Intermediate Water Resources Engineer
Intermediate Water Resources Engineer
Why join us?
Reporting to the Manager, Geoscience and Materials, AB, supporting a wide variety of projects across our western Canadian offices. The successful candidate will lead a wide variety of water resource, hydrology, and geosciences studies. The incumbent will be responsible for business development and daily operations of the hydrology work in the Geoscience & Material Division for the Prairie Provinces. The successful candidate will supervise surface water modelling (hydraulics and hydrological) and drainage designs by working with various departments in our Calgary and Edmonton offices, and other SNC‑Lavalin offices.
How will you contribute to the team?
Develop and maintain client relationships. Being the key client contact for Hydrology and Water Resource projects
Planning and managing all aspects of projects including resources, schedules, budgets, quality and deliverables
Preparation of technical proposals and reports
Hydrological and hydraulic modelling review
Perform leadership duties including recruitment and mentoring staff as well as performing senior technical reviews
Help grow and manage the division by identifying business development targets, developing and implementing expansion strategies
Experience in the following technical areas would be an asset:
Develop hydrologic models for flood studies and water resources solutions
Hydraulic calculations (e.g. design of ditches, culverts and pipelines)
Knowledge in climate change adaptability
Infrastructure (deep utilities) design
What will you contribute?
University degree in Civil Engineering, Hydrology, Water Resources or Earth Sciences
Currently registered or eligible to register as a member of APEGA
Minimum 6 years experience in hydrology, hydraulics, stormwater, water resources engineering projects, and project management
Good understanding of consulting business with a minimum of 4 years relevant experience in a consulting environment
Experience in the Prairie Provinces as well as the Northern Canada is considered an asset
Effective interpersonal skills, a strong client-service focus and the ability to work in a team environment are essential
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.
Experience in writing and winning proposals will be considered an asset
Ability to work on multiple projects, meet established deadlines and supervise staff
Strong business development skills
Experience using specialized equipment and software (e.g. flow measurement equipment, SWMM, GeoHECRAS, HEC-RAS, EPANET, HEC-HMS) would be considered an asset
Valid driver’s licence with a clean driving abstract
What we offer at SNC-Lavalin:
Our commitment to excellence extents do our workplace where we offer a flexible work environment, competitive compensation and benefits including a generous RRSP program and an employee Share Ownership Plan, in-house training programs, a strong emphasis on health and safety, support for continuing education and professional development and the opportunity to work with and learn from senior technical experts and professionals.
Local Candidates will be preferred and no relocation package will be offered.
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