Civil Engineer (Water Resources Engineering Experience) Sacramento, CA

Civil Engineer (Water Resources Engineering Industry Experience) Water Resources Earth Embankments Water Conveyance Levee Earth Dams Water Storage Reservoirs Position: Civil Engineer (Water Resources Engineering Division) Expe rience Level: 5 to 10 years of civil / water resources engineering industry experience Sacramento, California 95833 Compensation: $70,000 to 95,000 annual salary DOE plus great benefits and performance bonus program Term: Long Term Full Time Direct Employee (W-2) Highly prestigious and industry respected Sacramento based Water Resources Engineering Consulting Firm actively seeks skilled, experienced, and professional Civil Engineer (5 to 10 years experience) to join our dynamic and thriving local office. This is a long term full time direct hire employment opportunity to join one the region's top engineering firms. Civil Engineer Qualifications and Experience Needed: - Must have a minimum of 5 to 10 years of civil engineering / water resources engineering experience. - Bachelor's degree or higher in Civil Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, or closely related engineering field is required but can be substituted by equivalent transferrable professional industry experience. Company Overview: Our firm is well known for our extensive experience in the field of general civil engineering and consulting services related to water resources management and water right analysis. Our firm has been operating for over 15 years. Our areas of expertise include water rights analysis, water resources management, regulatory permit administration, hydrologic studies, groundwater and surface water adjudications, general engineering design of water storage and conveyance facilities, and litigation support. HOW TO APPLY:

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