operations and safety conditions. - Becomes knowledgeable of applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and practices that are pertinent to respective discipline. - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications:  - Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program or equivalent combination of education and experience - Must possess basic knowledge of production software - Must possess solid oral and written communications skills - Must have the ability to effectively interact with and build relationships with others Preferred Qualifications: - EIT Certification - Traffic design experience including signal design, pavement markings, signage, MOT - Traffic Simulation/Modeling experience including Synchro, VISSIM, Rodel, HCS, or other traffic modeling software - CAD experience including Microstation, and/or AutoCAD - Familiarity with local, state, and national traffic engineering standards and practices - Prior experience with CDOT and/or local Colorado agencies is preferred Typical salary range for this position in Colorado is $70,000 to $95,000 and commensurate with experience relative to the position
ID
2023-5901
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
RS&H is seeking a Traffic Engineer to join our Transportation Practice in our Denver, CO office!     Job Summary: This position is responsible for leading traffic engineering evaluations, studies, and designs of moderate size and complexity. This position will perform traffic operational and safety evaluations using sound engineering principles while working with a multidisciplinary team to identify appropriate and innovative transportation solutions.This position may be responsible for providing technical guidance to junior staff and managing a traffic engineering project team to ensure adherence to scope and schedule.   Minimum Qualifications: - A bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field from an ABET accredited program or equivalent combination of education and experience. - Minimum 5 years of experience within the field of traffic engineering. - Professional Engineer (PE) license. - Proficiency with HCS, Synchro, SIDRA, VISSIM, and/or TransModeler. - Must possess strong oral and written communications skills. Preferred Qualifications: - Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) license. - Extensive traffic design experience including intersection and signal design, pavement markings, signage, MOT, ITS, lighting, and signal timing - Ability to evaluate traffic operations and safety issues and apply sound engineering principles and judgement towards developing appropriate improvement strategies - CAD experience including Microstation and/or AutoCAD - Familiarity with local, state, and national traffic engineering standards and practices - Prior experience with CDOT and/or local Colorado agencies Typical salary range for this position in Colorado is $85,000 to $120,000 and commensurate with experience relative to the position
ID
2023-5902
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville | US-NC-Charlotte | US-TX-Dallas | US-TX-San Antonio
We are currently seeking a experienced Structural Buildings Engineer II for our Jacksonville, Charlotte, Dallas, or San Antonio Office.     Job Summary:   The Sr. Structural Engineer will lead the structural design focusing on federal projects, as well as leading designs of aviation and commercial buildings.  Our projects range from small renovations to large multi-building projects and include both national and international projects.  This position performs all conventional aspects of engineering design and development, including the planning and conducting of work requiring more advanced techniques. This position independently performs a variety of assignments requiring skills in all conventional aspects of engineering designs for projects of moderate size and complexity   Essential Functions: - Prepare construction documents, including structural drawings and specifications - Perform structural calculations by hand and with computer-assisted engineering software - Coordinate with other internal disciplines, including architecture, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical - Review shop drawings, answer requests for information, and provide construction site visits - Designs a complete project, system, component, or process and prepares project documents, engineering analysis, and reports. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Perform as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications - Formulates and solves problems with timely and innovative solutions - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline - May provide technical guidance and assign tasks to junior and support staff for project duration. May also manage discipline and small multidisciplinary teams and ensure adherence to company and project contractual requirements - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor of Science in Engineering from an ABET accredited university. - 7+ years of relevant experience - Professional Registration - This experience includes working on parts of a major project or multiple moderate-sized projects - Proven experience leading and/or providing technical guidance to entry/junior-level staff. This includes proven experience reviewing others' work for technical accuracy - Proven experience participating in the design and implementation of new services, processes, standards, and/or operational plans that had great impact on the achievement of functional results. - Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Excel, Word - Understanding of building codes and specific design codes related to structural engineering (ASCE 7, AISC, ACI, etc) - Proficient in Revit - Skilled in the use of structural design and analysis software (ETABS, RAM, Enercalc, etc) - Ability and willingness to travel in the US and internationally - US Citizen or National per client requirement Preferred Qualifications: - Project experience for Federal clients, including military and NASA. - Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents experience, including Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) #LI-KA1 Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2023-5922
