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CIVIL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER (P.E.) Job Description

Established and rapidly growing DFW area firm offers civil engineering, hydrology, land surveying, landscape architecture, land planning, and MEP design services. We offer competitive salaries and a wide array of standard and optional benefits including, quarterly bonus potential, 401(k) plan with company contributions, health insurance plans, life insurance plans, short-term and long-term disability plans, dental and vision insurance plans, paid company holidays, and paid time off. Company culture is important to us, and we strive to provide our employees with a casual and friendly work environment as well as a supportive team atmosphere.


Applicants must have at least 4 years of relevant civil engineering design and drafting experience.

AutoCAD proficiency is required, AutoCAD Civil 3D experience is preferred.

Grading and drainage design experience is required.

Must be self-motivated and highly dedicated to meeting deadlines and producing quality work.

A friendly can-do attitude is a requirement of the job.

Ideal applicants will have experience with multiple site development project types. Examples include office, retail, restaurants, general commercial, churches, residential (single and/or multi-family), industrial, nursing facilities, assisted living, etc. Experience with single family residential projects is preferred. Experience with municipal infrastructure design (water, wastewater, roadway, drainage, etc.) is a plus but not a requirement.

Responsible for designing, coordinating, and otherwise assisting project managers with various residential land development, commercial site development, and municipal infrastructure projects.

Perform design and CAD drafting as required, and assist project managers in directing technical staff in the production of construction plans, specifications, exhibits, and other documents for paving, grading, drainage, water, sanitary sewer, and erosion control.

Prepare engineering studies and reports, perform project research, attend meetings and site visits, perform site assessments and site observations, coordinate with various project stakeholders (owners, developers, architects, contractors, other consultants, etc.), guide and mentor junior staff, perform various administrative tasks, and perform various marketing tasks.

In an effort to promote full utilization of our resources, the Project Engineer may be required from time to time to assist staff from other departments such as survey, landscape, MEP, etc.