Primary tasks are related to civil engineering design including coordinating with clients, government agencies, and other design consultants; completing civil engineering designs and permit documents; and applying for relevant permits. This position is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming, or Fort Collins, Colorado.
Applies broad knowledge of principles and practices in a specific practice area.
Independently evaluates, selects, and adapts standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.
Acquires general knowledge of principles and practices of related fields, and ability to function on multi-departmental teams.
Works on projects of moderate size or portions of major projects.
Designs a complete project, system, component, or process.
Prepares complete project documents.
Analyzes and interprets data.
Formulates and solves problems.
Develops new techniques and/or improved processes, materials, or products.
Delegates tasks to and directs entry-level staff, technicians, or administrative tasks.
Plans and coordinates detailed aspects of the work.
Assists with proposals to provide professional services or obtain funding for projects or programs.
Receives general direction on project components.
Receives guidance when necessary on unconventional or complex problems, direction on modified techniques, and new approaches on assignments with conflicting criteria.
Interacts with clients, customers, officials, contactors, and others.
Assists with client, customer, or official contacts and communication pertaining to specific assignments or meetings.
MAJOR TASKS, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Serve as a Staff Civil Engineer performing the following functions:
Prepare design drawings and visual aids in Microstation.
Perform standard computations and analyses consistent with WRD standards and the requirements of the appropriate permitting agencies.
Collect data and gather information and/or documents from clients, agencies, site visits, etc.
Monitor construction, operation, and maintenance of utility systems and site work.
Perform field inspections, document observations, collect field samples or data, analyze field conditions, direct subcontractors.
Continually develop and refine knowledge and skills relevant to civil and/or environmental engineering.
Apply standard techniques, procedures, and criteria to perform assigned tasks.
Perform design tasks using engineering judgement and the application of standard methods.
Prepare and submit reports and permit applications.
Work with WRD team members, project team members, interface between team members and WRD management.
Maintain a positive working relationship with team members.
Collaborate with WRD management and other teams to prioritize projects, workloads, and needs.
Service to the company, community, and profession:
Engage in appropriate professional development to enhance performance and to gain or maintain certifications.
Participate in marketing efforts for WRD.
Take an active role in community and regional organizations to positively represent WRD.
Contribute to professional organizations.
HOW TO APPLY:
Email resume and cover letter to Ann Marie email@example.com with Job Title in the subject line.
Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D or Microstation.
Civil engineering degree, plus 3+ years’ experience.
Project management experience a plus; drafting experience necessary.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with experience. This position is a full-time, benefited position. Benefits include vision, dental and medical insurance; a 401(k) plan; paid time off; life, short-and long-term disability insurance.
About Western Research and Development, a subsidiary of Y2 Consultants, LLC
Y2 is a full-service firm located in Jackson, Wyoming. Y2 offers civil, structural, environmental and geotechnical engineering, natural resources management, surveying, land use planning, landscape architecture, and GIS. A subsidiary of Y2 Consultants, Cheyenne-based Western Research and Development, Ltd., is a provider of engineering, survey, and planning services.