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Associate Engineer



General Description:



This is a full-time, entry level engineering position responsible for performing engineering duties in  support of the District’s operations and maintenance and permitting functions. Duties include working  with Permitting and O&M staff to review, develop and implement canal construction plans. Tasks may  include evaluating engineering reports, assisting with field operations, plan drawing and development, 

and surface water modeling. The position will require working with various staff, including field, IT, and  administrative staff as well as professional engineering and surveys. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Operations and Maintenance. 


Essential Job Functions: 


    Review canal sections and detail necessary revisions to meet minimum District standards and  coordinate with District permitting and O&M staff to develop design and construction plans and 

prepare ACAD drawings. 

    Coordinate with O&M staff to upload plans to Grade Assist systems on District excavators.  

    Assist with construction management of District projects. 

    Review, modify and coordinate with O&M staff and engineering consultants on the development

modification and maintenance of the District’s surface water management computer models to  verify design impacts and options. 

    Work with engineering, surveying and other professional consultants to gather field data and 

perform field analysis, including flow rate calibrations. 

    Assist with other duties requiring compiling and analysis of data sets. 

    Due to the District’s emergency response role, position may be required to provide support 

before, during and after major storm events and emergency situations. 
    Perform related work as required. 




Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience: 

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or related degree. Licenses: 

A valid FL Driver’s License is required. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

Ability to communicate ideas effectively, orally and in writing with co-workers, residents,

governmental agencies and professional consultants. 

Knowledgeable with surface water engineering concepts and water management models 

Knowledge of land and engineering survey systems, methods and techniques 

Knowledge of heavy construction practices 

Knowledge in the AutoCAD 

Knowledgeable in Geographic Information Systems 

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and related software packages 









Associate Engineer


Essential Physical Skills:

    Acceptable eyesight (with or without correction) 
    Acceptable hearing (with or without hearing aid)  

    Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.




    Lifting at least 30 lbs. 

Environmental Conditions:

    Works inside in an office environment 

    Works outside in various weather conditions 

    Work in, on, or near water. 

    Exposure to insects and animals on rights of way In or with moving vehicles 

    Uneven surfaces 

    Dusty and/or noisy conditions 

Salary Range: $27.27 - $44.98/Hour ($56,722 - $93,579/Year)

Interested candidates should submit an application and resume at application  

Lake Worth Drainage District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate because of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital or family status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other class protected by law.  Preference in appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses in accordance with applicable law.  A Veterans’ Preference Information form is available upon request.




Erdman Anthony Job Posting

Professional Engineer or Engineering Intern

Must have experience in water resources, environmental, agricultural, or related field.

Duties will include:

  • Project management
  • Engineering design of water management and waste management systems
  • Engineering design calculations
  • Development of construction plans and specifications
  • Support in the development of permit applications (Water Use Permits, Environmental Resource Permits)
  • Preparation of proposals, spreadsheets, and engineering reports
  • Construction oversite and management
  • Conducting site visits and field investigations.


  • Florida licensed Professional Engineer or Engineer in Training (eligible for PE)
  • Required proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • Experience with AutoCAD and GIS preferred

Must be fluent in English, have a valid driver’s license, and be willing to submit to random drug test.

Primary Office Locations: West Palm Beach, Okeechobee, or Orlando. Remote work from home acceptable when not required in a primary office. Occasional visits requiring overnight stays will be to other office locations or remote project sites. No out of state travel expected or required.

Compensation negotiable based on experience. Benefits include health insurance, Health Savings Account w/ company contributions, and 401K plan w/ company matching.

Resumes can be submitted to: 

Michelle K. Meyerhoff

Marketing Manager

Royal Consulting Services, Inc.

[email protected]



We are seeking to add a highly-motivated mid-to-senior level licensed Professional Engineer to our team of multi-disciplinary professionals. The individual will have knowledge in the behavior of structural systems and their components for use in forensic engineering relating to residential, commercial, industrial facilities, marine and inland structures. Experience in performing failure cause & origin analysis on building systems, authoring technical reports, and construction litigation is a plus.  Building system types include, but not limited to, steel, concrete, masonry, wood, roofing and building envelopes.

Responsibilities and Duties include:

Field work to document as-built conditions and damage to structural systems as a result of natural (wind, water, fire, earth movement, etc.) and/or human induced origins (design and construction errors/omissions). Natural events can include large catastrophes such as regional floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, fires and earthquakes. Utilize building codes, technical knowledge of structural behavior, and understanding of construction practices to establish repair scope recommendations as well as cause and origin analyses. Evaluate design drawings and documentation. Have proficiency with or be willing to learn building envelope and roofing systems.


Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States and have a good driving record.

Education and Experience requirements:

Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering or Architectural Engineering from an ABET accredited program required.   Florida Licensed Professional Engineer through NCEES examination. Multiple state registrations (or ability to obtain within) a plus; licensure in NC, SC, GA, AL, MS, LA, TX will be expected. Minimum 10 Years Structural Engineering experience in design or other background that promotes an understanding of structural behavior and/or science of the building envelope. Knowledge of national building and construction codes (ICC, ASCE, AISC, ACI, NDS, etc.) Knowledge and experience of structural engineering concepts, principles and practices. Knowledge of multiple types of construction, a plus.  Field experience. Strong written and oral communication skills are mandatory. Experience in providing Litigation Support including Expert Testimony at Depositions and/or Trial, Mediation and Arbitration proceedings, a plus.
  • Communicate with Clients, interface with code officials and contractors as well as author detailed technical reports.
  • Manage multiple project assignments, executing them on time and within budget.
  • Retention and development of Client relationships.
  • Willing to travel, as needed, on short notice.

City of Lake Worth Beach Florida


This is a Full-Time, Exempt position with an annual salary of $82,000.00 - $110,000.00. The individual in this position will work at the Water Treatment Plant located at 301 College Street, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460.


 In addition, this position offers:

  • Vacation and Sick Leave Accruals
  • 14 Paid Holidays
  • City of Lake Worth Beach Medical Benefits that include Life Insurance, Dental and Vision coverage
  • Retirement Plan 



As a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE), the employee will perform independent professional and technical engineering work requiring application of standard engineering principles and procedures independently, perform complex engineering work requiring application of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria in carrying out a sequence of related engineering tasks. Exercise judgment in decision making related to the selection of engineering techniques, alternatives, procedures, and criteria. Thorough knowledge of engineering principles, procedures, and practices applied in planning, location, design, construction, and operation in water, wastewater and stormwater, as well as appropriate industry standards (e.g., environmental, state and county permitting, etc) and regulatory requirements.



 Reviews plans for contracted improvement projects by consulting engineering firms.

  • Prepares engineering analyses of some difficulty and prepares specifications, process studies, research investigations, and reports.
  • Coordinates new utility service and installations with developers, engineers and property owners.
  • Responds to utility availability requests and easement consent form requests
  • Reviews site plan submittals for water, sewer and drainage compliance, and attends Site Plan Review Committee meetings and development pre-application meetings.
  • Reviews building and right of way permits for water, sewer and drainage compliance.
  • Coordinates utility conflicts with other agencies, including Palm Beach County, FPU, AT&T and other municipalities as well as other City of Lake Worth Beach Departments.
  • Coordinates compliance of current water use permit and future water use plan with South Florida Water Management District.
  • Maintains Water and Sewer Approved Products List, and evaluates submittals from vendors for consideration.
  • Coordinates all system changes and improvements with GIS department, and updates water and sewer utilities information and projects for website.
  • Assists with development of department policies, procedures and design standards
  • Evaluates Water Production, Water Treatment, Water Distribution, Regional Sewer, Local Sewer Collection, Local Sewer Pumping, Stormwater Collection and Stormwater Treatment systems for adequacy and long term goals and objectives.
  • Inspects construction work in progress to determine whether proper materials, safety provisions and workmanship are used and compliance with plans and specifications.
  • Assists with the development and implementation of the Water Utility Emergency Management Plan and serves as essential staff.
  • Personal contacts include other engineering personnel, customers, contractors, and suppliers requiring the cultivation and maintenance of effective business relationships.
  • Assists in representing organization interests to a variety of outside groups.
  • Assists in preparing departmental budget estimates by assembling and preparing data, reports, and cost estimates.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Administratively manage small to medium sized capital improvement design and construction projects for water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure.  
  • Maintain the water utilities hydraulic water, sewer and stormwater models.
  • Requires negotiating skills and diplomacy.


Complexity and Magnitude of Assignments 
Perform assignments, which involve design plans, investigations, process studies, specifications, surveys, structures, or equipment with increasingly more complex features and aspects. 


Written and Verbal Communication Skills 
Write effective letters and reports, responses to regulatory agencies with associated documentation and complete basic forms. Independently research and prepare reports. Be capable of persuasive written and verbal arguments. Speak effectively in one-on-one situations and to small groups.


Continuing Education and Development
Maintain currency in assigned engineering discipline, regulatory and other related knowledge by reviewing industry standards and innovations.



Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering degree from an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited educational institution. Minimum 5 years applicable engineering work experience.