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MD-Timonium
RS&H is currently seeking a Civil Engineering Associate to join our team in the Baltimore area!     Our Timonium, MDtransportation practice provides a full range of planning, design and agency support services.  This Associate will assist with various design related assignments, analyses, and field duties on transportation projects, primarily for state and local governments in Maryland.  This Associate will be responsible for working on projects ranging from traffic impact studies to complex highway planning projects.  This Associate will assist in the development of construction plans, right of way plans, cost estimates, bid documents, various calculations, and quantity takeoffs under the direction of licensed civil engineers. This is a unique opportunity to join a team that will embrace your ideas to even better serve our great family of transportation clients.    The ideal candidate will be able to work in a highly flexible, team-oriented environment and have excellent communication, analysis, and documentation skills. We are looking for resourceful and innovative engineers that enjoy working in a collaborative environment. If you are ready to make an impact, we welcome you!   Qualifications:  - Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited program or equivalent combination of education and experience - Basic knowledge of civil engineering design, systems, calculations, along with the application of engineering methods and construction methods and materials - Working knowledge of Microsoft Office - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Strong problem solving and analytical skills - Demonstrated leadership skills   Preferred Qualifications: - EIT Certification  - Basic knowledge of MicroStation and/or Open Roads - Previous internship and/or related engineering experience   Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental Click Here for Full Benefits Information   Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2024-5943
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MD-Timonium
RS&H is seeking a Traffic Engineer to join our Transportation Practice in our Timonium, MD office!       Essential Functions: - Provides general support to the Traffic Engineering Team by conducting various studies and developing solutions for addressing safety, traffic congestion and multimodal transportation needs. - Performs basic traffic engineering tasks, including safety/crash analysis, traffic operations analysis and capacity analysis. - Prepares documentation and technical reports for traffic engineering studies. - Performs as-needed field reviews and observation for evaluating field conditions and assessing typical traffic operations and safety conditions. • Knowledgeable of applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and practices that are pertinent to respective discipline. • Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice.   Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program or equivalent combination of education and experience - Must possess basic knowledge of production software - Must possess solid oral and written communications skills - Must have the ability to effectively interact with and build relationships with others Preferred Qualifications: - Maryland Professional Engineering (PE) registration or the ability to obtain their PE within 6 months of hire - PTOE preferred but not required - Experience with traffic analysis software, such as HCS and Synchro - Experience with GIS - Experience with traffic simulation models such as CORSIM and VISSIM is a plus - Prior experience with Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is preferred     Benefits | Careers | RS&H (rsandh.com) #LI-HR1
ID
2024-5945
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
RS&H is currently seeking an Airfield Engineering Associate II for our Aviation Practice!   Our team is passionate about aviation. We choose to design and manage a wide variety of civil projects at airports throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our projects reach hundreds of millions of dollars in construction value for clients who are also equally passionate about aviation. We foster, value, and reward people who are creative, organized, self-motivated, and collegial. You will have the opportunity to advance your career designing civil projects essential for the continued safe and efficient operation of the nation’s most important airports.    Your activities will include the geometric design of runways, taxiways and aprons; bituminous and concrete pavement design; stormwater and utility infrastructure design; coordination with airports, airlines, FAA and other tenants; and construction administration/management. This is a unique opportunity to join a team that will embrace your ideas to even better serve our great clients.   Minimum Qualifications:  - Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET-accredited university - EIT certification - 3+ years' experience in civil engineering design, systems, calculations, along with the application of engineering methods and construction methods and materials - Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and AutoCAD (Civil 3D, a plus) required - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Strong problem solving and analytical skills - Demonstrated leadership skills - PE is preferred, but not required  Preferred Qualifications: - Prior internship and/or related engineering experience - Prior aviation experience strongly preferred Benefits: - Employee ownership - Holiday Pay - Hybrid  - Vacation + Sick Time - 401K - 401K stock match - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information If this sounds like the role for you and you are ready to join an amazing team, please apply.
