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  • ACCO Engineered Systems, a mechanical subcontractor, seeks to hire current students who are interested in pursuing a design engineer position in Portland or a project engineer position in the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information and to apply, visit their booth at the career fair on October 18.  (10/9)
  • A recruiting firm seeks to hire an assistant construction project manager with a range of experience and skills for a client’s transportation construction project management needs in the Oregon Region. This position likely be assigned to either the Portland or Salem office, depending on projects and successful candidate’s geographic needs. Learn more and apply. (7/19) 
  • The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Southcoast Design & Engineering Services Division seeks to hire an engineering assistant I\II\III flex position located in Juneau. Learn more and apply. (7/19)
  • Anderson’s Erosion Control Inc. seeks a full-time estimator for their Junction City, Oregon based office.  AEC is a small, local, family-owned company, which has been in business for 47 years. Their work includes Hydroseed, straw blowing, revegetation, soil placement, and irrigation for large scale government and commercial contracts. Their region of work is in Oregon and Southwest Washington. They have been a subcontractor for nearly every heavy civil company that does work in Oregon and many of the building general contractors as well. AEC has been a subcontractor for K&E and Scarscella out at the Eddyville Hwy 20 Project for over the last five years and has been instrumental in stabilizing miles of slopes in less than ideal conditions. To apply, email an updated PDF of your resume to Kevin Madsen (CEM ’12). (9/19)
  • Brigham Young University seeks to hire new faculty in transportation engineering in our Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. Learn more and apply. (10/2)
  • Bucknell University seeks to fill an open faculty position in the general area of Construction Engineering/Project Management. The position is open rank and tenure-track, starting in August 2018. Applications are only accepted through Bucknell's career site, careers.bucknell.edu. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. (10/16)
  • The Bureau of Reclamation seeks to hire a  GS-7/9/11 Civil Engineer (Geotechnical). The positon has includes technically interesting work in dam safety, and is located in Colorado. Learn more and apply. (10/9)
  • CH2M seeks candidates for one or more construction coordinator positions at a project site in Hillsboro, Oregon. This is a full-time, entry level position. The construction coordinator (cc) is the focal point of all trade activities for equipment installation at a major chip manufacturer. The cc will join an established team which is responsible for driving and planning coordination of all install activities. Responsibilities include:
    • Manage construction schedule to meet contractual milestones.
    • Coordinate work among all trades, vendors, and client stakeholders.
    • Field verification, and daily tracking of construction progress.
    • Mitigate impacts to factory production.
    • Mitigate safety hazards, and foster an Incident and Injury-free culture.
    • Manage and execute required paperwork/documentation.
  • Learn more and apply. (8/22)
  • Cal Poly Pomona invites applications for two tenure-track positions in Civil Engineering, in the technical areas of Geotechnical Engineering and Structural Engineering, at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in Fall 2018. For full position description and application procedures, check the university website or contact the Civil Engineering Department by email at ce@cpp.edu. (10/19)
  • Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo announces an open search for a tenure-track position in Construction Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering starting fall 2018. Applicants are encouraged to submit materials by November 15, 2017 for full consideration; however, the position will remain open until filled. For questions, please contact the CE/ENVE Department at ceenve@calpoly.edu. To apply, visit www.calpolyjobs.org to complete the required online faculty application and apply to Requisition #104150. (10/19)

  • Caltrans in the North Region Project Development Division is working to hire a large number of Transportation Engineers (Civil). The steps towards applying for a Transportation Engineer (Civil) position are described below. These will include positions for Transportation Engineer (Civil) in all areas: Design, Construction, Hydraulics, Specifications, Planning and Traffic in each of the geographic locations. Entry level hires will be eligible for their Engineering Rotation Program which provides on-the-job training assignments in Design, Construction, and other engineering offices. A career at Caltrans offers opportunities to specialize in one area or develop broad experience in the various aspects of Transportation Engineering. Lifestyle options are also varied; both office and field assignments exist in the twelve districts across the state and headquarters functions in Sacramento.
    • Step 1: Create a CalCareer account: This account will provide the starting point towards taking the on-line exam/assessment and providing for on-line job application submittal.
    • Step 2: Take the online state-wide Transportation Engineer (Civil) Exam/Assessment. The exam is an experience and education assessment for those with an ABET CE degree, or EIT. College seniors are also eligible to take the exam, but must provide proof of completion of degree or EIT prior to appointment.
    • Step 3: Apply for vacancies at CalCareer
    • Step 4: Interviews: The applicant will be contacted if chosen for interview. Allow about 2-3 weeks after the final filing date listed in the job posting for notification of selection for interview. If you have questions regarding the steps above, contact Lauren Farmen. (9/6)
  • The City of Portland seeks to hire an engineering associate-structural for the Portland Bureau of Transportation. Engineering associates perform routine to intermediate engineering design and construction project management or developer plan reviews for structural assets such as bridges or retaining walls. The application period closes on Monday, July 10. Learn more and apply. (6/26)
  • Contech Services, Inc., a smaller-size specialty contractor of 23 years seeks in up to two entry-level project managers for sales, estimating, and project management. They’re licensed in seven western states and offices between Vancouver B.C., Seattle, Portland/Vancouver, and Southern California. Salary, Medical, and 401K is included. The position is for the Vancouver, Wash. office which serves all of Oregon and Hawaii. To apply, send an updated PDF of your resume to the operations manager for the Vancouver/Portland office, Brian Klump
  • Corvallis Public Works seeks to hire four seasonal maintenance workers for the positions of street maintenance, paint and sign application/installation, urban stream maintenance, and wastewater reclamation. Learn more and apply. (7/3)
  • Currie & Brown seeks to hire a cost engineer. Learn more and apply. (10/19)

