Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

  • Water Resources Engineer

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  • Overview

    Experience what it’s like to work for one of the largest engineering firms in West Virginia. At Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), we put people first. You are given the freedom to make decisions, the opportunity to work on a variety of exciting and challenging projects, and own stock in the company.  As a Water Resources Engineer, your responsibilities will include:


    • Civil engineering design, primarily associated with water and wastewater facilities including hydraulic calculations/modeling, water line placement and sizing, distribution system analysis, and fill volume calculations, pump selection and design,
    • Preparation of construction plans utilizing AutoCAD, Proper Erosion and Sediment Control Installation, construction bid documents, hydraulic summary reports, pump sizing and selection,
    • Construction oversight and route development, and
    • Technical Report Writing.


    You will also interact with clients, contractors, and local government officials, and will impact the entire project from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory review process, bidding, and construction.



    • B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering or a related field;
    • 0-4 years of experience;
    • Position will typically involve half time in the field and half time in the office;
    • AutoCAD experience required;
    • Proficient in AutoCAD/Civil 3D, Excel, Word, HEC-RAS and other computer modeling software a plus;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


    About Us

    Work where you’re encouraged to explore your passions, where people come first, where above and beyond is the standard, and where you can take ownership of your future. Find out why so many people have chosen to join our team by applying today!


    CEC is an EEO employer – M/F/Veterans/Disabled.


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