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Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 52434
Desired Job Location: Helena, Montana Date Posted: 7/8/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 50000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Self-motivated and high-performing
professional, offering extensive
background and strong qualifications in
planning, designing, developing, and
implementing various civil engineering
programs with emphasis on water, storm,
transportation, and construction
management. Highly effective in
providing contract administration and
project management as well as
recommending process improvements.
Powered with effective report-writing
and technical-writing skills and
techniques. Innovative problem-solver
and strategic leader, capable of
building and managing effective cross-
functional relationships with internal
and external departments and agencies.
Adept at managing multiple complex
projects in a high-pressured environment
while establishing partnerships and
positive rapport with all levels of
professionals. Proficient in using
Microsoft Office Suite (Word,
PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook),
MicroStation V8i, Water Management
Systems (WMS) modeling, Hydrologic
Engineering Centers River Analysis
System (HEC-RAS) modeling, and HY-8
Culvert Hydraulic Analysis Program.


Montana Department of Transportation ~
Helena, MT
Hydraulic Engineer Specialist IV, E.I

- Provide expert oversight in
engineering and designing major drainage
facilities, which include bridges,
culverts, storm drains, storm water
detention, and channel changes.
- Develop and ensure stability of
hydraulic designs and recommendations
against erosive forces and scour.
- Implement suitable fish passage
and water quality measures and strictly
conform to floodplain and other state
and federal regulations.
- Design irrigation facilities
impacted by the highway system, such as
canals, siphons and diversion
structures, as well as main drainage
facilities, including culverts, bridges,
storm drain systems, storm water
detention, and channel changes for state
road and highway projects.
- