Would you like to be a part of planning, designing and implementing infrastructure solutions that help provide water, wastewater, and reclaimed water services to communities throughout Florida? At Jones Edmunds, we understand the technical, but also take into account the bigger picture - regulatory drivers, funding, and environmental factors that impact our water supply, distribution and transmission, collection, treatment and disposal. We use the latest in modeling technology to really focus on water capacity, water management, water quality and conservation.
As an Engineer in our Infrastructure Discipline, you’ll get to work in a team-oriented environment to meet our clients’ utilities system needs. This collaborative work environment encourages our Associates to work across various engineering disciplines, resulting in quality work that improves the quality of life for the communities we serve. Our Associates are trained to demonstrate Jones Edmunds’ core values of Integrity, Knowledge, and Service in each of their project assignments. This focus allows them to further develop their technical and leadership skills and advance in their profession through the publication of papers, involvement in professional organizations, and work on exciting and challenging utilities projects.
Essential Job Functions:
Ability to design partial to complete projects, systems, components, or processes and prepare complete project documents.
Prepare complete project document consistent with project plans and within project scope and budget.
Prepare written correspondence.
Identify, analyze, and propose solutions to, or solve problems related to projects or assigned work.
Communicate regularly with the Project Manager on project activities and track project progress on completed work relative to the agreed-on scope and deliverable goals.
Engage in continuing professional development.
Quality Program Responsibility
Assume responsibility for the quality of work submitted. Review, evaluate, and verify accuracy and viability of designs, data, reports, and other documents before submitting them to the next review level.
Adhere to project deadlines and keep the Project Manager or Supervising Engineer informed of any difficulties encountered on assignments.
Review Engineer Intern’s work that was completed under his/her direction.
Perform peer reviews of project work.
Submit work for quality control review on time and in a complete format.
May act as a Task Manager.
Provide information to the marketing team and others in the Company as requested.
May interact directly with clients.
May interact with other professionals through membership in societies and technical organizations.
Present a professional and positive image of Jones Edmunds.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Education: BS in Engineering from accredited college or university
Registration: Florida Registered Professional Engineer
Experience: 4+ years of progressive consulting or related experience
MS in Engineering may be substituted for 1 year of experience
PhD in Engineering may be substituted for 2 years of experience
Other: Valid Driver’s License with an acceptable MVR
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Must have knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology. This includes applying principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to design services. Must be able to use computer aided drafting or design software for designing, drafting, modeling, and other engineering tasks. Must stay up to date on knowledge of construction and government standards relevant to engineering and have the ability to apply new technical knowledge on the job. Must be able to use scientific rules and methods to solve problems as well as understand the implications of new information for current and future problem solving and decision making.
Jones Edmunds & Associates will not sponsor a work visa (e.g. H1B, etc.,) to fill this position.
About Jones Edmunds
Jones Edmunds is a Florida-based consulting firm providing quality, professional services in engineering and environmental sciences. Dr. Richard H. Jones, Ph.D. and Robert C. Edmunds, P.E joined forces to form Jones Edmunds in 1974, after a fateful meeting over processing equipment in Germany. In the decades that followed, the firm expanded throughout the state of Florida, growing in size and expertise.
Today, we provide solutions in areas ranging from water resource management to civil engineering. Our passion for problem-solving means we wake up every day thinking about the next infrastructural problem facing our country, whether it’s tackling flooding issues, water quality concerns, transportation improvements or developing asset management solutions for successful operations & maintenance or capital planning.