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JOB BOARD

Current Jobs

Director of Engineering/City Engineering

City of Wentzville

Wentzville, Missouri


Principal Engineering Manager

HydroGeologic, Inc.

St. Louis, Missouri

Graduate Civil Engineer

Allgeier, Martin, & Associates

Springfield, Missouri

Field Crew Technician

Allgeier, Martin, & Associates

Joplin, Missouri

Civil Engineer

Allgeier, Martin, & Associates

Springfield, Missouri

Civil Engineer

Allgeier, Martin, & Associates

Springfield, Missouri


Senior Project Engineer

Seaboard Overseas and Trading Group

Merriam, Kansas

Professional Engineer - ES Water Resources

City of Springfield

Springfield, Missouri

Dam Safety Engineer

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Rolla, Missouri 


Director

Center for Clinical Pharmacology

St. Louis, Missouri


Engineer III-IV (Natural Gas and Water)

City Utilities

Springfield, Missouri


R&E Tax Credit Lead Engineer

Rubin Brown

St. Louis, Missouri


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

WENTZVILLE, MISSOURI

DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING/CITY ENGINEER

 

WENTZVILLE, MO (pop. 44,372) the “Crossroads of the Nation”, the City of Wentzville growing community offers the services and amenities of a contemporary city with the charm and friendliness you'd expect in small-town America.  Wentzville is a vibrant city whose charm is exceeded only remarkable people who call it home.  The friendliness and hospitality that recall a simpler era still remain in Wentzville.  Wentzville has been the fastest growing city in Missouri, by percentage population increase, for two consecutive decades from 2000 to 2020.  It is a growing, changing and thriving city with more than 44,000 residents, up from 29,070 in 2010, making it the 15th largest city in Missouri.

The community’s continued growth can be attributed to a dedicated and visionary City government and staff coupled with involved community members and vibrant businesses working together to prepare Wentzville for the future.  Wentzville offers a unique quality of life, with convenient proximity to the St. Louis metropolitan area and the benefits of a family-oriented community.  It offers exceptional City services and safety forces, excellent school systems and scenic parks and recreation areas, ensuring it as a great place to live, work and explore.

Wentzville’s unique location at the intersections of Interstates 70 and 64, as well as rail access, provides the City of Wentzville with ample opportunities for continued growth.  Its diverse and growing business environment includes more than 800 brick-and-mortar and home-based businesses. General Motors, the City’s largest employer, continues to invest in its facility, while small businesses also thrive within the community.  Expanding thoroughfares, new opportunities for economic development and growth in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors, ensure it will continue to be one of the fastest growing cities in Missouri

CITY GOVERNMENT AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

The City has a FY2021 adopted budget of just over $115.6 million in expenditures.  Wentzville’s personal property tax rate is the 2nd lowest of the five largest municipalities within St. Charles County, Missouri.  The City's capital improvement project budget includes more than $70 million over the next five years that is exclusively dedicated to transportation improvement projects.

Due to the current and continued growth within Wentzville, the City recently launched the new Department of Engineering by separating duties from Public Works Department.  Th newly created Director of Engineering will plan and direct all operations of the Engineering Department including the Stormwater Division, and responsible for the development, management, integration and implementation of a wide variety of functions, programs, plans and staff engaged in the engineering design of all City infrastructure and facilities.

The Director of Engineering can expect to work closely with the Director of Public Works, Director of Community Development, and City Administrator fellow department directors and staff, elected officials and members of the City’s oards and ommissions as appropriate. The Director of Engineering is an integral part of the City of Wentzville’s leadership team, requiring well-developed leadership abilities and management skills that are based upon consensus building, visioning and problem solving. The Director will serve as the City Engineer and must have a strong desire to work in a collegial, fast-paced, team-oriented environment. They must be a highly motivated, self-starting, detailed-oriented and confident individual with excellent interpersonal skills. 

