-Perform design tasks and prepare calculations on land development and utility projects from conceptual and preliminary engineering to final design. -Responsible for coordination with other design disciplines, including structures, hydraulics/drainage, storm water, traffic, electrical, utilities, right of way. -Ensure that production of specifications, reports and analyses meet scope, schedule, cost and quality requirements. -Prepare Drainage Studies including but not limited to hydrologic calculations, hydraulics, inlet sizing, street capacity calculations, detention basin routing, and open channel calculations (HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS). -Prepare Technical Storm Water Reports such as SWQMPs and HMP reports complying with local San Diego co-permitee requirements. -Coordinate report preparation for a variety of projects with the project managers, with a focus on drainage design, storm water management, water quality modeling, hydromodification modeling, low impact development (LID) design, and Green Streets applications as necessary for regulatory compliance. -Coordinate internally with project managers as well externally with proprietary vendors for stormwater facility implementation. -Attend project meetings with local agencies, clients, and project managers to discuss stormwater strategies and design, as needed. -Assign and manage workload with staff as needed to meet project deadlines on time and within budget. -Prepare SWPPP and Erosion Control Plans including processing NOIs and WDID compliance and assists clients with the SMARTS processing and NOT processing at project completion.
What You Need for this Position
-Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited program. -Very good computer skills including Civil 3D and AutoCAD -Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification, or ability to obtain within 6 months. -Experience on projects with Caltrans and/or FHWA oversight. Proficiency in AutoCAD and MicroStation Associated topics: building code, civil, civil engineer, drainage, draw, land, remedial, structural analysis, traffic, transportation
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