Project Engineer II- Northen VA

Company Name:
Timmons Group
Timmons Group has been the leader in innovative design consulting within Virginia, North Carolina and surrounding states since 1953. With more than 200 professionals located in offices throughout Virginia and North Carolina, we offer our clients decades of senior-level experience and solve their challenges in creative ways, providing them with innovative solutions at an incredible value. We have been an Engineering News Record Top 500 Design Firm for more than 15 years and are committed to helping our clients achieve their vision. A values-based company with a clear mission to understand the unique needs of its clients, Timmons Group is dedicated to solving engineering and technology challenges because we know that helping our clients achieve their vision results in shared successes.
We are currently seeking a Project Engineer II to join our Ashburn, VA office in our Site Development Group.
The Project Engineer is responsible for completing assigned tasks under the supervision of the Group Leader, Project Manager or more experienced engineers. Individuals should be experienced with some or all of; Utilizing AutoCad software to complete grading, Civil/Environmental Consulting, Land Planning, Residential/Commercial Subdivision Design, Stormwater BMP's, Permitting, Inspection, Erosion Control Design, Cost Estimates and Construction Administration
Minimum qualifications include a bachelors or masters degree in civil engineering with the ability to obtain professional registration within two (2) years of hire date.
Must have received or will receive within nine months of hire, a valid E.I.T. license.
Ideal candidates would have two to four years(2-4) experience in engineering.
Must be eligible to work in the United States.
We are looking for high energy, creative, flexible, patient, self-starters who are willing to work at a dynamic pace. Candidates must share a commitment to our company's Vision, Mission, and Shared Values.
EOE " Equal Opportunity Employer"

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