Engineering Employment Opportunities

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MUNICIPAL ENGINEER – FAIR LAWN, BERGEN COUNTY.

Seeking a full-time experienced Municipal Engineer. Under the direction of the Borough Manager, he/she is responsible for supervising and performing independent work in the complex phases of general civil engineering, planning, surveying and/or inspection of construction sites and public work projects, utilities or related facilities. Candidate must be detail oriented, capable of multi-tasking, with the ability to demonstrate sound judgement and communicate effectively with the Borough Manager, governing body, other municipal officials, employees, the general public, and general contractors; ability to maintain an effective working relationship with the Council liaisons. Experience in the following areas is preferred: design of roadway resurfacing/reconstruction, storm water management systems, water/sewer utility infrastructure, sanitary sewer systems, capital project management, and other municipal infrastructure, inspection of municipal infrastructures and civil site projects; review of planning/zoning board applications. The ideal candidate should have 5 years or more of full-time experience as a municipal engineer in a New Jersey municipality. Must possess a New Jersey State Professional Engineering License from an accredited college or university, proficiency in AutoCAD and Microsoft Office. ERSI ArcGIS software and Edmunds desired. Salary is commensurate with experience. Employment applications are available at www.fairlawn.org. Employment application, cover letter, resume and compensation requirements should be emailed to KPeluso@fairlawn.org. Application deadline: Friday, March 29, 2024. Fair Lawn is an Equal Opportunity Employer and reserves the right to interview applicants as received.


Geographic Information Systems Specialist
The Municipality of Princeton’s Infrastructure & Operations Division is seeking an enthusiastic professional to join our nonunion full-service team. This position will support all municipal departments while developing, implementing, and coordinating the GIS program. Deep knowledge and experience with ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise and apps such as Field Maps, StoryMaps, Survey123, and Workforce are desired. Prior experience in a local government or utility setting preferred. This position requires the ability to handle confidential information and materials in a professional manner while operating with a high level of discretion and technical independence.
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Principal Engineer
The Municipality of Princeton’s Engineering & Infrastructure Operations Department is seeking an enthusiastic
professional to join our nonunion, full-service team. Under the direction of the Assistant Municipal Engineer, the Principal
Engineer shall lead and/or perform planning, design, permitting, and construction management of capital infrastructure
projects.
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Academic Advisor, SBED

The Academic Advisor will provide academic advising and registration support for SAET first-time and transfer undergraduate students. The position includes organizing and participating in recruitment activities at high schools, county colleges, and NJIT events. The individual will also coordinate the department’s undergraduate research activities, and Experiential Learning opportunities (e.g. NJIT-Makerspace) by SAET students.

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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER TRAINEE – BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP, BURLINGTON COUNTY

Burlington Township is seeking an Environmental Engineer Trainee for work on various engineering projects. This position primarily involves, but is not limited to, design, bidding and construction oversight of municipal potable water and sanitary sewer improvement projects; reviewing water & sanitary sewer engineering aspects of residential and commercial land development applications for compliance with municipal codes and accepted standards; coordinating plan review with the Township Water & Sewer Departments; performing field inspections and preparation of punch lists. Additional duties include: preparation of New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) Permit application; updating and executing the Pollutant Minimization Plan (PMP) to locate the source and reduce the level of PCBs in the effluent discharged to the Delaware River; assisting the Water Plant Operator in preparing the annual Consumer Confidence Report; preparation of Water Allocation Permit application; reviewing TWA and WME Permit applications; and providing technical assistance to the Water and Sewer Departments on engineering, operational and environmental compliance issues related to the Township’s water and sewage treatment plants as well as the water distribution and sanitary sewer collection systems, including pumping and treatment equipment design. All engineering work shall be performed under the oversight of the Township Engineer. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology from an accredited college or university. A NJ EIT certificate and/or a NJ Professional Engineer’s license is a plus. Water and/or Sewer Treatment Facility operator’s license is a plus. Candidates shall be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel. Familiarity with the use of ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD 2020 is preferred.  The salary ranges from $90,000 and up, contingent on experience. Send resume including cover letter (addressing above criteria) to: Stacy Schwoebel, Human Resource Office, 851 Old York Road, Burlington, NJ  08016 or email to svail@twp.burlington.nj.us 