ID
2024-5946
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MD-Timonium
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer to join our Transportation Practice in our Baltimore area office!     As a Water Resources Engineer, you will be responsible for storm water management, drainage design, hydrologic, hydraulic and water quality modeling, and environmental permitting in accordance with MDOT, water management district and local municipality standards, criteria and accepted practices.   Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited university - Maryland Professional Engineering (PE) registration or the ability to obtain their PE within 6 months of hire - Minimum five years of progressive leadership experience with a variety of transportation and infrastructure related projects, with specific expertise in: - Hydraulics and hydrology analysis, design, and review - Storm drainage system design - Stormwater management - Erosion and sediment control design and compliance - NPDES Program - All local, state, and federal permitting requirements - Preparing Plan Review Division and Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) package submittals - Stormwater management facility inspection and retrofit design - Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Bentley platforms (OpenRoads, Microstation, and Geopak), and H/H software (ICPR, HY-8, HEC-RAS, etc.) - Thorough knowledge of Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) State Highway Administration, Maryland Transportation Authority, local municipality, and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) policies and procedures - Experience with diverse projects using Design-Build and other Alternative Project Delivery methods - Understanding of 3D Design, including experience with Microstation OpenRoads Designer Preferred Qualifications: - Ability to track individual project tasks and financial management of individual tasks and on-call contracts. - Strong writing and presentation skills - Business acumen and facilitation skills working with a broad set of clients, stakeholders and members of the public - Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail along with overall quality control and schedule management; and - Strong teamwork, team management and project organization skills working on projects and with staff Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2024-5948
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US | US-FL-Orlando | US-FL-Tampa | US-FL-Merritt Island
    We are currently seeking a Civil Engineer to join our Aerospace and Defense team in Florida.   The Civil Engineer II will work with a team of highly skilled engineers and architects on rewarding projects in support of the Department of Defense and Aerospace clients.  This position will be responsible for supporting the design of federal (Department of Defense) and Aerospace projects throughout the U.S. and beyond.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Perform various civil site design tasks utilizing AutoCAD Civil 3D including project research and development of analysis models. - Conduct site investigation and research, field walks and documentation, data collection and organization. - Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to solve design challenges. - Work with Design Engineers, Project Engineers and Project Managers in support of the development of contract deliverables. - Civil engineering design applied to grading, storm drain, sewer, water, paving, streets, dry utilities, water quality, and hydrology/hydraulics. PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 5-10  years of related experience - Professional Engineer in Florida (or ability to obtain via reciprocity) - Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D and ICPR 4 (preferred) - Communication and organizational skills - Permitting experience with the SJRWMD and FDEP - Collaboration and teamwork - Pride in attention to quality and detail - Excellent communication skills, written and verbal, are essential to success in this role. Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2024-5955
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
  We are currently seeking a 2024 Spring/Summer Aviation Engineering Intern to join the Aviation team in our Tampa, FL office.   The Aviation Engineering Intern will will collaborate with and be mentored by top Engineering associates on our team. The selected candidate will work with associates assisting the Aviation Group on a variety of conventional and design-build projects that combine innovative design with a strong knowledge of technical standards to exceed client expectations and provide cost-effective solutions. The selected candidate will most likely work with our roadway design and water resources staff as needed by workload, which will provide greater insight into the type of work other departments are doing. This is an amazing opportunity to gain hands-on experience and a better understanding of the Infrastructure Engineering Industry.   Responsibilities: - Perform calculations requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles - Prepare and revise engineering design drawings - Collect, prepare, and analyze data - Perform engineering with the use of computer-assisted engineering software and equipment - Provide support to engineering and project management associates   Qualifications:             - Current student pursuing a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Civil Engineering at an ABET accredited university with at least 1 year remaining until program completion - 2.5 GPA or above - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Ability to work on multiple assignments simultaneously - Ability to work independently as well as part of a team environment   Preferred Qualifications: - Prior internship or related experience - Experience with AutoCAD/AutoCAD Civil 3D  - Experience or exposure to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circulars - Specific interest in Aviation Infrastructure #LI-TB1   RS&H was named a 2022 Yello/Way-Up Top 100 Internship Program and five interns gained recognition as 2022 Yello/Way Up Top 100 Interns. We provide interns an opportunity to gain hands-on engineering experience in their specific field of interest.  Interns will work alongside top engineers and planners in a fast-paced, professional setting and will gain valuable experiences while applying educational knowledge and skills to a professional environment. LI-TB1  
