South Florida Water Management District is seeking Staff Engineers or Engineer Specialists to provide engineering services to support the Hydrology and Hydraulics Section. The incumbents plan, schedule, conduct, and coordinate detailed phases of moderate to complex engineering projects or processes.
Some of the engineers on the team will be responsible for conducting canal and structure capacity studies; performing level of service evaluations of watersheds; performing flow rating analyses of spillways, culverts and pumping stations; analyzing and evaluating hydraulic and hydrologic data; maintaining and enhancing the District’s FLOW program; developing computer programs for hydraulic and hydrologic engineering computations; preparing or reviewing the hydraulic designs of water control structures, impoundments, canals and pipelines.
Others will prepare analysis, reports, and recommendations in support of the implementation, operation, and reporting of water resources projects; investigate, summarize, and interpret water control operation data to inform internal customers and the public; support litigation efforts by generating technical information; and represent the agency by providing information for projects and initiatives related to water control operation to stakeholders and partners, including federal, state, and local government agencies.
Bachelor's Degree from an ABET/EAC accredited program and 4+ years of experience that demonstrates measurable career progression within the engineering discipline that can be applied to support the District's strategic goals and objectives. Disciplines for engineering education and guidelines for experience include, but are not limited to, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and other water-related fields.
Staff Engineer: State of Florida Professional Engineer (PE) license or ability to obtain Florida Professional Engineer license within six months from date of hire by reciprocation of Professional Engineer license from another state. Valid State of Florida Driver’s License.
Engineering Specialist 4: Incumbent continues the process for attaining State of Florida Engineer license by receipt of Engineer-in-Training (EIT) designation and continuing to accumulate acceptable experience for work time licensure requirements. Valid State of Florida Driver’s License.