  • David Evans and Associates seeks to hire a construction designer – inspector. Learn more and apply. (7/19)
  • Engineering Selection, a talent acquisition firm, is seeking applicants for a transportation lead engineer, located in Salem, Oregon. Learn more and apply. (7/19)
  • Forell/Elsesser seeks to hire structural designers. Learn more and apply. (10/2)
  • George Fox University announces a tenure-track faculty position in civil engineering, to begin in August 2018. They seek applicants with the ability to teach in a broad range of undergraduate civil engineering courses, giving priority to candidates with expertise in one or more of the following specializations: structural, geotechnical, and/or transportation engineering. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to engage in appropriate professional and scholarly activities, supervise internships, advise students, perform undergraduate research, and carry out other faculty responsibilities. Learn more. (9/11)
  • Fore Construction seeks to hire a project engineer for their Portland-based office. This is an immediate need with a start date as soon as possible for the successful candidate. To apply, send your resume to Erik McClure. (7/19)
  • The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for multiple full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty positions; all ranks will be considered. The Department seeks to expand its expertise in emerging interdisciplinary areas that are critical in addressing global challenges through innovative education and research. Desired areas of expertise for the positions are: Optimization and Life-Cycle Performance for Large-Scale Structural Systems, Geoengineering for Sustainable Urban and Off-Shore Development, Synthetic Biology for Environmental Solutions, Emerging Construction Materials for Buildings and Pavements, Sustainable and Smart Infrastructure and Multimodal Transportation. Learn more and apply. (10/9)
  • Interlaken, an alumni-owned utility excavation firm, seeks to hire an entry level project manager for their Portland based office. To apply, send your updated resume in PDF format to kendall@interlaken-inc.com. (10/2)
  • The Department of Transportation in Honolulu, Hawaii seeks to hire recent graduates who are interested in working for the State of Hawaii. They also hire student interns (during summer) and 89-day hires. Visit the State of Hawaii’s civil service job opportunities page and search “engineer” to learn more about the various positions available. To apply, send resumes to dot.air.jobs@hawaii.gov. (7/24)
  • HDR seeks to hire a geotechnical/staff engineer for their Folsom, California office. The primary duties of the Geotechnical EIT/Staff Engineer are to conduct field investigations, research technical documents, and support analyses to develop design options or recommendations and assist in the preparation of cost estimates and specifications for geo-structural engineering projects. Perform routine engineering assignments requiring application of standard techniques and procedures. Work independently as directed and be an integral member of larger design teams. Perform other duties as needed. The position requires a Geotechnical engineering focused master’s degree and EIT. Computer knowledge of Apile, Driven, LPile, Group, SHAFT, CPTiT, Gint, Settle3D, GeoStudio (Seep/W, Slope/W/SigmaW) and/or UTEXAS4; liquefaction evaluation; Civil3D, ARC GIS, QUAD4 and FLAC not required but a plus. Previous Geotechical design experience (internship or full-time work experience) and good communication skills are a plus. An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of their employee-owned culture is a must. Learn more and apply. (8/14)
  • HP Civil seeks to hire a project engineer for their Stayton, Oregon-based office. To apply, send an updated PDF of your resume to Larry Gescher. (9/25)
  • LCG Pence seeks to hire a project engineer to start as soon as possible on their Mcminnville High School project. To apply, send your updated resume in PDF format to michellec@lcgp.com and leez@lcgp.com. (10/2)
  • LCG Pence seeks to hire new employees. Learn more about available opportunities and apply. For more information, contact Cory Loomis, project manager. (8/22)
  • Lancaster Engineering seeks to hire a full-time transportation analyst position for their Portland office. Placement in the Bend office is possible for the right applicant. They will consider any qualified applicants from entry-level to those who have recently passed the PE exam. To succeed in this position, you will need to be technically minded, independently motivated, and have strong self-management skills. If you have a love of traffic analysis, including sight distance, safety, intersection capacity analysis, saturation flow rates, signal timing, pedestrian volume forecasting, and simulation, then this position may be for you. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree (or ability to obtain in the next six months) in Transportation Engineering. Preference is given to applicants with hands-on experience. Experience with AutoCAD, Synchro/SimTraffic, Vistro, Vissum, and familiarity with standard reference manuals (i.e. HCM, AASHTO, MUTCD, TRIP GENERATION). Excellent written/verbal communications skills, particularly the ability to communicate technical material to a variety of audiences. Comfortable multitasking and handling many projects and deadlines at once. Knowledge of Oregon and Washington land-use laws and local agency development regulations is a plus. Desire to work with a small group of transportation professionals and be part of a close-knit team. To apply for this position, email Todd at todd@lancasterengineering.com. (7/19)
  • Lightworks Electric Company seeks to hire an intern and/or full-time construction manager/estimator for their Tualatin, Oregon based office. The majority of projects that Lightworks concentrates on have a heavy civil focus, but they also offer opportunities to learn some electrical construction skills. They work on many projects with NW Earthmovers. They are interested in hiring a construction student that can assist with updating their current systems – there is a lot of room for growth with this company. The hours are flexible until your graduation date. To apply, send an updated copy of your resume to Lauren Farmen  or bring a copy by Kearney 101. (9/19)
  • Lutron seeks to hire three full-time positions with a start date of June 2018. They have development programs for entry-level positions in sales, construction management, and engineering. To apply, send an updated copy of your resume Chelsea Till. (10/2)
  • As part of a strategic initiative in the area of Urban Engineering, Northeastern University seeks faculty candidates for tenured or tenure-track appointments at the assistant, associate, or full professor level in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering across the broad area of Smart Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems. Learn more and apply. (10/19)

