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Senior Engineering Water Resources Office Lead
Taylor Engineering Taylor Engineering, Inc. seeks to hire a team-oriented and production-focused Senior Engineering Water Resources Office Lead with 11-15 years of experience for our Tampa, Florida office. This position requires a strong background in water resources engineering, solid project management skills, and experience teaming with clients.
Duties and Responsibilities • Develop business relationships with both public and private clients • Acts as advisor to the team regarding projects, tasks, and operation • Communicate with various municipality, utility, subcontractors, and government regulating agencies • Lead the development of technical submittals including letters, technical reports, figures, and tables • Stormwater and/or groundwater modeling, planning, and design • Site civil and water resources design • Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget • Perform occasional field work
Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related water resources discipline; Master’s degree preferred. • 11-15 years of experience in water resources • A Florida Professional Engineer license required • Excellent project management skills • Experience with surface water, groundwater, and integrated modeling codes such as HEC-RAS, ICPR, MIKE-HYDRO, MIKE-SHE, and/or SWMM preferred Candidate Characteristics • Organized with the ability to prioritize and execute multiple tasks • Possess effective analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to interpret and spot issues in complex technical, scientific, abstract information, designs, and diagrams • Energetic, detail-oriented team player
Taylor Engineering Taylor Engineering, Inc. seeks to hire a team-oriented and production-focused Senior Water Resources Engineer with 15+ years of experience for our Tampa, Florida office. The position requires a strong background in water resources engineering, solid project management, and proven leadership skills. Duties and Responsibilities • Develop and solidify business relationships with both public and private clients • Communicate with various municipality, utility, subcontractors, and government regulating agencies • Oversee the development of technical submittals including letters, technical reports, figures, and tables • Supervise and develop professional staff Requirements • Master’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related water resources discipline • 15 + years of experience in water resources at least 8 years of leadership experience • Energetic and innovative leader with the ability and desire to mentor • A Florida Professional Engineer license required • D.WRE certification a plus • Site civil and water resources design experience • Strong expertise of local and state agencies and regulations Candidate Characteristics • Organized with the ability to prioritize and execute multiple tasks • Possess effective analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to interpret and spot issues in complex technical, scientific, abstract information, designs, and diagrams • Energetic, detail-oriented team player
Taylor Engineering Taylor Engineering, Inc. seeks a Waterfront Project Engineer to join our Destin, Florida office. Taylor Engineering has an incredible opportunity to support our interdisciplinary waterfront, coastal, water resources, and environmental team members.
Duties and Responsibilities • Planning, analysis, design, permitting, and inspection of waterfront or marine structures such as seawalls, bulkheads, marine foundations, docks, piers, ship terminals, marinas, and boat ramps • Shore protection design and permitting including beach nourishment and living shorelines • Coastal process analyses, inlet management, and coastal project feasibility studies • Construction observation and administration • Preparation of technical submittals including letters, technical reports, drawings, technical specifications, and contract documents • Communicate with various municipality, utility, and government regulatory agencies • Successfully manage multiple projects; ensure tasks are completed on time and within budget • Participate in business development activities and keep strong, long-term client relationships
Requirements • Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering or other applicable engineering disciplines; preferably with Master of Science or Master of Engineering in civil or coastal engineering • Experience: 4 – 8 years in civil, coastal, or waterfront engineering • Registration: Florida Professional Engineer (PE) or Florida Structural Engineer (SE) or ability to attain licensure within 12 months • Proven experience in coastal, waterfront, or civil engineering design and construction management Candidate Characteristics • Organized with the ability to multi-task • Energetic, detail-oriented team player • Excellent oral and writing skills with the ability to prepare technical reports • Effective analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to interpret complex technical, scientific, and abstract information; and to spot issues during review of design drawings and di
Coastal States Organization The Coastal States Organization (CSO) is looking for an energetic, team-oriented person to advance the mission of CSO and its members on coastal, ocean and Great Lakes issues. We seek a person with exemplary project management skills, excellent communication, and a good working knowledge of state and federal coastal program operations.
CSO is a 501(c)4 not-for-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1970. CSO represents the interests of the Governors of the nation’s coastal states and territories on legislative, regulatory, policy and program matters related to coastal, ocean and Great Lakes resources.
Responsibilities Programmatic: Manage a multi-state coastal and nearshore habitat project under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, including: Coordination with and project solicitation from 8 Great Lakes state coastal programs, and coordination with NOAA, EPA and relevant NGOs; Contract and budget development and management Project Planning and reporting. Develop and manage coastal policy, regulatory and management projects, including drafting public reports, hosting workshops and events, natural & nature based infrastructure (NNBI) project planning and implementation, and more. Provide strategic direction to CSO on working with state coastal zone management programs and NOAA’s Office of Coastal Management (OCM), including: Ensuring CSO and state coastal program goals are implemented as part of the NOAA coastal zone management strategic plan; Monitoring administrative developments on CZMA and other coastal management-related laws; and Providing input on OCM initiatives; Supporting organizational cooperative agreement with NOAA. Support strategic partnerships with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and/or other federal agencies, through, for example: Promoting state-federal cooperation via work with regional collaborations, such as the USACE Great Lakes Resiliency Study, South Atlantic Coastal Study, and othe
Assistant Director of Research
University of Connecticut JOB SUMMARY
The University of Connecticut (UConn) seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Research (Research Associate 1) in the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) to provide support for activities associated with the Resilient Connecticut project. CIRCA is a multi‐disciplinary center that coordinates applied research and engagement programs to develop and advance practical solutions to problems caused by changing climate.
