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Wright Water Engineers, Inc. (WWE) is a well-respected, employee-owned, stable consulting engineering firm that provides full-service water resources, environmental and civil engineering at offices in Denver, Glenwood Springs and Durango, Colorado. The firm was founded in 1961 and has a staff of approximately 45+ people who include senior level engineers, biologists, chemists, geologists, hydrogeologists, hydrologists, and scientists. WWE works throughout the United States and has an active client list of approximately 250 clients.  WWE offers a dynamic and challenging work environment with profit-sharing, significant bonuses and excellent benefits including medical and dental plans, flexible medical allowance, disability insurance, 401(k) with company match, and competitive salaries.   WWE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug free workplace.

 

Full-time Positions

WATER RIGHTS/RESOURCE ENGINEER - DURANGO

WWE is looking to hire an experienced water rights/water resources engineer, hydrologist or geologist for our Durango office.  The qualified individual will have achieved, at a minimum, a bachelor’s degree in an engineering, earth science or environmental program that emphasized water resources AND have 5+ years of water rights experience including the preparation of expert reports for water rights adjudications, water rights evaluations and due diligence.  The successful candidate must demonstrate water supply planning and hydrology experience as well as excellent writing skills and an expertise in spreadsheets and Colorado Decision Support System (CDSS) tools.

WWE is looking for individuals with strong interpersonal, problem solving, communication, and critical thinking skills that can work both independently and in teams and with a desire to learn and grow professionally.

Excellent salary and benefits package.

Non-degreed individuals or those without the minimal experienced need not apply.

Please send resume and cover letter to to kthrush@wrightwater.com.

 

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER – MID-LEVEL PROJECT ENGINEER

WWE is seeking a mid-level employee to serve as a water resources senior project engineer. Senior project managers at WWE play an active technical role in projects working with a multi-disciplinary team of Project Managers, younger project engineers, and scientists. This position is one step below a Project Manager where active involvement in technical work and leadership are essential components. We are looking for a degreed civil or environmental engineer with 3-5 years of required work experience in stormwater management, hydrology, hydraulics, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting. AutoCAD and/or GIS skills are also desirable. Good oral communication and technical writing skills are essential.

Excellent salary and benefits package.

Non-degreed individuals or those without the minimal experienced need not apply.

Email resume to kthrush@wrightwater.com.

 

CIVIL/DESIGN ENGINEER

WWE has an immediate opening in our Denver office for a water/wastewater civil design engineer with 5 years of experience.  This position offers a unique opportunity to work on a range of water engineering projects for an engineering firm that has operated in Colorado for 57 years.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in civil engineering.
  • 5 years of experience including at least 3 years full-time consulting engineering experience with knowledge of design and construction practices and time performing field/construction observation.
  • Able to develop construction plans, specifications and bid documents, evaluate engineering problems and write technical reports.  Ability to work with limited supervision.
  • E.I.T. and ability to obtain Colorado P.E. in the future.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience with AutoCAD®, Civil3D® (preferred).

The successful candidate will work with a diverse staff of experienced engineers on a wide range of projects such as water and wastewater treatment process design/evaluation, potable/non-potable/reuse/pipeline design, dam design, groundwater supply system design, site grading, storm drainage design, dewatering/groundwater management design, aquifer recharge and permitting, water and wastewater pump station design, water source supply studies, contract administration of civil engineering projects and conducting field observation of projects under construction.

Excellent salary and benefits package.

Non-degreed individuals or those without the minimal experienced need not apply.

Email resume to kthrush@wrightwater.com.

 

Internships

WWE typically hires two college–level engineering interns each summer to learn about water resources engineering and provide water resources engineering support services.    Our summer of 2018 internship positions have been filled.  Please check this site in the fall of 2018 for information on summer of 2019 internships.