The science and design of improved riverscapes is an exciting growing field! We're always looking to have conversations with you, whether you're just considering entering the field or have been working and are curious about other options for rewarding work with incredible growth potential as our client base continues to grow. Please contact us for more information and potential job opportunities! We have multiple positions open and are looking to build our team with the right people. Let's talk!
- Hydraulic Engineer/Stream Restoration Designer (minimum 10 years' experience), $95,000 - $140,000.
- Project Coordinator/Project Manager
- Civil 3D CAD Drafter
RivHab is hiring! We have multiple positions open for an engineer or scientist. Our company has a strategic growth and we're currently looking for professionals with either a few years' experience, or up to senior licensed professional level with potential for future management roles.
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RivHab is seeking a talented and motivated engineer or scientist to join our team. The ideal candidate will have background in water resources engineering, fluvial geomorphology, technical expertise, and an understanding of aquatic ecology and the physiological and behavioral characteristics of anadromous and resident fish species related to the design of hydraulic structures for fish passage and habitat. The candidate should have strong writing ability and experience with hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) modeling, mapping software, survey equipment, and Civil 3D.
This is a perfect position for a growth-driven individual who works well with a team, enjoys interactions with landowners and field work, and is passionate about the outdoors.
The work will be performed at a variety of locations including our Eagle office and field locations near streams. In some situations, the employee may be required to wear waders, a hard hat, safety vest, and safety shoes. Field work includes exposure to all types of weather, slippery rocks or docks, trails, irregular terrain, insects, poison oak, rough and/or fast-moving water and cold-water temperatures.
Stream Restoration and Fish Habitat -
Field Investigations and Surveys -
Additional Desirable Qualifications
Established in 2019, RIVHAB specializes in waterways, hydraulic engineering, groundwater interactions, natural stream processes, geomorphology, fish and wildlife habitat improvement, site/civil grading, floodplain design, plant and riparian ecology, fisheries engineering, and management of instream construction projects. Our team works closely with private landowners, state and federal agencies, tribes, local communities, and non-profits to assist in habitat assessments, engineering design, drafting, modeling, permitting, and construction. With expanded capabilities of capturing and processing LiDAR data in-house, our terrain modelers generate precise grading plans and professional mapping, allowing us to expand our mapping and surveying capabilities.
Benefits and Additional Info
RivHab offers a competitive compensation package which includes paid time off, flexible work schedules, 401K package, bonus structure, and health and medical insurance benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
RivHab is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for this position without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.