Structural Project Engineer & Staff Structural Design Engineer

PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. (PBS) is a regionally distinguished and growing engineering and environmental consulting firm in Oregon and Washington. Founded in 1982, our 200-plus person firm has a history of successfully serving major clients throughout the Pacific Northwest.

We are currently seeking qualified individuals for the following open positions in our Portland, Oregon office:

Structural Project Engineer: https://pbsusa.hiringthing.com/job/124334/structural-project-engineer Staff

Structural Design Engineer: https://pbsusa.hiringthing.com/job/122585/staff-structural-design-engineer

Please click on the website links above to learn more about each opportunity and visit https://www.pbsenv.com/careers-at-pbs/ for additional details about careers at PBS.

 PBS offers employment opportunities to experienced professionals who are excited by the challenges of meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations. We offer an excellent benefit package including vacation and holiday pay, medical/vision/dental/disability and life insurance, and 401(k). PBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).

Company/Location of Job: PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc., Portland, OR

 Link to Job Posting: https://www.pbsenv.com/careers-at-pbs/

Project Civil Engineer

PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. (PBS) is a regionally distinguished and growing engineering and environmental consulting firm in Oregon and Washington. Founded in 1982, our 200-plus person firm has a history of successfully serving major clients throughout the Pacific Northwest.

As a leader in providing consulting engineering services in the Northwest, we are currently seeking a qualified individual for the following open position in our Portland, OR office:

PROJECT CIVIL ENGINEER

The ideal candidate will have 5+ years’ experience as a consulting engineer, providing design and project management of municipal public works projects and private development projects.

Job Responsibilities/Duties:

- Design medium-size civil engineering projects including roadway design, site development, erosion control, grading, drainage and utilities

- Prepare designs and plans using AutoCAD/Civil 3D or MicroStation Software - Prepare project reports

- Prepare construction specifications and cost estimates

Minimum Requirements:

- A Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering and professional registration is required

- Oregon PE licensed preferred

- A penchant for creative design solutions

- A passion for meeting project deadlines and budgets

- Advanced skills in Civil 3D and/or Microstation and the Office 365 suite of programs

- Design experience with local jurisdictions a plus PBS has offices across the Northwest.

We are committed to fostering a work environment that is conducive to the personal and professional growth of each employee. This is accomplished through a company philosophy that combines teamwork, open communication, and diverse projects. Many of our projects involve several consultants and contractors, requiring a collaborative team effort. We pride ourselves on our project management approach and experience.

PBS offers employment opportunities to experienced professionals who are excited by the challenges of meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations. We offer an excellent benefit package including vacation and holiday pay, medical, vision, dental, disability and life insurance, and 401(k). PBS offers mileage-based reimbursement for the use of personal vehicles. For positions requiring transportation, use of a personal vehicle may be required. PBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).

Company/Location of Job: PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc., Portland, OR

Link to Job Posting: https://www.pbsenv.com/careers-at-pbs/

“Lead Design Engineer”, “Engineering Associate”, and “Engineering Technician III”

Jackson County is seeking a team-oriented, detailed and quality-focused candidate to join the Engineering team in the Road Department. The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience related to civil engineering design and inspection. Jackson County is simultaneously recruiting for three classifications at the same time to fill one position within the Road Department. The titles of these recruitments are “Lead Design Engineer”, “Engineering Associate”, and “Engineering Technician III”. Note, we will only be filling one of the above positions with the best candidate from the combined pool of qualified applicants. Please visit the County’s website at: : http://jacksoncountyor.org/Whats-New/Jobs to review the minimum requirements for each position and apply only for the position for which you are most qualified and meet the minimum requirements. Your application will only be considered further if you meet the minimum requirements for the position applied for. Thank you in advance for your interest in this opportunity – we look forward to receiving your application!     

Company/Location of Job: Jackson County Roads/Engineering

Link to Job Posting: : http://jacksoncountyor.org/Whats-New/Jobs

Civil Engineer 1 & 2

Position Description:

As a Civil Engineer I, you will perform professional engineering work including design, planning, construction, and management of public works projects while meeting city, federal and state (FHWA & ODOT) requirements for transportation system operations. You will be responsible for:

·         Producing plans

·         Specifications and cost estimates for public works projects as well as participating in the daily operation of the transportation system.

·         The Civil Engineer I may also manage and implement other special projects such as operations of the city's street lighting program.

·         Working as part of the Transportation Engineering Division of the Environmental Services Department, you will be part of a team that employs sixteen regular employees including engineers, technicians and electricians.

We are seeking someone collaborative and team-focused with the ability to also work independently as needed. You will apply your professional knowledge, reporting and communication skills to interact with a variety of stakeholders within the organization and the public.

Typical duties of this position include managing engineering projects, performing contract administration of construction and consulting engineering contracts and planning, organizing, coordinating, assigning and evaluating the work of engineering technicians and construction inspectors. In this role, you may provide training and guidance to others as needed. Designing public works projects such as street widening and realignment, will be important aspects of your contribution to the division.

You will serve as project engineer on capital improvement or other engineering projects; develop plan sets, write specifications, assemble contract documents, preside over pre-construction and project progress meetings, coordinate construction scheduling, prepare project cost estimates, administer contracts to ensure compliance, and interpret contracts.

Your communication skills will be used to interact with a wide variety of people within the City of Gresham, other governmental agencies, private developers and consultants, neighborhood and other citizen groups. These interactions will provide an opportunity to plan activities, coordinate efforts and resolve issues.

