Weston & Sampson

Project Engineer – Water

Job Locations US-MA-Peabody
Posted Date 4 days ago(2/13/2018 10:24 AM)
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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.


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! 

Weston & Sampson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


We are currently seeking an experienced civil engineer with 4-10 years of experience who would like to be part of a growing team in Peabody, MA .  Successful candidates need to be interested in preparing site civil, land development, permitting, stormwater, and water utility designs including preparation of plans and specifications for permitting and construction.  Also needs to be interested/experienced with the AutoCAD environment on a frequent basis and developing a strong skill set both with basic AutoCAD and with Civil 3D.  Applicant must be able to handle flexible work load, diverse project files, and working well with multiple staff members including delegating work to entry level staff.  Candidates will need to be able to make day trips out to sites throughout New England 2-10 times per month (valid driver’s license required).



  • Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Engineering
    • Either in possession of or pursing EIT or PE licensure status
    • Experience with AutoCAD and Civil 3D
    • Strong writing and verbal communications skills
    • Strong work ethic


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