  • A bachelor's degree in civil engineering or construction related field from an accredited college or university is required.  A Licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri or the ability to obtain a Missouri license within 12 months of employment is required.   
  • At least five years of progressively responsible experience in civil engineering or private sector construction project management or the equivalent combination of education and experience is desired.  A Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, a Certified Stormwater Manager, or a Project Management Professional certification is preferred.  
  • Additionally, NIMS or Emergency Management Training is preferred or the ability to 12 months of employment.

The salary range for this position is $101,767 - $125,754 DOQ.  The City offers a very competitive benefit package including participation in the Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS) system and a full range of leave and benefits centered around a life/work balance.

The recruitment for this position is being handled by GovHR USA. Candidates should apply by October 13, 2021 with resume, cover letter and contact information for five (5) work-related references to www.GovHRjobs.com to the attention of:  Sarah McKee, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA 630 Dundee Road, #225, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel:  224-282-8310.

 

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act.  Diversity and inclusion are critical to their success.  They seek to recruit the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool and strongly encourage women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities and veterans to apply.

 

Click HERE to Apply!


Principal Engineering Manager

Description/Job Summary

HGL (HydroGeologic, Inc.), is an industry leader with over 30 years of experience providing comprehensive environmental engineering services by implementing innovative, effective, and sustainable solutions that address today’s environmental, infrastructure, and natural resource challenges. HGL provides environmental engineering, remediation, and construction services, as well as Military Munitions Response Program support to the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, and other federal and state government clients. HGL is one of the few companies that remain committed to research and development, offering a dynamic work environment for creative, energetic professionals.

Responsibilities/Duties

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Providing leadership and direction to a project team of Engineers, Geologists, CAD Specialists and other technical staff in the development of studies and strategies for remediation of contaminated media;
  • Providing leadership and direction in the development of engineering studies, plans, designs, specifications and engineering/construction submittals for the remediation of environmental contamination;
  • Ensuring accuracy of cost estimates and quality assurance of technical documents;
  • Provide leadership and direction of engineering support to construction crews during the construction/implementation of engineering designs to ensure successful execution of field work;
  • Perform peer review of technical documents and technical reviews performed by others and provide feedback and recommendations; Working with Project Manager and other senior members of project team to ensure overall success of the project and office.
  • Provide mentorship and leadership to engineering staff.

Required Skills

  • Excellent communication and organization skills;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Projects including Word, Excel and Powerpoint; Prepare and clearly present technical concepts and solutions in client/stakeholder meetings Ability to work collaboratively with peers from other companies and the government client; Must be able to execute multiple projects and tasks concurrently.

Required Experience

  • Previous experience (15 years or more) of relevant environmental experience associated with investigations, reporting, engineering studies and/or construction.

Preferred Experience

  • Experience with line/organizational management of technical staff including development of performance objectives, performance of personnel reviews, and hiring and mentoring of staff. Experience on US Army Corps of Engineers construction or environmental projects.

Required Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental, Civil, Chemical, or Geotechnical Engineering or related field.

Preferred Education

  • Master’s Degree in Environmental, Civil, Chemical, or Geotechnical Engineering or related field.

Required Qualifications

  • Professional Engineer (P.E) registration in MO or ability to obtain through reciprocity and 40 Hour HAZWOPER certification.

Details

  • A pre-hire drug test is required and some positions require a baseline physical exam. Some positions may require US Citizenship. Local travel in the St. Louis area and vicinity will be required.

Emaijtrudeau@hgl.com if you're interested in applying. 


Graduate Civil Engineer- Springfield, MO
Description:

A civil engineer to fill a permanent position with our Civil Engineering Department. Successful candidates should hold a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an accredited engineering college and possess an Engineering Intern Registration. This person would work with other engineers emphasizing water and wastewater systems, transportation facilities, hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas, while also coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications for regulatory agencies. Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports is also desired. The company utilizes a wide variety of computer based design tools including Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station (bonus). Applicants are desired to have experience in utilizing one or more of these software programs.

Responsibilities:
  • Water and wastewater systems
  • Transportation facilities
  • Hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas
  • Coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications
Requirements:
  • Engineering Degree from an accredited engineering college
  • Engineering Intern Registration
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports
  • Proficiency with Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station software is preferred

Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Field Crew Technician- Joplin, MO

Description:

Seeking an experienced field crew technician.


