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Civil Designer (Substations)

Posted 2 years ago in Engineering



My name is Erica and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking someone for a Civil Designer position with a prominent Fortune 500 client of ours. The position is located in Raleigh, NC.

Job description as follows:
· Civil and Structural design experience
· This position will be designing Substations
· Autocad is mandatory
· Microstation is a plus

About The Fountain Group:

Headquartered in Tampa, FL, with operations in all 5 regions, The Fountain Group is a Contingent Labor Resource Provider. The Fountain Group services clients directly, clients with an internal contingent labor program, and clients with an external managed service program.

At The Fountain Group, we know that searching for a new career can be stressful, which is why we take time to understand your skills and personal goals. We understand the importance of job flexibility and professional growth, and offer top-notch positions with leading employers. In fact, the majority of our clients are well known Fortune 100-500 companies. We also offer a variety of benefits to our associates to ensure their overall happiness.

In addition to assisting with your job search, we will help you through every step of the process offering online tutorials and additional resources to enhance your industry knowledge and skills. As your employment agent, we are dedicated to providing career counseling and job advice, knowing precisely what established companies want.

At The Fountain Group, we treat you like family, regardless of your proximity to our office. We are dedicated to providing you with an exciting, challenging and highly rewarding place to work. Become a part of our team today and let us put your talents to work.

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