Water Resources Senior Engineer - 1923

Transportation and Infrastructure Baltimore, Maryland


Description

STV currently has an opening in our Baltimore (Woodlawn) office for a Water Resources Senior Engineer for our Transportation and Infrastructure division.

STV is an award-winning national leader consistently ranking among the country's top companies in the design and planning of infrastructure and transportation systems. More than 100 years old, the firm provides comprehensive architectural, engineering, planning, environmental, and construction management services for public and private sector clients.  As an employee-owned firm, our success is the direct result of our employees' commitment to innovation and quality across all 40 offices and over 2000 people nationwide.

We have a thriving Transportation & Infrastructure practice with a close-knit, team-oriented group that is growing rapidly.  Due to our success, we need to continue to add resources to assist with the delivery of our current extensive backlog of work.  This backlog includes tasks associated with various infrastructure improvement projects for MDOT as well as numerous municipal, institutional, and private sector clients. 

This role offers unlimited opportunities to manage projects, mentor junior staff, interact directly with clients, while promoting the culture of a healthy work-life balance. This role offers the opportunity to function as a key resource in support of our other offices and have a direct impact on the improvement of infrastructure nationally. 

This position offers excellent potential for career advancement as this individual would assist other senior staff in guiding transportation agencies in Maryland. The ideal candidate is an individual who desires to lead a team, displays confidence, and possesses a vast understanding of hydraulic design principles, erosion and sediment control and stormwater management.

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing professional design services for transportation improvement projects for MDOT (SHA, MDTA, MTA and MPA), Baltimore City and other County/City agencies.
  • Developing design plans including storm drains, culverts, storm water management, ESD facilities and erosion and sediment control.
  • Obtaining stormwater and erosion and sediment control permits.
  • Coordinating design development and assisting with technical direction to other design staff.
  • Coordinating with the design team to achieve quality deliverables within the established schedule and budget.
  • Assisting with the development of specifications, cost estimates and technical reports.
  • Establishing working relationships and interfacing with client technical staff and project managers.
  • Mentoring supporting water resource design staff.
  • Attending project meetings with clients, sub-consultants, and the project team.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Civil/Environmental Engineering or related field
  • MD Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred
  • Experience in all technical aspects of Water Resources Engineering - design of storm drains, culverts, storm water management, ESD facilities, erosion and sediment control, and environmental permitting
  • Experience using hydrologic and hydraulic software such as GISHydro, TR-55, TR-20, HY-8, and HEC-RAS. HydroCAD, SWMM and FlowMaster experience is a plus.
  • Proficient with MicroStation.
  • MDOT and MD municipal client experience is a plus
  • Familiarity with NPDES permit requirements of municipalities and other government entities.
  • Knowledge of Chesapeake Bay TMDL requirements preferred
  • Minimum of 11 years of progressive water resource design experience
  • Proficient with MicroStation Inroads/OpenRoads modeling and ESRI ArcGIS preferred
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Must be able to fulfill essential job functions in a consistent state of alertness and safe manner

STV, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to equal opportunity for all. Company practices and employment decisions, including those regarding recruitment, hiring, assignment, promotion and compensation, shall not be based on any person’s race, creed, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sex stereotyping, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin or immigration status, age, mental or physical disability, ancestry, medical condition, marital or partnership status, status, reproductive health decisions, military or veteran status, performance of duty in a uniformed service, citizenship status, sexual orientation, genetic information, political party affiliation, status as a victim of domestic violence or as a victim of sex offenses or stalking, unemployment status, salary history, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation status, expunged juvenile record, place of residence or business, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, regulation or ordinance.