Responsibilities:

  • Utilize a variety of skills including
    • Help with data collection
    • Operation of instruments
    • Teamwork
    • Basic computer knowledge
  • Work environment includes working outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
Requirements:
  • Possess and maintain a valid drivers license and good driving record
  • Ability to work out of town for one or two weeks at a time
  • Ability to lift and carry up to fifty pounds, walk and stand for extended periods of time

Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Civil Engineer- Springfield, MO
Description:

A civil engineer to fill a permanent position with our Civil Engineering Department. Successful candidates with 2-4 years of Civil Engineering experience should hold a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited engineering college and possess an Engineering Intern Registration. This person would work with other engineers emphasizing water and wastewater systems, transportation facilities, hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas, while also coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications for regulatory agencies. Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports is also desired. The company utilizes a wide variety of computer based design tools including Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station (bonus). Applicants are desired to have experience in utilizing one or more of these software programs.

Responsibilities:
  • Water and wastewater systems
  • Transportation facilities
  • Hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas
  • Coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications
Requirements:
  • Civil Engineering Degree from an accredited engineering college
  • 2-4 years experience
  • Engineering Intern Registration
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports
  • Proficiency with Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station software is preferred

Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Civil Engineer- Springfield, MO

Description:

A civil engineer to fill a permanent position with our Civil Engineering Department. Successful candidates with 5-10 years of Civil Engineering experience should hold a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited engineering college. Candidates should possess a Professional Engineering Registration in the State of Missouri or the ability to obtain one within 6 months of employment. This person would work with other engineers emphasizing water and wastewater systems, transportation facilities, hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas, while also coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications for regulatory agencies. Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports is also desired. The company utilizes a wide variety of computer based design tools including Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station (bonus). Applicants are desired to have experience in utilizing one or more of these software programs.

Responsibilities:

  • Water and wastewater systems
  • Transportation facilities
  • Hydrology and hydraulics and similar areas
  • Coordinating land surveying, soil testing and preparing permit applications

Requirements:

  • Civil Engineering Degree from an accredited engineering college
  • 5-10 years experience
  • PE registration in Missouri, or obtain one within 6 months of employment
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work closely with clients in both oral presentations and written reports
  • Proficiency with Auto Cad, Civil 3D, ESRI, WaterCAD and Micro Station software is preferred

Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Senior Project Engineer

Seaboard is seeking a Senior Project Engineer at our corporate headquarters located in Merriam, KS. Candidates should have over 10 years’ experience in Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering with a design-build firm, or end user engaged in grain or feed processing, bulk material handling, agriculture, or food processing. Must have proven experience managing the full life cycle of projects including scope, schedule, and budget.

Position will utilize a wide range of management and engineering skills to conceive, execute, and commission multi-million-dollar capital projects. This includes but not limited to all phases of design conception, engineering oversight, procurement, execution, and start-up.

Candidates must be willing to travel approximately 25% to our overseas operations throughout Africa, South America, and The Caribbean.

To learn more about this opportunity and apply online, please visit our website.


Professional Engineer - ES Water Resources

Salary: $60,777.60 - $94,619.20 Annually

Location: Springfield, MO

Job Type: Full Time

Department: Environmental Services


All applications received by Friday, September 24, 2021 are guaranteed review for consideration.

The City of Springfield is actively seeking a Professional Engineer (option to underfill as an Engineer III) for our Water Quality Management and Protection Division in the Environmental Services Department. The primary focus of this role could include.

  • Lead a team of GIS and data analysis professionals in collection system assessment, performance, and asset management;
  • Update and utilize the sanitary sewer hydraulic model;
  • Perform capital planning and rehabilitation improvement analysis;
  • Manage infrastructure planning and improvement projects with design consultants.

The ideal candidate will seek innovative solutions and have a technical background in hydraulic modeling software, data analytics software, and water resources or wastewater engineering.


