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This design lead position within EMH&T’s Public Works Division provides engineering and technical project support for a variety of public infrastructure improvement projects with a focus on the following municipal services: roadway reconstruction and drainage design, pavement assessment and maintenance, water infrastructure evaluation and design, sewer design, and general preliminary engineering studies and reports.
The ideal candidate for this position is an individual with 3-5+ years of detailed public infrastructure design experience, who is interested in managing a technicians and/or more junior engineers. This position reports to a senior project manager within the Public Works Division. This individual will be responsible for assisting the senior project manager by planning and organizing workflow, providing technical oversight of various project components, overseeing the preparation of design calculations, details and specifications, as well as assisting with plan reviews and modifications.
Strong familiarity with both the City of Columbus and Ohio Department of Transportation Material and Construction Specifications and various design manuals is necessary. Qualified applicants will have experience successfully working with a team of technicians and designers to plan, design, bid and provide consultation during construction for a variety of public infrastructure improvements, including but not limited to: roadway reconstruction and widening, street rehabilitation and resurfacing programs, site grading and drainage improvements, and public utility improvements (water distribution and sewer).
EMH&T is currently looking for a Senior Water Resources Engineer - Flood Hazard Analysis to join our Water Resources team based in our Columbus, OH office.
The Senior Water Resources Engineer - Flood Hazard Analysis is a key member of the EMH&T Water Resources Engineering team. The incumbent will be responsible for the successful scoping, execution, and delivery of riverine flood hazard evaluations and watershed planning documents, either as standalone studies or in support of civil infrastructure design projects. The position requires a highly organized individual, capable of executing multiple assignments under the direction of one or more Project Managers.
The incumbent will provide technical leadership for floodplain modeling and mapping efforts, watershed-scale analyses including the identification of problem areas and remedies, and the analysis and design of sustainable practices such as green infrastructure. Familiarity with local, state and federal regulations pertaining to water quality, floodplain management and dam safety is a key element of this position, as is knowledge of drainage design criteria related to state/federal funded transportation projects.
Working with other EMH&T Water Resources Engineering senior team members, the incumbent will be charged with developing and implementing best practices to maintain quality in EMH&T's flood hazard analysis service delivery. This includes, but is not limited to performing quality control reviews, leading in-house training sessions, maintaining databases of resources and standards, and mentoring junior team members. The incumbent will be expected to participate in relevant trade associations to represent EMH&T and remain abreast of (and preferably drive) emerging trends in the flood risk management field. Candidates will also be required to develop and maintain contacts with public officials and regulatory agencies in the course of their work.
EMH&T is looking for a Civil Engineer Intern (EI) to join our growing Transportation team. You will have the opportunity to work under the direction of a senior project manager, providing design support for public transportation projects (City, County, ODOT, etc.), creating project designs from start to finish, including 3D conceptual plans, preliminary engineering documents, drainage analysis, topographic surface from survey, line work and contour drawings utilizing survey data points; develop plan and profile drawings and details for public infrastructure projects including: grading, utility plans, storm sewers, roadways, easements, access drives, cross sections, earthwork calculations, and plan quantities.
EMH&T is currently looking for a Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager to join our Water Resources team based in our Columbus, OH office.
This key position in EMH&T's Water Resources Engineering department serves as a Project Manager, overseeing the completion of studies and planning documents related to various stormwater and floodplain management, and ecosystem restoration projects. This individual is expected to have a strong background in the application of a wide variety of models applied to these projects, including steady and unsteady state hydraulic/hydrologic modeling, as well as related GIS-based applications. This individual will also understand and be able to manage projects, which require the development of construction documents related to stormwater management system improvements, flood control and ecosystem restoration.
This position will lead a wide variety of floodplain modeling and mapping efforts, watershed-scale analyses including the identification of problem areas and remedies, and the analysis and design of sustainable practices such as green infrastructure. Familiarity with local, state and federal regulations pertaining to water quality, floodplain management and dam safety is a key element of this position, as is knowledge of drainage design criteria related to state/federal funded transportation projects. This position is responsible for preparing and reviewing engineering documents and proposals, and serving as a client liaison with the responsibility of coordinating project schedules, budgets and quality work products.
As a Project Manager, this individual will be responsible for overseeing other technical staff and coordinating work efforts between departments, while maintaining strict quality control guidelines. This individual will be expected to participate in relevant trade association workshops to represent EMH&T. Advanced technical writing skills are required for this position. Written work products include reports, letters and technical specifications that must reflect current industry standards and an understanding of emerging technologies and practices.