The Assistant Director of Research (ADR) will coordinate a team developing hydrologic science and engineering that supports a project to develop a prototype resilience framework for Connecticut. With the supervision of the Executive Director, the ADR will coordinate the development, testing, and application of numerical models of flooding in complicated urban and rural areas to determine levels and patterns of flood risk. Assessment of the effectiveness of proposed risk reduction strategies will also be required.
Environmental Justice Community Coordinator
University of Connecticut The University of Connecticut (UConn) seeks applicants for the position of Environmental Justice Community Coordinator (Research Assistant 2) at the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) to provide support for and contribute to the development of an environmental justice mapping tool, as well as a pilot grants program for community partners to engage in hyper-local planning on the disproportionate impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities. CIRCA is a multi‐disciplinary center that coordinates applied research and engagement programs to develop and advance practical solutions to problems caused by changing climate. CIRCA is located on UConn’s Avery Point Campus in Groton, CT.
The Environmental Justice Community Coordinator (EJCC) will work with the CIRCA team, and closely with the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Office of Climate Planning (DEEP OCP), as well as, key stakeholders of the Connecticut Governor’s Council on Climate Change (GC3), Equity and Environmental Justice (EEJ) Working Group, to develop and implement a pilot grants program for EJ community partners; as well as lead associated engagement activities on behalf of CIRCA. Activities will include participating in the development and launch of an environmental justice mapping tool, the development and launch of the grants program, facilitating outreach activities to raise awareness and generate interest among EJ community partners, as well as, managing grant activities, organizing capacity-building workshops for grantees, and reporting on outcomes.
Director, Taylor Engineering Research Institute
University of North Florida Candidates for this position must have a proven record of research in any of the physical factors that affect natural and anthropogenic environments in coastal areas. Areas of expertise may include (but not limited to): coastal engineering, coastal physical oceanography, meteorology focusing on events affecting coasts, coastal geology and geomorphology, hydrology, physics, applied mathematics, and coastal resilience. As a faculty administrator, the director will be expected to teach courses that support the educational goals of the institute.
Required Qualifications: 1. Qualified for a tenured faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor or higher. 2. Substantial publication record in the coastal field. 3. Ability to direct and build a program of physical coastal studies at UNF. 4. Ability to provide graduate student support. 5. Ability to continue development of a strong academic program in coastal studies, 6. Ability to coordinate and continue development of a strong academic program in coastal studies at UNF.
Coastal Engineering Consultants Seeking confident, innovative individual, experienced with CADD Design and Civil3D to immediately contribute to Southwest Florida team, and be integral part of our future corporate expansion plans for Gulf region. Design and produce drawings, maps and exhibits in support of coastal, marine, survey, and environmental projects.
Multiple Positions in Climate Resilience
Project Vesta Project Vesta seeks applicants for a variety of roles including internships, entry-, and senior-level positions. We currently have positions available for individuals with experience in the following areas:
- Coastal Engineering - Field Science and Marine Geochemistry - Computational Modeling - Coastal Planning and Permitting
Project Vesta is a rapidly growing organization of scientists and entrepreneurs working to remove billions of tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through carbon negative coastal engineering projects and enhanced mineral weathering.
Coastal Engineer IV
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Water Resources Engineer
Tetra Tech We are currently seeking a Water Resources Engineer with stormwater engineering and green infrastructure design expertise for our Cocoa (preferred) or Jacksonville, Florida office. We are in search of a highly motivated team member to join our family of engineers and scientist who has a strong quantitative skillset to support municipal, state, federal and private projects in Florida, the southeast, and throughout the nation. This is an engaging and high impact position in which you will work closely with national industry leaders to support clients with permitting and compliance, stormwater management and design, green infrastructure (GI), low impact development (LID), hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) analysis, water quantity and water quality analysis, and watershed management projects. In addition, the Cocoa office supports dredging, port and coastal engineering, and assessment and remediation projects. In this position you will work as a team member to support routine and non-routine assignments related to environmental projects of substantial variety and complexity.
