Water Resources Engineer - Hydraulic Modeling - FL, NC, SC

Job Information
Category: Engineer
Job Status: 
Job Title: 
Water Resources Engineer - Hydraulic Modeling
Job Location:
Columbia, SC; Raleigh, NC; Fort Myers, FL

Job Description: McCormick Taylor is seeking an experienced, self-motivated Water Resources Engineer with a background in Water Resources Engineering, a specialty in Hydraulic Modeling and 5-10+ years' experience. The Water Resources Group projects range from flood studies, floodplain and dam breach analysis and drainage improvements to storm drain design, structure crossings, stormwater retrofits, MS4 support, and stream/outfall restoration. This position will provide technical assistance for multiple geographical areas, with occasional travel and online coordination with water resources staff throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, with a base in one of the following offices: Baltimore, MD; Richmond, VA; Raleigh, NC; Columbia, SC; Fort Myers, FL.

Job Requirements: Technical Responsibilities: Hydrologic and Hydraulic modeling using software including WinTR-55/TR-20, Pondpack, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS and HEC-1. Experience with modeling software such as HEC-RAS2D, TUFLOW2D, XPSWMM, SRH-2D, ICPR and/or other 2D software a big plus. Preparation of technical analysis studies and reports and presentation to clients/public. Collection and analysis of field data, as-built plans and engineering reports to establish existing conditions and identify critical areas for design criteria. Design of stormwater management systems for water quality and quantity control. Preparation of drainage, soil erosion and sediment control, utility relocation, right-of-way, staging and construction plans, specifications and engineering estimates for water resources and transportation projects. Dam inspection and hazard classification analysis; experience here is a plus. Working knowledge of Federal, State and local jurisdiction design standards and permitting regulations a big plus. Additional Opportunities: Technical mentoring, management and development of junior design and engineering staff, commensurate with experience. Technical training and enrichment, conference attendance/presentation. Development of client marketing and team management skills. Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a strong understanding of Hydrologic and Hydraulic principles and practices. The candidate must have strong interpersonal and communications skills. Experience with multiple hydraulic analysis platforms/models as noted above. FEMA Floodplain coordination and permitting experience a plus. Familiarity with public sector clients in state(s) between Maryland and Florida; multiple market experience is a plus. Certification Required: The successful candidate must be a Registered Professional Engineer with the ability to gain reciprocity in multiple states.

Salary Information: Based on Experience

How to Apply: For more information please email Jason Hetrick PE, CFM, Senior Manager - Water Resources at [email protected]

Organization Information
McCormick Taylor
Point of Contact: 
Jason Hetrick
1441 Main Street, Ste 875
Zip Code: 
[email protected]