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The Susquehanna Civil Team
Susquehanna Civil is an established Engineering and Environmental Consulting Firm that is team-focused and majority women-owned. We strive to deliver innovative and cost-effective solutions to clients for transportation-related projects. We have a strong belief of treating people as people first, and always striving to live out our core values: integrity, quality, dedication, and responsiveness, in everything that we do.
At Susquehanna Civil, we have monthly employee events and activities, a Benevolence Fund that was created by employees, for employees, and strong benefits package that outmatches competitors in the industry. This not only includes employer-paid short-term, long-term, group term life insurance, a robust Employee Assistance Program with free counseling, financial, and legal services; but also, if eligible, strong medical, dental, vision, and additional life insurance, retirement (5% employer match with immediate vesting), educational and career advancement assistance, bonus opportunities, and so much more.
We are continuing to grow and have a variety of openings for bright, talented, and self-motivated professionals. Please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] Your application will be held in the strictest confidence.
Our List of our Current Employment Openings
We are inviting qualified candidates who are looking to join our team of employees to apply for the Survey Technician 1 position with our Survey Group. This position allows weekly 3-day weekends by offering a 10-hour, 4-day work schedule including continuous out-of-town overnight travel to various project sites. At Susquehanna Civil, we have monthly employee events and activities, a Benevolence Fund that was created by employees, for employees, and strong benefits package that outmatches competitors in the industry. This not only includes employer-paid short-term, long-term, group-term life insurance, a robust Employee Assistance Program with free counseling, financial, and legal services; but also, if eligible, strong medical, dental, vision, and additional life insurance, retirement (5% employer match with immediate vesting), educational and career advancement assistance, bonus opportunities, and so much more.
What You’ll Do
As a Survey Technician 1, you will report to the Deputy Chief of Survey and will be working with Party Chiefs, Survey Technicians, Surveyors, and CADD Mapping Technicians to work towards the development of project deliverables as a team. A typical day might look like traveling to a field site location with your crew, preparing field sites, and using equipment to collect and prepare field data, notes, and sketches. You will focus on the safety of your crew and yourself, act as traffic control, and communicate with property owners as necessary.
This position will allow you to obtain per diem when in out-of-town status. Lodging costs will also be paid during those times.
To qualify for the Survey Technician 1 position, you must be able to read, have proficient collaboration, interpersonal, and effective verbal, and written communication skills in the English language, have the demonstrated ability to work with all types of people and personalities in a team setting, and possess a desire to grow within the survey field profession and department and aspirations to obtain additional credentials. The Survey Technician 1 position also requires competent data collection and paperwork processing skills, the ability to demonstrate reliability through consistency in attendance and punctuality, the ability to work independently, possess good time management, and critical thinking skills, and possess basic mathematical and analytical skills as well as a basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and other office software. Although not required, we would be especially interested if you also have basic knowledge of MicroStation CAD software.
The working conditions and physical demands require that a Survey Technician 1 is able to travel 100% of the time, including weekly overnight travel to various work sites, consistently work a 10-hour, four- day work week, is able to stand for long durations of time and be outside in various extreme terrain, weather conditions, and varying environmental or hazardous settings year-round, and can exert moderate to heavy amounts of force including lifting, carrying, pulling, and moving objects. This role also requires the Survey Technician 1 position to be visually able to perform activities such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, viewing a computer terminal, and reading, and having sufficient manual dexterity and skills to successfully operate field equipment and a computer keyboard.
Susquehanna Civil is seeking a technically-focused individual with 10+ years of experience managing PennDOT and PA Turnpike Commission highway and bridge design projects. The individual will be involved in the management of multiple transportation projects with varying types, sizes, and complexities.
- Manage multiple PennDOT and PA Turnpike Commission projects of differing sizes and complexities.
- Client coordination.
- Project oversight.
- QA/QC of project deliverables.
- Mentor other staff from a Project Management and Technical approach.
- Be a technical resource for staff in areas of expertise.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelors in Civil Engineering.
- Pennsylvania P.E. registration.
- 10 plus years of experience preferred with PennDOT and PA Turnpike highway and bridge projects.
- Knowledge of the PennDOT and PA Turnpike project development process.
- Knowledge with ECMS.
- Strong and effective communication skills with clients and staff.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
- Strong problem-solving and abstract reasoning skills.
- Ability to provide guidance and mentorship to staff.
- Ability to manage simultaneous tasks on multiple projects at one time.
- The flexibility to work independently, or with a team as needed.
- Ability to demonstrate strong accountability and self-management.
- Attention to detail and mindful of role in the QA/QC process.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
As a Structures Engineer, you will report to the Structures Group Manager and will be working closely with Structures Designers and Engineers. In order to qualify for this position you must have a P.E. license, over 10 years of experience in professional engineering services, strong attention to detail, experience using PennDOT and structural design/analysis software, and familiarity with common structural design publications and design practices. You also need to be able to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing, strong coordination skills, work in a team environment but able to also work independently and possess supervision skills. Although not required, we would be especially interested if you also have a Certified Bridge Safety Inspector (CBSI) Certification. A typical day might look like leading the structural design of a bridge, retaining wall, or sign structure project; training and supervising less experienced team members; helping to monitor schedules, task budgets, and quality of deliverables; completing design reviews or shop drawing reviews; representing Susquehanna Civil at external meetings; attending internal project meetings; assisting with Statements of Interest, marketing efforts, and development of technical and price proposals; and acting as a technical advisor to other Susquehanna Civil staff. This position will allow you to mentor and develop less experienced team members as well as the opportunity to grow within the Group.
- Professional Engineer License.
- 10+ years of experience in professional engineering services.
- Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing.
- Familiar with common structural design publications and design practices.
- Certified Bridge Safety Inspector (CBSI) certification a plus.
Susquehanna Civil is an E.E.O. employer and we provide a competitive compensation package for our employees, including:
Susquehanna Civil is an equal opportunity employer that supports diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, or biological sex, veteran status, political views or activity, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws. SCI makes hiring decisions based upon qualifications, merit, and business needs and also supports providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities or disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance due to an accommodation due to a disability, please reach out to [email protected].