At this time, we are soliciting for an entry-level civil engineer:
Lawrence & Associates (L&A) is seeking a qualified and technically-minded individual to join our multi-disciplinary team at L&A for an entry-level civil engineering position. The ideal candidate will have a degree in civil engineering or related field (water resources or environmental engineering), have an engineer-in-training (EIT) certificate, and be on track to become a registered professional civil engineer. Starting work would include a variety of engineering projects related to groundwater and surface-water hydrology and civil engineering, including groundwater monitoring, statistical analysis and reporting, assisting with various types of water-well designs, and storm-water conveyance permitting and design. Work also would include civil design and permitting work commonly associated with solid waste recycling and disposal, and environmental site assessments.
At L&A, entry level engineers work on a variety of projects under senior engineers and geologists that help build a broad base of experience for their professional career. We work closely across engineering disciplines to draw upon the experience and resources of professionals in the firm.
This is an immediate full-time position at our office in Shasta Lake, California. Pay will be based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include vacation, sick time, health insurance, and retirement plan. All interested persons should send resumes to email@example.com
Lawrence & Associates is located in Redding, Shasta County, the hub of northern California. The Sacramento River runs through Redding, a stretch of river providing some of the best fishing in the Western United States. Redding is located approximately 20 minutes south of spectacular Shasta Lake, which is an ideal spot for numerous recreational opportunities such as fishing, hiking, and numerous water sports including house boating. Majestic Mt. Shasta is just about one hour north, known for its natural beauty and wintertime sports such as downhill and cross-country skiing and snowboarding. Within one hour to the east is Lassen Volcanic National Park and to the west are the Trinity Alps, recreation areas popular for their geologic wonders, camping, and backpacking.
With its unsurpassed natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and quality of life, Redding provides small-town atmosphere with the amenities of a large city. Affordable housing, minimal traffic congestion, and low crime rates furnish an attractive alternative to larger urban areas. Its residents enjoy a wide variety of cultural activities, including the Turtle Bay Museums, live theater, art exhibits, concert venues, and a first-class rodeo.
The Redding area has hot, dry summers, cool, wet winters, and nearly 200 sunny days per year. Average high temperatures during July and August frequently exceed 90 degrees but drop to the low 50s in winter. Annual rainfall averages 33 inches, most of which falls between November and March.
The Redding Metro area is a growing center of commerce and industry, the regional center of Northern California with state-of-the-art healthcare services, shopping, and employment opportunities. Ranching, vineyards, and other small-scale agricultural activities are common in Shasta County just beyond the Redding Metro area. Redding has excellent public and private schools, along with several private colleges and universities, a community college, and nearby State universities.