Senior Highway Design Engineer

Company Name:
Fuss & O'Neill
At Fuss & O'Neill, our mission is to provide our clients with innovative and practical engineering, scientific, and planning solutions to meet their needs. We act together as one company, collaborating to achieve our priorities; we believe constructive discourse that welcomes diverse viewpoints makes for a stronger team; and we support our employees' professional growth through training and opportunities for increased responsibility.
We are seeking two Senior Highway Design Engineers to serve as technical leads and assistant project managers on roadway and traffic projects.

These professionals will take the lead during conceptual, preliminary and final design of a vast array of infrastructure and community development projects; and mentor and train less experienced engineers. The Senior Highway Design Engineers will also contribute to the preparation of project budgets and schedules; organize and participate in internal and external meetings; and independently plan, analyze and evaluate design aspects of various transportation projects.

Position Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Transportation Engineering
Typically requires at 6-10 years of experience in highway and roadway engineering and design
P.E. is required
Proficiency with Civil3D, AutoCAD required
Proficiency Microstation and InRoads preferred
Experience with DOT project design requirements and plan preparation guidelines required
ConnDOT, MassDOT, or RIDOT experience preferred

These positions can reside in our Manchester, CT or West Springfield MA offices.
Visit our website at http://www.fando.com/Careers/Current_Openings/ to upload your resume and apply for the position.

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