South Dakota 
Engineering Society

 
 

 

 

 


Current Job Openings:


We currently have job postings for Western Construction Inc., Felsburg Holt & Ullevig, City of Rapid City, City of Watertown, Delta Solutions & Strategies, LLC, and Infrastructure Design Group Inc.. Please click on the logos below or pan down to access the job postings.




















Project Estimator / Project Manager


Position Summary

The Project Estimator / Project Manager is responsible for the timely and accurate completion of bids for heavy highway and asphalt paving construction projects. This position monitors state, local and private bid lettings and prepares quotes and bids for general and subcontract work. The estimator works closely with all department heads to ensure accuracy of bidding and effective project scheduling. This position also manages the post-award contracts and is responsible for the internal planning & scheduling of projects. The estimator also handles contact from potential customers inquiring about our products and services. This position reports to the President.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Monitor state, municipal and private sources for bid lettings and opportunities.
  • Keep an effective schedule of upcoming lettings and proposal due dates and communicate regularly with department heads about upcoming bid opportunities.
  • Conduct pre-bid planning meetings with stakeholders in potential projects to ensure thorough and accurate bidding.
  • Develop expertise in HeavyBid project bidding software. Maintain accurate cost data for use in developing bids and quotes.
  • Develop and deliver high-quality, professional bids to potential customers and government agencies.
  • Follow up with customers on awarded work and oversee the contract and subcontract document generation.
  • Effectively communicate awards to department heads, providing plans, deadlines and project details clearly and concisely.
  • Facilitate post-award planning meetings, scheduling discussions and provide overall project management leading up to construction.
  • Field calls and emails from existing and potential customers inquiring about our products and services at our various pits and quarries.
  • Maintain internal pricelists and projections based on commitments.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Qualifications and Skills:

  • 5 years construction management and/or project estimating experience
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products a must; knowledge of HeavyBid software a definite plus
  • Positive, professional attitude and strong work ethic.
  • Effective communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to prioritize workload and self-direct.


Western Construction offers a fun & fast-paced work environment, competitive wages and extensive benefits package. Visit our website at www.western-construction.com to learn more about us and apply!


Transportation Design Engineer

Water Resources Engineer


About Us: 

Felsburg Holt & Ullevig is a consulting firm specializing in transportation and environmental planning, traffic engineering, transportation system design, and environmental services. Our philosophy is to provide creative, effective, and sustainable solutions that connect and enhance your communities. We are able to serve our clients’ diverse needs at the federal, state, regional, and local levels by applying a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach. Our strength comes from Principals with significant technical and management experience who stay actively involved in projects to assure the highest level of client satisfaction.


In 1984, Felsburg Holt & Ullevig began with three employees. Since then, we’ve grown to a firm with more than 160 employees located in Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa. We’re dynamic, collaborative professionals who sustain a culture of high-caliber work, collaboration, community engagement, and healthy doses of fun. We believe our success is nurtured by a team that enjoys their work as well their workplace. Our staff donates time and funds to Habitat for Humanity, Bridges to Prosperity and many other charities with individual champions.


In addition to competitive compensation and eligibility for performance-based bonuses, Felsburg Holt & Ullevig (FHU) offers a comprehensive package of employee benefits.

At FHU we seek to provide a benefits package that helps our team maintain a healthy work / life balance - a concept that is a guiding principle for us. Employees enjoy benefits including:

  • Medical/RX, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability; all of which FHU contributes a significant portion towards or, for some plans, covers 100% of the premiums.
  • Generous Vacation and Sick leave programs
  • 401(k) with employer match
  • Adoption Assistance program
  • Flexible works schedules
  • Professional and career development opportunities including tuition reimbursement for continuing education.
  • Support of employee participation in professional and technical societies & various civic organizations.
  • Reimbursement of professional certification and registration fees.

FHU Employees are encouraged to participate in a variety of internal committees which include groups such as the Technology Committee, CAD Committee and the FHUn Committee, which plans multiple events that keep energy (and bragging rights) high and helps us remain a tight-knit team. We also enjoy many opportunities to socialize at various FHU sponsored events throughout the year.


Our success comes from our people. If our mission is a good match with your career goals, we welcome you to apply.


