Senior Project Engineer (Civil Engineering)

Company Name:
McAdams Company
We are looking for a Senior Project Engineer to join our talented Engineering Services Group located in our Charlotte (NC) office. This team is comprised of CAD techs, Designers and Project Engineers. Relying upon your innovation and 5+ years of experience, you will design water and sewer mains, mass grading, roadway vertical design, erosion control, and storm drainage for high profile residential and commercial projects. As you will be designing and producing plan sets, you should have an extensive background in civil design, governmental regulations, AutoCAD-CIVIL 3D, plan preparation, surveying principles and construction techniques. As a senior member of this team you will be responsible for: directing and mentoring engineering/design/CAD tech personnel as necessary to provide sound technical advice, to resolve complex technical design problems, and to foster the careers of the team members.
A four year college degree in engineering with an emphasis in civil/site development is required along with a current PE license.

McAdams is known for its excellence in client service, timely project completion, and unsurpassed design expertise throughout North Carolina. For over three decades, we have been the trusted resource for those in the business of building infrastructure, both in the private and public sectors. As a company committed to design excellence, McAdams has a large staff of experienced surveyors, engineers, planners, designers, and construction professionals that can get projects permitted and built.
We offer an attractive benefits package; including medical, dental, vision, life and 401(k) with both a Roth option and a company match, learning opportunities and much more.
EOE: Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. We are equal opportunity employers. Decisions regarding hiring, promotions and terminations are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. We participate in E-verify. Information from all employees' Form I-9 is used to confirm work authorization.

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