Delta Oaks Group

Civil Engineer I


Raleigh, NC


Full Time


The selected individual will be responsible for assisting in the completion of various civil-site design, environmental, hydrologic/hydraulic, and erosion control related tasks including on-site field inspections; interpretation and evaluation of stormwater, erosion control, and earthwork related issues; site remediation design; rawland civil-site design, co-location telecommunication facility design, environmental report production, and project management coordination of designed projects.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Working as part of a team under the direct supervision of a project manager or project engineer, the candidate will be responsible for performing inspections, evaluations, computations, and designs generally associated with civil-site engineering discipline, including but not limited to:
    • Completing spatial layout of telecommunication facilities based on governing municipality zoning requirements
    • Completing and optimizing design of telecommunication facilities from an earthwork, drainage, spatial, construction feasibility, and cost-efficiency perspective
    • Completing hydrologic and hydraulic calculations typically associated with roadway drainage systems
    • Performing site design tasks including roadway plan and profile, grading, erosion control, and permitting
    • Preparing and coordinating environmental related services such as Phase I ESAs and NEPAs, including SHPO/THPO consultation, TCNS Public Notifications, etc.
    • Providing CAD support for the candidate’s own designs as well as designs of senior staff
    • Analyzing/evaluating the relationship between stormwater runoff and slope stability
    • Performing on-site inspections of field conditions relating to stormwater systems, slope stability, and erosion control
    • Preparation of engineering studies and reports regarding slope stability, rural roadway systems, and stormwater control in rural roadway settings
    • Corresponding with various municipalities and governing agencies regarding design and permitting requirements
    • Coordinating with sub-consultants and contractors to provide clients with turn-key solutions
    • Researching innovative methods for addressing issues related to steep slopes & rural roadway stability

Knowledge and Skills Required

  • General knowledge of the turnkey workflow process associated with the design and permitting of rawland telecommunication facilities and/or new construction commercial/residential developments
  • General knowledge of the hydrologic and hydraulic principles associated with roadway drainage, riverine and open channel systems, bridge and culvert systems, and/or watershed modeling
  • General knowledge of environmental reporting processes and components typically associated with new construction and telecommunication facilities
  • Experience (and/or the ability and willingness to learn) with computer drafting software such as AutoCAD (specific experience with roadway plan and profile, cross section layout, etc. is preferred) is required
  • Working knowledge of hydraulic computer software such as HEC-RAS, HydraFlow, HydroCAD, HEC-HMS, etc. is preferred
  • Experience in the survey field, including office and field survey operations a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software, particularly Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Experience in production of technical reports is preferred
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Strong organization, time management, and coordination skills
  • EI Certification preferred

Personal Traits

  • The ideal candidate will be self-motivated worker, capable of operating in a team-oriented environment intended to complete projects effectively and efficiently. He/She should have strong interpersonal skills, as this position requires working and interacting with fellow co-workers on a daily basis. This person should be a self-starter, with a focus on company and career advancement though diligent work, technical competence, and client satisfaction.

Physical Demands

  Frequently = more than 75% of time

  Constantly = between 25% and 75% of the time

  Occasionally = less than 25% of the time

  • Frequently required to sit
  • Frequently required to view computer monitor
  • Occasionally required to perform field work
    • Field work may include, but is not limited to:
      • Gathering field measurements and survey data in steep terrain, which may include working around steep slopes and working in remote wooded areas
      • Gathering data on roadway drainage systems, which may include working around vehicular traffic, lifting heavy items (drainage grates), and working around steep slopes (2:1)


Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from an ABET accredited institution


Internships, Co-ops, and/or engineering experience amounting to 1-2 years in the civil engineering field is preferred


Some travel, approximately 20%, will be required.


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