Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

  • Civil Engineer - Land Development

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    Civil - Site Development
  • Overview

    As a Civil Engineer at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), you’ll be an integral member of our team working on a variety of civil engineering projects for our private and public sector clients. On land development projects you will be involved in all phases of the work, including planning, design, permitting and construction administration. Projects will involve engineering tasks such as conceptual planning, zoning review, grading, site layout, stormwater management system design, utility design and erosion and sediment control design and permitting. Interacting with clients, contractors, and local government officials, you’ll impact the entire project from conceptual and design phases, through the regulatory permitting and review process, bidding, and construction. Your time will be primarily in the office, but will require field work from time to time.



    • B.S. in Civil Engineering (MS a plus);
    • 0-4 years’ professional engineering experience;
    • E.I.T. or F.E. certification;
    • Proficiency in AutoCAD/Civil 3D;
    • Ability to speak and write professionally;
    • Experience and knowledge of commercial real estate site design is a plus;
    • Proficiency with HydroCAD, HEC-RAS or other computer modeling software;
    • Experience and knowledge of Massachusetts stormwater regulations;
    • Certification as Massachusetts Licensed Soil Evaluator.

    About Us

    CEC offers big firm opportunities with a small firm culture. We understand the importance of professional growth and offer career advancement and leadership opportunities. You will work on diverse projects providing high quality services to our clients.  Join our team where your contribution matters.


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


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