Responsibilities: • Support and/or lead stormwater management projects focused on green infrastructure and low impact development • Support and/or lead in the design analysis through application of quantitative and qualitative evaluation techniques • Support in the preparation of construction documents (plans and specifications) • Support cost-benefit analysis • Conduct hydrologic and hydraulic analysis • Perform water quantity and quality modelling • Analyse watershed and water quality data using GIS and statistical techniques • Develop or prepare descriptive charts, figures/maps, and tables/matrices • Perform writing assignments to contribute to project documentation and deliverables such as memos and reports • Provide design criteria and permitting support for stormwater, dredging, and other watershed projects • Assist with quality control and assurance
Texas Region Federal Water Resources Program Manager
Tetra Tech Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Over the last year we served more than 17,000 clients in 400 offices worldwide and are expanding our presence in the Houston and Galveston areas. In Texas, we have eight offices and over 500 staff.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, senior level, client facing program manager to expand our federal and local services within the Texas water market. Tetra Tech is currently engaged in several high profile programs and projects related to complex USACE flood risk reduction projects as well as FEMA-funded Hurricane Recovery efforts where we are currently working closely with local sponsors such as the Government Land Office (GLO), Texas Department of Transportation, and other local government agencies. Tetra Tech is a leading provider for the USACE Civil Works program, and maintains prime contracts throughout the nation, including national contracts in support of the dam and levee safety program and research programs for the Institute of Water Resources. Our team is currently working on large scale, innovative solutions for the coastal protection program and we expect that additional exciting opportunities will be captured as we serve the needs of Texas in the coming months and years ahead. We are looking for an experienced Program Manager that has the management skills, local knowledge, and initiative that can help lead the delivery of our current federal water resource program, leverage our national reputation and expertise, and further grow our Texas federal water market share.
Coastal Scientist/Project Lead
Woods Hole Group, Inc. Client-oriented member of Coastal Sciences & Planning Team focused on supporting permitting activities and managing shore protection, hazard mitigation, climate resilience, dredging and sediment management and coastal restoration projects. Assist in delivering high quality, on-time, and cost-effective work products. Interface directly with clients, lead project teams, and help develop new business opportunities.
Team Leader – Coastal Engineering & Modeling
Woods Hole Group, Inc Serve as Team Leader for nationwide Coastal Engineering and Modeling group. Act as a consultant and project manager on coastal engineering and modeling projects. Mentor and manage team staff and oversee projects within the team. Maintain intimate knowledge of team operations. Facilitate implementation of corporate business management practices and procedures via communication of those management objectives to the team. Ensure delivery of the revenue portion of the business plan. Provide guidance and direction on technical needs and approach to conducting coastal engineering and modeling projects relating to: o Shoreline and habitat restoration o Coastal hazards o Climate resilience planning o Dredging and navigation o Water quality o Design of waterfront and coastal structures
Metocean Systems and Equipment Technician
Woods Hole Group, Inc Woods Hole Group's Bourne, Massachusetts Corporate Office is actively recruiting for recent marine science graduate with strong software programing and coding skills to work as a member of the Energy and Mines Business Unit Metocean Measurement and Systems Team, with key focus on the design, integration and testing or real-time metocean (meteorological and oceanographic) monitoring systems, development of near-real-time data management and web-based display systems, preparation and operation of metocean instrumentation and assisting with field operations.
Woods Hole Group, Inc Woods Hole Group's Bourne, Massachusetts Corporate Office is actively recruiting for an individual to join the Coastal Engineering & Modeling Team, focused on drafting plans for climate resilience, wetland restoration, and shore protection/restoration projects.
Post-doctoral Research Assistantships
University of South Alabama We have funding to support multiple post-doctoral students to work on a variety of coastal resilience projects. An ideal candidate will possess a PhD in coastal engineering, oceanography, marine science, or a closely related field. Candidates should have a strong background in programming (e.g., MATLAB, R, Python, etc.), GIS, spatio-temporal data analysis, and the ability to prepare and apply hydrodynamic models. Familiarity with models like Delft3D, XBeach, ADCIRC, SWAN, etc. is preferred but not required. The positions generally require the ability to perform fieldwork in and on the water.
Please contact Bret Webb for more information: email@example.com
Graduate Coastal Engineer
AECOM •Builds analytic and design skills •Conducts engineering design under the supervision of an experienced engineer •Creates designs, calculations, sketches, diagrams, schematic drawings, and final working drawings under the supervision of an experienced engineer •Uses computer software as a tool for solving basic engineering problems •Performs work in accordance with agreed upon budget and schedule under supervision
The successful candidate will have relevant experience/interest in one or more of the following areas: coastal engineering, coastal restoration and resilience, coastal planning, climate adaptation, coastal hydrology and hydrodynamics, wave mechanics, nature-based solutions, sediment management and geomorphology, ports and maritime engineering, coastal analyses, and coastal structure design. Candidates with a strong water resources engineering or environmental engineering background and an interest in developing coastal engineering skills will also be considered. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing specific engineering analysis and design tasks, as well as limited portions of broader assignments, and will receive close supervision, guidance, and mentoring from experienced engineers in the office.
Minimum Requirements: •Bachelor’s degree in Coastal, Ocean, Civil or Environmental Engineering or related field
Preferred Qualifications: •EIT Certification •Familiarity with AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and/or ArcGIS •Proficiency with Microsoft Office