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Job Description

  Job TypeFull-timeDescriptionPosition Summary: While working alongside peers and ENGEO’s technical leaders, you will gain experience working on a wide variety of challenging and world-renowned projects. You will be encouraged and supported to manage increasingly complex and geotechnically challenging projects.
A Day in the Life: “Ever-changing! In a given week I could be working on several different projects in various stages of design or construction. I have a good mix of heads-down work, fieldwork, and project management work. My advice is to find what types of projects, types of analyses, or skills you are looking to develop. You will get the opportunity to work on them – all you need to do is ask.” - Teresa Klotzback, P.E., Project Engineer
Primary Responsibilities

  • Lead and manage projects
  • Analyze vertical and lateral capacity of both shallow and deep foundations, perform settlement analyses, liquefaction analyses, and seismic evaluation
  • Design?earth-retaining structures, slope stabilization, corrective grading, and landslide mitigation
  • Create geotechnical recommendations for the design of private and public projects
  • Perform logging of borings and test pits, observation of pier and pile construction, and other construction observation, such as observation of grading operations
  • Perform other relevant duties as required

A Few Notable Projects

  • Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Los Angeles, CA
  • Multiple Technology Campuses for Google, YouTube, and Facebook, Bay Area, CA
  • Oceanwide Center, San Francisco, CA
  • Metro Purple Line Extension, Los Angeles, CA
  • Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth, New Zealand
  • Transmission Gully Highway, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Kaikoura Earthquake rehabilitation of State Highway and Railway, South Island, New Zealand

Benefit Highlights

  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
  • 401k and employer matching
  • 4 Medical plans to choose from
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Vacation, Holiday and Personal PTO
  • Vehicle allowance

RequirementsOur Ideal Candidate

  • A team player who enjoys exciting environments
  • Experience in both design and construction geotechnical services
  • Excited to take on new challenges, learn, and grow
  • Has an entrepreneurial spirit and a positive attitude
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
  • Driven to go above and beyond in client service
  • Thrives on creative problem solving
  • Proven track record in delegating tasks
  • Ability to generate new work from existing and new clients
  • Experience mentoring staff

All Candidate Criteria

  • Three or more years of engineering project management experience
  • Licensed as California Professional Engineer or licensed in another state and can become licensed in California within 6 months
  • Education: M.S. in Civil with Geotechnical Engineering specialty (minimum required)
  • Experience with settlement, slope stability, seepage, and foundation design and construction; deep foundations, and shallow foundations
  • Seismic and GIS experience a plus

Salary DescriptionApproximately $85,000 - $97,000