About the Department of Environmental Services

Environmental Services is responsible for protecting the quality of the water resources in and around Springfield. Environmental Services manages over 1,200 miles of sanitary sewer infrastructure, two award winning wastewater treatment plants, water quality compliance with the City’s municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4), and the regional municipal landfill. In 2021, Springfield was highlighted as 1 of 13 municipalities in an EPA report to Congress with an implemented Integrated Plan for the Environment. Environmental Services is a department of strong leadership, vision, and innovation who is committed to creating a workplace culture focused on employee happiness and success. In a career with Environmental Services, you will have the opportunity to serve your community, doing work that makes a difference every day. Click here to learn more about the Environmental Services Department.


Benefits

City of Springfield employees enjoy competitive benefits including Employee Health coverage at no cost, generous paid leave time, a LAGERS pension provided at no cost, and Life/Dental/Cafeteria Plan options. To read further about the City's benefits, Click Here.


About Springfield, MO

Growing 9% from 2010 to 2020, the Springfield metro area is thriving and offers a cost of living 14% lower than the national average. Located in the heart of the Ozarks, recreation opportunities abound with great proximity to area lakes, streams, and hiking experiences, making Springfield a Top 40 city for quality of life. Check out, Living in Springfield for more reasons to consider Springfield, MO.


Qualifications and Requirements


Experience, Education, and Training

Professional Engineer

  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in an Engineering discipline; AND
  • Four years of experience in engineering work.
  • Engineering experience must be commensurate with assigned specialty area required for current vacancy.

Engineer III (Underfill option):

  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in an Engineering discipline; AND
  • Three years progressively responsible engineering experience;
  • Must possess an Engineering Intern (EI) certificate from a State Board of registration for Professional Engineers within probationary period;
  • Master's Degree in Engineering may be substituted for the EI certification.


Licensing/Certification

  • Must possess a Professional Engineer's license;
  • Must possess MO license as issued by the Missouri State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers within six months of employment.

Functions


Professional Engineer:

For more information on essential functions and other requirements, please see the job description.


Engineer III:

For more information on essential functions and other requirements, please see the job description.


Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability and Vet

Individuals with disabilities should request reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act prior to testing or appointment. Proof of United States Citizenship/Authorization to Work in The United States as established by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986 is a condition of employment. Pre-employment drug testing is required.


All interested candidates MUST complete the City of Springfield on-line application in its entirety. The candidate profile must include all employment history with accurate and complete information prior to submission. Resumes alone will not be accepted as the application, but they may be submitted as supplemental documentation.




Dam Safety Engineer

Job Position Number: 5040107

Salary: $ 50,000- $ 65,136 annually

Job Location: This position will be located at the Missouri Geological Survey Office in Rolla, MO


Why you’ll love this position:

Dam Safety is a critical function associated with the State of Missouri’s water resources infrastructure. You will be inspecting dams throughout the state of Missouri. The program’s engineers review construction permits for new dams and modifications to existing dams. You will routinely work with engineers, owners, and the citizens of the state to improve public safety. Hydraulic routing of reservoirs, slope stability modeling, and emergency response are exciting aspects of the job that you will be involved with from day one. This is a fast paced, highly variable work environment with a rewarding mission. You will be joining a passionate team that exhibits a can-do attitude.


What you’ll do:

  • Complete dam safety inspections as a registered professional engineer
  • Complete hydraulic and hydrology reviews as a registered professional engineer
  • Complete geotechnical review for proposed new dams
  • Complete construction permit site visits to observe construction of a new or modified dam
  • Schedule dam inspections and communicate with dam owner(s), general public and consulting engineers
  • Prepare reports, charts, and findings associated with projects in the program
  • Complete dam height evaluations
  • You will be a team player and perform duties as assigned to create a highly efficient work environment


All you need for success:

Minimum Qualifications

  • Licensure as a professional engineer in Missouri, or ability to transfer licensure within 6 months of employment
  • BS degree in an engineering field related to geotechnical and/or civil engineering
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs and valid Driver License
  • Ability to work outdoors for long hours in all seasons, with some overnight travel required


Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in hydraulic design calculations relating to dams and reservoirs (HEC software a plus)
  • Experience inspecting hydraulic structures and earthen dams
  • Experience in soil mechanics and slope stability modeling

If you have questions about this position please contact:

Ryan P. Stack, PE - 573-368-8837 ryan.stack@dnr.mo.gov


The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!


