The Low Impact Development Center (LID Center) of Beltsville, MD is seeking an enthusiastic civil or environmental engineer to work on projects involving stormwater management, water quality, and other low impact development or green infrastructure activities. The work includes civil site design for stormwater retrofits, planning level exercises for municipal master planning, support of various local government agencies through engineering expertise, and a variety of other interesting related work. Visit www.lidcenter.org for examples of our work and additional information about our organization. No phone calls please.
This is an entry-level position for 40 hours a week, working out of our office in Beltsville, MD. **Currently with Covid-19 we are mostly working from home, with limited trips into the office. We follow all CDC guidelines pertaining to Covid-19.**
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree and/or master’s degree in civil or environmental engineering. Candidates should have a general understanding of the hydrologic principles, stormwater management practices, and stormwater regulations. Proficiency in AutoCAD is required, but not necessary upon hire as long as there is willingness to learn. GIS skills, technical writing, SWMM, and Microstation are a plus. Special consideration is given to applicants with Prince George’s County residency.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Low Impact Development Center, Inc.
The Low Impact Development Center (LID Center), Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to research, development, and training for water resource and natural resource protection issues. Established in 1998, the LID Center has completed over 400 LID, Green Infrastructure, Green Highways Partnership, and sustainable development projects. These projects have involved just about every facet of research, planning, design, construction, economic analysis, manuals of practice, policy, and training that is required to develop successful programs for sustainable planning and design that meets regulatory and resource requirements.