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Civil Engineer I/II

2IM Group is looking for a Civil Engineer I/II to join our Transportation Team! This is a full-time position that includes our benefits package (health care, vision, dental, health savings account, 401k, paid time off, paid holidays, etc.).

Duties and responsibilities:

The Civil Engineer I/II typically works in an (company or client/project) office, creating plans and analyzing data required on the site, or in the field. They also measure potential financial, environmental, and socio-economic costs of projects and materials and perform a series of assessments to ensure projects are delivered on schedule within budget. Some important duties and responsibilities of a Civil Engineer I/II include:

  • Perform tasks requiring applications of standard civil engineering techniques and procedures

  • Use design software such as MicroStation and AutoCAD to accurately render and communicate designs

  • Determine construction costs, local and professional building regulations, environmental impacts and other factors that can affect project implementation

  • Identify potential risk factors that can affect project delivery

  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplined team of other professionals, such as Scientists, Landscape Architects, and Engineers, or clients, on roadway transportation and civil projects

  • Enforce engineering, local, and legal regulations like health and safety protocols on-site

Skills and qualifications:

A successful Civil Engineer I/II candidate has various prerequisite skills and qualifications, such as:

  • Problem-solving skills in order to find the right solutions to issues

  • Working knowledge of design software, including AutoCAD Civil 3D, MicroStation and hydrologic and hydraulic modeling

  • Exposure to site layout, erosion control, utility design and environmental impact assessment

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Planning and organization skills

  • Developing knowledge of relevant regulations and legislation

Education and training requirements:

A Civil Engineer I/II requires a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or other relevant discipline. These courses provide a strong background in core engineering subjects such as mathematics, building and construction technology and engineering design. A Civil Engineer I/II will usually take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. After an entry-level engineer gains about four years of experience, they typically pursue a Professional Engineering (PE) license.

Required qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering

  • 0 - 5 years of civil engineering experience related to transportation/roadway design

  • Experience with design software such as AutoCAD and/or MicroStation

  • Strong organizational, analytical, communication skills and design skills

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