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As a senior water resources engineer based in our Englewood, CO office, you will have the opportunity to lead the execution of water infrastructure and supply planning projects, mentor junior water resources engineers, assist in the pursuit of new water planning projects, and assist in developing strategies to grow the Jacobs water infrastructure and supply planning business line both in Colorado and regionally.
The position may focus on (but may not be limited to) the following roles:
Lead a team through the execution of select local and regional water resources and supply planning projects.
Perform quality control reviews of water infrastructure and water supply planning reports.
Provide input and review scopes of work and budgets for proposed water infrastructure planning and water supply planning projects.
Assist the water infrastructure and water supply planning team with outlining and identifying the best approach to execute proposals, projects, presentations and deliverables.
Draw on existing relationships with water utility representatives to identify forthcoming water infrastructure planning and water supply planning projects.
Periodically perform client interviews and get client feedback of the strengths and potential weaknesses of Jacobs work products.
Serve as Project Manager on select projects.
Provide mentorship to junior and mid-level engineers by teaching the above skills.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (or similar field of study)
Registered Professional Engineer
At least 15 years of applicable work experience
At least 10 years of project management experience
Broad experience interacting with the Colorado regulatory and municipal water resources community
Basic understanding of Colorado Water Rights Administration and regional Western U.S. water management systems
Solid understanding of methods used for cost estimating of water infrastructure
Solid understanding of engineering economics
Strong technical writing and communication skills
The ideal candidate may also possess the following skills and experience:
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Experience working with clients in the Western U.S.
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