Project to Senior Level Civil Engineer - Airport & Port Infrastructure - Reid Middleton Posted 5/3/2019



Port engineers have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects from airport runway rehabilitations to marine terminals and industrial sites. We are looking for a Project or Senior Level Civil Engineer to join our engineering practice with opportunities for challenging design, professional development, and professional growth in our Everett, WA, office. Our north-end location offers an easier, more convenient and affordable lifestyle than found in other Puget Sound urban communities.

We are looking for a highly qualified and motivated Project or Senior Level Civil Engineer to join our Port practice focused on civil engineering for airports, marine facilities, commercial and industrial sites.

Requirements for this position include the following:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering.
  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE)
  • Minimum of seven years' experience in airport and infrastructure engineering
  • Working knowledge of AIP grant management and FAA requirements, processes, advisory circulars, and design standards for aviation facilities
  • Familiar with FAA planning guidelines; state aviation guidelines; airport operational parameters; state and local planning/land use regulations; grant management; and NEPA and state environmental requirements
  • Familiar with Port facilities, including stakeholder and tenant requirements
  • Expertise in grading, drainage, pavement, and other civil engineering design practices
  • Knowledge of Civil 3D, AutoCAD and Microsoft Office software.
  • Highly qualified engineers with over fifteen years' experience in aviation and port facilities may be considered for a Senior Engineer position
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States
The successful candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to participate within a team of engineers and drafters to engage in design of systems for airfields, terminals, roadways, industrial parks, and other port-type infrastructure. Primary responsibilities will include: Working collaboratively with technical and professional staff, engineering design development of design drawings, specifications, and cost estimates, preparation of design documents, coordinating subconsultants, coordination with FAA personnel, and conducting condition inspections

Company Information
REID MIDDLETON, INC., is an employee-owned civil and structural engineering firm with a 64-year history of service to public and private clients throughout the Pacific Rim, including Hawaii and Alaska. We are headquartered in Everett, Washington with additional offices in San Diego, CA; Anchorage, AK; and Honolulu, HI. We have a culture of hard working and highly motivated people who are committed to each other's success. We believe in flexible work schedules, celebrating our successes, and enjoying our time away from work.
Our firm's market-focused organization includes a diverse portfolio of Aviation, Civic/Municipal, Commercial, Education, Healthcare, Industrial, Military, Transportation, and Waterfront projects.

To apply for this position, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@reidmiddleton.com. To learn more about us, visit our website at www.reidmiddleton.com. We are also on Facebook and LinkedIn; links to these sites and our Reid Our Blog are on the home page of our website.

Reid Middleton is a federal contractor subject to the requirements of the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA).
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Construction Program Manager (Sanitary Sewer) - Clark Regional Wastewater District Posted 5/3/2019



Clark Regional Wastewater District is seeking an experienced Construction Program Manager!

Ideal candidate will:
  • A Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or construction-related field
  • Five years of construction management work experience in a heavy civil-construction environment
  • A current CCM certification
  • Two years of supervisory and leadership experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to manage compliance with Federal, State and local safety regulations
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Planning, coordination, budget and management of the District's construction work
  • Leadership of field inspection staff
  • Operates independently and with minimal supervision as the principal construction representative for the District
  • Develops, implements and monitors the progress of the construction program and individual projects (capital and development related)
  • Supervises technical and professional staff on a project or continuing basis
  • Manages project documentation, including submission of required warranties, guarantees, lien releases and any other necessary documents required by contract
  • Provides design and regulatory interpretations considering technical, regulatory and contractual requirements
The District is offering a select individual an opportunity to leverage their professional civil engineering, project management and construction management skills for the benefit of their community.

Starting salary range: $7,299 to $8,345 per month, depending on qualifications.

Benefits include:
  • PERS retirement
  • Full medical, dental and vision
Review position description, application packet and submission process at https://www.crwwd.com/jobs.html.

Clark Regional Wastewater District is a growing utility that is uniquely positioned in the Clark County, Vancouver area.
The District is an equal opportunity employer and drug-free workplace.

Capital Program Manager (Sanitary Sewer) - Clark Regional Wastewater District Posted 5/3/2019



Clark Regional Wastewater District is seeking an experienced Capital Program Manager (Local Systems)!

Ideal candidate will possess:
  • BS Degree in Civil Engineering or related field
  • Licensure as a Professional Engineer, Civil, in the State of Washington or ability to obtain one within one year preferred
  • Five years of project management experience
  • Two years supervisory experience
  • Knowledge of sanitary sewer specifications and general construction specifications
  • Knowledge of rehabilitation, design and construction of new sewer collection systems including pumping stations
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Leadership and supervision of the Project Management Team
  • Oversees the development and coordination of all aspects of capital project work with project stakeholders, regulatory agencies, contractors, consultants and District personnel
  • Ability to simultaneously coordinate and manage multiple complex projects to completion within scheduled deadlines and allocated budgets
  • Develop and deliver the Six-Year Capital Program schedule and budget annually
The District is offering a select individual an opportunity to leverage their professional civil engineering, project management and construction management skills for the benefit of their community.

Starting salary range: $7,901 to $9,033 per month, depending on qualifications.

Benefits include:
  • PERS retirement
  • Full medical, dental and vision
Review position description, application packet and submission process at https://www.crwwd.com/jobs.html.

Clark Regional Wastewater District is a growing utility that is uniquely positioned in the Clark County, Vancouver area.
The District is an equal opportunity employer and drug-free workplace.

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