PND offers exciting opportunities in the following areas:
CIVIL ENGINEERS: Design and construction support of roadways, ports and harbors, and building site development projects. Positions require a B.S. in civil engineering. A PE and/or graduate degree is desirable.
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERS: Site investigations, geotechnical analysis in support of design for bridges, marine structures and buildings in Alaska. Positions require a B.S. in civil/geotechnical engineering with two years of geotechnical experience, or graduate degree in geotechnical engineering. Experience in northern foundations, arctic engineering, and Alaska geology is desirable.
CIVIL ENGINEER/HYDROLOGISTS: Water resource investigations, bridge hydrology and hydraulics studies, scour analysis, field hydrology work, surface water modeling, and technical report writing in support of transportation-related and civil development projects in Alaska. Positions require a B.S. in civil engineering or hydrologic sciences. A graduate degree is desirable, but not required. Excellent communication and technical writing abilities, and working knowledge and experience using computer hydraulic modeling software are essential. Skills in GIS and computer-aided drafting software are desirable.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: Design and construction support for bridges, ports and harbors, and building projects. Positions require a B.S. in civil engineering. A PE and/or graduate degree is desirable.
The above descriptions represent typical duties and requirements in these career areas. Actual position requirements will vary depending on location and project(s).
CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS ARE LISTED BELOW AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.