June 18th , 2019
We are always looking for the right people to advance their careers and support our ever-growing team. If your qualifications and experience match any of our current openings, please submit the following application materials for that position: (1) a cover letter describing your skills and interest, (2) a detailed resume, (3) a list of 3 references, and (4) a desired salary to firstname.lastname@example.org. Refer to “Join SPF” in the subject heading. We are currently interviewing candidates for the following positions:
General requirements: BS or MS in civil engineering and the ability to obtain a professional engineer registration in Idaho. This individual will be expected to create detailed designs for civil projects, including preparing plans and specifications, site layouts, grading and drainage, and utility plans and profiles.
General requirements: Highly proficient in AutoCAD Civil 3D. This individual will work with engineers to create detailed design drawing packages for water, wastewater, and general civil engineering projects, including preparing site layouts, grading and drainage plans, and utility plans and profiles. Ability to work with other software such as general AutoCAD, Revit (BIM), MS Office, and ArcGIS is a plus.
General requirements: B.S. or M.S. degree in civil engineering or related field and the ability to obtain professional engineer registration in Idaho. This individual will be expected produce detailed designs for wastewater infrastructure in the agricultural, industrial, and municipal sectors. Other responsibilities may include preparing plans and specifications, evaluating design alternatives, and cost analysis.
General requirements: Responsibilities will include groundwater modeling; analysis of geologic, hydrologic, and water quality data; field work; and report writing. Highly proficient in MODFLOW, other modeling software, and ArcGIS.
General requirements: M.S. or Ph.D. in geological engineering, civil engineering, hydrology, or hydrogeology, and the ability to obtain P.G. and/or P.E. registration in Idaho. Responsible for analyzing geologic, hydrologic and water quality data, ground and surface water modeling, water supply planning, performing and reporting investigations, and expert witness services.