The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is seeking a Hydraulic Engineer for the Culpeper District location. If you like outdoor activities and community charm, Culpeper could be the right place for you! It was named “The Prettiest Town in Virginia” by Architectural Digest.
As a VDOT Hydraulics Engineer your duties will include:
- Developing and designing hydraulic models and drainage design elements of right of way and construction roadway plans
- Designing drainage, erosion control, and storm water management plans for roadway projects
- Reviewing and approving hydrologic and hydraulic design plans developed by consulting engineers
- Project management assistance with processes, schedules, budgets, design criteria, standards and specifications
- Problem solving storm water management issues for field maintenance staff
- Demonstrated experience applying civil engineering principles related to transportation, hydraulic and roadway design.
- Applying hydrology and hydraulics design to include peak discharge, hydraulic analysis, open channel flow, flood routing, and culvert and storm sewer hydraulics.
- Experience applying roadway design criteria, construction methods, standards, and materials.
- Experience applying drainage policies and design procedures.
- Skill in the use of computers and software applications to include engineering design & analysis programs.
- Skill in the use of CADD drafting and design packages.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Valid driver’s license required.
- Experience in Erosion and Control Design and/or Storm Water Management Design.
- Virginia DEQ Storm Water Management Plan Reviewer Certification.
- Knowledge of VDOT storm water drainage policies, design procedures including VDOT Drainage Manual.
- Knowledge of VDOT Road and Bridge Specifications and Standards.
- Skill in use of Microstation and Open Roads Drainage (SUDA) software.
- Civil engineering or related degree preferred.
- Professional Engineer License or EIT certification.