Seeking a dynamic Sr. Environmental Engineer to join our team of engineers to support our CO operations. The Sr. Environmental Engineer is responsible for ensuring that all environmental requirements on a project are met with oversight of all environmental issues relating to construction activities. This shall include, but not limited to development and implementation of site-specific environmental procedures and plans, and compliance with federal and state documentation of environmental approvals. You must have a valid PE Certification in CO.
Design engineering plans for temporary erosion and sediment controls for a variety of residential development and commercial construction projects and obtain associated local, State, and Federal regulatory permits,
Permit application and obtain permits for groundwater dewatering activities for a construction project as well as permanent structure applications,
Design permanent water quality and flood attenuation features for residential projects.
Conduct Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments
Advise department managers on the coordination or management of environmental programs or projects.
Verify project compliance with engineering best practices.
Monitor adherence to Federal and State environmental regulations and standards.
Prepare and/or present briefings on the status of current engineering projects to various stakeholders.
Proposal creation (RFPs) for environmental consulting work.
Oversees the preparation of regulatory and other agency project permit applications.
Drafts thorough project descriptions.
Ensures the Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) is current and understands what needs to be accomplished within the SWMP to meet the requirements of the State permit.
Registration as a Professional Engineer with Colorado State Board of Licensure required.
Knowledge of general construction principles and practices; legal environment associated with construction and maintenance of public works projects; modern methods, principles and practices of infrastructure construction and maintenance; conveyance of storm water through storm drain systems; equipment and materials used in construction and maintenance operations; current codes, standards, safety practices and principles.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Thorough understanding of National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and provisions of the applicable state’s environmental laws.
Thorough understanding of environmental review process and documents.
Ability to make independent decisions, prepare narrative reports, and act as a liaison between department and regulatory agencies.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering or another similar discipline required.
A Post-Graduate degree in engineering, business or project management would be an asset.