  • ODOT's Graduate Engineering Program is designed for recent engineering graduates to transition from student to full-time engineer. For up to 24 months, GEP participants are provided rotational assignments throughout ODOT engineering disciplines. Participants are recognized as full-time employees, receiving a salary, a full benefits package, and mentorship from a registered professional engineer (PE). This can provide up to two years qualifying time toward obtaining PE licensure. Ideal GEP candidates will have recently passed (or be prepared to take and pass) the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. Program training is provided through rotational assignments in various civil engineering disciplines such as construction, design, or maintenance for a minimum of 18 months and a maximum of two years. The program is open to all qualified applicants including current, qualified ODOT employees. ODOT is recruiting for several GEP positions throughout the state. Learn more and apply. (10/9)
  • Oklahoma State University seeks to hire a water resources engineering assistant professor, tenure-track faculty appointment. The faculty member will be expected to develop a research program addressing priority water-resource issues in Oklahoma and the region. Programs are expected to include evaluating the impacts of agricultural management practices on water resources (particularly hydrology, nutrients, and contaminants), modeling watershed and in-stream water quality, developing best management practices for water conservation and to improve off-site water quality impacts, statistical hydrology, or any combination thereof. The faculty member's instructional program will include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Biosystems Engineering. In particular, the incumbent will be expected to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses. Inquiries or questions only regarding this position may be directed to Dr. John Veenstra Professor and Head (405-744-5431) or Dr. Carol Jones, Search Committee Chair, (405-744-6667). Screening of applications will begin October 13, 2017. Applications will be accepted until a candidate is selected for the position. Learn more and apply. (10/2)
  • The Oregon Department of Transportation is recruiting for an associate in engineering to join the Region 2 team. This position supports the project manager, assistant project manager, construction coordinator, quality control compliance specialist, construction designer, lead inspectors, and surveyors in their job duties. The associate in engineering performs inspections, surveys, and office work. This person works as part of a 15-20 member project manager's crew administering construction contracts and supporting project development. ODOT invites members of all diverse communities to join our workforce as they endeavor to best serve Oregonians from every background. ODOT values diversity and inclusion because they are good for Oregon. ODOT believes that by welcoming differences, encouraging new ideas and views, listening to and learning from each other, and providing opportunities for professional enrichment we are better able to serve those around us. Limited Duration: This is a limited duration appointment that is expected to end on or before 06/30/2019. Limited duration appointments are benefits eligible and have a designated maximum length of service. Learn more and apply here or visit odotjobs.com and search for job posting ODOT17-1603oc. This opportunity closes at 11:59 p.m. on October 2, 2017. For questions about this job announcement, call Erin at 503-986-7146. ODOT is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. (9/19)
  • Paradigm Construction seeks to hire project engineers for their Waipahu, Hawaii office. To apply, submit an updated copy of your resume to Alex. (10/9)
  • Nagamine Okawa Engineers, Inc. seeks to hire structural engineers for their Honolulu, Hawaii office. To apply, email your updated resume in PDF format to George Gutierrez, Jr. (10/9)
  • The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) at North Carolina State University (NCSU) expects to fill three positions over the next two years. The first position will be in the area of large scale structural engineering experimentation, while the other positions are expected to be in the broader civil engineering areas of structures, geotechnical, materials, and resilient infrastructure systems. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2017, and applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Interested applicants should apply online (position #00000552). (10/9)
  • The Portland District Corps of Engineers will soon be recruiting for one or more project engineers to work in the construction resident office located near Bonneville Dam. They are also seeking one or more project engineers to work as Cost Engineers/Construction Liaisons at the District Office in Downtown Portland. For both positions, applicants must have graduated within the last two years in Civil Engineering or CEM and have at least one-year total relevant experience. U.S. citizenship is required. If you are interested in learning more about a project engineer position with the Corps of Engineers, contact Violet Albright, PE at Michelle.V.Albright@usace.army.mil, 541.414.7963 to schedule an informational interview. If you are interested in learning more about the cost engineer/construction liaison position with the Corps of Engineers, contact Eileen Rodriguez at eileen.rodriguez@usace.army.mil (503.808.4427) to schedule an informational interview. (10/19)
  • StructureCraft seeks to hire a site-based project coordinator as a permanent position but more specifically for two upcoming projects: the Peavy Hall Building at Oregon State and the Framework Building in Portland. The start date is September-October, 2017. StructureCraft specializes in design-build services to a growing clientele in the commercial, institutional and residential sectors. Our niche is creating, fabricating, and erecting practical design solutions for unique architectural concepts, usually in long span, exposed timber, and timber/steel structures. We are an exciting, growing company that thrives on challenge and innovation. We work extensively across North America and have recently completed work in Asia. The project coordinator will report to project managers and responsibilities will include project coordination through design, tender, award, procurement, manufacture, construction administration, install, erection and close out and all of the many bits in-between. A diploma or degree in Engineering or Project Management with 0-2 year’s experience, preferably with some heavy timber or related experience. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to info@structurecraft.com with salary expectations. (9/6)

