Davido Consulting Group is a fast-growing energetic 55+ person civil and structural engineering consulting firm with four offices in Western Washington. We have multiple open positions for Civil Engineer Project Managers who will be responsible for managing multiple projects from start to finish including overseeing engineering and drafting staff and will be the point of contact for clients and sub-consultants.
These positions are conveniently based out of our Seattle and Federal Way offices. (Both offices are located within two blocks or less of the Northgate or Federal Way Transit Centers and future Light Rail Stations.)
401K matched up to 4% (DCG offers an employee stock ownership plan)
Medical Insurance and generous Health Savings Account
Long and Short Term Disability insurance
Charitable Giving Program
On-going career growth opportunities
Fun, supportive and collegial work environment
Flexible work schedule
Company paid lunch outings every Friday
Professional Engineer (PE) licensed in the State of Washington with 8+ years of civil engineering experience relating to stormwater design including Low Impact Development, sanitary sewer design, erosion and sedimentation control, right-of-way improvements, grading and site development. Experience with private development projects and/or municipalities in the City of Seattle and surrounding area is preferred.
We are also looking for:
Excellent communication and management skills
Excellent technical report writing skills
Business Development experience
Advanced level of computer skills in MS Excel, MS Word and AutoCAD (and/or Design Review)
Advanced skills in stormwater modeling experience preferred
About Davido Consulting Group
Davido Consulting Group, Inc. (DCG) is a civil and structural engineering consulting firm founded in 1999. It has rapidly grown to four offices and 55+ employees in the Puget Sound region. Our projects take us up to the Canadian border and as far south as San Diego. Our civil engineers work on drainage and stormwater, wastewater and sewesr, streams and fish passage, site and infrastructure, drinking water, roads, and local, state, and federal recreational facilities.