GRAEF Stormwater Engineer P4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
GRAEF, a leading U.S. consulting firm, has been providing quality engineering services to our clients since 1961. We recognize that the best professional approach to service is to hire technically competent, innovative, creative, and highly motivated individuals. GRAEF is more than just a business. We are a committed employer and community member. We invest in our employees as we do our clients, providing a challenging and rewarding environment where you can grow both personally and professionally.
If you are looking for the opportunity to work on exciting, high-profile projects, have the satisfaction and security of working at a 100% employee-owned company, then GRAEF is the place for you!
Our dynamic growth and continued success has created a new opportunity for a Stormwater Engineer in our Minneapolis, MN office. This position is responsible for stormwater management plans for various public and private clients.
In order to be considered for this position, candidates must possess the following basic qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in designing and managing a wide variety of site development stormwater projects.
Knowledge of stormwater management design regulations.
Professional Engineer registration in Minnesota.
Proficient with hydrology and hydraulic software including HydroCAD and StormCAD.
Master's degree with an emphasis on hydraulics, hydrology or a related field of study is a plus.
Professional Engineer registration in Wisconsin and other states is a plus.
Experience with GIS software is a plus.
Experience with green infrastructure methodology for storm water management is a plus.
Accreditation as a LEED professional or in the use of the Envision rating system is a plus.
Accreditation as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) is also a plus.
In order to be considered as an applicant, you must submit a resume.
Typical job duties may include:
Prepare Stormwater Management Plans for projects in support of the design project manager.
Develop design budgets for projects.
Participate in project interviews or presentations.
Coordinate with other GRAEF disciplines, clients, and consultants.
Lead the design approach for stormwater management.
Develop or implement sustainable stormwater practices.
Participate in staffing and scheduling coordination for projects.
Participate in establishing technical procedures for stormwater management.
We are proud to offer you a complete benefit package to include:
Paid Time Off
Short and Long-Term Disability
Flexible Spending Plans
Retirement Savings Plan
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
Training, Mentorship, and Leadership Development Programs
A team atmosphere dedicated to open communication and collaboration
Corporate Casual Dress
An Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer - Disabled/Vets