Transportation Design Engineer

Sioux Falls, SD


Summary: Primary duties for a mid-level engineer position in our transportation design group are focused on leading design efforts, design teams, efficient design practice and plan production for a variety of transportation projects. Transportation projects include work for the South Department of Transportation, Municipal and private clients involving feasibility studies, alternatives analysis, public involvement, roadway design, traffic design, and drainage design familiarity.  At FHU, our focus is culture, integrity, and our relationship with co-workers and clients alike. We value each employee’s opportunity for career growth. Now is your chance to join our team!


Essential Duties include the following (other duties may be assigned):

  • Leads design efforts and team coordination on larger varied and complex transportation projects.
  • Provides design decisions under the direction of a Project Manager,
  • Manages small to mid-sized transportation projects,
  • Assists in data collection, technical analyses, and written documentation with supervision, as needed,
  • Is actively involved in client interaction and participation in presentations in a supporting role,
  • Uses computer assisted engineering [MicroStation/InRoads (Open Roads) and AutoCAD/Civil3D] design software to prepare engineering and design documents,
  • Responsible for job specific quality system tasks as defined in the company’s quality manual.
  • Has a positive, collaborative, and solution oriented mindset

    Requirements

    Education and Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/Transportation Engineering from an accredited four-year college or university
    • 5 or more years of progressive Transportation Engineering experience
    • South Dakota PE license, or able to obtain a South Dakota PE license within one-year of employment (negotiable)
    • Experience working with SDDOT highly preferred
    • Proficient in MicroStation and AutoCAD highly preferred
    • Familiarity with ArcView GIS software and high proficiency in Excel is a plus


    View the complete posting and apply online at https://apply.workable.com/felsburg-holt-and-ullevig/



    Water Resources Engineer

    Sioux Falls, SD


    Summary: Primary duties for a mid-level engineer position in our water resources group will include the opportunity to work on a wide range of water resources projects ranging from drainage and hydraulics support for transportation projects, stream and wetland restoration projects, design and permitting for stormwater regulatory requirements.

     

    Essential Duties include the following (other duties may be assigned):

    • Analysis and design of various sized drainage engineering projects. This includes hydrology and hydraulic analysis and design for highway and street drainage, storm sewer systems, and modeling of floodplain hydraulics.
    • Work on stormwater quality projects including the design of green infrastructure and other best management practices for stormwater control and treatment, and compliance and permitting documentation.
    • Assist with wetland and stream restoration assessment, analysis, and design.
    • Assist in preparing scope, budget, and scheduling of projects.
    • Use computer assisted engineering design software to prepare engineering and design documents as needed.  This includes the preparation of plans, profiles, details, quantity tabulations and construction costs.
    • Take ownership and responsibility for projects.  This role can vary from water resources Task Lead to Project Manager depending on the size of the project. 

      Requirements

      Education and Experience

      • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/Environmental/Biological Systems Engineering from an accredited four-year college or university
      • 4 or more years of progressive Water Resources experience
      • South Dakota PE license, or able to obtain a South Dakota PE license within one-year of employment (negotiable)
      • Experience working with SDDOT highly preferred
      • Proficient in MicroStation and AutoCAD highly preferred
      • Experience with drainage design and 1D floodplain modeling
      • Experience with more advanced modeling in one or more specialized areas of H&H modeling (e.g. bridge scour, sediment transport, 2D analysis, etc) preferred
      • Stream restoration and watershed planning experience is a plus
      • Client contact and project coordination is required


      View the complete posting and apply online at https://apply.workable.com/felsburg-holt-and-ullevig/





      City of Rapid City, SD

      New Listing! City Engineer

      Engineering Project Engineer


      About Us: 

      Rapid City, South Dakota is unlike any other city in the nation – it’s the heart of the beautiful Black Hills. The City of Rapid City is a growing community – a fantastic opportunity to work and live in one of the most beautiful locations in the world! This vibrant city is brimming with outstanding restaurants, events and breathtaking outdoor recreation while offering a central location to the world-renowned parks and monuments in our area. For more information on the community of Rapid City, please visit www.visitrapidcity.com.


      The City of Rapid City offers fantastic benefits including employer-paid health insurance premiums, 6% employer-matching retirement, life insurance benefits, short-term disability and generous vacation and sick leave time off. Starting level and wage depends on qualifications and experience. For a detailed benefit summary, click here.


