We are seeking an experienced, mid-level, licensed Civil Engineer to join our infrastructure and design services team full-time. Ideally, this person would be located in our Seattle office to work with the civil engineering/landscape design team and projects, but opportunities are also available in MIG’s other offices in Berkeley or Los Angeles, California, Denver, Colorado or San Antonio, Texas. Proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination is required for all MIG staff.
- Collaborative Teammate: You will work as part of a cross-office, cross-discipline team of designers (landscape architects, architects and civil engineers) and urban planners that provides services and consultation in civil engineering; utility infrastructure planning and design; site infrastructure planning and design; stormwater and GIS|LID; streets and mobility for public and private clients across the U.S.
- Project Work: You will be working with teams to create innovative civil engineering design solutions; assist with preparation of plans, technical reports and construction specifications documents; prepare calculations, quantity take-offs and construction cost estimates; complete stormwater modeling and design; provide construction administration support; and work closely with entry/junior-level staff to support their ability to work on projects.
- Project Types: Typical projects include providing enhance mobility for all in the public right-of-way; walking our state parks to verify and recommend replacement of aging infrastructure; create passive and active play area in newly designed parks; work behind-the-scenes to develop animal exhibits for zoos.
To accomplish the responsibilities, you will be able to manage competing priorities, think critically and creatively, work as part of a collaborative team in an open environment, and maintain a sense of humor and camaraderie. In addition, you have some combination of the following qualifications:
- A Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
- A Professional Engineer licensure (licensure in California or multiple states is a plus.)
- Willingness and ability to travel to project sites in various states.
- You are familiar with Department of Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington.
- Experience with preparing plans, specifications, estimate of probable costs and technical information reports. You have strong technical written and verbal communication skills.
- You are an adaptable teammate who is willing to pitch in, train, and help others.
- Software proficiency in AutoCAD/Civil 3D, stormwater modeling (WWHM, MGSFlood, etc), Word and Excel is required. Experience using MicroStation/OpenRoads is a plus.