current job openings

Vice President, Engineering

We are seeking a vice president of engineering to oversee the day to day operations of all engineering activities and make sure these are aligned with the established policies and objectives of the company. The successful candidate will play an active role in the development and completion of projects, meet and report back to the president, plan and monitor work schedules and project budgets, and be responsible for overseeing and mentoring the rest of the engineering team. The successful candidate will have a wide range of duties managing projects of other engineers, interact with clients, and act as a knowledge base for office technical personnel. You will work with a distinguished group of clients representing local, state and institutional agencies. You will manage projects including land planning, public and private road systems, storm drainage, utilities, site grading, soil erosion and sediment controls, hydrology, hydraulics, storm drainage and traffic control plans.

Job Requirements:
12 Years Experience Minimum
P.E. Licensure is required
Strong analytical skills and good technical writing ability
Ability to effectively communicate with clients
Team player with ability to manage other staff members effectively
Implementing best practice engineering methods and procedures that will improve day-to-day operations
Strong working knowledge of general civil engineering principles

Survey Instrument Man

Under supervision of Survey Party Chief, performs a variety of survey operations such as topography, construction layout, as-built, and maintaining horizontal and vertical control networks utilizing a full range of survey equipment. Ideal candidate will have experience working with Total Stations and GPS Receivers.

Responsibilities and Duties:

Set up total station, accurately gather survey data.
Responsible for cutting line with machete, brush hook or chain saw
Carry instruments, field equipment, hammers, stakes, lathes, hubs, nails, etc.
Carry out instructions and tasks assigned by Party Chief
Ability to work outdoors with long hours and sometimes difficult physical demands (hot and cold temperatures)
Ability to carry 50 lbs. while moving through rough terrain
Perform routine maintenance and cleaning on the surveying equipment and other tools.
Perform related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED required. Previous experience working on a survey crew. Must possess ability to utilize surveying instruments with modern technology. Must possess and maintain a valid Alabama driver’s license.

Mail resumes to careers@dcseng.com