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Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
RS&H is currently seeking a civil highway engineering associate to join our team in Orlando!   This position will have the ability to work a hybrid schedule of in-office and remote. As part of the infrastructure team, you'll serve an integral role in the firm by compiling data and assisting with permit and report preparation and material testing; completing elementary design calculations and preparing quantity takeoffs and estimates and engineering plans; performing basic design tasks utilizing engineering software and technology; preparing drawings and visual aids; and performing as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to gain increased understanding of construction practices and design applications.   To be successful in this role, you must: - Have a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited program or an equivalent combination of education and experience.   - Have awareness of applicable federal, state and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances. - Possess basic knowledge of production software. - Have a passion for engineering and a willingness to grow and learn. - Possess solid oral and written communication skills and have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, team members, and other key stakeholders. If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.   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
2024-6118
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
RS&H is currently seeking an experienced structural bridge engineering associate to join our team. This position will have the ability to work a hybrid schedule of in-office and remote. As part of the infrastructure team, you'll serve an integral role in the firm by utilizing production software and developing impact studies, cost analyses, and design requirements; leading data collection efforts; preparing portions of project documents; editing specifications and discipline reports; preparing drawings, visual aids, and presentations; performing as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects; and performing research and investigations to support development of proposed engineering applications.   To be successful in this role, you must: - Have a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited program and three years relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. EI strongly preferred.  - Be knowledgeable around applicable federal, state and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances. - Be proficient in production software and construction document production. - Have a passion for engineering and a willingness to grow and learn. - Possess strong oral and written communication skills and have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, team members, and other key stakeholders. If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. 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
2024-6121
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
  Job Summary:  The successful candidate will have a proven track record leading and performing diverse and complex work in the areas of ITS & traffic engineering, mentoring, and management. As a technical expert you will have a key role in project work, while also cultivating relationships with existing and new clients. You will work to achieve our goals of a profitable operation and a supportive and inclusive work environment. You will be a key member in our national ITS & traffic engineering practice and work with our Florida transportation leadership to grow ITS & traffic engineering in the state.   The ideal candidate has previous leadership responsibilities and traffic engineering expertise including: - ITS Planning & Design  - Signal Timing & Design - Lighting Analysis & Design - Signing & Pavement Marking Design   Responsibilities:  Project Delivery & Technical Excellence - Serve as a leader delivering ITS and traffic engineering services for FDOT and local clients. - Actively manage projects and discipline specific tasks including performing project management activities (project scope, schedule, budget, and quality management). - Administer quality management plans and perform thorough, detailed reviews of project deliverables. - Work with leaders across the firm’s national ITS & traffic engineering practice to develop industry-best technical strategies and procedures.   People Development - Supervising, coaching, and mentoring junior engineering staff. - Recruit qualified staff at the skill and experience levels needed to promote team growth. - Establish and/or review priorities and work schedules and coordinates resource needs/assignments.   Client Relationships, Marketing, Pursuit Development - Engage in marketing activities to grow our client network and to bring in new work in coordination with our firm’s strategic plan for Florida. - Foster partnerships and relationships with other consulting firms to assist with business development, building client relationships, and pursuit efforts for projects. - Assist in marketing responsibilities, including client discovery, proposal generation, interviews, and win-to-work activities.   Minimum Qualifications: - ABET accredited bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related field. - PE License - Minimum 10 years of traffic engineering and ITS experience including proven technical leadership (decision-making on technical matters). - Proficient in production software and design document production. - Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to communicate with leadership on matters of strategic importance, and can effectively interact and build strong relationships with clients and other key stakeholders.   Preferred Qualifications: - Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) license. - Experience successfully delivering traffic engineering and ITS projects for FDOT. - Experience leading and supervising a team of traffic and ITS engineers.     If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. 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
2024-6123
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-IL-St. Charles | US-IL-Springfield | US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IL-Chicago
RS&H seeks a Water Resources Engineer to join our Infrastructure Group. This position can be based out of our St. Charles, IL, Chicago, IL, Springfield, IL, or Indianapolis, IN office.       Job Summary: This position is responsible for stormwater management, drainage design, hydrologic, hydraulic, and water quality modeling, and environmental permitting in accordance with IDOT, 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
2024-6132
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