      The Public Works Department is a multi-faceted department tasked with providing engineering services, street maintenance and repair, water treatment and reclamation, solid waste management, public transit service, and GIS mapping services. It is the mission of Public Works to use our resources effectively to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. For more information, please visit Public Works.


      The City of Rapid City currently has two position openings: City Engineer and Engineering Project Engineer.


      City Engineer


      Opening Date: 12/08/20

      Closing Date: Until Filled


      Salary: The anticipated hiring salary range for this position is $98,637.89 - $108,945.06 plus generous benefits package, commensurate with the minimum qualifications for this position. The City of Rapid City will consider additional compensation for an exceptional candidate.


      View the complete posting and apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rapidcity


      About Our Job: 

      T he City Engineer is an integral part of the Senior Leadership team within the Public Works Department, requiring well-developed leadership abilities and management skills that are based upon consensus building, visioning and problem solving. The City Engineer will direct, manage, supervise and coordinate the programs and activities of the Engineering Services Division.


      As the manager of the Engineering Services Division, the City Engineer is responsible for oversight of the Design, Construction, Development Review, Geographic Information System (GIS), and Traffic Operations groups.


      Our Ideal Candidate will:

          • Possess the ability to manage the development and implementation of the Engineering Division goals, objectives, policies, and priorities of each service area; establish, within city policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; allocate resources accordingly.
          • Demonstrate a commitment to continuously monitoring and evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; assess and monitor workload, administrative and support systems and internal reporting relationships; identify opportunities for improvement; direct the implementation of changes; resolve highly sensitive issues with citizens and other departments.
          • Project a professional presence in appearance, actions and personal demeanor to meet the highest ethical standards in representing the City and be a person of integrity who can inspire confidence and credibility.
          • Be an excellent communicator and a good listener; be someone who honestly and openly seeks and enjoys the input of others whether they are citizens, staff, or elected officials.
          • Be effective in public presentations to the media, community organizations, citizen groups and other gatherings with the ability to convey a message in a genuine, transparent manner.
          • Be approachable, patient, and accessible to the elected officials, employees and public; be sincerely empathetic with the ability to understand others' perspectives.
          • Possess strong leadership skills, understanding when it is critical to exercise leadership and when to be flexible and adaptable to new ideas.
          • Be a strong administrator who is self-confident and has the courage of her or his convictions to present carefully thought-out policy-related alternatives and recommendations.
          • Participate in the development and administration of the Engineering Services Division annual budget. Supervises the preparation of Capital Improvement Plan budgets for Public Works infrastructure.
          • Be comfortable delegating broadly and providing wide latitude to professional staff where appropriate, while being personally knowledgeable of the status of department activities and projects and holding staff accountable for results; be able to challenge staff to be creative and innovative in addressing public works issues.
          • Believe in and practice participatory team management; be a consensus builder; have faith in division supervisors and encourage and foster a collaborative decision-making environment.
          • Be a proactive manager, anticipating trends, providing the City with information, analyses, alternatives and insights on municipal operations and community issues.
          • Be a welcoming, responsive leader who genuinely enjoys working collaboratively with all members of the community.
          • Have a sense of humor when appropriate to the circumstances.

          About You 


          Candidate Qualification Criteria:

            • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from accredited college or university.
            • 6 (six) years of progressively responsible relevant experience.
            • A Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in South Dakota or ability to transfer/obtain within reasonable time frame deemed by the Department.
            • Must possess a valid Driver’s License.

            The City is seeking candidates with excellent communication skills and complex problem-solving abilities with the ability to work effectively in a wide variety of governmental disciplines. The factors of education, experience,

            leadership, management style and personal and professional traits have been identified as necessary and/or desirable for the City Engineer to succeed in this position.


            Please contact the City of Rapid City HR with questions at 605.394.4136.


            To view the complete position announcement and the City Engineer Supplemental Questionnaire, click here.



            Engineering Project Engineer


            Salary: Biweekly $2,553.24 - $2,750.81


            Opening Date: 11/25/20

            Closing Date: 12/28/20 11:59 PM Mountain Time


            View the complete posting and apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rapidcity


            About Our Job: 

            The position’s primary function is to support the Engineering Construction Group in meeting their daily and overall operational goals. The Engineering Project Engineer plans, directs, manages, organizes and coordinates the work activities of personnel engaged in the inspection of civil and public works infrastructure construction projects. Ensures work quality adherence to established policies and procedures; and provides complex administrative support to management staff. This position will report directly to the Construction Group Coordinator.


            Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

              • Manage a comprehensive inspection program using modern and complex principles and practices of construction inspection and management.
              • Use interpersonal relations, professional communication, and negotiation and problem solving skills to collaborate with design professionals, contractors, employees, and citizens.
              • Provide technical and administrative guidance, and direct supervision of consultants, contractors and subordinate employees.
              • Interpret the intent of federal, state, and local ordinance, statute, codes, standards and regulations, and ensure compliance with same.
              • Track and ensure compliance with plans, specifications, schedules, and contract documents by reviewing and approving technical submittals; conducting progress meetings, on-site inspections, and negotiation of contract disputes; oversee and participate in examination and analysis of construction materials; and prepare and review materials used and construction progress reports, change orders, and pay estimates.
              • Acts as the Construction Group Coordinator in their absence. 

                About You: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty successfully. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


                Our ideal candidate will possess:

                • The ability to manage cross-functional teams.
                • The ability to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing.
                • The ability to multi-task and focus in a fast-paced environment.
                • Excellent project management, time management and organizational skills.
                We understand your time is valuable, so we encourage you to apply if you possess the following minimum requirements:
                • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in Engineering and four years related experience in Civil Engineering tasks.
                • South Dakota Professional Engineer (PE) License or ability to obtain within one year from date of hire.
                • A valid driver's license or ability to obtain within 30 days from date of hire.

                  To view the complete position announcement and the Engineering Project Engineer Supplemental Questionnaire, click here.


                  City of Watertown, SD

                  Engineering Technician

                  Civil Engineer II


                  Engineering Technician


                  Pay Grade: 140 (Grade 5)


                  Closing Date: Open Until Filled


                  View the complete posting and apply online at: https://www.watertownsd.us/


                  Position Summary: 

                  This position provides technical support to the City’s Engineering Division including customer service, inspection, plan review support, and management of the City’s infrastructure.  This position will also provide other technical related duties to achieve the objectives of the Engineering Division, including surveying, operating computer aided drafting (CAD) and geographic information systems (GIS); producing plans and specifications for projects; administering projects, conducting research and gathering data; providing information regarding projects; and observing and inspecting construction to ensure compliance.


                  Essential Functions: The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be required and assigned.

                    • Assists with current projects by preparing maps and researching, performing inspections, surveying, and staking. Operates survey equipment and performs surveying computations.
                    • Retrieves, reviews, enters, or edits data within the City’s asset management and GIS programs for accurate reporting and record keeping.
                    • Develops maps, project plans, and cost estimates.
                    • Inspects sidewalks for areas in need of replacement; communicates with residents and schedules work with management personnel.
                    • Evaluates city roads to determine rating and evaluating in concurrence with the pavement management system.
                    • Evaluates pavement markings to determine updates and schedules work with management personnel.
                    • Maintains files and documentation as required for public and private development project.
                    • Attends pre-construction meetings and updates for project tracking items.
                    • Conducts research on issues pertaining to sight distance and corner clearance, and entrance sign locations.  Communicates with residents and between departments to ensure safety requirements are met and city ordinance is followed.
                    • Evaluates and inspects private and public works projects. Ensures construction standards are met on multiple projects. Approves modifications in the field as appropriate.
                    • Communicates with and schedules construction/inspection with contractors and engineering consultants.
                    • Provides updates and issues to engineering staff.  
                    • Performs project management of City projects by inspecting and testing work in progress and processing contractor payment requests on projects that include roadway, sidewalks, new building infrastructure, parks, utilities and storm water.
                    • Reviews and approves construction plans and specifications for accuracy and compliance with City requirements. 
                    • Meets with developers, contractors, engineers and surveyors to discuss various aspects of construction projects.
                    • Monitors detailed records and reports of construction projects.  Reviews and makes changes to construction plans.
                    • Reviews material supply sheets for compliance with specifications prior to construction.
                    • Creates punch lists for private development and public capital construction projects and performs follow-up inspections.
                    • Interprets engineered drawings, blue prints, and computer images of utilities.
                    • Investigates, trouble-shoots and resolves complaints with homeowners, contractors and developers.
                    • Inspects grading operations to ensure compliance with and enforces the Storm Water Management and Floodplain Management programs.
                    • Performs mapping updates and maintenance of new and existing civil maps for subdivisions, road right of ways, city public utilities infrastructure through the use of manual drafting, computer aided mapping and Geographical Information System (GIS).
                    • Assists surveyors, engineers, other departments and general public in researching information, records, and interpreting and resolving questions and inquiries.
                    • Performs scoping, calculations, CAD design, and plans and specification preparation for capital construction projects as assigned.
                    • Issues right-of-way, grading, or other permits as directed.
                    • Other duties as assigned.