Job Description Civil Service

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Director of Public Works and Engineering – Berlin Township

Berlin Township is seeking a Director of Public Works and Engineering.  The ideal candidate will have ten years of municipal public works or civil engineering experience, 5 years of which should be in a supervisory capacity.  Candidate should possess a CPWM certification.  Experience in the following areas is preferred:  maintenance of roadways, stormwater management, snow operations, sanitation & recycling experience, maintenance of recreational facilities, sewer systems and vehicle maintenance.  Possess knowledge of applicable laws and regulations including but not limited to State and Federal grants, prevailing wage, local public contracts law (including bid preparation and review), NJDOT, NJDEP, sanitary sewer and MS4 stormwater, NJDCA and Camden County local grants.  Attendance at monthly council meetings is required.  The Township is willing to consider full time, part time or shared service opportunities.  A full job description for this position is available on the Township website at https://berlintwp.com/.

Please submit the resume’ to Ms. Catherine Underwood, R.M.C., Township Clerk at municipalclerk@berlintwp.com by December 20, 2023.


Engineering Aide – Jersey City

The City of Jersey City is seeking an Engineering Aide to join the Division of Engineering’s team to assist engineering and planning professionals responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient travel of the public.

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Project Manager- Municipal Engineering

Boswell Engineering has an immediate opening for a Municipal Engineer- Project Manager. As the Project Manager, you will be assigned to the Municipal Department. The Project Manager will be assigned projects and will be given necessary resources and staff to complete assignments.  The Project Manager will report to the Municipal Department Manager.

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Planning Board Engineer, Morris Plains
Location: 301 Gibraltar Drive, Suite 2A, Morris Plains, NJ, 07950

Description

Are you an ambitious Civil Engineer looking to advance your career?  Do you enjoy leading teams big and small?  Do you enjoy a role that offers a variety of projects and tasks?  Then GPI is right for you! GPI’s Morris Plains, NJ, office seeks an experienced Civil Engineer to join our Municipal Engineering Team.  This person will review planning board applications and engineering plans, including private, commercial, and residential development applications, to ensure compliance with relevant municipal ordinances and codes.

GPI is a multi-discipline engineering firm that has been providing planning, design, and construction services for transportation infrastructure and building system projects throughout the United States for over 50 years. Ranked in the Top 100 Firms by Engineering News Record, GPI is a forward-thinking, innovative firm with a culture that is committed to excellence and fosters staff empowerment. For more information, visit: www.gpinet.com

What You Will be Doing:

  • The Planning Board Engineer will be the central point of contact between the Municipalities and GPI
  • Attend Planning Board, Board of Adjustment, and/or Combined Land Use Board meetings as required
  • Be familiar with the Municipal Ordinances and Codes of various municipalities to review and evaluate Municipal Development Applications
  • Prepare reports for Boards and attend evening Board meetings as required
  • Testifying before municipal boards
  • Interaction with other GPI subject matter experts in support of application review
  • Be familiar with local, county, and state stormwater management, soil erosion control standards, NJDEP land use permits, and Municipal Land Use Laws
  • Analyze preliminary and final site plan drawings, reports, and related data to perform necessary reviews
  • Construction Inspection of site improvements to ensure compliance with Board approvals 
  • Administer performance bonds preparation and release recommendations
  • Perform marketing duties related to maintaining existing clients as well as obtaining new working clients
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and coordinate with the Board secretary regarding agendas
  • Assist with the implementation and collection of invoices
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned

What you need:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent 
  • 5 to 10 years of related experience 
  • Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey
  • New Jersey State Municipal Engineer Certification or a New Jersey State Board of Professional Planners License is a plus
  • Maintain a valid driver’s license with a clean motor vehicle report (MVR) for final consideration

 

Salary Range  

$105,000 – $125,000, depending on qualifications

 

EMAIL RESUMES TO: corporaterecruiter@gpinet.com