Apply basic computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite) and ability to produce the following:

AutoCad Drawings, Basic GIS Maps, PowerPoint Presentations, Technical Reports, Letters/ Public Notices, Excel spreadsheets of varying complexity.



Valid Florida driver’s license 

PE: Professional Engineer license in the State of Florida.

FEMA NIMS Certifications in 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800 (may be completed at start of employment)


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Chen Moore & Associates 


Palm Beach County Engineering & Public Works Department, Traffic Division


  • Project Coordinator I – search for Project Coordinator I in the Engineering and Public Works/Traffic Engineering Department

Job Opening - PBCJobs (

Performs entry-level engineering work in the coordination of Palm Beach County (PBC) Engineering and Public Works Traffic Engineering projects. Prepares traffic signal plans for construction by County Traffic Operations and outside contractors utilizing computer-aided drafting and design (CADD).  Designs signal plans of intersections including traffic volumes, signal heads, signs, signal phasing diagrams, pole tabulations, pavement markings, signing plans and geometric plans. Requires the ability to interpret construction plans, provide cost estimates, and read as-built signal and lighting plans. Reviews signal and lighting plans as required to ensure plans are in compliance with PBC standards and requirements.  Administers construction projects and participates in field measurements and inspections. 

Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering.  Equivalency:  Unrelated Bachelor's Degree in a related Engineering field AND one (1) year of experience in traffic signal/lighting design or writing engineering specifications.


  • Professional Engineer- search for Professional Engineer in the  Engineering and Public Works/Traffic Engineering Department

Job Opening - PBCJobs ( Job Opening - PBCJobs (

Coordinate traffic signal modifications and traffic control system facilities with consultants and other agencies.  Review all traffic signalization and street lighting plans and interact with consultants.  Review and approve traffic signal project scope and fee. Provide review comments on traffic signals and control systems on road construction, permit, Florida Department Of Transportation and municipal projects. Prepare costs estimates for capital improvement projects. Make recommendations for traffic signal modification. Review traffic signal shop drawings for construction projects.  Answer questions from public and all staff.  Guide professional and technical subordinate staff.  Assist Director and managers in performing other duties that require high level of responsibility and decision making as requested.

Licensed as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Florida OR a Bachelor's Degree in Civil/Traffic/Transportation Engineering or closely related field; minimum of four (4) years of experience in professional traffic engineering.  Equivalency:  Master's Degree in Civil Engineering and two (2) years of related experience.

Necessary Special Requirement:  Licensed as a P.E. in the State of Florida or the ability to obtain licensure by endorsement within 11 months of hire.



  • PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER – search for Project Coordinator I in the Engineering and Public Works Department

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Plans, coordinates, reviews and approves the work of professional and technical staff in the Roadway Pro-
duction Division.  Conducts special engineering studies involving road alignment, roads and drainage, and 
design projects.  Coordinates design field adjustments as needed during construction of Palm Beach Coun-
ty (PBC) roads, bridges, pathways and drainage improvements to reduce construction costs, eliminate or 
reduce construction conflicts. Prepares cost estimates for roadway design and for construction of road-
ways, bridges, pathways and drainage projects. Prepares reports and recommendations for the considera-
tion of administrative superiors, boards, and committees.  Provides professional guidance and direction to 
developers and consultants who seek advice or guidance for the proper development of their projects. 
Reviews Land Development permit applications for utilities and right-of-way. Reviews and approves con-
struction shop drawings for non-standard construction items on PBC roads. Reviews and comments on or 
approves designs and construction plans done by Engineering Consultants for roads, bridges, pathways 
and drainage improvements in relation to Federal, State, County and project specific standards and crite-
ria, and field conditions. Supervises professional and technical staff in the preparation of plan designs, cost 
estimates and specifications, traffic signal timing, sequences, geometric alignments and computations, and 
in the review of zoning petitions, site plans and various permit applications. Requires both independent pro-
fessional judgment and decision-making of considerable difficulty.   
The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners provides an excellent benefits package, including 
medical, dental and life insurance as well as vacation and sick leave, tuition reimbursement and participa-
tion in the Florida Retirement System. 


Licensed as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Florida OR a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering; 
minimum of four (4) years of experience in professional engineering with emphasis on roadways and high-
ways.  Equivalency:  Related Master’s Degree and three (3) years of related experience.  
Necessary Special Requirement:  Licensed as a P.E. in the State of FL OR ability to obtain State of FL P.E. li-
censure within 11 months of hire. 

