Environmental Services Program & Development Manager – Sioux City

Under general direction of the Public Works and Utilities Directors, this position is responsible for the review of all development plans, all storm water management facilities, review and approve all storm water pollution prevention plans, develops and manages environmental program concepts, rules and policies in program areas such as air quality, water supply, integrated solid waste management, hazardous waste technology, or underground storage tanks program, or biological/environmental management program.

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District Engineer – Iowa Department of Natural Resources

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is looking for someone to join its Construction Engineering team. This position will act the Southeast Iowa District Engineer, covering 17 counties in SE Iowa. As the District Engineer, this position will perform lead engineering or architectural work, providing technical advice and assistance in the planning, managing and coordinating of construction, repair and preventative maintenance for all Department facilities within the district. This position will manage a wide variety of construction projects, ranging from minor culvert replacements to complete campground reconstructions, which include water, wastewater, electrical, and pavement infrastructure replacement. Also, this position will work closely with industry-leading biologists to design and construct facilities that benefit the environment, whether it be to stabilize the landscape, improve habitat for terrestrial and aquatic species, or to restore areas to a natural state.

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Civil Engineer (Water Resources) – RDG

A day in the life of an RDG Civil Engineer isn’t like a typical day in the life of any other civil engineer. That’s because RDG isn’t your typical engineering firm. We’re a diverse group of individuals united in our pursuit to create meaning together – and we’re searching for a mid-level engineer to join our Water Resources Team.

As an RDG Water Resources Engineer, you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with experienced professionals who’ve had a direct hand in writing and updating local design standards. In this role, you’ll focus on a variety of project types, including work for RDG’s College and University, Healthcare and Parks and Recreation Markets, and projects related to urban infrastructure and development. Along the way, you’ll hone your skills and contribute to work that enhances communities across the country.

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