This position works alongside some incredibly talented and experienced, licensed engineers (their mentors) while providing planning and design support for water resources projects throughout the state. Additionally, in this role and as an experienced Engineer in Training (EIT), you will be expected to pass on your knowledge to those entry level engineers joining your project team to start your own mentoring journey. We refer to this as helping those around us to be successful and you will, too - that’s the Pape-Dawson way.
What can you expect to do technically on a consistent basis?
Provide design calculations, technical reports, permitting and engineering plans as well as specifications for the design of water and wastewater facilities
Analyze and design urban storm drain systems to include hydrology, hydraulics, and stormwater quality
Perform watershed hydrologic analyses for planning, outfall master planning, flood control conveyance and detention facility design
Perform hydrologic and hydraulic analyses using ArcGIS and other proprietary software for modeling
Perform risk assessments and inspection of flood control projects
Prepare proposals, scopes of work and contract cost estimates as needed
And there is more...
Be active through our Volunteer Council and have fun at our Company sponsored events
Join the lunch and learns as often as you can to sharpen your technical skills
Be available for your colleagues to sharing what you know and some camaraderie. They will be there for you, too!
Actively participate in professional associations to meet other professionals as well as impact our community
Here is a short list of credentials that will be needed to be successful in this role:
Bachelor's degree in civil or environmental engineering from an ABET college or university
2 years' experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and analyses, flood control analyses and design, stormwater management plans, drainage and water supply management
Experience with regional and state design criteria and water resources permitting requirements
Experience with FEMA, CLOMR and LOMR process
Experience creating FEMA submittal packages, coordination with FEMA during the review process and responding to FEMA comments as well as following the review process through completion
Working knowledge of the following software: HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, ArcGIS and MS Office
Willing to be actively engaged as positive influence to colleagues and those you interact with daily
Effective communication skills, both oral and written
Proven ability to work in a team environment as well as independently
Must be able to work Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm with occasional overtime (THIS IS PAID OVERTIME)
Must be dependable and reliable
Pape-Dawson Engineers is an AA/EEO employer.
Internal Number: 2019-2072
About Pape-Dawson Engineers
In 1965, Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. was established as a civil engineering firm with the goal of providing quality services with a high level of integrity. These core values continue today as we remain uncompromised in our dedication to maintain integrity and competence, develop solutions in the best interest of our clients and the public, support and develop our employees, and positively contribute to the community. Pape-Dawson provides professional civil engineering consulting services in the areas of land development, transportation, water resources, surveying, environmental, cultural resources, hydrology/hydraulics (H&H), and geographic information systems (GIS). With offices in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Fort Worth, and Dallas, we are able to effectively serve our clients throughout Texas.