Weston & Sampson

Engineer l - Water (FL)

US-FL-Fort Myers
7 months ago
ID
2017-1138
# of Openings
2
Category
Engineering

Overview

Since 1899, Weston & Sampson has been providing municipalities, public agencies, and private sector clients with cost-effective and innovative solutions for their infrastructure, utility, and environmental engineering challenges throughout the eastern United States.

 

At Weston & Sampson, we treat our staff with the highest degree of professional respect and encourage them to grow and achieve. We provide a comfortable working environment along with state-of-the-art tools and equipment. Our mid-size helps to foster a friendly corporate culture where individuals are recognized for their contributions.

 

We offer competitive salaries and a generous benefits package: including health, dental and vision; paid holidays and vacation; 401K plan with employer match. Also each year, when profitable, Weston & Sampson makes contributions to the ESOP to continue to expand our tradition of employee ownership. The ESOP allows us to continue as a generational company, maintaining control of our own destiny.  We all have a stake in our continued success!

 

 

Responsibilities

Successful candidates will have 0 to 5 years of experience and be familiar with drinking water system planning, design and construction administration for water supply, treatment and distribution systems.

Experience with drinking water treatment is a plus.

Experience with multiple projects, multiple staff and multiple clients is a plus

Qualifications

 

Job Requirements:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and organizational/time management skills are required.
  • Some travel will be required to client meetings and project sites and a valid driver’s license is required.
  • BS in Civil or Environmental Engineering is required.
  • MS in Civil or Environmental Engineering is a plus.
  • This position is available in our Fort Myers, FL office.

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