Director

Center for Clinical Pharmacology

A Joint Venture of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

and the University of Health Sciences & Pharmacy

St. Louis, Missouri


The Washington University Department of Anesthesiology and University of Health Sciences & Pharmacy (formally the St. Louis College of Pharmacy) invites applications for an exciting and critically important senior leadership role as the Director of the Center for Clinical Pharmacology. The Center, established in 2015, marked the first institutional-level partnership between two historic institutions - University of Health Sciences & Pharmacy in St. Louis (UHSP) and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (WUSM), specifically the Department of Anesthesiology.

The Director will be tasked with leading the strategic planning efforts for all research growth and development, mentorship of trainees and faculty, fostering a diverse and inclusive environment in which to stimulate new and exciting research endeavors, growing inter-institutional partnerships and a collaborative culture, and promoting research innovation. Successful candidates will be expected to direct an active extramurally funded research program. Generous startup funds and lab space are available.

More than 40 staff and faculty currently occupy 12,000 square feet of dedicated research space. Faculty investigators have a prime appointment in either the Department of Anesthesiology or in a department at UHSP and are given adjunct appointments at the partner institution, allowing easy access to rich and plentiful academic and research resources at both institutions.

The mission of the Center is aimed to improve the therapeutic use of drugs and diagnostics to increase their clinical effectiveness and therapeutic outcomes, as well as to discover and develop new therapeutics. Faculty in the Center bring years of experience in drug discovery and development including drug mechanisms, chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. There is a significant interest and expertise in basic, translational and clinical research to better understand and improve the treatment of pain. This includes the identification of analgesic drug targets by improving the understanding of the neurobiology of pain, optimizing the use of existing analgesic drugs, as well as developing and identifying new drugs and other therapeutic approaches for treating pain.

The Center also has broad expertise in the pharmacology of nuclear receptors – ligand activated transcription factors that regulate a variety of physiological functions including development, metabolism, immune function, and reproduction. Pain has emerged as a target area as Center faculty have discovered unique pathways that modulate inflammasome function that reduce chronic pain. The group is focused on using chemical biology approaches to characterize the physiological roles of these receptors as well as developing drugs targeting nuclear receptors for treatment of an array of diseases including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Qualified candidates will have a PhD, PharmD, and/or MD degree; postdoctoral experience is preferred. The Director will have a successful research track record with history of federal or similar funding and high impact scientific publications with extensive knowledge of relevant scientific topics, such as pharmacology, drug development, neuroscience, pain and opioid research, and medicinal chemistry and have demonstrated success in mentorship of trainees and faculty at all levels.

The successful candidate will have leadership experience in decentralized research and administrative operations with a leadership and management style characterized by the ability to develop a common vision for diverse constituents, communicate effectively, and take ownership and responsibility for ideas and actions and that emphasizes teamwork, communication, collegiality, flexibility, trust and patience. It is essential for the Director to understand different institutional cultures with the ability to build bridges and relationships across broad constituent groups, such as academic partners, federal funders, industry sponsors, and private philanthropy. The Director must have demonstrated success in promoting and supporting a commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion and possess emotional intelligence and a strong commitment to building a collaborative and safe culture.

To apply, visit the Faculty Opportunies web site by clicking: Director, Center for Clinical Pharmacology. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact:

Mark S. Prosperi

Executive Director, Talent Management

and Executive Search

Washington University School of Medicine

Email: Prosperim@wustl.edu Tel: +1 (314) 935-2844


Simon Haroutounian, MSc.Pharm, PhD

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Chair, Search Committee

Washington University School of Medicine

sharout@wustl.edu; Tel: +1 (314) 286 1715


JOB TITLE:  ENGINEER III-IV (NATURAL GAS AND WATER)

Are you an engineer looking for the perfect job? Our engineers aren’t required to travel, and they typically work a normal 40-hour week! We offer competitive compensation and benefits PLUS paid parental leave, and more! Your new work family is waiting for you to apply!