                    Minimum Required Qualifications:

                    • Associate's Degree in engineering, surveying, engineering technician or closely related field.

                    Preferred Qualifications:

                    • Previous related work experience.
                    • APWA Certification as a Stormwater Manager or Public Infrastructure Inspector

                    Other Requirements:

                    • Previous experience to include GIS or AutoCAD.
                    • Certification in Erosion & Sediment Control.
                    • ACI Certification in Concrete Testing
                    • Possession of valid driver's license.

                    Full Job Description: A full description can be found by clicking here.


                    Application Process: Interested Applicants can download and application from the City of Watertown’s website at www.watertownsd.us and then send it to City of Watertown, Human Resources, 23 2nd St. NE, Watertown SD, 57201.


                    Civil Engineer II


                    Salary: Annually $66,289.60 - $77,667.20


                    Closing Date: Open Until Filled


                    View the complete posting and apply online at: https://www.watertownsd.us/


                    Position Summary: This position is responsible to assist the Public Works Director/City Engineer with administrative oversight, leadership, planning, coordinating and implementation of the Engineering Division in order to ensure essential services are provided to plan, design, construct, and maintain the public infrastructure and provide for public safety, health and welfare.


                    Essential Functions: The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be required and assigned.

                    • Conducts design reviews and site plan reviews.
                    • Performs quality control field inspections and approves inspector daily reports; performs field engineering as required; coordinates the work of survey crews as needed.
                    • Provides service to customers by answering questions, providing information, making referrals and assuring appropriate follow-through and/or resolution.
                    • Communicates on the progress and quality of the work, issuance of stop work orders, liquidated damages, or field corrective orders if contractor does not follow specifications.
                    • Attends project status meetings between City and Contractor.   Ensures final project is completed and completes closeout documents. 
                    • Conducts special engineering studies and prepare reports as required.
                    • Assists in requesting or applying for grants to assist in the funding of municipal projects.
                    • Retrieves, reviews, or modifies data within the City’s GIS/modeling programs for accurate reporting and record keeping.
                    • Serves as a resource to communicate engineering standards and ordinance requirements for project planning meetings, pre-construction meetings, or other communications for engineers, consultants, developers, residents, and technicians.
                    • Other duties as assigned.

                    Minimum Required Qualifications:

                    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering 

                    Preferred Qualifications:

                    • Previous intern or work experience in engineering
                    • APWA Certification as a Stormwater Manager or Public Infrastructure Inspector

                    Other Requirements:

                    • EIT Certification
                    • Possession of valid driver's license.

                    Full Job Description: A full description can be found by clicking here. 


                    Application Process: Interested Applicants can download and application from the City of Watertown’s website at www.watertownsd.us and then send it to City of Watertown, Human Resources, 23 2nd St. NE, Watertown SD, 57201.




                    Delta Solutions & Strategies, LLC

                    Engineer Project Manager 

                    Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD


                    Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

                    The 28th Civil Engineering Squadron (28 CES) located at Ellsworth AFB in the vicinity of Rapid City, South Dakota, provides support to the Civil Engineer (28 CES/CC), Operations Flight (CEO), and Engineering Flight (CEN) for Ellsworth AFB and throughout the 28th Bomb Wing installation. This position will provide the 28th CES with Air Force project programming capabilities. The Engineer will support the mission to evaluate and recommend programs and development plans for new construction, renovation, and improvements of real property facilities including utility systems, utilizing a professional knowledge of multi-discipline engineering. The Engineer will be part of a team providing support for the accomplishment of Operations and Maintenance (O&M), military family housing (MFH), non appropriated fund (NAF), Special Interest programs, host-tenant, host-nation, real property maintenance by contract (RPMC), Sustainment, Restoration, Modernization, & Demolition (SRMD), and/or military construction (MCP/MILCON) programs/projects.


