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Civil Engineer (Community Development)

Company:
Stantec
Location:
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Salary:
Competitive
Posted:
November 12, 2016
Description:

We bring together the places that make communities feel like home whether it’s an urban park, a commercial plaza, or a residential neighborhood. We do this because we’re part of the community too and we care about the places where we live just as much as you do. Join the team that truly designs with community in mind.

Stantec currently has an exciting opportunity for a driven and career oriented Civil Engineer to join our growing team in Boston, MA! Our Planning and Landscape Architecture Group in Boston works with a wide variety of private and public clients on a broad range of projects and we pride ourselves on the quality of our clients and projects.

A successful candidate is comfortable in both managing tasks and playing an active role in the development of designs and production of design and permitting documents. A typical project will involve a civil engineers, landscape architecture staff, and the coordination of internal and external sub-consultants. So come take your career to the next level as a Civil Engineer with Stantec!

Typical projects performed in our group include:

•Urban Housing

•Park and Recreation Facilities

•Educational related projects

•Institutional projects

•Commercial/ Retail

Typical duties will include:

•Oversight, coordination and participation in the preparation of engineering drawings, calculations, reports and permit applications for land development projects.

•Some supervision of staff while assisting various design teams in tasks including: client presentations, site design development, construction documentation and construction observation.

•Site/civil engineering design

Qualifications:

•Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE)

•8-12 years’ experience

•Proficiency in AutoCAD Civil 3D and HydroCAD

•Experience in the preparation of Notice of Intent and Site Plan Review permit applications

•Massachusetts Professional Engineer (P.E.) licensure – preferred, but not required.

Candidates must be flexible and comfortable working on several projects concurrently, and have a positive attitude in all working conditions.