Our engineering positions perform functions in the design and operations of gas and water distribution facilities. May assist with the redesign of existing facilities, reviews and evaluates material items used in our system. May perform general to advance engineering functions depending upon your background. Design system replacement and renewal projects for the natural gas and water distribution system.

If you are the fortunate engineer to be selected for our positions, you will need to possess an applicable engineering degree from a program that is accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology. Your PE and additional experience will qualify you for a higher salary and more advanced responsibility. For further information regarding requirements and expectations, please visit our website at www.cityutilities.net to apply. 

CU is nestled in the scenic southwest Missouri Ozarks region with an abundance of nearby lakes, outdoor activities, retail shopping, and low cost of living. City Utilities is a progressive, community-owned utility serving the greater Springfield area with electricity, natural gas, water, broadband and public transportation services. CU’s 110,000 customers enjoy electricity prices among the lowest in the United States, the convenience of one bill for all utilities, and dependable hometown services delivered with a personal touch.

CU's goal is to attract, recruit, develop and retain world-class employees by providing an engaging, professional, and respectful workplace along with a competitive salary and benefits package.

CITY UTILITIES OF SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI

 (417)831-8460

Human.resources@cityutilities.net

EEO/AA


City Utilities is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/Disabled/Veteran

Recruitment Office (417) 831-8460




Position: R&E Tax Credit Lead Engineer

Location: St. Louis (can potentially be in other RubinBrown office locations)

Status: Exempt

Department: Tax

Reports To: Partner in Charge of Research and Experimentation Tax Credits

Supervisory Responsibility: Staff

The Lead Engineer will be a key member of the Research and Experimentation (R&E) Tax Credit team. This individual will have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as a strong engineering background with significant industry experience to be able to converse with R&E tax credit clients on a technical level. This will be an opportunity to be part of a growing, dynamic team and to help our clients take advantage of R&E tax credits.

Primary Responsibilities

        • R&E Tax Credit projects
          • Lead fieldwork teams at client facilities for the identification of qualified research projects and related expenditures
          • Lead interviews of client subject matter experts for the documentation of qualified research projects
          • Assist with the determination of project methodologies taking advantage of available client information and documentation
          • Assist with determination of qualified research expenditures
          • Assist with review of R&E tax credit project deliverables including reports and project narrative
        • Business development
          • Participate in client/prospect calls and meetings to identify potential research tax credit opportunities
          •  Assist with client/prospect follow up for the development of credit estimates and proposals
          • Assist with assessment of client/prospect documentation
          • Write and/or assist with writing articles and presentations about the R&E tax credit to trade magazines and events

Secondary Responsibilities

        • Work with Partner in Charge to develop a Cost Segregation practice
        • Work with Partner in Charge to develop a ยง179D Energy Deduction practice (requires P.E.)
Required Experience/Background/Skills
        • Bachelor’s degree in engineering discipline
        • Three + years of manufacturing, engineering, or related experience.
        • Microsoft Office skills
        • High attention to detail, initiative and follow through
        • Excellent written and oral communication skills
        • Highly motivated, professional, energetic and resourceful
        • Able to work independently with minimal supervision, as well as a team member
        • Comfortable engaging with clients
Preferred Experience
        • Professional Engineer (P.E.) designation desirable but not required
        • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills, including experience with data analytics tools, including Power Pivot and Power Query.
Working Conditions
        • The typical office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
        • Ability to work extra hours as determined by the workload and client expectations, especially approaching tax deadlines
        • Up to 20% travel to other RubinBrown offices and client sites may be required
        • Ability to sit for long periods of time
        • Ability to move throughout office
        • Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 10 pounds
        • Ability to speak English to communicate with clients, team members, etc.

Click here to apply



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