Municipal Waste-Water Engineer

MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER ENGINEER My client is looking for a degreed civil engineer with 5 to 10 years of experience.
Experience with sewer, wastewater, water, drainage, grading and site design desired, TX PE license is desired.
Environmental Wastewater Treatment Engineer, with experience in environmental monitoring, facility development, and operation and maintenance of sewer collection, drainage systems, strong technical background, ability to think strategically, in-depth knowledge of regulations and permitting.
Basic Qualifications Successful applicant must be a registered Professional Engineer (PE) BA or MSc in Environmental or Civil Engineering.
Minimum of 8 years of experience on wastewater, water, and air monitoring projectsMUST HAVE a proven background in planning, design of wastewater treatment, retention & pumping facilities.
MUST HAVE experience with water supply, treatment, storage & pumping facilities.
Experience with managing projects, participate in strategic planning processes, developing budgets and project execution.
Ability to write proposals, business development & help to foster company growth.
Excellent communication skills.
o Attain and/or maintain 40-hr HAZWOPER certification and the ability to maintain the highest standards of Health & Safety in all worko Have a strong work ethico Candidate should have managerial experience, be energetic and communicate effectively with client personnelo In-depth knowledge and understanding of CERCLA, RCRA, or state regulations properly communicated to customer and office.
This is a great opportunity for a Civil Waster-Water Engineer looking to expand their career with one of the most prestigious firms in TX.
If you are interested Contact:
Frank Sgro at Liberty Personnel Services 484.
key words:
Hydrogeologist, Hydrogeology, Geology PE, Environmental Engineer, Engineering, geologist, project manager, Remediation, LSRP, Licensed Site Remediation Professional, geologist, geo-technical, water, ground water, surface water, Env, consulting, Phase l, Phase ll, site investigation)

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