RS&H is currently seeking a Water Resources Engineering associate to join our Tampa team!   This position will have the ability to work a hybrid schedule of in-office and remote. As part of the infrastructure team, you'll serve an integral role in the firm by compiling data and assisting with permit and report preparation and material testing; completing elementary design calculations and preparing quantity takeoffs and estimates and engineering plans; performing basic design tasks utilizing engineering software and technology; preparing drawings and visual aids; and performing as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to gain increased understanding of construction practices and design applications.     To be successful in this role, you must: - Have a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited program or an equivalent combination of education and experience.   - Have awareness of applicable federal, state and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances. - Possess basic knowledge of production software. - Have a passion for engineering and a willingness to grow and learn. - Possess solid oral and written communication skills and have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, team members, and other key stakeholders. If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.   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
2024-6144
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
RS&H is currently seeking a Highway Engineer III for the Transportation-Infrastructure Practice in Philadelphia, PA. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent technical knowledge of roadway design fundamentals. The candidate will be knowledgeable in all aspects of roadway plans production and be able to act independently regarding technical matters pertaining to roadway design. While the ideal candidate would work a hybrid schedule out of our Philadelphia Office, we are open to and will consider remote candidates.     Job Summary:    This position performs all conventional aspects of engineering design and development, including the planning and conducting of work requiring more advanced techniques. This role independently performs a variety of assignments requiring skills in all conventional aspects of engineering designs for projects of moderate size and complexity. This position requires independent judgment in evaluation, selection, and adaptation/ modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria, and must be able to independently solve problems and make decisions, receiving technical guidance on unusual or complex issues and supervisory approval on proposed project plans.   Essential Functions:    - Development of highway design preliminary engineering deliverables such as design criteria; Line/Grade/Typical Section, and Design Field View - Development of highway final design deliverables such as final roadway plans, final roadway specifications, and engineer's estimates. - Development of supporting highway design deliverables such as design exception requests, safety review reports, constructability reviews, right-of-way plans, traffic control plans, and signing/pavement marking plans. - 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 Civil Engineering from an accredited program or equivalent experience. - Minimum of five years relevant experience. - Pennsylvania PE licensure  - Experience with PennDOT ECMS and PennDOT AutoTAB programs - Proficient in production software and construction document production. - Strong oral and written communication skills. - Ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, and other key stakeholders. Preferred Qualifications: - PennDOT design experience including major reconstruction on limited access facilities, rural/urban arterials, and bicycle/pedestrian facilities - Municipal/Local Government design experience within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Experience in Temporary Traffic Control Design - Proficiency with OpenRoads Designer - Experience working with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) or alternate DOT experience - Strong knowledge of design manuals including PennDOT Design Manual, PennDOT Standard Plans, PennDOT Standard Specifications, PUB 408-Highway Construction Specifications, AASHTO A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, and Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device - Working knowledge of 3D workspaces/corridor modeling -   If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. 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
2024-6149
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
    Job Summary: This position performs all conventional aspects of engineering design and development, including the planning and conducting of work requiring more advanced techniques. This role independently performs a variety of assignments requiring skills in all conventional aspects of engineering designs for projects of moderate size and complexity. This position requires independent judgment in evaluation, selection, and adaptation/ modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria, and must be able to independently solve problems and make decisions, receiving technical guidance on unusual or complex issues and supervisory approval on proposed project plans.   Essential Functions: - Development of bridge (steel and concrete) and culvert design deliverables such as Hydraulic and Hydrologic (H&H Reports, Type/Size/Location (TS&L) reports, Structure Foundation Reports, Final Structure Plans/Calculations/Specifications. - Completes bridge/structural calculations, special provisions and plans. - Assist project managers with proposal preparation and cost estimates for bridge related components. - Proficiency in AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design specifications. - 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: - Requires a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited program or equivalent experience. - Minimum of 5 years relevant experience. - PE License in the State of Pennsylvania is required. - 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. - Thorough knowledge of AASHTO LRFD Design Standards, PennDOT Publication 15M - Design Manual 4, PennDOT Publication 218M - Bridge Design Standards (BD 600M Series) and Publication 219M Bridge Construction Standards (BC 700M Series) and Engineering Software. - Proficiency with Microstation is required.   Preferred Qualifications: - PennDOT or PA Turnpike design experience including full bridge/culvert replacements, superstructure replacements, bridge rehabilitations, and bridge preventative maintenance projects. - Municipality/Local Government bridge design experience within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. - Experience in bridge design for phased construction projects. - Working knowledge of Bentley OpenBridge Designer and Modeler. - Experience in shop drawing review and construction consultation. - Certified Bridge Safety Inspection (CBSI) preferred   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.   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