Senior Project Engineer at Town of Palm Beach


$88,792.93 - $142,137.95 Annually


FL 33480, FL

Job Type

Full Time Regular

Job Number



Public Works



Opening Date


Closing Date


Starting Salary

The starting rate of pay is based on qualifications and/or experience that exceed the minimum requirements.

General Statement of Job


The Town of Palm Beach is an internationally acclaimed destination known worldwide for its extraordinary beauty, small-town charm, and exceptional service standards. Our residents are some of the world's most influential people and they choose Palm Beach to call home because of the amazing quality of life. The Town is seeking a key position to perpetuate its values, of excellence and reliability in this one-of-a-kind setting. 

Do you share these values? Are you ready for the challenge? Come be part of our team! 

The Town of Palm Beach employees are driven by the vision to deliver the highest quality service by continuously improving and always striving to be the standard by which all others are measured. The employees of the Town commit to and are guided by the following values:

•    Respect for everyone;

•    Highest ethical standards;

•    Cooperation and teamwork;

•    Commitment to quality;

•    Spirit of innovation;

•    Open and timely communication; and

•    Personal responsibility and accountability.


If you share these values, apply to join our team. Public Works exists to create and maintain an attractive, safe, pleasing, and clean environment for the citizens of Palm Beach and an efficient, effective environment for all of the employees who serve this community by applying systems and techniques that provide for excellent operation, maintenance, and repair of public buildings and grounds, continuous upgrading of general infrastructure, coastal protection, engineering and construction services.

This is varied technical and skilled, professional engineering work, exhibited by those with a broad scope of coastal and/or capital improvements experience and practice, performed under general supervision. Duties range from implementing, managing, and directing a wide variety of coastal- related projects including shore protection, erosion control, and beach nourishment to managing planning, design, and construction of a wide variety of capital improvement projects. Duties involve responsible performance of routine and complex assignments and varied professional engineering tasks requiring a high level of expertise; supervision of staff, exercise of individual initiative, independent judgment, and acquired skills, and contact with the public, general contractors, engineering consultants, architects, and regulatory agencies.

This Department will be undergoing an employee retirement transition over the coming two to three years and this position has been one targeted for further career growth within the Town. 


Essential Functions


  • Reviews design, arithmetic computations, specification documents, and other engineering documents or deliverables relative to coastal and municipal engineering projects.
  • Develops, implements, and administers coastal projects.
  • Coordinates budgeting and payments for coastal engineering design, construction, and other related costs to projects.
  • Designs and manages estuarine, restoration/enhancement projects including environmental permitting and development of construction plans and specifications.
  • Oversees the maintenance of Town record drawings by obtaining record drawing from contractors and consultants.
  • Contracts and reviews engineering surveys, including beach profiles.
  • Meets with the public and gives information relative to various department and town engineering activities; resolves complaints when necessary.
  • Meets with and assists other Town departments and Public Works divisions.
  • Responsible for the supervision of assigned staff including delegation, coaching, counseling, performance management, evaluations, and disciplinary actions within the scope of authority. 
  • Responsible for development of statements of work and request for qualifications for contracting consultant services.
  • Responsible for reviewing plans, specifications, and bids, writing correspondence to contractors, architects, engineers; provides contract administration on behalf of the Town.
  • Responsible for compiling documents for bidding services for construction contract selection and award.
  • Manages electronic files associated with projects, including purchase orders, invoices, requisitions, plans, drawings and reports.
  • Performs engineering observations and writes reports for Town construction projects.
  • Performs as project manager over consultants and contractors in association with coastal and Public Works projects and programs.
  • Provides consultative advice to staff project engineers and construction projects as needed.
  • Performs as Project Manager over medium to large scale Capital Improvement Projects.


Minimum and Preferred Qualifications


  • Bachelors degree in the field of coastal or civil engineering required.
  • Seven years of engineering experience, some of which involves managing and overseeing coastal and/or capital improvement construction projects, required.
  • Previous municipal experience preferred.
  • Coastal engineering and/or management of coastal or restoration projects preferred.
  • Must possess a Florida Professional Engineers License or Professional Engineers License from another state with the ability to obtain a Florida Professional Engineers License within six months from hire.
  • Membership in the Florida Engineering Society (FES), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Public Works Association (APWA) or other local or national organization related to Engineering or Public Works preferred.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities


  • Knowledge of construction methods and techniques with respect to paving, drainage, water, and sewer projects.
  • Knowledge of the principles of coastal management.
  • Advance knowledge of project management standards and the demonstrated ability to apply them.
  • Knowledge of coastal federal, state, and local regulations and environmental critieria.
  • Possess high level of expertise displaying an ability to effectively communicate with contractors and the public.