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Water Resources Engineer
TriSearch Denver, CO

Water Resources Engineer

Denver, CO
  • Full-Time
Job Description


Engineering company that is a leading provider of stream restoration, water resource engineering and environmental science services, is currently seeking a qualified candidates with a background in hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and stream restoration for a full-time engineering position in Lakewood, Colorado, location.

The company offers the benefits of a small company yet provides a diverse range of technical services allowing our team members to gain a wide variety of technical experiences. We employ a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and scientists with a variety of skills and expertise. Typical projects include stream restoration, hydraulic design, construction observation, geotechnical studies, geomorphology, design/build work, water rights, water balance and system reliability studies and development review. Much of our work is in Colorado, but we have projects across the US and around the world. Our array of projects provides opportunities for growth and development for engineers in any stage of their career.

The company benefits from many long-standing client relationships. As such, project managers can focus their attention on project work and technical tasks, not business development.


  • A bachelors degree (minimum) in the field of civil engineering, environmental engineering, hydrology, water resources, construction management or a closely related field.
  • Professional engineer license in any state with the ability to obtain CO licensure within 6 months. (PE License)
  • 10+ years of progressive experience.
  • Project management and staff coordination skills.
  • Proficiency in hydrology and hydraulics; stream restoration design and geomorphology experience preferred.
  • 1D and 2D hydraulic modeling competency.
  • Plan review and construction observation experience.
  • Working knowledge of geotechnical engineering preferred.
  • Strong computer literacy skills.
  • Civil 3D and GIS knowledge.
  • A desire to be both a technical leader and project manager for a wide range of projects.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead hydrologic and hydraulic assessments to support evaluations and design for a variety of public and private clients.
  • Complete geomorphologic evaluations and sediment transport modeling.
  • Coordinate stream restoration design including field evaluations, design, modeling and construction observation.
  • Manage projects, staff, budgets, schedules and clients.
  • Prepare reports, specifications, plans, construction schedules, and designs for project.




Denver, CO
80228 USA


Energy and Environment

Posted date

Over a month ago

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TriSearch job posting for a Water Resources Engineer in Denver, CO with a salary of $78,900 to $107,900 Yearly with a map of Denver location.