Environmental Engineer

Description

Alliance Technical Group's Environmental Consulting Division is GROWING!

We are looking for an Environment Engineer to join our environmental consulting team. If you have 8 - 15+ years of experience and are looking for an opportunity to take your career to the next level, then APPLY today! One of our Talent Acquisition Advisors will contact you immediately. This position can be remote or can be located at one of our ATG Environmental Consulting locations throughout the United States.

At Alliance, we are committed to fostering a workplace and community that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion as core values. We believe that a diverse and inclusive environment not only enriches our organization, but also strengthens our ability to innovate, collaborate, and succeed.

The primary function of this position is to support our water resources projects and environmental engineering efforts. Key disciplines will include hydrologic and water quality/watershed assessment and modeling, data management and analysis, wastewater treatment analysis and design, water resources related permitting support (NPDES, 404/408, water quality standards, SPCC, etc.), and stormwater quality/management.

Role and Responsibilities
  • Prepare technical documents and review/edit the work products of other employees.
  • Create documents to support pollution prevention and spill preparedness in accordance with State and Federal regulations.
  • Stamp plans as required by regulatory authorities.
  • Provide engineering support for wetlands/stream restoration projects.
  • Perform hydrologic/hydraulic analysis and modeling of stream and river systems.
  • Setup and run water quality and watershed models and provide support for other modeling efforts.
  • Support the environmental compliance efforts for municipal and industrial clients.
  • Contribute to engineering designs for stormwater controls, wastewater/water treatment systems.
  • Direct the development of Civil/Environmental design documents (conceptual, preliminary, final).
  • Develop capital construction cost estimates using regional indices and vendor-provided information.
  • Communication with project teams, clients in the office and on-site and regulatory agencies.
  • Participation in information gathering at industrial facilities.
  • Personal management of time and tasks including clear communication with team.

Required Education and Experience
  • Education: Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, and/or Environmental/Civil Engineering) from ABET Accredited, four-year college or university or foreign equivalent
  • Registered Professional Engineer (PE) from an accredited State Program is a MUST
  • Proficient computer skills with Microsoft Suite (Word, MS Excel, Outlook), and AutoCAD
  • Experience: 8 - 15+ years with hydrologic and water quality/watershed assessment and modeling, data management and analysis, wastewater treatment analysis and design, water resources related permitting support (NPDES, 404/408, water quality standards, SPCC, etc.), and stormwater quality/management.

Preferred Skills:
Qual2 modeling (or similar), Wastewater Treatment Troubleshooting and design, statistics, npdes permitting, stormwater management, lid, swat modeling, hydrological analysis of rivers and streams, HEC-RAS hydraulic modeling.

Salary Range: negotiable

Location: Bryant, AR

Physical Demands
Some field work will be required

Limited Travel: to client sites

Additional Notes
The ideal candidate may not have experience in all listed preferred skills but will have some understanding of each category.