Water Engineer Job Description (sample): A professional engineer with experience in the design and
analysis of water delivery systems and wastewater collection, water
and wastewater treatment, and project management. Bachelor's degree
in Civil Engineering or related field
Have a working knowledge of water chemistry. Have water distribution
or sanitary sewer modeling experience as well as master planning
experience. Have a working knowledge of pipeline hydraulics and pump
design. Have an existing favorable working relationship with local
water and wastewater entities. The position emphasizes the design,
analysis, and plan set preparation for a variety of water and
wastewater projects including but not limited to: wastewater
treatment facilities, pump stations, lift stations, water treatment
plants, and pipeline projects. The position also includes master
planning, preparation of design drawings and specifications,
calculations, as well as directing the work efforts of junior level
staff. The position includes overseeing and coordinating work
efforts of multi-disciplinary design teams and communicating with
the customer. The position requires interfacing with existing local
and regional clients and involvement in marketing activities.
Experience working with multidiscipline engineering staff, CAD
operators, and project teams on water and wastewater projects is
required. Project management experience is desired. Experience with
successful proposal writing, proposal management, and public
presentations is also desired.
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