                    This position will help provide temporary engineering services at the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron (28 CES) to perform Air Force programming, engineering and construction management for FY20 and FY21 through FY22 construction projects as assigned. These projects and requirements are directly attributable to the Force Improvement Program (FIP), future planning, and the surge engineering workload at Ellsworth AFB. A total length of 3 years is expected to align with the effort to right-size the engineering flights throughout the Air Force.


                    The Engineer shall provide Air Force civil engineering project management capabilities. The Engineer shall apply knowledge of other disciplines to determine coordination required ensuring all design, construction, or maintenance operations considerations have been addressed.


                    Minimum Personnel Qualifications:

                    Individual shall possess a minimum at least

                    • Bachelor’s degree from an ABET school in engineering in one of the following curriculums: Mechanical, Electrical, Civil
                    • Ability to plan, organize, and lead others in designs, and construction projects, record and manage the processes and documentation
                    • Able to negotiate effectively with management to accept and implement recommendations, where proposals involve substantial resources and require extensive changes in established concepts and procedures.
                    • Ability to provide professional cost estimating calculations and professional cost estimating documents that can be provided for contracts and professional project development.
                    • Minimum 3 years of experience utilizing engineering techniques in the operations, maintenance, repair, or construction of infrastructure facilities, including buildings and utility systems.


                    Essential Functions and Responsibilities

                    • Preparation of formal briefings, project management documents and status reports. Support 28 CES’s expanded mission and support internal operations to ensure quality assurance of its products and services.
                    • Assist with schedule support, project level meeting attendance, database support, and budget submittals.
                    • Provide cost/schedules/status report reviews, scientific and technical research/document reviews/recommendations, and analysis of program and project data gaps.
                    • Provide assistance with Quality Assurance and Control of Architect Engineer (AE) designs. Ensure compliance of designs with base standards along with engineering and building codes.
                    • Provide Quality Assurance and Control over Construction Contractors for construction projects. Assists in defining requirements, developing and integrating execution strategies, Statement of Objectives (SOO), Statements of Works (SOW), Performance Work Statements (PWS), programming documents, DD 1391s, Form 9s, cost estimates, and other components of acquisition packages to support the 28 CES mission. The contractor shall capture and document processes and records as needed to support the design, development, construction and close-out of 28 CES requirements as described herein.
                    • Uses cost estimating tools (such as PACES and RS Means) to produce government estimates.
                    • Assesses validity, feasibility, and impacts (economic, environmental, etc.) of short and long range plans, projects, and base development actions, and integrates with overall installation plans and makes recommendations to the Government.
                    • Reviews contract deliverables and confirms project progress.
                    • Advises on contract modifications or adjustments for CES PM approval.
                    • Coordinates project activities with effected stakeholders.
                    • Keeps abreast of emerging technology for incorporation into projects and program.

                    Additional Requirements

                    The Engineer will have access to unclassified automated information systems including email, in accordance with DoD 5200.2-R, Personnel Security Program, personnel must have, at a minimum, a completed favorable National Agency Check plus Written Inquiries (NACI).


                    Thank you for considering a career with Delta Solutions & Strategies. If you have never applied for a position through our online portal and would simply like to send us your resume and a general application to consider for possible future opportunities, please apply now. After you have completed your application an email will be sent to you with information about how to check the status of your application.


                    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not and will not discriminate in employment and personnel practices based on race, sex, age, disability, veteran status, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Hiring, transferring, and promotion practices are performed without regard to the above listed items. EEO/AAP, M, F, V, D By applying for this position, you authorize Delta Solutions & Strategies to share your resume with our subcontractors, as we deem necessary.


                    Visit our company website to learn more about our team and to apply: https://www.deltasands.com/  





                    Infrastructure Design Group, Inc. 

                     Civil Engineering Staff Engineer

                     Civil Engineering Project Engineer

                    Civil Project Engineer / Project Manager / Water Resources Technical Lead


                    Infrastructure Design Group, Inc. is a civil engineering and land surveying services firm providing professional services to public and private clients in the southeast South Dakota region. We provide professional engineering, surveying, and consulting services to local municipalities, county and state DOT’s, and other state departments, as well as private sector clients. We have an immediate opening for a full time Civil Project Engineer / Project Manager / Water Resources Technical Lead with a focus on water resources and drainage analysis to be located in either our Sioux Falls, SD; Mitchell, SD or Watertown, SD offices.



