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Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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Job Description

Job Description
Sirch, Inc. WANTS YOU if:
  • You're fascinated by flooding and storm water.
  • You're a fan of naturally adaptive and resilient solutions.
  • You think math and technology are fun and analytics excite you.
  • You believe innovation and pragmatism are essential and compatible.
  • You are inquisitive and collaborative.
  • Challenges invigorate you.

  • Design and analyze using hydrology and hydraulics (H&H) modeling.
  • Model flooding.
  • Design storm water management.
  • Plan for shoreline and coastal resilience.
  • Design stream restorations.
  • Design dam projects and perform safety inspections.
  • Analyze sediment transport.
  • Investigate water resources.
  • Process wetland and waterway permits.
  • Assess and restore watersheds.
  • Design AMD remediation.
  • Assist with grant applications and management.
YOU TELL US...What water resources concern do you want to solve?

  • 3+ year experience
  • Experience in any or all of the following: H&H modeling, floodplain analysis, shoreline/coastal resilience, dam design, scour analysis, riverine hydraulic analysis, hydrologic modeling and calculations, CLOMR, LOMR, storm water management design, stream restoration, and the permitting and approval process.
  • Competence in HEC-RAS 1D, HEC-RAS 2D, SMS or similar software modeling.
  • Project management skills in water resource design from concept through construction, including achieving proposals, invoicing, project milestones, and deadlines.
  • Competence in client relationship and meeting facilitation.
  • Team leading directing and mentoring junior staff.
  • Proficiency in use of software for hydrology, hydraulics, drafting, presentation, and routine office administrative tasks.
  • Writing and verbal communication skills.
  • Willing able for occasional travel and overtime.
  • Professional Engineer (P.E.). Will also consider certified allied professional with storm water and/or stream design experience.

  • Personalized career path planning.
  • Paid internal and external education and training.
  • Career advancement opportunities locally and nationally.

  • Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or related degree.
  • Minimum 3-8 years' experience.
  • Master's degree in Environmental Engineering preferred.
  • Professional Engineer (PE) registration
  • Valid driver's license with acceptable violation history.