2024-6154
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MD-Timonium
RS&H is currently seeking a Transportation Engineer to join our Infrastructure Practice in our Timonium, MD office working on a hybrid schedule!     Job Summary: We are looking for an experienced and collaborative Transportation Engineer to join our rapidly growing Baltimore area office. The ideal candidate will have experience with the various stages of transportation and project planning, including feasibility and NEPA studies. This role will include performing preliminary engineering and planning activities and/or studies such as environmental and engineering inventories, purpose and need assessments, multi-modal evaluations, logical termini/independent utility analyses, engineering feasibility and transportation planning studies, and alternatives analyses. This position offers tremendous potential for growth and the opportunity to work with a team of outstanding multi-disciplinary professionals serving local, state and federal clients in Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region.   Essential Functions: - Serves as a professional engineering discipline lead on multimodal transportation engineering and planning projects of varying size and scope - Prepares complete project documents, analysis, and reports - Performs project tasks with attention to detail while adhering to project schedules and ensuring overall quality management - Facilitates coordination with a diverse project team, including assisting with development of meeting and presentation materials, and/or client communications. - 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 to entry/junior-level staff and review work for technical accuracy - Performs all other duties as assigned and within scope of practice     Qualifications: - Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Civil Engineering or related field from an ABET accredited program - Maryland Professional Engineering (PE) registration - 4+ years of progressive leadership experience in Transportation Planning and Preliminary Engineering - Experience in a project management role on transportation planning projects of varying complexity and on-call contracts - 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 - Proficiency with Microsoft Office software - Proficiency with ArcGIS Pro; additionally, proficiency with Esri web-based mapping software preferred - Basic knowledge of graphic design programs, such as Adobe Illustrator, preferred but not required - Advanced level of verbal, written and presentation skills - Strong interpersonal skills that demonstrate teamwork and ability to build relationships with others - Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail along with overall quality control and schedule management - Business acumen and facilitation skills working with a broad set of clients, stakeholders and members of the public   If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join a growing and dynamic team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. 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
2024-6171
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-NC-Charlotte
RS&H is currently seeking a structural building engineering associate to join our team. This position will have the ability to work a hybrid schedule of in-office and remote. As part of the infrastructure team, you'll serve an integral role in the firm by compiling data and assisting with permit and report preparation and material testing; completing elementary design calculations and preparing quantity takeoffs and estimates and engineering plans; performing basic design tasks utilizing engineering software and technology; preparing drawings and visual aids; and performing as-needed field reviews and observations of ongoing construction projects to gain increased understanding of construction practices and design applications.   To be successful in this role, you must: - Have a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited program or an equivalent combination of education and experience.   - Have awareness of applicable federal, state and local codes, criteria, regulations, and ordinances. - Possess basic knowledge of production software. - Have a passion for engineering and a willingness to grow and learn. - Possess solid oral and written communication skills and have the ability to effectively interact with and build strong relationships with clients, customers, contractors, team members, and other key stakeholders. If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.   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
2024-6176
Job Family
Engineering
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-SC-Charleston
We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) practice throughout the Charleston, SC area.   As a Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will have industry experience, possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.    Responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent with 4+ years of construction experience with 2+ years in roadway/bridge inspection OR a Civil Engineering degree - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds ** Please submit a project list that includes your role on the project as well as the construction value along with your resume.**   Preferred Qualifications: - Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET-accredited college or university - EIT Certification - SCDOT Certifications - OSHA 10 Certification Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information  If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   #LI-KZ1 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
2022-4458
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-SC-Myrtle Beach
We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) practice throughout the state of South Carolina. These positions will be for upcoming work in District 4, District 5, District 6, and District 7.   As a Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will have industry experience, possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.    Responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent with 4+ years of construction experience with 2+ years in roadway/bridge inspection OR a Civil Engineering degree - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds ** Please submit a project list that includes your role on the project as well as the construction value along with your resume.**   Preferred Qualifications: - Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET-accredited college or university - EIT Certification - SCDOT Certifications - OSHA 10 Certification Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information  If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   #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