The Transportation Division of EMH&T is actively seeking an experienced Structural (Bridge) Engineer (PE preferred), to join their team in Columbus, Ohio. The qualified applicant will be able to demonstrate coursework in structural engineering and relevant career experience designing bridges, culverts, retaining walls, foundations, and related structures. Prior structural work experience with public transportation projects (i.e., ODOT, Municipal, and County) including familiarity with steel and concrete designs conforming to ODOT and AASHTO Specifications is a plus. The candidate will also be involved in the development of contract plans, the preparation of engineer's estimates and construction specifications, and performing field support services as needed.
Incumbent assists with the set up of specialized equipment associated locating and marking location of storm water and sanitary sewer collection systems, including assisting with the process of videotaping the interiors of pipe systems using closed circuit video (CCTV) equipment. Duties involve the collection of data and working in and around sanitary and storm sewers and work is often physically demanding and often involve long workdays.
The Cleaning Truck Operator position works as lead with a sewer cleaning team. The successful candidate will operate the cleaning truck within sewer systems and will assist with set-up of specialized equipment associated with the cleaning, inspection or maintenance of storm water and sanitary sewer collection systems. Duties involve the collection of data and working in and around sanitary and storm sewers and work is often physically demanding and sometimes hazardous conditions exist.
All candidates must either possess a CDL Class B (with tanker endorsement) Ohio driver license, and a high school diploma. We would also be interested in speaking with you if you have a CLP (permit). We will assist with the training necessary to obtain your CDL Class B. Hourly rate will be determined by experience.
The Engineer Intern is a key member of the EMH&T Traffic Engineering team. This Engineer Intern position is a part of the Traffic team and contributes to traffic design including Traffic Control, Traffic Signals and Signal Systems, Highway and Site Lighting and Maintenance of Traffic During Construction. The incumbent will also participate in Impact Studies, Safety Studies, Interchange Justification/ Modification Studies, Signal Warrant Studies, Parking Studies, Pedestrian and Bikeway Planning, and Corridor Analysis including signal system timing. The successful candidate will work under the direction of an experienced manager to prepare plans, specifications and estimates for traffic engineering improvements and prepare written reports and orally present results and recommendations. The incumbent will receive specific direction for required tasks and is expected to apply engineering education and work experience to practical design and analytical challenges in an increasingly independent manner over time.
This position will monitor the work of contractors to ensure quality control and contract compliance primarily for public capital improvement projects of routine to moderately complexity. Oversee, inspect and monitor contractual field work which includes excavations, drainage facilities, road surfaces, water line installation and sanitary sewer piping and structures; schedules work and inspection phases with contactor and agency personnel. Advise contractors of violations/deviations and recommend adjustments to operations. Serves as a liaison between the Client and EMH&T. Maintain project records which include daily logs, materials notebooks, photos, as-built plans and/or pay quantity records.
The Engineer Intern is a key member of the EMH&T Development I Engineering team. This incumbent will be under the direction of a seasoned PM, receives instructions for required tasks and results expected for the production of private development plans. This position provides design support for private development projects, creating project designs from start to finish, including 3D conceptual plans, master planning, drainage analysis, prepare surface, line work and contour drawings from survey data points, develop plan and profile drawings and details, such as building placement, grading, utility plans, storm sewers, roadways, required easements, access drives, parking and so on in accordance with local zoning standards and internal EMH&T drafting standards. Typical projects include single and multi-family residential sites, commercial sites, senior and campus housing, etc.
This position supports the Development I Division; providing general administrative support as assigned to facilitate efficient and effective business operations for the Director, as well as, multiple leaders and project managers within this group. Responsible for providing assistance in preparation of internal division information for proposal and submittal purposes. Support the department in execution of a project while maintaining corporate processes and procedures (i.e. update client meeting notes, maintain company standards on internal and external correspondences, miscellaneous deliverables assistance, and archiving). Assistance with follow up of multiple staff members on deadline commitments for invoicing, timesheets, proofreading documents before submission and other requested information. Manage the use of Vision for the department including opening of job numbers, updating contacts, adhering to company standards, and coordinating all sub-consultant agreements with the accounting department. Additional administrative responsibilities include, but are not limited to; arranging meetings, conferences, handling RSVPs and assist in A/R. All Admin Assistants are part of a team that provides backup support to the Receptionist and fills in at the front desk as needed.