- B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in Civil or Geological Engineering. A geotechnical emphasis is required.
- Five to 15 years of progressive experience in geotechnical engineering for dams, levees, and water resources projects.
- Proficiency in slope stability, seepage, deformation, and other geotechnical modeling and analyses.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience working collaboratively in a team environment.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to lead junior engineers to perform field investigations and geotechnical analyses, and prepare reports.
- Ability to lead juniors engineers and develop designs, drawings, and specifications for dams, reservoirs, and heavy civil projects.
- Colorado Professional Engineer license or ability to obtain Colorado P.E. within 6 months of hire.
Work will include development and supervision of geotechnical field investigations, geotechnical calculations, civil design for dams and water resource projects, and report preparation. Geotechnical analyses will include static and dynamic stability analyses, steady state and transient seepage analyses, deformation analysis, and evaluation of field and laboratory test data. Other duties include preparation of design drawings and specifications for heavy civil water resources projects, supervision of cost estimating, and construction administration. Willingness to travel on temporary assignments as needed.