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Tag: Civil Engineering

Entry Level Civil Engineer Position in Portland!

 Power Engineers (Portland) currently has a job opening for a civil engineer and reached out to Gonzaga to fill the position!!

The best way to apply is to visit www.powerengineers.jobs and type 2127 in the Job# box, then hit Go.  Our contact at Power Engineers would be happy to answer any questions “you may have about what we do here at POWER and especially about this position. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at the number listed below. I also encourage anyone to visit our website (www.powereng.com) to learn more about what we do and how we do it.”

Civil Engineer I (#2127)

Portland, OR    

Seeking an entry level Civil Engineer to work in our Portland, Oregon office. The successful candidate will work in our Energy Division detailing site development requirements for substations in various project locations. Familiarity with civil design tools such as InRoads or Civil3D is a plus. Experience with hydrologic and hydraulic evaluation and documentation is highly desired.  Previous designing, drafting, or engineering work experience is desirable (may have been on a co-op or intern basis). BSCE, with minimum GPA of 3.0, and EIT registration is required. The ideal candidate is interested in consulting engineering and the electric utility industry. EEO/EE Employer.

If you would like the name and phone number of our contact at Power Engineers, please call or e-mail the Career Center & GAMP office at 313-4234 or CareerCenter&GAMP@gonzaga.edu.

 

POWER Engineers, Inc.
Energy ¡ Facilities ¡ Communications ¡ Environmental

www.powereng.com

*Licensed in OR, WA, ID, WY, UT, CA & TX

 

Interested in Weather & Water?

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  • Would you like to assist Emergency and Water Managers in making critical decisions?
  • Are you excited about using the latest technologies like radar, satellites, computers and advanced models?
  • Would you like to work in the expanding area of water resources forecasting?
  • Does helping to save lives and property during flood events interest you?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Weather Service Office in Spokane, Washington may have a position for you as a Service Hydrologist Position.

Here are a handful of duties:

  • Is responsible for evaluating and making recommendations to improve the effectiveness of the WFO/supported WFO hydrologic program.
  • Preparing, issuing and providing quality control over the preliminary river and flood forecasts, as well as adaptive stage and flood forecasts.
  • Alerting the Meteorologist In Charge (MIC) of deficiencies in products or procedures.
  • Instructing and training other WFO personnel in operational aspects of the hydrology program.
  • Managing the flash flood program for the WFO.
  • Supervising the hydrological data acquisition network.
  • Participating in the Community Preparedness and Outreach Programs.

For a full job listing, go to: www.usajobs.com and search for Job Announcement Number:  NWS-WR-2009-0172