Geosyntec Consultants Junior Level Water Resources Engineer Or Engineer In Trainin in Greenwood Village, Colorado

Looking for a place to advance your career? A place where you can work withindustry recognized professionals who are engaged with great staff like you tosolve challenging water resources problems? If so, then Geosyntec is theplace for you! As a junior-level water resources engineer orengineer-in-training in our water resources and engineering practice inPortland, OR; Seattle, WA or Denver, CO offices, you will apply youracademic knowledge and practical experience to real-world situations relatedto surface water systems, water supply, regulatory compliance, resourcemanagement, and engineering analysis, planning, and design while alsolearning and expanding your business skills for a successful consultingcareer. We also engage our staff in industry leading national applied researchefforts to help advance the state of our practice and continue to help buildour tools and knowledge base to serve our clients. Our clients continue to ask us to address their ongoing new ventures andchallenges involving the environment, water and natural resources, andcivil infrastructure. Ranked by Engineering News Record (ENR) in the top20 design firms for the environment, Geosyntec is internationally known forits technical skill, broad experience, and exceptional client service.Learn more by visiting ABOUT THE POSITION: Some of the key responsibilities for the junior-level water resourcesengineer or engineer-in-training position may include: * Stormwater and surface water quality modeling; * Surface water modeling, including hydrodynamics, sedimenttransport and water quality modeling, including potentially usingprogramming for custom applications and data manipulation; * Stormwater and surface water monitoring and pilot studies, includingmonitoring system instrumentation; * Design of drainage systems, stormwater control measures, andrelated hydraulic structures; * Hydrology and hydraulics [engineering calculations and modeling]of open channels and stream systems; * Stormwater permitting and regulatory compliance; * Statistical data analysis and data visualization; * Contribution to applied research and technical guidance in waterresources topic areas; * Field investigations and construction support services; * Erosion and sediment control design and field implementation; and * Technical document preparation, including technical writing andcreation of exhibits and maps You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who willguide and integrate you into our team and Geosyntec's culture, as youexpand your career. Here are some other things you should know about a typicaljunior-level water resources engineer position with Geosyntec: * Training: This position requires OSHA health and safety, firstaid, and CPR training and medical monitoring, paid for by the firm. Wealso offer professional development opportunities including in-houseseminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our professionals to buildthe technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants.We encourage and support our staff in submitting papers for technicalconferences and have an active Water Resources practice that includes theability to attend Geosyntec conferences. * Fieldwork: Variable, typically 10 to 20% * Overnight travel: Variable, typically 10% to 20% Your success is our success. We encourage our professionals tocontinually develop their interests and skills. Advancement is based onperformance and initiative. CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS: * BS degree in environmental or civil engineering or MS in environmentalscience, with emphasis in water resources or closely related discipline.(required) * Advanced degree in environmental or civil engineering, with emphasisin water resources or closely related discipline. (preferred). * 2 - 5 years of related experience and/or highly relevant graduatestudy. (preferred) * Exper