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SEA-Geotechnical Instrumentation Engineer (ML)

Shannon & Wilson, Inc.

This is a Full-time position in Seattle, WA posted February 21, 2021.

Job DetailsLevelExperiencedJob LocationSeattle, WA – Seattle, WAPosition TypeSW – Full-timeEducation LevelSW-BSSalary RangeUndisclosedTravel PercentageSW-25%Job ShiftSW-DayJob CategoryEngineeringResponsibilities IncludeManage multiple clients, contracts, and projects at the same time. Be able to work independently, as well as part of a team. Provide geotechnical instrumentation design, procurement, installation, and data evaluation to in-house clients (fellow employees) and outside clients.Manage and supply data collected from geotechnical instrumentation projects in meaningful formats.Maintain geotechnical instrumentation equipment and keep calibrations current on necessary instrumentation.Be willing to travel (up to several weeks at a time) to assist, oversee, or perform installation of geotechnical instrument monitoring systems.Prepare and write technical instrumentation engineering reports. Review technical reports and other documents; construction observation reports; and instrumentation engineering calculations prepared by lower-level teract and communicate with clients, vendors, and staff at all levels.Lead, mentor, oversee, and/or supervise engineers and other employees.Aid other S offices with design, installation, and monitoring of geotechnical instrumentation projects. Request assistance from a variety of junior engineers or geologists on various field projects to help them gain experience and understanding of the types of monitoring projects that Shannon & Wilson executes.Train junior colleagues to have similar skill sets, to provide for back up and assistance.Support business development and marketing activities, including preparation of cost proposals and presentations to existing and prospective clients.Attend professional meetings and local conferences/trade shows to network with potential new clients Market instrumentation services internally to all S offices.Follow Shannon & Wilson’s Quality Assurance policy.Follow and promote Shannon and Wilson’s Health and Safety and Loss Prevention policies.Perform other duties as assigned by your supervisor.Requirements IncludeBS, MS or PhD Degree in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering or Geological Engineering.7-14 years of experience as an Instrumentation Engineer.Professional Engineering (PE) License in the state office is located.Mentoring and supervisory experience.Level PlacementTypically, depending on an applicant’s education, experience, other qualifications they possess, if they are a fit for the company and local office culture, and the current business needs, a Mid-Level Geotechnical Instrumentation Engineer typically would be placed at a Shannon & Wilson Senior Professional I, II, or III level.Shannon & Wilson is an Equal Opportunity Employer