ID
2024-5983
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MD-Timonium
RS&H is currently seeking a Highway Engineer to join our team in the Baltimore area!     Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited university - Maryland Professional Engineering (PE) registration or the ability to obtain their PE within 6 months of hire - Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience - Experience in highway design and plan production with the ability to perform planning, conceptual design, preliminary engineering, and final design activities - Experience with Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Design - Proficiency with Microstation SS4/SS10 - Proficiency with OpenRoads Designer - Thorough knowledge of Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA), Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA), local municipality, and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) policies and procedures; - Strong knowledge of AASHTO A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets and Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices - Working knowledge of 3D workspaces/corridor modeling Preferred Qualifications:                  - Ability to work independently with general supervision as well as within a collaborative team environment and the willingness to work with different teams to meet project deadlines - Ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, and other key stakeholders - Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and overall quality control - Strong oral and written communication skills   Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2024-5984
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
We are looking for an Intern to join our Roadway team in Denver, CO for Summer of 2024.   The Roadway Engineering Intern will collaborate and be mentored by the top Engineering associates on our team. The selected candidate will work with associates assisting the Charlotte Roadway Design Group on a variety of conventional and design-build projects that combine innovative roadway design with a strong knowledge of technical standards to exceed client expectations and provide cost-effective solutions. This is an amazing opportunity to gain hands-on experience and a better understanding of the Transportation Engineering Industry.   Responsibilities: - Perform routine calculations requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles - Prepare and revise plan documents details - Collect and prepare data for evaluation - Perform engineering tasks with the use of computer-assisted design software and equipment - Provide support to engineering and project management associates Qualifications:             - Current student pursuing a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Civil Engineering at an ABET accredited university - 3.0 GPA or above - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Ability to work on multiple assignments simultaneously Preferred Qualifications: - Prior internship or related experience - AutoCAD and / or Microstation experience - Experience or exposure to  Department of Transportation (DOT) plans preparation and design standards - Specific interest in Transportation / Roadway Design Typical hourly rate for this position in Denver, CO is $21-29.54/hour and is commensurate with experience relative to the position.  #LI-JW1 #LI-JW1 RS&H provides interns an opportunity to gain hands-on engineering experience in their specific field of interest.  Interns will work alongside top engineers and planners in a fast-paced, professional setting and will gain valuable experiences while applying educational knowledge and skills to a professional environment.
ID
2024-5985
Job Family
Engineering
Job Locations US-TX-San Antonio
The Opportunity: RS&H seeks a Water Resources Engineer to join our Infrastructure Group in our San Antonio, Texas office!       Job Summary: This position is responsible for storm water management, drainage design, hydrologic, hydraulic and water quality modeling, and environmental permitting in accordance with TxDOT, other state transportation agencies, and local municipalities standards, criteria and accepted practices.   Essential Functions: - Prepares project specifications, compiles, and analyzes relevant data, and prepares complete project documents, analysis, and reports. - Analyzes and interprets data. Performs analyses of design, planning, and impact studies, as well as cost analyses, design requirements, site selection, and limited design layouts. - Designs a complete project, system, component, or process and prepares project documents, engineering analysis, and reports. - Performs quality control reviews and ensures achievement of key milestones. Perform as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to maintain and increase understanding of construction practices and design applications. - Formulates and solves problems with timely and innovative solutions. - Maintains professional registration and licensure by ensuring conformance with professional, ethical, educational, and discipline practice requirements. Remains knowledgeable of all applicable federal, state, and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances that are pertinent to respective discipline. - May provide technical guidance and assign tasks to junior and support staff for project duration. May also manage discipline and small multidisciplinary teams and ensure adherence to company and project