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Civil Project Engineer - PE
Ontario, CA  Posted: 11/6/2020


Our client is one of the largest design consulting firms in the U.S. With a full suite of engineering and design consulting services, they have the ability to handle a range of unique facility and infrastructure demands but they also have a broad technical expertise and industry-specific skill sets. They are looking for a Civil Project Engineer for their office is Ontario, CA.

• Assisting Project Managers with detailed engineering analysis in the preparation of engineering reports, permit applications and construction plan preparation
• Directing and training Civil Design Technicians and/or Civil Designers
• Independently evaluating plans and conducting work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection and substantial adaptation/modification of standard techniques, procedures and criteria
• Creating new alternatives/approaches to problems encountered and performing difficult and technically challenging work within a specialty area
• Exercising project leadership in a technical or managerial way on certain projects or overseeing portions of large projects


• Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
• Professional Engineer license from California is required
• Minimum seven years of engineering design experience in an engineering firm, including stormwater/drainage experience
• Knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision technical plans and drawings
• Ability to interpret state and local design criteria and apply it to the specific project needs
• Knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the construction
• Skill in the use of Microsoft Office programs and AutoCAD Civil 3D software
• Ability to clearly communicate in both oral and written communication to individuals or groups
• Ability to consistently produce high quality construction documents
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