                    Civil Engineering Staff Engineer


                    As a Civil Engineering Staff Engineer, you will work with the engineers, surveyors, and technicians to complete engineering analysis, studies, and designs, drawings, layouts, maps, and graphic representations of engineering designs using computer-aided drafting software. Work also entails field investigations, inspections, and surveying. We are interested in a motivated individual capable of taking on multiple responsibilities as a team player. The position will focus on transportation and municipal type projects.

                     

                    Qualifications:

                    Staff Engineer position requires a BS degree in Civil Engineering. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software is required. Internship experience, 2 years’ experience after graduation, along with experience with AutoCAD, Civil 3D or Microstation/InRoads is preferred. Requires a good working knowledge of construction documents and technical knowledge.


                    The ideal candidate shall be self-motivated, organized, able to communicate effectively both written and orally, able to work in a team environment, and have strong interpersonal skills. We offer a competitive salary with full benefits which includes health insurance with company contribution, dental, vision, 401k with company match, PTO, paid holidays, and 100% company paid group life insurance and short & long term disability. Visit our company website to learn more about us and our team at www.InfrastructureDG.com.


                    Apply online: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/562002?source=SDEngineersSociety


                    EOE


                    Sioux Falls and South Dakota is full of adventure & great place to live in the Midwest, see for yourself!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTehfsx6mFY



                    Civil Engineer Project Engineer


                    As a Civil Engineering Project Engineer, this involves working with other engineers, surveyors, and technicians to complete engineering studies and designs, drawings, layouts, maps, and graphic representations of engineering designs using computer-aided drafting software. Work also entails field investigations and inspections. We are interested in a motivated individual capable of taking on multiple responsibilities as a team player. The position will focus on civil engineering design of transportation, municipal, and private development type projects, project management, and staff mentoring.


                    Qualifications:

                    Civil Project Engineer position requires a BS degree in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 4 years of related design/engineering and/or project management experience. Knowledge of DOT and/or typical municipal standards and competence with AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or Microstation/InRoads is required. Requires proven technical knowledge to complete technical analysis and engineering designs.


                    The ideal candidate shall be self-motivated, organized, able to communicate effectively both written and orally, able to work in a team environment, and have strong interpersonal skills. We offer a competitive salary with full benefits including health insurance with company contribution, dental, vision, 401k with company match, PTO, paid holidays, and 100% company paid group life insurance and short & long term disability. Visit our company website to learn more about us and our team at www.InfrastructureDG.com.


                    Apply online: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/562011?source=SDEngineeringSociety


                    EOE


                    Sioux Falls and South Dakota is full of adventure & great place to live in the Midwest, see for yourself!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTehfsx6mFY




                    Civil Project Engineer / Project Manager / Water Resources Technical Lead


                    As a Civil Project Engineer / Project Manager / Water Resources Technical Lead, this role will involve working with other engineers, surveyors, and technicians to complete engineering studies and designs, drawings, layouts, maps, and graphic representations of engineering designs using computer-aided drafting software, computer modeling software, and other design and analysis methods and tools. Work also entails field investigations and inspections. We are interested in a motivated individual capable of taking on multiple responsibilities as a team player. The position will focus on water resources and drainage design, project management, mentoring staff, and oversight of transportation, municipal, and private development type projects.


                    Qualifications: This position requires a BS degree in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 8 years of related design/engineering and/or project management experience. Requires proven technical knowledge to complete technical analysis and engineering designs. Knowledge of DOT and/or typical municipal standards and competence with AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or Microstation/InRoads is preferred.


                    The ideal candidate shall be self-motivated, organized, able to communicate effectively both written and orally, able to work in a team environment, and have strong interpersonal skills. We offer a competitive salary $80K to $120K (based on experience) plus we offer full benefits which includes health insurance with company contribution, dental, vision, 401k with company match, PTO, paid holidays, and 100% company paid group life insurance and short & long term disability.


                    Apply at: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/559449?source=sdengineeringsociety


                    Visit our company website to learn more about us and our team at www.InfrastructureDG.com.


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