You will perform engineering studies, analyze data, and make recommendations based on findings. Preparing correspondence and technical engineering reports and providing engineering assistance to other City departments will be required in this position.

As a Civil Engineer I, preparing, reviewing and monitoring the annual budget for your area of assignment while also engaging in short and long term planning will be common. This Civil Engineer 2 position will be responsible for maintaining Gresham's status as a "Certified" agency in the Local Agency Certification Program.

The successful candidate will manage and lead the city's Local Agency Certification Program. This program allows the city of Gresham to develop and deliver FHWA funded capital projects. While the status of being a local certification agency allows Gresham access to federal aid dollars, maintaining our certification status requires a high level of management and participation in ODOT's Local Certification Program.

The successful candidate will also perform professional engineering work including design, planning, construction, and management of public works projects while meeting city, federal and state (FHWA & ODOT) requirements for transportation system operations. You will be responsible for producing plans, specifications and cost estimates for public works projects as well as participating in the daily operation of the transportation system. Working as part of the Transportation Engineering Division of the Environmental Services Department, you will be part of a team that employs sixteen regular employees including engineers, technicians and electricians.

We are seeking someone collaborative and team-focused with the ability to also work independently as needed. You will apply your professional knowledge, reporting and communication skills to interact with a variety of stakeholders within the organization, other key organizations and the public. Typical duties of this position include leading and managing the city's Local Agency Certification Program, maintaining and updating certification program documents and procedures, developing and managing engineering projects, performing contract administration of construction and consulting engineering contracts and planning, organizing, coordinating, assigning and evaluating the work of other engineers, engineering technicians and construction inspectors.

In this role, you will mentor, train and guide others as needed and monitor others to ensure compliance with certification requirements. Designing transportation related public works projects will be an important aspect of your contribution to the division. You will serve as project engineer on capital improvement or other engineering projects; develop plan sets, write specifications, assemble contract documents, preside over pre-construction and project progress meetings, coordinate construction scheduling, prepare project cost estimates, administer contracts to ensure compliance, and interpret contracts.

Your communication skills will be used to interact with a wide variety of people within the City of Gresham, other governmental agencies, private developers and consultants, neighborhood and other citizen groups. These interactions will provide an opportunity to plan activities, coordinate efforts and resolve issues. You will develop procedures to ensure complaince with related standards, perform engineering studies, analyze data, and make recommendations based on findings.

Preparing correspondence and technical engineering reports and providing engineering assistance to other City departments will be required in this position. As a Civil Engineer 2, preparing, reviewing and monitoring the annual budget for your area of assignment while also engaging in short and long term planning will be common. For complete job descriptions, qualifications, and to apply, visit: www.GreshamOregon.gov/jobs

Company/Location of Job: City of Gresham

Link to Job Posting: http://www.GreshamOregon.gov/jobs

Civil Engineer

As a Civil Engineer, you play a key role in the City's infrastructure. You have the opportunity to leave a positive mark on the community and to create something tangible as an example of your hard work and dedication. You make a difference in people's lives through problem solving, creativity, and drive in finding solutions to some age-old questions - like the best path for someone or something to move safely and efficiently from point A to point B. Wilsonville is still growing and still relatively new, which means we have many challenging projects underway and in the pipeline, ranging from roadway extensions, treatment plant expansions, natural resource restoration, utility rehabilitation and everything in between. Development review may not be an engineer's favorite part of the job. However, here you will cultivate that skill to create new neighborhoods and commercial and employment areas that have been thoughtfully and creatively master planned with forward thinking and with a complete and livable community in mind. There is a lot you can learn from our experienced and respected Community Development team, and the whole team works together to make Wilsonville a city that a new generation of enterprising families, citizens, growing companies and forward-thinking personalities, with an enlightened vision for the future, can call home. We are looking for collaborative, bold thinkers who look forward to investing energy into building a thriving community. Ideal candidates will demonstrate the ability to lead the design and construction of projects within budget and on schedule, while also ensuring the safety, efficiency, and maintainability of infrastructure. If you are someone who thinks differently, expects more, and doesn't want to settle for the status quo, Wilsonville is the place for you. This is not just another job, this is a place to expand your career. Sound interesting? Apply today!

Company/Location of Job: City of Wilsonville

Link to Job Posting: http://www.ci.wilsonville.or.us/jobs

Salary: $70,865 - $95,642 annually

Development Engineering Manager

We are dedicated to professional excellence and outstanding customer service. Our commitment to our citizens is to provide sound land use planning strategies, responsible design development standards, and high quality, cost effective infrastructure as well as ensuring safety and compliance to continue to preserve the quality of life in our community. Wilsonville is seeking a Development Engineering Manager with outstanding planning and leadership skills complemented by exceptional people skills. The successful candidate will have experience in a municipal setting managing and overseeing development projects to ensure design and construction meet City standards and permit requirements. We are searching for candidates who demonstrate effective staff management coupled with a full range of engineering techniques to interpret original designs and applicable regulations and standards. You should have strong leadership abilities yet also be ready to roll -up your sleeves and work through details when needed. We are searching for creative problem solvers who enjoy a challenge, are results oriented, and are a strong leaders who are also visible, approachable, and credible with staff and the community. This individual should also have a strong commitment to customer service and high degree of integrity. Finally, we are searching for those who truly enjoy the complexities of reviewing engineering design and who will be an advocate of quality service and accountability. Is this you? Are you interested in joining an innovative, fun, values-focused team? Submit your application materials today!

Company/Location of Job: City of Wilsonville

Link to Job Posting: http://www.ci.wilsonville.or.us/jobs

Salary: $86,135 - $116,250 Annually