2022-4459
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh
  We are currently seeking a Bridge Construction Inspector for the Transportation-Construction Management team in the Raleigh, North Carolina area.    As a Bridge Construction Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and special provisions for the construction contract.    Responsibilities will include but not be limited to: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations and events that affect the work, monitoring, and inspecting contractor’s work zone traffic control plan as well as reviewing modifications to the plan. - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work in accordance with the construction contract - Prepare and check engineering computations - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Manage the team of inspectors (coordinate their schedules, etc.) - Ability to mentor less experienced inspection team - Has the ability to manage complex construction projects   Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 4+ years construction experience with 2+ years in bridge inspection or a Civil Engineering degree and 3 years of road and bridge construction engineering and inspection experience. - Valid Driver’s License and a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds     Preferred Certifications / Credentials: - OSHA 10 Hour - NCDOT Certifications - ACI level 1 - Nuclear Gauge and Hazmat Safety Training   Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information   If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.     #LI-SP1
ID
2023-4627
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-TX-Houston (CM)
RS&H in Texas from RS&H on Vimeo.   We are seeking Senior CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) practice in the Houston, Texas area.   As a Senior CEI Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents.  The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.   **Along with resume, please provide a project list that includes your role on the project and the project construction value.**   Responsibilities include but are not be limited to: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Perform Bridge substructure and superstructure inspection - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests as needed - Maintain a good working relationship with project staff - Track / measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks   Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 8+ years construction experience with 4+ years in roadway/bridge inspection or a Civil Engineering degree and 3 years of road and bridge construction engineering and inspection experience - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds   Preferred Certifications / Credentials: - OSHA 10 Hour - ASBI Grouting Certificate - PTI Level 2 Multistrand & Grouted PT Inspector - Minimum 3 years Bridge inspection experience Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   #LI-SP1
ID
2023-4733
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
  We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) team in the Chicago, IL area.    As a Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, and is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.    Responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks   Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 4+ years of construction experience with 2+ years in roadway/bridge inspection or a Civil Engineering degree and 1 year of road and bridge construction engineering and inspection experience - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds   Preferred Qualifications: - DOT Certifications - OSHA 10 Certification   Benefits: - Holiday Pay - Paid Time Off - 401K - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information   If this sounds like the role for you and you're ready to join an amazing team, please apply.   #LI-SP1
ID
2023-4735
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-SC-Florence (CM)
We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) practice in Florence, SC.      Job Summary:   As a Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, and is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.    Essential Functions:   - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from a ABET accredited university - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist, or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds Preferred Qualifications: - EIT Certification - DOT Certifications - OSHA 10 Certification - Prior internship or related experience #LI-SP1 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
2023-4901
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-MI-Novi | US-MI-Jackson | US-MI-Grand Rapids (CM) | US-MI-Lansing
We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) practice in the Detroit, Michigan area.     Job Summary:   As a CEI Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents.  The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.   Essential Functions: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor the work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks - Manage the team of inspectors, coordinate their schedules, and oversee their work and records Minimum Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 4+ years of prior experience in construction inspection, including exposure to bridge and/or roadway construction inspection, or a Civil Engineering degree with the ability to earn additional required qualifications within one year - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds Preferred Certifications / Credentials: - OSHA 10 Hour - MDOT Certifications Benefits for Full-Time Associates: - 9 paid holidays - Minimum of 10 days of PTO - 10 days of Personal Leave - Paid parental leave - 401K options with stock match & supplemental contributions - Medical and Dental - Click Here for Full Benefits Information #LI-KZ1 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
2023-4931
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
