Weston & Sampson

Staff Engineer

4 months ago
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Since 1899, Weston & Sampson has been providing municipalities, public agencies, and private sector clients with cost-effective and innovative solutions to 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. We offer competitive salaries and a generous benefits package: including health, dental and vision; paid holidays and vacation; 401K plan with employer match; plus other bonus perks. Our mid-size helps to foster a friendly corporate culture where individuals are recognized for their contributions.



This individual will be responsible for providing support to our transportation design office staff to help meet client deliverables.  The individual will be exposed to a variety of assignments and thus must be flexible in terms of handling multiple assignments, meeting with clients, scheduling activities, tracking budgets and performing roadway, sidewalk, parking, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and other design services as necessary.  Assist the Project Manager with engineering studies, designs, and specifications, and visit job sites to perform project tasks as directed.  May be required to perform on-site sample collection/field work that may include oversight of contractors and subcontractors. 


Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Environmental engineering with five or more years of related civil engineering and production support experience including plans, specifications, and estimates.
  • Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D and other production tools is important.
  • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • EIT is preferred with PE a plus.
  • Some travel is required, must have a valid driver’s license.


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