Consor Engineers

Senior Engineer - Water Resources Structures

Job Locations US-FL-Miami | US-FL-Fort Myers | US-TN-Nashville
ID 2024-3407
Water Resources
Position Type
Regular Full-Time

The Opportunity

Are you passionate about the future of Water Resources and the impact on our Nation's infrastructure and looking to join a talented team that will inspire and challenge you? At Consor, we provide opportunities to advance your career with an established firm that values its employees and provides opportunities for growth.   This opportunity will allow you to apply your technical skills to develop creative transportation solutions and refine your leadership abilities. You will work with talented professionals in an open and friendly work environment, where personal and professional growth is encouraged, and hard work is rewarded. 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

As a Senior Engineer- Structures for the Water Resources team a part of your responsibilities will include planning, design, and construction support for Water Resources and applicable Structural projects.   We will count on you to:

  • Oversee the structural engineering practice within Consor Engineering Water Resources  business line.

  • Ensure that work is consistent with Consor Engineering and industry design standards

  • Provide high level QA/QC of engineering plans and specifications

  • Provide Project Management on high profile and/or complex water/ww/water resources structural projects

  • As required, provide structural engineering design services to Consor projects in water/ww/water resources, Coastal and Transportation projects

  • Lead regular practice group meetings to review and update design standard plates, specifications and design documentation criteria

  • Lead and/or assist in business development activities for structural engineering projects or structural elements of larger pursuits in other Consor vertical business lines

  • Lead/assist in the Identification of individual key/strategic hires for Consor Engineering

  • Lead/assist in the Identification and screening of key firms for acquisition into Consor Engineering

  • Provides leadership on structural engineering elements of key client and project pursuits

  • Actively participates in key industry conferences, tradeshows and events

  • Work with multi-disciplinary technical teams
  • Manage work programs, project schedules, and budgets
  • Provide excellent client service
  • Write technical memoranda, engineering reports, and planning studies
  • Develop and deliver complete design and project bid packages
  • Provide construction support
  • Assist with business development and winning the next project (proposal and SOQ writing)     

Required Credentials

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
  • Minimum of 10 years relevant civil engineering experience
  • Project management experience on Water Resources and applicable structures projects
  • Experience managing public-sector projects (state, county, city, and federal).
  • Ability to lead, train, motivate, and work within a team
  • Ability to develop productive, long-term relationships and communicate with clients, peers, multi-disciplinary teams, and management 
  • Project management experience, including developing scopes of work, reviewing invoices, and managing client communications
  • Ability to manage several subconsultants and internal staff on a multi-disciplinary team
  • Design and construction support experience with transportation projects
  • Experience mentoring junior staff
  • Prior consulting experience managing municipal (state, county, city) projects
  • Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and MS Project
  • Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or MicroStation
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently with multiple priorities
  • Attention to detail, delivering quality work products, and excellent client service



Additional Preferred Qualifications




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