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Summary:

The Senior Structural Engineer position is responsible for helping lead the Structural Design Group by monitoring task deliverables, schedules, budgets, and quality; assisting with business development efforts; leading structural designs; and mentoring less experienced team members. The Senior Structural Engineer may also serve as Project Manager. They will work collaboratively with Structural Designers, Engineers, and Technicians and will be given the responsibility of managing projects and task deliverables; assisting upper-level management with projects and initiatives; overseeing and developing the Structural Design team; attending events and association meetings; and applying technical knowledge and experience to perform a wide-array of complex design assignments.

Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

Education: Bachelor’s
Professional License: EIT (PE Preferred)
Minimum experience: 10 years

Typical Duties:

  • Help monitor task deliverables (plans, specifications, and estimates), schedules and task budgets and communicate schedule and budget status to Project Managers.
  • Serve as Project Manager (PM) for specific projects, both bridge-focused, as well as other discipline focused.
  • Regularly assists upper-level management and staff with Statements-of-Interest, marketing efforts, development of technical and price proposals, or act as a technical advisor.
  • Supervise, mentor, and train less experienced staff to develop overall group design depth and expertise.
  • Review other consultants’ designs for conformity to design manuals and standards.
  • Serve as lead Structural Engineer in the completion of structural design tasks and preparations of complete project documents.
  • Ensure adherence to design standards and criteria.
  • Provide quality control for structural designs completed by less experienced staff; guide and direct staff to complete all structural design elements (plans, specifications, and estimates) accurately and within budget.
  • Identify and propose solutions to all complex design issues as they arise.
  • Review fabricator shop drawings for compliance with contract documents and design standards.
  • Communicate and coordinate design elements as needed with other discipline task leads and team members or external team members.
  • Represent Susquehanna Civil at networking events and associations, as well as at larger and more complex external project meetings; develops client relationships as the opportunity arises.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Preferred Skills/Experience:

  • Strong understanding of all aspects of structural design (concrete and steel bridge design, retaining wall design, culvert design, including knowledge of proprietary design elements suitable for bridge or retaining wall applications). A thorough knowledge of PennDOT Design Manuals and Standards is also required. 
  • Advanced-level knowledge of all fundamental engineering related mathematical disciplines including algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. 
  • Proficient in using Bentley MicroStation CADD systems and PennDOT computer-based design programs. 
  • Exhibits strong problem-solving skills as a means of ensuring constructability of design projects as well as meeting schedules. 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; will be expected to clearly communicate issues through written reports and will be expected to communicate complex issues and topics effectively to a range of audiences. Will be expected to represent Susquehanna Civil at external meetings. 
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment, both within the structures group and with various other groups within the organization. Demonstrates ability to lead, motivate team members, and foster teamwork. 
  • Works independently and possesses excellent time management skills as well as critical thinking skills. 
  • Exhibits self-motivation for meeting schedules and responding to both internal and external clients with limited oversight from supervisor/management. 
  • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills for use in the production of required structural design deliverables. 
  • Possesses excellent judgment regarding structural design decisions. 
  • Must be detail oriented.  
  • Ability to monitor multiple projects as needed for the group regarding schedule and budget. Ability to communicate budget and status of projects to group manager and assist in identifying solutions to project challenges. 

Additional Information:

The offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This job operates in a professional office environment.  

Summary:

The Environmental Technician 1 position is responsible for providing support for the preparation of a wide range of client reports and work products including fieldwork, research, data collection, and data analysis. They will work collaboratively with the Environmental Group Manager, as well as other teams and team members and will be given the responsibility to assist with data collection in the field and preparing reports, documentation, and assisting other teams as needed, further developing experience.

Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

Education: High School Diploma
Professional License:
None (Driver’s License Required)
Minimum experience:
0-5 years

Typical Duties:

  • Assist with data collection in the field for natural resource and hazardous waste studies.
  • Assist with the preparation of written technical environmental reports including wetland and stream delineation reports, species habitat assessments, monitoring reports, Chapter 105/Section 404 permits, and environmental site assessment reports.
  • Assist with the preparation of documentation to support NEPA compliance including Endangered Species Act consultation, Section 4(f) evaluations, and agency coordination to address resource impacts.
  • Assist with more complex or specialized studies such as Noise Analysis, Phase II/III Environmental Site Assessments, and lead/asbestos sampling.

Preferred Skills/Experience:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools.
  • Ability to effectively communicate in a professional manner and learn technical writing skills.
  • Self-starter with the ability to thrive in a dynamic working environment.
  • Ability to work in a highly collaborative environment; ability to work independently or as a team.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Ecology, or a related science field is preferred, but not required.
  • Experience with NEPA compliance, wetlands delineation, and/or hazardous waste investigations is a plus but not required.
  • Experience with GIS and/or MicroStation software is desirable.

Additional Information:

Offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. The work environment for this role is a combination of office and field. The role requires the incumbent to have the ability to complete fieldwork in conditions that include sloped terrain, thick vegetation, and inclement weather, participate in long field days or overnight travel may be required at times, and also perform field work that may involve working around hazardous waste/petroleum products, lead-based paint and/or asbestos; in such working environments, employee will need to be able to perform field work wearing proper PPE including a respirator.
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Summary:

The Right-of-Way Designer 2 is responsible for preparing right-of-way plans for PennDOT and PA Turnpike projects, ranging from small bridge replacements to highway interchanges. They will work collaboratively with other Designers, Technicians, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors and will be given the responsibility to perform first review of plans for mark-up, collaborate with others on various projects.

Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

Education: High School Diploma
Professional License:
None (Driver’s License Required)
Minimum experience:
3 years

Typical Duties:

  • Partner with Designers to develop right-of-way plan sets for less to moderately complex projects, in addition to assisting with projects of greater complexity.
  • Conducts self-review of work based upon internal and external standards, policies, and procedures and submits for first formal round review resulting in only minor comments.
  •  Occasionally perform first formal review of less complex plans prepared by staff members and provide markups to be addressed with minor comments upon additional review.
  • Verify the reference files are current version and proactively communicate findings to supervisor that may impact the project.
  • Verify current ownership of properties on County Public Access Site. 
  • Research existing easement documentation for utilities, private access’, cell towers, etc. On affected properties.
  • Collaborates with internal project delivery teams to ask clarifying questions and effectively develop solutions.

Preferred Skills/Experience:

  • Strong time management and organization skills to work within multiple projects of various complexities under tight deadlines.
  • General knowledge and experience with PennDOT and PA Turnpike highway and bridge design project standards.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Bentley products including MicroStation, Inroads, Open Roads, and ProjectWise.
  • Strong problem-solving and abstract reasoning skills to solve complex problems. 
  • Ability to communicate and collaborate with various groups and people while exemplifying high levels of customer service and professionalism.
  • Ability to demonstrate core values of dedication, integrity, responsibility, and care while working in a hybrid setting – maintaining accountability and self-management.
  • Strong attention to detail, analytical, and research skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office. 

Additional Information:

Offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This role operates in a professional working environment and requires 0-5% travel.
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Summary:

The Utility Coordination Specialist 2 position is responsible for coordinating utility relocations, meetings, as well as reviewing and developing plans, recommendations, and results in order to mitigate conflict and maximize quality and efficiencies. They will work collaboratively and will be given the responsibility to communicate and collaborate to determine effective utility relocations, leverage SUE to mitigate conflicts, schedule and coordinate project meetings, review plans and identify conflicts, and much more.

Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

Education: Associates
Professional License:
None (Driver’s License Required)
Minimum experience:
3 years

Typical Duties:

  • Occasionally perform deed research or request Real Property Interest (RPI)information directly from utility owner. Create RPI Packages for submission to senior level staff.
  • Coordinate utility relocations with utilities on minor projects. Draw on experienced staff for support. Occasionally assist utility to resolve conflicts in URMS.
  • Schedule and occasionally facilitate utility meetings for minor projects. May occasionally prepare materials for utility meetings and submit to senior-level staff for review. Record draft meeting minutes and submit to senior-level staff for review.
  • Utilize SUE results to mitigate conflicts. Review remaining conflicts and identify potential design changes to submit to senior staff members.
  • Make SUE recommendations and submit for senior level review. Review SUE results and update base mapping.
  • Review proposed plans to identify utility conflicts, submit identified conflicts to senior staff for review, and correct after senior staff review and has minor comments. Enter conflicts into URMS post-review phase.
  • Input scope information into URMS with minor comments and markups for a senior staff member and submit plans for verification.
  • Create roll plot or sheet layout for verification plans for minor to large projects.
  • Draft existing utility locations based upon gathered information with minor markups from a senior staff member. Occasionally, create existing 3d model of utilities and submit to senior staff member for review.
  • Identify, review, and gather background information required to complete draft assignment. Conduct utility field views with team members.
  • Enter web tickets via PA OneCall system.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Skills/Experience:
  • Proficient knowledge of Bentley software including MicroStation, InRoads and OpenRoads software.
  • Proficient knowledge of PennDOT/Turnpike plans production and utility coordination practices.
  • Proficient knowledge of PennDOT’s URMS system.
  • Proficient ability to read and interpret engineering plans.
  • Proficient problem-solving and abstract reasoning skills to solve complex problems.
  • Proficient communication and collaboration skills with the flexibility to work in as a team or independently.
  • Proficient knowledge of Civil Engineering principals, methods, and practices.
  • Proficient knowledge of utility infrastructure including water, sewer, gas, electric and telecommunications.
  • Proficient Deed research skills.
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision.
  • Ability to follow direction provided by senior level staff.
  • Proficient Microsoft Office skills.
  • Basic mentoring and leadership skills.

Additional Information:

Offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This position operates in a professional working environment that may require 5-10% travel.

Summary:

The Surveyor 1 position is responsible for creating deed mosaics, plotting baselines and legal right-of-way lines, preparing information for field crews, and QA/QC of mapping and mosaic files. They will work collaboratively with Field Staff, CAD Staff, Technicians, and Survey leadership, and will be given the responsibility to prepare plans, mosaics, intent to enter letters, as well as review CAD team member work, and mentor less experienced staff.

Must-Haves: Skills, Transferrable Experience, & Certifications:

Education: High School Diploma
Professional License:
PA PLS (Driver’s License Required)
Minimum experience:
10 years

Typical Duties:

  • Prepare traffic control plans.
  • Perform deed research online and at courthouses. 
  • Prepare requests for legal right-of-way.
  • Plot deeds, baselines, and legal right-of-way lines in CAD. 
  • Preparation of deed mosaics. 
  • Prepare intent to enter letters, and review letters prepared by others.
  • Review CAD files prepared by CAD staff.
  • Responsible for overseeing maintenance of all equipment and ordering of supplies. 
  • Attend project planning and training meetings. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned, including occasional inclusion in field activities. 
  • Prepare star—up information for field crews.
Preferred Skills/Experience:
  • Proficient communication, interpersonal and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to work independently, good time management skills, and critical thinking skills.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and other office software.
  • Basic knowledge of MicroStation CAD software.
  • Moderate mathematical and analytical skills.
  • Moderate understanding of land surveying principles and practices and the Professional Land Surveyors Act, preferred. 
  • Basic understanding and ability to apply methods and standards of technical report writing and computer-assisted surveying applications desired.
  • Basic understanding of PennDOT DM3 and PTC Design Consistency Manual.
  • Ability to read and interpret a variety of maps, title reports, and legal descriptions preferred.

Additional Information:

Offered rate of compensation for this full-time position will be based on individual education, qualifications, experience, and work location. This position operates in a professional working environment that may require 5-10% travel.