We are seeking CEI Inspectors for our Construction Management team in the Salt Lake City, UT area.     Job Summary:   As a CEI Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.   Essential Functions: - Maintaining detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks Minimum Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 4 plus years of experience in CEI - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required UDOT certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds Preferred Certifications / Credentials: - OSHA 10 Hour Training - ACI Certification - DOT Certifications #LI-SP1 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
2023-4937
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
We are seeking Senior CEI Inspectors for our Construction Management team in the Salt Lake City, UT area.     Job Summary:   As a Senior CEI Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract documents. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.   **Along with your resume, please provide a project list that includes your role on each project and the project construction value.**   Essential Functions: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations including manpower, equipment, construction methods, and events that affect the work - Monitor work zone traffic control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Monitor the erosion control plan and identify discrepancies and potential issues - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests - Track/measure completed work quantities for payment - Perform survey checks Minimum Qualifications: - HS Diploma or equivalent - 7+ years of construction experience with 4+ years in roadway/bridge inspection or a Civil Engineering degree and 3 years of road and bridge construction engineering and inspection experience - Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications - Must have a Valid Driver's License with a good driving record - Must obtain any required UDOT certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods, under various outside conditions - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and shake up to 20 pounds Preferred Certifications / Credentials: - OSHA 10 Hour - ACI - DOT Certifications #LI-SP1 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
2023-4938
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
We are currently seeking a ITS Inspector for the Transportation-Construction Management Practice in the Orlando, FL area.      Job Summary:   As an ITS Inspector, you will monitor the contractor’s on-site construction activities and inspect materials to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, and special provision for the construction contract in regards to fiber optics, network communications, and electronic tolling.     Essential Functions: - Maintain detailed records of the contractor’s daily operations and events that affect the work, monitoring, and inspecting contractor’s work zone traffic control plan as well as reviewing modifications to the plan. - Perform sampling and testing of component materials and completed work in accordance with the construction contract - Prepare and check engineering computations - Inspect the construction work and conduct field tests EXPERIENCE: - Experience in Fiber Installation Inspection, OTDR Fiber Testing, and Controller Operation and Testing For personnel with Civil, Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degrees: - One (1) year of ITS CEI experience - Demonstrated knowledge in the qualifications For personnel without Civil, Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degrees: - Four (4) years of CEI experience - Two (2) of those years involved in ITS CEI - Familiarity with Existing Communication Equipment and Switches   QUALIFICATIONS / CERTIFICATIONS: - IMSA Fiber Optics for ITS Level II Field (or equivalent) - FDOT ITS CEI Computer-Based Trainings - Managed Field Ethernet Switch Module - Closed Circuit Television Camera Module - Microwave Vehicle Detection System Module - Road Weather Information System Module - Dynamic Message Sign Module - FDOT Intermediate MOT - Valid Florida Driver License - Good Driving Record - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Ability to sit and/or stand for prolonged periods of time. Occasionally required to sit and stoop - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds   ABILITIES / RESPONSIBILITIES: - Ability to: Communicate effectively in English (verbally and in writing) - Responsible for: Inspecting construction work - Responsible for: Monitoring ITS and electrical installation techniques to ensure conformance with the plans, specifications, National Electrical code and other applicable manuals - Responsible for: Coordinating and managing the lower level inspectors - Responsible for: Escalating any deficiencies to the Project Administrator #LI-KZ1 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
2023-4948
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional
Job Locations US-SC-Charleston | US-SC-Florence (CM)
  We are currently seeking Construction Management CEI Inspector Trainee for our Transportation-Construction Management practice in the Charleston, SC area.   As a CEI Inspector Trainee, you will collaborate with and be mentored by top engineering associates on our team while gaining hands-on experience and a better understanding of Transportation Construction Management engineering. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills, be a team player, and is enthusiastic, motivated, honest, and dependable.    Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: - Support inspection teams with field inspections - Verify the dimensions of prepared and completed work - Collect and prepare data for evaluation - Perform engineering with the use of computer-assisted engineering software and equipment - Prepare reports for site operations activities including materials used and completed work - Provide support to engineering and project management associates Qualifications: - High School Diploma or equivalent  - Ability to work independently with general supervision as well as within a collaborative team environment - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite - Good driving record with valid driver’s license - Ability to sit, stand, climb, bend, twist or stoop frequently and for prolonged periods of time - Ability to reach horizontally as well as vertically for required tasks - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection - Ability to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds Perfered Qualifications: - EIT Certification is preferred - Must obtain any required certifications and pass appropriate qualifications tests for the position in specified time frames - Good driving record with valid Driver’s License - Ability to use construction or inspection safety equipment including fall protection     #LI-SP1 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
2023-5003
Job Family
Construction Management
Job Level
Professional

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