** This position is a regular, full-time position that is temporarily a remote position, but will be located in Baltimore office when it is safe. **
Are you fascinated by the built environment? Are you interested in sustainability and the opportunity to work on challenging multimodal projects that make communities more livable? Are you detail oriented? Would you enjoy working on a variety of projects with unique challenges and requirements? If so, we’re looking for someone like this to join our team as a Project/Civil Engineer for our Baltimore team.
Why join Toole Design?
At Toole Design Group, we’re working to create vibrant, multimodal transportation solutions for people of all ages and abilities. Our staff of 200+ engineering, design, and planning professionals are passionate about making a difference in communities large and small. The pace is fast, our team is creative and dynamic, and you will collaborate across disciplines with colleagues on transformative projects across the country.
As a Civil Engineer, you will be assisting our team design sustainable transportation infrastructure in a wide range of contexts from complex roadways and streetscapes in highly urban settings, to signature trail projects that highlight and enhance the natural environment.
You will assist a senior engineer by independently managing tasks inclusive of all stages of project development and client relations. You’ll also be at the table with clients and colleagues from a variety of disciplines, delivering projects from concept to construction; including developing feasibility studies and concept plans and preparing construction documents for innovative projects throughout the country with a focus in the Mid-Atlantic, particularly in Baltimore. In an industry that is constantly changing, you’ll be at the forefront of delivering creative solutions to challenging projects.
Toole Design is committed to building a diverse and welcoming team. We have a collaborative culture where people of all backgrounds come together to share ideas and build better, more inclusive communities. We are an equal opportunity, woman-owned business. We’re proud that about half of our managers are women and are committed to achieving racial diversity in our leadership as well. No matter what your background is, we encourage you to apply for this position.
You’ll be great here if:
• You are a detail-oriented engineer who likes to see your projects get built
• You have strong organizational skills and can work independently
• Making a positive difference in how people get around by foot, transit, bike or car is your interest
• You enjoy building strong relationships across disciplines, across offices and with our clients
• You know how to get the message across, whether written, verbal or graphically
• You deliver high-quality work on time and on-budget
• You are motivated, enjoy working in multi-disciplinary teams, and a self-starter
We’ll offer you:
• The opportunity to design and implement transportation projects that positively affect our communities directly.
• The potential to grow as an engineer and advance in a company that prefers to promote from within
• Competitive salary and industry-best benefits.
• A workplace that practices what it preaches, with engaged colleagues and financial incentives to bike, walk, and use transit on your commute.
How to Apply:
If you would like to be considered as a potential candidate for this position, please click "Apply for this Job" below or visit our careers page http://www.tooledesign.com/careers and select the corresponding position. You will need a resume, cover letter, and 150 word statement on your commitment to equity and diversity. Toole Design Group, LLC is an equal opportunity employer (EO/AA/VEV/Disabled employer) and encourages women and minorities to apply. No phone calls, please. For more information about Toole Design Group, visit our website (www.tooledesign.com), follow us on Twitter (@tooledesign), or like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/TooleDesignGroup).
• Engineering in Training (EIT) Certification required; preference given to individuals with a PE
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in civil engineering
• 4-6 years of experience
• A broad knowledge base in civil engineering (transportation focus desirable but not required)
• Proficient in MicroStation; experience with Geopak and InRoads desired but not required
• Detailed design experience for intersection and corridor wide improvements, including, but not limited to, meeting minimum ADA and drainage requirements.
• Specific knowledge of horizontal and vertical roadway geometric design (MUTCD and AASHTO)
• Experience developing construction documents and cost estimates.
• Keen interest in multimodal and active transportation design