WWE Careers

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

Environmental Scientist/Water Resources Engineer – Junior Level Project Engineer

WWE is seeking a junior environmental scientist or water resources engineer to work in our Denver, Colorado office. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science, Civil (water) Engineering or a related field. We are looking for a candidate with 1-3 years of experience in stormwater management and municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) regulations. Work would involve preparation of stormwater management plans (SWMPs), field inspections of construction and post-construction best management practices, meetings with clients and contractors, and work with a team of engineers and scientists. Good oral communication and technical writing skills are essential. Experience with AutoCAD and/or GIS are desirable.

Please send resume to Kristine Thrush, Controller, at kthrush@wrightwater.com.

Water Resources Engineer – Mid-Level Project Engineer

WWE is seeking a mid-level employee to serve as a water and civil engineering senior project engineer. Project managers at WWE play an active technical role in projects, working with a multi-disciplinary team of project engineers and scientists. This is not purely a management position – active technical work and leadership are essential components of this position. Work experience (3-5 years, or more) in stormwater management, hydrology, hydraulics, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting is required. AutoCAD and/or GIS skills are also desirable. Good oral communication and technical writing skills are essential.

Please send resume to Kristine Thrush, Controller, at kthrush@wrightwater.com.


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 2019 internship positions are currently open.  Interested candidates may email their resume to Gary Witt at gwitt@wrightwater.com.