Civil Engineer

Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/5/2018 12:33 PM)
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Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a position open for a civil engineer.


Responsibilities include coordinating with utility providers in relation to NCDOT transportation projects; developing utility sheets using CADD software programs; evaluating potential conflict points with existing utilities. Occasional travel will be required.


The successful candidate must have a bachelor's degree (or higher) in civil engineering from an accredited four-year college or university AND at least four years of relevant experience.


The ideal candidate will have experience with any/all of the following: NCDOT transportation design projects; NCDOT utility projects; AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or MicroStation; MS Office. A PE license in the state of North Carolina is also a plus.


If you have strong communication and organizational skills, are self-motivated, and can work well both independently and as part of a team, complete the online application process for this job posting at OR submit your cover letter and resume (and the pdf application if possible) to the address below. The deadline to apply for this position is Monday, February 26, 2018. Interviews are awarded on our review of your ability to meet the qualifications in the paragraphs describing the “successful” candidate and “ideal” candidate, so be sure to explain where indicated in the online application (or in your COVER LETTER, not just in your resume, if you are applying by mail) how you meet each qualification listed in the paragraphs above. Mead & Hunt will not sponsor a visa (H-1B, etc.) for this position.



Attn: Req. #2018-1570

2440 Deming Way

Middleton, WI 53562


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.


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