Post Masters RA – Watershed Hydrobiogeochemical Modeling

Job Description

The candidate for this position will study the hydrologic and biogeochemical processes associated with river- groundwater exchange at watershed scale utilizing a suite of simulation codes, for example, subsurface flow and reactive transport code PFLOTRAN, Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), WRF-Hydro, and their equivalents. The candidate will be expected to participate in the development of novel conceptual models for modeling real-world flow and biogeochemical transport at various catchments within the Columbia River Basin. The candidate will work with a multi-disciplinary team of computational and experimental scientists to understand how the watershed-scale hydrologic and nutrient cycling is impacted by the hydrologic exchanges between the surface water and groundwater. This position will require numerical modeling, data analyses and visualization in a high performance computing environment.

Closing Date: April 29, 2019 – closing soon!

More Information: https://pnnl.jobs/richland-wa/post-masters-ra-watershed-hydrobiogeochemical-modeling/BBA907FD315F48E9814E6290E81E8486/job/

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Project Geomorphologist Job Opportunity

Job Overview
Conduct field surveys of river and floodplain shape and elevation, gather pipeline elevation data, and
assist in general field data collection efforts describing river geomorphic conditions and processes.
Additional data collection efforts may include kayaking, canoeing, and working from a motor boat.
Assessment of potential bank instability. Field work will typically require travel away from home for
between two to four weeks. Office work supporting erosion and scour assessments at water crossings
and identifying flood related risks to pipeline integrity. Additional work may include acoustical
assessments of river processes.
Office work may be conducted from a home office. Field work typically requires multiple weeks away
from home and travel across North America.

Key Responsibilities

  • Field data collection efforts and desktop hydrology, hydraulic, and scour and erosion assessments.
  • Support and lead report efforts.
  • Other duties as assigned

Interested? Email jbarry@geomorphic-solutions.com

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Geotechnical field technician and a Geotechnical Engineer

GEO Group Northwest, Inc. has openings for field technicians, geologists and geotechnical engineers.

Geo Group Northwest, Inc. was founded in 1990 and is locally owned and operated. We have geologist and engineers employed and are looking to add another member to our team. We provide geotechnical and environmental consultation services on a large variety of projects, from small private residential projects to large public works. GEO Group Northwest prepares geotechnical engineering studies for building structures, landslide stabilization, shoring wall design, foundation design, seismic analysis, and water main replacement.

Our current projects include shopping centers subdivisions, single family residences, landslide stabilizations and critical areas development.

Job Functions:

  • Field Technicians
  • Construction Monitoring Services:
  • · Soil compaction testing via nuclear Densometer
  • · Pile Installation
  • · Report Writing

Other duty may be assigned as needed and additional training provided.

Requirements:

  • Education: 2 year associates Degree in Geology, Civil Engineering, and Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineers: recent grads encouraged to apply
  • · Excellence verbal and written communication skills, written reports are required for this position.
  • · Strong attention to detail
  • · Able to juggle multiple projects at one time
  • · Ability to effectively work independently and in a team environment
  • · Willing to work in the field
  • · Possess reliable transportation to access job sites and a valid driver’s license in good standing

Junior-Level Water Resources Engineer

Job Details

Description

Looking for a place to advance your career? A place where you can work with industry recognized professionals who are engaged with great staff like you to solve challenging water resources problems? If so, then Geosyntec is the place for you! As a junior-level water resources engineer or engineer-in-training in our water resources and engineering practice in Portland, OR; Seattle, WA or Denver, CO offices, you will apply your academic knowledge and practical experience to real-world situations related to surface water systems, water supply, regulatory compliance, resource management, and engineering analysis, planning, and design while also learning and expanding your business skills for a successful consulting career. We also engage our staff in industry leading national applied research efforts to help advance the state of our practice and continue to help build our tools and knowledge base to serve our clients.