contractual requirements. - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited program or equivalent experience. - Minimum of 5 years relevant experience. - Certification as a Professional Engineer (PE). - Proficient in production software and construction document production. - Must possess strong oral and written communications skills. - Must have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, and other key stakeholders. Preferred Qualifications: - Experience with the following: - Watershed delineation and determination of hydrological parameters - Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling using ICPR 4 and/or SWMM - Riverine and bridge modeling using HEC-RAS - Culvert modeling using HY-8 - Drainage Analysis and Design using Geopak Drainage and Subsurface Utilities Design and Analysis (SUDA) for Open Roads Designer (ORD) - CADD (Microstation SS10, ORD, and/or Civil 3D) - ArcGIS for water resources projects - Plans, Specifications, and Estimates production
ID
2024-6001
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
RS&H is currently seeking an Airfield Civil Engineering Associate to join our Aviation Practice in Atlanta, GA!     Job Summary:   RS&H is passionate about aviation! We choose to design and manage a wide variety of civil projects at airports throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our projects reach hundreds of millions of dollars in construction value for clients who are equally passionate about aviation.   Our Associates focus on innovative design and technical excellence with a passion for completing projects on time, within budget and to our client's complete satisfaction. RS&H fosters valued service and rewards our staff who are creative, organized, self-motivated and collegial. You will have an opportunity to advance your career and professional development as the Project Manager, Project Engineer or engineering support (dependent upon experience) on airport projects. You will have the opportunity to lead, develop and deliver projects of varying sizes and complexity, initiate and maintain client contact and assist the team in winning the work.   Activities include the geometric design of runways, taxiways, and aprons; bituminous and concrete pavement design; stormwater and utility infrastructure design; coordination with airports, airlines, FAA and other tenants; and construction administration/management. This is a unique opportunity to join a team that will embrace your ideas to even better serve our great family of airport clients.    Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelors or Masters of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering or other professionally recognized equivalent disciplines from an accredited ABET university - Minimum of 5 years’ experience, with at least two years of airport design experience - Professional Engineer license or ability to obtain PE License within 6 months - Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Civil3D, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) required for use in completing assignments #LI-HR #civil #engineer #airfield #aviation Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.
ID
2024-6017
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
We are seeking a Senior Bridge Engineer located in our Jacksonville, FL office!     RS&H has a national bridge design practice and is a leader in bridge design throughout the country, having completed a variety of high-profile bridge projects.   We look for innovative solutions that go beyond the initial ideas to solve our client’s challenges.  If this sounds like the type of work you are passionate about, RS&H offers an opportunity to join our team. We have an amazing team throughout the United States of talented structural engineers and are looking to add a senior leader to grow our business.   In this role, you will be responsible for the structural aspects of highway and/or railroad bridge engineering projects.  You will be responsible for delivering current and future projects through construction and for mentoring the team in structural design and career development. This position will also be responsible for leading technical pursuits and proposal writing.      Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree minimum and (Master’s degree with structural emphasis preferred) in Civil Engineering from an accredited university. - Must have a FL professional engineering (PE) registration with the ability to obtain comity in other jurisdictions as required - Experience designing transportation structures including bridges, retaining walls, culverts, miscellaneous structures, and construction engineering. - Minimum of 15 years of progressive structural engineering design experience - Good working knowledge of MicroStation, Excel, Mathcad, variety of Structural Design Software, (examples include STAAD, MDX, LPILE, CONSPAN, RISA, LARSA) - Experience working on traditional Design-Bid-Build projects - Experience working as Owner’s Representative on projects - Experience working on FDOT projects - Experience managing and mentoring engineering staff - Must have the ability to effectively engage and empower teams, and interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, and other key stakeholders. - Possesses a professional demeanor and adheres to ethical standards. - Leads by example and provides clear guidance and expectations for team. Preferred Qualifications:   - Experience working on CMGC, PDB or Design-Build delivery projects - Complex bridge design experience - Experience with Finite Element Method/Analysis Please note: no agency representation or submissions will be recognized for this vacancy. Candidates should apply directly to this role to be considered. It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting and employment agencies to know and adhere to our recruiting policy.  
ID
2024-6018
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional

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