Snyder & Associates, Inc.

Civil Engineer - Land Development

US-IA-Ankeny
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1239
# Positions
2
Experience (Years)
0
Category
Engineering - General Civil

Overview

Snyder & Associates has a well-established reputation for exceeding client expectations. We have accomplished this through the talents and efforts of many dedicated professionals at all levels within our organization. 

 

Due to growth, we now have 2 openings based in the Des Moines area for an entry level civil engineer to focus on land development projects.

 

The successful candidate will work on a variety of project assignments for public and private clientele. This will be a hands-on role, teaming with other resources in the firm; will be involved in development of engineering solutions, project planning, design and construction stages.

 

Will be responsible for maintaining a high standard of quality, creativity and collaboration within the project team while meeting or exceeding the expectations of the client.

 

Responsibilities

What we seek is an EI with prior internships or work experience in civil engineering, preferrably in a consulting engineering environment, but a combination of experience in consulting and government roles is acceptable.

 

Strong communication skills are a must in this role. In particular, verbal skills, business writing skills, and the ability to clearly communicate technical subject matter to a wide range of audiences is key to being successful.

Qualifications

  • B.S degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering
  • E.I. designation
  • Prior experience a plus
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Goal-driven
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Confident platform skills
  • Team-oriented with the ability to contribute individually as a productive, efficient and on-task member
  • Experience with MicroStation a plus

AA / EEO / E-Verify

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