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Lee Chamberlin Consultant Engineers Civil Engineer in Urbandale, Iowa

Engineering great outcomes and creating long lasting solutions in communities throughout Iowa, Lee Chamberlin Consultant Engineers is a full-service engineering and land surveying firm that provides comprehensive planning, design, and construction services to a wide variety of clients in both the public and private sectors. We implement a centralized project approach where we work with our clients through every step of the process from land and title surveys to construction administration. Operating out of Central Iowa, we have over 25 years of experience completing an assortment of projects from small-scale road grading and paving improvements to large scale housing developments, and our services include land use planning, site development, street and highway design, traffic engineering, construction administration, and water and wastewater engineering. Lee Chamberlin Consultant Engineers is seeking a Civil Engineer to join our growing team. In this position, your focus will be to design roadways, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water lines for a variety of project types including but not limited to transportation, city engineering, commercial sites, industrial sites, and housing developments. This position will also have responsibility of operating as a project manager in the office, assisting to coordinate the efforts of our employees, working with the Lee Chamberlin team, and making sure projects are completed correctly and efficiently. See below for more essential duties and responsibilities. Being a part of the Lee Chamberlin team means you have opportunity for significant professional growth and get the chance for both one-on-one learning experiences as well as working with a team to get projects done right. Lee Chamberlin is always looking for employees to join their growing team and provides a solid foundation for learning civil engineering and land surveying professional skills.If you have experience as a civil engineer, please contact us! Our employees enjoy having the chance to be a part of all aspects of a project from start to finish. Lee Chamberlin Consultant Engineers offers a great work environment and a comprehensive benefits package for its employees including medical/dental/vision insurance, holiday pay, and vacation days and personal leave after a required amount of time with the firm. Lee Chamberlin Consultant Engineers is an equal opportunity employer. We will extend equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, disability, age, genetic information, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. Our policy reflects and affirms our companys commitment to the principles of fair employment and the elimination of all discriminatory practices. Please see below for a more detailed Job Description.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesDesigns roadways, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water lines for private developments and public works projects.Operates as a project manager in the office, assisting to coordinate the efforts of our employees and make sure projects are completed correctly and efficiently.Assists in preparation of drawings, documents, details, schedules or specifications using programs such as MicroStation, Power Civil, Hydrology Studio and Stormwater Studio.Prepare construction documents and records.Observes and inspects work performed by contractors ensuring compliance of specs, drawings, code, and safety.Interfaces with contractors, clients and other LEE Chamberlin team members in a positive and professional manner.QualificationsBachelor of Science in an accredited Civil Engineering program10+ years of civil engineering experienceProfessional Engineer license in the State of Iowa requiredAbility to travel to various job sites and office locationsDemonstrated ability in the usage of programs such as MicroStationAble to multi-task and establish prior