Our Water sector, which brings together many of the world's top engineers and scientists, sees water a bit differentlyas a single holistic system rather than as unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. We use this perspective to help communities tap into water's potential. Throughout the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team optimizes every facet of a water system. Whether a project calls for planners, designers, construction managers, or facility operators, we have the right experts to provide creative, yet practical, water solutions. Through our cost-effective strategies, we're helping communities increase their water efficiency and protect their water resources for future generations. Join our team as we create new ways to tap into water's vast potential.
An opportunity exists within Stantec's Ann Arbor, MI Water Sector for an Engineering Intern to join our team.
Gain and apply experience in water/wastewater infrastructure design and applicable laws/policies/regulations.
Participate in multi-disciplinary teams on water resources projects throughout Arizona and the western U.S.
The work may include assisting with development of planning and designs for municipal water/wastewater conveyance pipelines, lift stations, and stormwater drainage structures.
Work may include administration of construction phase activities
Assisting engineering team with planning and development of design documents and permit applications.
Assist in the development of plans and exhibits with CADD and GIS software.
Gathering information for inclusion in engineering reports and technical studies.
Assisting project managers and project engineers on other projects, as needed.
Duties may also involve field work.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
In progress toward earning a Bachelor's degree (minimum) or Master's degree in civil/environmental engineering, biosystems engineering, water resources engineering, or related field; with a minimum of 2 years of related undergraduate coursework.
Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Must have own transportation.
Specific coursework or exposure to one or more of the following:
Hydraulics and hydraulic modeling.
Engineering feasibility analyses and design.
Planning, design, and construction of water/wastewater conveyance pipelines and pump stations.
Water/wastewater treatment processes.
Advanced and emerging technologies.