Robin Kirschbaum, Inc. (RKI) is hiring a full-time water resources engineer in our downtown Seattle office. The engineer will be responsible for delivering water resource projects focused on municipal and industrial stormwater management in the Pacific Northwest area.
THE RKI TEAM:
Independent and locally-owned firm
Established in 2015
Over 20 years of consulting services in Seattle
Diversity of project assignments
Collaborative culture that offers professional challenges and leadership opportunities
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER RESPONSIBILITIES
Lead or support planning and engineering design of stormwater management facilities, including basin storm- water retrofit planning, drainage designs for multimodal transportation projects, and systemwide planning
Assist with marketing to win new work
Previous leadership/mentoring experience with a desire to work in a team environment
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field
5+ years of related experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Passion for water resources work
Enthusiasm to be part of a small start-up
Previous and ongoing successful Seattle-area client relationships
Washington State PE license or on track to obtain within 2 years
Competitive annual salary determined by industry standards and level of experience + medical/RX, dental, long-term disability, holidays, paid time off, and retirement benefits.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit your resume and cover letter through the form on the Team page of our website.
Position open until filled.
About Robin Kirschbaum, Inc.
Established in 2015, Robin Kirschbaum, Inc. (RKI) is an engineering consulting firm specializing in stormwater management, Low Impact Development, and Green Stormwater Infrastructure. We bring over 20 years of consulting experience, solving complex environmental problems with practical, cost-effective, community-driven solutions. We are a Certified Small Contractor and Supplier (SCS) and Minority and Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WMBE), passionately driven to better the environment through clean water.