At HDR, we know work isn’t only about who you work for; it’s also about what you do and how you do it. That’s why we’re committed to adding beauty, structure, and sustainability to everything we touch. We solve the world’s most difficult design challenges, delivering striking yet practical solutions. We continually push the boundaries of what’s possible, striving to make the world a better place for our clients and communities.
When you join HDR, you are part of a team with more than 9,200 professionals, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in over 225 locations worldwide, pool their solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms.
HDR currently has an opening for a Transportation Drainage Engineer to join our team in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The primary duties of the Transportation Drainage Engineer are to provide project engineering and task management with a focus on transportation and municipal clients throughout New Mexico. Anticipated work tasks include: conduct difficult to complex hydraulic and hydrologic modeling; conduct storm water collection systems modeling and design; collect, assimilate, and present data in reports, memos and public forums; lead production of design calculations and technical reports; and lead preparation of engineering plans and specifications for design of detention facilities, storm drain systems, flood control facilities, and other hydraulic structures. The successful candidate will work collaboratively and independently as well as plan, organize, and assist groups of medium to large teams of professionals and technicians dependent on project/task. Will be able to prepare proposals, scopes of work and contract cost estimates. Will conduct water resources planning, plan formulation, concept development, and develop planning documentation. Will be involved in highway drainage design and plan production for State and Municipal clients, storm drainage analysis and documentation, and storm water management design and water resources permitting. An educational background and experience in water quality assessments, modeling, pollution prevention design, and NPDES and USACE permitting experience is desired. Project management experience is desired. Candidate will be expected to assist and or lead marketing and business development efforts for HDR’s local water resources and transportation practice.