March 11th , 2016
HIRING WASTEWATER ENGINEER
SPF Water Engineering is seeking a highly motivated wastewater engineer for our Boise office. This individual will work on agricultural, industrial, and municipal wastewater projects and be expected to create detailed designs for wastewater projects, including preparing plans and specifications, site layouts, equipment sizing/selection, lift stations, evaluating treatment alternatives and preparing cost opinions, life cycle cost analyses, process calculations, preparing process and civil design drawings, and coordinating with CADD/BIM technicians and other disciplines for construction plan production. This person may function as a technical specialist and/or project manager on projects.
Candidates will have 8 to 12 years of engineering experience, with a B.S. or M.S. degree in civil engineering or a similar field, and the ability to obtain professional engineer registration in Idaho. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential. Licensure in other western states, such as California, Oregon, Washington, or others is a plus.
SPF Water Engineering provides general civil engineering, water resource consulting, water engineering, and wastewater engineering services. SPF has a growing client base and holds a high level of integrity, creative and cost-effective solutions, and high-quality service. We are committed to being an “employer of choice” in our industry by supporting and encouraging efforts of our members and associates to build successful careers as engineers, consultants, and entrepreneurs. We offer a very competitive compensation plan, including strong bonus programs, advancement opportunities, and a comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, pretax spending accounts, 401(k), tuition assistance, paid holidays, and a stock purchase plan).
Please submit a cover letter describing your skills and interests, a detailed resume, and a list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org; refer to “Project Manager” in the subject heading.