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Graduate Engineer - Land Development - Raleigh

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  • You need a degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, Engineering Intern Certification, CAD Civil 3D proficiency, design project experience, strong organization and communication skills, and the ability to work flexibly and collaboratively. NC residency preferred.
  • You will provide technical design support for civil engineering projects, prepare computations, drawings, and specifications, communicate with team members, and ensure projects meet design standards on time and within budget.

Graduate Job



  • We have an exciting opportunity to join our Planning, Development and Natural Resources (PDNR) team as a Engineer Intern, Land Development. If you want to work at a company that will help you become the best you can be, we’re glad you found McKim & Creed.


  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering.
  • Engineering Intern Certification
  • Proficient in CAD Civil 3D and capable of learning other design software programs as required.
  • Experience with design of land development projects preferred.
  • Process-oriented individual with strong organization and technical skills.
  • Solid communicator, able to take and understand directives from PM and coordinate efforts with design team.
  • Strong writing and verbal skills; Able to complete work consistently, with moderate flexibility to accommodate varying demands put on them by PMs.
  • May or may not require a valid driver's license and an acceptable motor vehicle and criminal record.
  • NC residency preferred.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Provides technical and design services in support of civil engineering projects as part of a project team
  • Prepares design computations and assessments.
  • Produces design/construction drawings, technical specifications, and bid documents.
  • Reports directly to their Project Manager.
  • Responsible for completing design tasks within budget and on schedule.
  • Communicate and coordinate with Project Manager and design team on design issues and calculations relating to a project.
  • Stays current with Local, State & Federal Design Standards and Regulations.


Work type

Full time

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