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Water Resources Engineer Task Manager


O'Brien Engineering, Inc. has an immediate opening for a full-time Civil Engineer / Water Resources Engineer Task Manager who has a background in water resources and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering or Water Resources or similar and 5+ years of experience. Project types and duties include a mix between task management and the technical: floodplain mapping and analysis, floodplain reclamation studies, hydraulic/hydrologic/hydrodynamic modeling, drainage analysis and design, some general civil engineering, dam break analysis, etc. Clients vary: federal, state, local government, and private clients. The successful candidate will have experience utilizing software packages such as HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, HEC-GeoHMS, HEC-GeoRAS, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, XPSWMM, etc. We are seeking an individual who has a positive attitude, is resourceful, enjoys learning, desires to learn and grow in a small office environment, and shares our values in client satisfaction and producing high quality results.
The role will require negligible travel, offers competitive salary, benefits (including health, dental, vision, retirement), and other miscellaneous benefits. Office hours are from 8AM - 5PM.

Requirements:
Engineer-in-Training or Professional Engineer in Texas
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Water Resources
5+ years of experience in a related field/role
Past experience in a related field/role in Texas

To apply, must send all three, attention Sarah Cole:
1. Resume
2. Cover letter detailing experience and any gaps of employment; must address the above requirements and highlight why you would be a good candidate for this position
3. Note desired salary


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