Engineer II

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Brown and Caldwell, a national environmental engineering firm, has an exciting opportunity for an Engineer to provide engineering support to our project managers. We are seeking a motivated, achievement-oriented individual who can help us fulfill our commitment to deliver client success on each and every project we undertake. Job Expectations: You will work with and be mentored by nationally recognized, senior technical staff. The ideal candidate should have strong verbal and written communication skills, be highly organized and capable of working in a diverse team environment and handling multiple tasks with competing priorities. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Performing feasibility studies of different treatment technologies. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Assisting in the conceptual design of treatment trains. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Treatment systems may include treatment of contaminated groundwater, landfill leachate, any other types of wastewater streams. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Assisting in the development and preparation of technical documents including work plans, feasibility studies, technical memoranda, basis of design reports and engineering estimates. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Developing engineering drawings including process flow diagrams and preliminary P&ID;, equipment layout and site location plans. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Performing calculations in the areas of process engineering. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Coordinate bench study work with BC's treatability lab. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Assist with pilot study work. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Assist with startup and commissioning of treatment systems. Desired Skills and Experience: ΓΆΒ ΒΆ BS Degree in Chemical Engineering or related process engineering experience required; MS degree preferred. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Candidates should either have an EIT or be willing to obtain an EIT in the short term with eventually obtaining PE licensure. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Professional engineering experience a plus. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Good technical skills with the ability to articulate ideas and concepts both visually and contextually essential. ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Candidate will have strong verbal/written communication skills and ability to work well independently and in team environments.

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