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Entry Level Civil Engineer

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GHD

Oct 30

Applications are closed

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Engineering
    Sustainability
  • Houston

Requirements

  • Bachelor's and/or Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with a focus in Environmental Engineering preferred
  • No more than 3 years of experience
  • Engineer in Training Certification and applicable internship experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD
  • Knowledge of modeling and design software (i.e. REVIT, PCSWMM, etc.) as applicable
  • Involvement in professional organization preferred

Responsibilities

  • Assisting Engineers by performing the routine aspects for engineering assignments
  • Performing design calculations
  • Preparing and editing designs recommended by Project Engineers
  • Preparing portions of project documents including drawings and specifications
  • Researching code and regulatory requirements
  • Researching design options, component specifications and document findings for Project Engineers and Job Manager
  • Involvement in Construction including site inspections, review of shop drawings, and responding to contractor’s questions; as needed, prepare alternate designs to resolve construction challenges
  • Performing analysis and design retrofit of new and existing facilities
  • What you will bring to the team:

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