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Senior Geotechnical Engineer
Anchor QEA is seeking a full-time, senior-level geotechnical engineer with project management experience for our Seattle, Washington office. We are seeking a candidate with strong experience in completing geotechnical engineering evaluations and design, and who is looking to expand their leadership and management responsibilities. The position requires a candidate that has the capacity to grow, is a quick learner, detail-orientated, and a committed team player. Candidates for the position must have a M.S. degree in geotechnical engineering and a demonstrated proficiency in field sampling, slope stability and settlement assessments, seismic design, and retaining wall and foundation design in soft soils/sediments. Successful candidates will support projects with geotechnical, civil and environmental engineering design elements, and will have an opportunity to work on a variety of tasks of differing complexities, both independently and in team environments and learn directly from leaders in the industry.
Position: Project-Level Geotechnical Engineer
Cornforth Consultants is seeking to add a project-level geotechnical engineer with 4 to 7 years of experience to work in our dam safety and landslide/rockfall mitigation practice groups. For details, please see the full job announcement at http://www.cornforthconsultants.com/geotechnicalengineer.html
Hart Crowser is headquartered in Seattle, with 120 staff in nine offices in Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and Guam. The firm specializes in geotechnical engineering, environmental science and engineering, stormwater services, and resilience engineering. In 2020, Hart Crowser was acquired by Haley & Aldrich, an environmental and engineering consulting firm with 700 engineers, scientists, and constructors in 30 offices. Visit www.hartcrowser.com.
Position: Geotechnical Engineers & Geologists
PanGEO, Inc., a Seattle-based geotechnical engineering firm, is seeking entry-level to mid-level geotechnical engineers and/or geologists. Ideal candidates for the entry level position should have a bachelor’s degree in a related field with 0 to 5 years of experience; candidates for the mid-level position should have a master’s degree and 5+ years of experience in geotechnical consulting. Our team of 22 engineers and geologists provide geotechnical services for a wide variety of projects including private developments, transportation, ports and harbors, landslides, and water and wastewater facilities throughout the Pacific Northwest.