Our clients continue to ask us to address their ongoing new ventures and challenges involving the environment, water and natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Ranked by Engineering News Record (ENR) in the top 20 design firms for the environment, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical skill, broad experience, and exceptional client service. Learn more by visiting www.geosyntec.com.

 

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Structural Engineering Job opening at SAIFUL BOUQUET STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS, INC.

SAIFUL BOUQUET STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS, INC.
Saiful Bouquet Structural Engineers, Inc. (SBI), an award winning large structural engineering firm with high-profile
clients and mega-projects, is looking for dynamic structural engineers to join our expanding team of professionals.

Upcoming graduates looking for work in the Los Angeles or San Diego area.  Our structural engineering firm is based in Pasadena and we have recently opened a Downtown Los Angeles office as well.  We also have another office in San Diego and are hiring for all three locations.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary
  • 401k Plan
  •  Generous Health Benefits
  • Professional Development
  •  Visa Sponsorship

Interested? Email your resume to

mskokan@SaifulBouquet.com or careers@SaifulBoquet.com

And check their website!! –> http://www.saifulbouquet.com/

Engineer 1 + Eligibility for Snohomish Public works – CLOSING SOON

Snohomish County Public Works is seeking enthusiastic, talented individuals to fill key Engineer I positions in our Engineering Services Design team.  The Engineer I will assist with the preparation of plans for a wide range of capital projects improving this fast-growing, thriving County in the Puget Sound area.   An Eligibility Register will also be created to fill future vacancies in Engineering Services. The Eligibility Register will be active for six months.

Location: Everett, WA

Department: Public works

Closing: 4/2/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

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Bykonen Carter Quinn Structural Engineer Job posting

Entry Level Design Engineer/EIT

Bykonen Carter Quinn is a small structural engineering design firm specializing in architectural structures. We are located in Seattle’s Denny Regrade neighborhood. We provide a flexible and dynamic work environment.

Bykonen Carter Quinn is looking for an entry-level BSCE or MS graduate structural engineer. The successful candidate will have taken the standard structural design courses and be familiar with the design and analysis of concrete, steel, and wood building structures.

Preferred qualifications include: Strong verbal and written communication skills, EIT Certification or intent to obtain licensure. The ability to work well with others and under the direction of Principal or Project Engineer is critical. Experience with Revit Structure is highly desired.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and offer competitive compensation and benefits including a 401k retirement plan, medical and dental insurance.

Please send a resume and letter of interest to Tom Bykonen, SE @ tmb@bcq-se.com 

You can also apply through handshake with this link below:

https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2340842

 

Freestone Environmental services inc Job position

Freestone Environmental Services, Inc. (www.gofreestone.com) is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm, seeks an Environmental Scientist to support cleanup and restoration of contaminated sites in the Great Lakes Region. This individual will work with NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R, http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/),
Assessment and Restoration Division (ARD) under the Damage Assessment, Remediation, and Restoration Program (DARRP-www.DARRP.noaa.gov/) and support restoration efforts as part of NOAA’s Great Lakes Habitat Restoration
Program. This position will be based out of either NOAA’s Seattle, WA or Ann Arbor, MI office.

OR&R’s mission is to protect and restore coastal and marine resources injured by the release of oil or hazardous
substances or direct physical impacts such as vessel groundings. Additionally, OR&R has been involved in the
interagency Great Lakes Restoration Initiative since fiscal year 2010. Responsibilities of the incumbent generally will
include providing support for NOAA’s Great Lakes Restoration Initiative efforts. Specific responsibilities include those
listed below.