  • TallWood Design Institute seeks to hire an outreach coordinator position. Learn more and apply. (10/19)

  • The Department of Civil and Chemical Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the general area of transportation engineering with an emphasis on Intelligent Transportation Systems beginning August 1, 2018. Applications must be submitted electronically through the UTC Faculty Career Site. (10/9)

  • The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for an open tenure-track faculty position in the area of Earthquake Engineering, to be filled at the untenured Assistant Professor level, with an expected start date of July 1, 2018. Learn more and apply. Application deadline: October 30, 2017. For questions, contact jobs@ce.berkeley.edu. UC Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer. (9/25)

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites applications for position #0085351, Assistant Professor, a full-time, general funds, tenure-track position, pending position clearance and availability of funds. To begin January 1, 2018, or as soon thereafter as possible. The University of Hawaii is a Carnegie doctoral/research-extensive university with a strong emphasis on research and graduate education. The Department offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, and its undergraduate program is ABET accredited. Current enrollment is approximately 300 undergraduate and 60 graduate students with 16 faculty members. For more information on the department, please visit cee.hawaii.edu. This position requires expertise in an emerging field of structural engineering, including, but not limited to: coastal design for storm wave or tsunami loading, design of steel and/or concrete bridges and/or buildings for extreme loading including hurricane, tsunami, earthquake, impact or blast loading. Duties include, but are not limited to: conducting assigned undergraduate and graduate courses, research, and providing service to the university and community. For a full description of the duties and qualifications and for application instructions, visit workatuh.hawaii.edu or contact the department chair at pdp@hawaii.edu. Learn more. (9/11)

  • WSP, a global leader in geotechnical and tunnel engineering, seek to hire a geological engineer II. The successful candidate would on projects such as the California High Speed Rail Project, BART to Silicon Valley, Arizona SR 202 South Mountain Freeway, St. Louis, Missouri Project Clean tunnels, and various projects for the Federal Highway Administration, among others. Learn more and apply. (10/2)