Water/Wastewater Engineer


Neel-Schaffer, an ENR Top 500 engineering firm that provides planning, design, surveying, and construction management services, is seeking responses from qualified persons for the position of Water/Wastewater Engineer to work in our Arlington or Fort Worth (TX) offices.

With offices across nine states in the Southeast, Neel-Schaffer is increasing staffing within every region of the company. Our success has created multiple opportunities for experienced individuals seeking to participate in the continued growth of offices in exciting areas such as Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, TX; Jackson, MS; Nashville, TN; and Orlando, FL. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits that include health insurance and a matching 401(k) savings plan.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Technical competence in water and wastewater pipeline design.
  • Design of complex water and wastewater projects.
  • Development of innovative solutions to assist our clients in developing sustainable projects.
  • Management of projects including technical, financial, personnel and the QA/QC process.
  • Marketing efforts to support Office and Water / Wastewater initiatives.
  • Coordination with Water / Wastewater staff in other regions to support water, wastewater projects throughout the company.

Qualifications Include:

  • Professional Engineer with 5 to 10 years of experience in design, permitting and construction administration of water and wastewater projects for public and private clients.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering; advanced degrees and previous management experience is a plus.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Team builder, experienced with Microsoft software platforms.
  • Demonstrated experience in pipeline design.
  • Hydraulic modeling, design of pumping systems or treatment facilities preferred but not required.


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