Core Responsibilities:
● Employee shall provide recommendations for integrating restoration and recovery into cleanup plans for hazardous
waste sites including Torch Lake Area of Concern (AOC) (MI).
● Employee shall evaluate Great Lakes Restoration Initiative AOCs to support restoration.
● Employee shall recommend and participate in monitoring projects to ensure cleanup or restoration objectives are met.
● Employee shall support NOAA’s efforts under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, such as developing project
templates (proposals); managing activities of principal investigators; budgeting and prioritizing expenditures;
resolving billing and spending concerns; and coordinating with other GLRI activities.
● Employee shall coordinate and connect OR&R Assessment and Restoration Division’s activities occurring in the
Great Lakes such as DIVER development, AOC data management and DARRP case work with other regional NOAA
activities.
Qualifications:
Required Qualifications:
● Master’s or Doctorate degree in environmental science, preferably in one of more of the following sub-disciplines:
aquatic toxicology, environmental chemistry, coastal ecology, environmental engineering; or environmental policy
with an emphasis in quantitative analysis.
● Strong verbal and writing skills.
● Strong computer and analytical skills
● Self-motivated, energetic, strategic thinker.
● Ability to work independently.
Desired Qualifications:
● Familiarity with the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
● Experience in managing complex environmental projects, including building consensus around goals and objectives,
and tracking and reporting on accomplishments.
● Experience in assessing risk or injury to contaminated Great Lakes coastal aquatic species and habitats.

Term: This is a one-year position, with annual renewals possible.

To Apply:
Please submit your resume, the contact information for three (3) references, Freestone application form
(https://www.gofreestone.com/Careers.html), and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications meet the requirements
of the position and whether you have a preference for the job location (Seattle or Ann Arbor) to: jobs@gofreestone.com
with the following subject line: Great Lakes.

Freestone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran Friendly.

Pacific Groundwater Group Engineering and Scientist job openings

Two Job Openings: Scientists or Engineers:

PGG of Seattle, Washington seeks to hire two Scientists or Engineers with a
Master’s Degree or PhD. Our projects range from remedial investigations/feasibility studies and cleanups to Superfund sediments allocation and forensics to water resource and land use hydrogeology. Because of our size and
strong reputation, we generally are able to choose projects that are interesting
and offer technical challenges.

We are looking for two people to join our team who have most of the following:

• Master’s degree in geology, hydrogeology, geochemistry, or related field
• Background in environmental remediation, aqueous geochemistry, isotopes,
and environmental geochemistry; fate and transport of organics and metals,
chemical forensics and statistics (R or Python, etc.)
• Theoretical and applied understanding of groundwater flow, production well
design and testing, water rights mitigation, well hydraulics, vadose zone processes, contaminant transport, data management, and groundwater modeling
• Strong writing and verbal ability
• Ability to discern what is important, to observe important details, to integrate
details into a global understanding, and to communicate that information
• Good organizational skills
• Strong self-initiation
• Eagerness to assist in field efforts, analysis, and reporting

PGG is a small (staff of 18), highly technical groundwater and environmental firm.
We consult for private and public clients in the Northwest and elsewhere. PGG
was founded in 1987 and is an equal opportunity employer. We value and appreciate creativity, quality work, a team approach, a sense of humor, and a balanced
life. We have an associate program that builds employees successfully into ownership.

If you are qualified and interested in immediate employment with PGG, please
send a resume (email only) to:
HR@pgwg.com Subject: Employment

Job Opportunity: The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (AKDOT&PF) Engineering Assistant I, II, or III

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (AKDOT&PF) is recruiting Engineering Assistants to fill multiple vacancies within the Bridge Design office in Juneau, Alaska.

This position is flexibility staffed and may be filled at the Engineering Assistant I, II, or III level depending on the applicant’s training and/or experience. This is a full-time job with many benefits such as insurance care and retirement benefits to keep you living well!

This position is open to all applicants and recruiting for this position closes at 5:00 PM on Thursday, March 21, 2019. And all applications must be through Workplace Alaska in order to be considered.

Please contact Larry Owen at Larry.Owen@alaska.gov or 907-465-8897 with any questions. 

Link to job application:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alaska/jobs/2359900/engineering-assistant-i-ii-iii-25-0202