Welcome back to spring quarter! We have scheduled our milestone workshops for the second and third weeks of the quarter. Milestones include graduating with either a thesis or non-thesis master’s degree (whether continuing on to the PhD program or not), taking a General Exam or finishing your PhD with your final exam. If you are unable to make these workshops we are able to meet with you individual but the group setting is recommended. This information is for any student potentially planning on reaching one of these milestones during Spring or Summer quarter.
Masters Graduation Workshop (The first half will be for all Master’s students and the second half will include information for Thesis Master’s students only.)
More 110 @1:30
General Exam Workshop
More 110 @ 1:30
Final Exam Workshop
More 110 @ 2:30
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.
- 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/
Please join us for the first CEE Water Seminar of the quarter on Thursday, April 18th at 3:30 pm in More Hall Room 225.
Speaker: Dr. Curtis Deutsch, School of Oceanography
Title: To be Confirmed
Dr. Curtis Deutsch received his PhD in 2003 from Princeton University in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Washington School of Oceanography. Dr. Deutsch’s research aims at understanding the interactions between climate and ecosystems. He combines numerical models with diverse types of biological and physical data to discover the biogeochemical cycles in the ocean, with a focus on the mechanisms that regulate nutrients and oxygen cycling over a range of time scales from years to millennia. He also works with terrestrial ecologists to understand how climate influences the patterns of thermal fitness, and their implications for biodiversity in a changing climate. He received an Investigator Award from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and is a Fellow of the Kavli Frontiers of Science.
Reminder: The CEE Water Seminar
calendar can be found here: http://depts.washington.edu/watersem/
. At this link you can also nominate a speaker as well as add the CEE Water Seminar
calendar to your personal Google Calendar. For further questions about the CEE Water Seminar
, please e-mail email@example.com
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
Anchor QEA Seeking Summer Interns for Various Office Locations
Anchor QEA is seeking interns across a broad range of disciplines, in multiple office locations across the country, for our 2019 summer internship program. Interns will have the unique experience of hands on work within their scope of study, as well as the opportunity for exposure to other service areas within our firm. Interns will walk away with a foundational knowledge of environmental engineering, consulting, planning and restoration, and science. You’ll even have a chance to work with Principal and senior-level professionals, assisting them with project-related tasks and gaining insight into the world of professional consulting.
Check it out and fell free to distribute to potential candidates. We will have internship at:
Candidates will need to complete the internship application and send along with their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are referring a candidate, remind them to include your name in the “referred by” section of the application.
For any recruiting questions related to internships and any other hiring, please email email@example.com
The City of Bellevue Transportation Department has several openings for engineering interns, including one for current freshmen and sophomores and one for upperclassmen and graduate students. Please see the following descriptions:
The Transportation Engineering Intern II will work within Bellevue’s Traffic Engineering group, which manages the city’s daily traffic operations. These operations include traffic signals, street lighting, signage, and multimodal traffic solutions. We are seeking a student in their freshman or sophomore year (graduation date later than June 2021).
The Intelligent Transportation Systems Intern II/III will work within Bellevue’s Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) group, which manages the city’s daily traffic signal and ITS system. This system includes a fully adaptive traffic signal system, a state-of-the-art traffic surveillance system and multiple other traffic operational tools. We are seeking juniors, seniors, or graduate students with at least one full year of school left to fill this position.
The Neighborhood Traffic Safety Services (NTSS) Intern will working within Bellevue’s Neighborhood Traffic Safety Services group to assist with the city’s pedestrian safety, school safety, neighborhood parking, and traffic calming projects. Through a variety of programs and projects, staff members work to address resident concerns through education efforts and traffic safety projects.
Please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bellevuewa for more information and to apply.
The closing dates for these are closing soon so apply now!!
Are you interested in making a difference? If so, then you should become a conference presenter!
Share your strategies for advancing our northern regions at the 2019 Developing Northern Australia Conference. We want to hear from you!
Enjoy the unique scenery of Western Australia’s Pilbara region while sharing your research, strategies and experiences in economic, environmental and community development.
Apply Here: https://northaust.org.au/abstract-submissions/
The future of regional Australia is in your hands – do you have information to share?
Become a presenter at the 2019 Australian Regional Development Conference and take the stand to inform others on the challenges, opportunities and experiences faced in your regional area.
View 2019 Topics:https://regionaldevelopment.org.au/present/
Applications to present at the 2019 Liveable Cities Conference are now open!
This is your opportunity to share insight and present your research, projects or future plans for creating healthy, sustainable spaces to live, work and play.
Find out more: https://liveablecities.org.au/submit-an-abstract/
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 @ firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also apply through handshake with this link below:
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
● 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
● 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.
● 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.
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: email@example.com
with the following subject line: Great Lakes.
Freestone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Veteran Friendly.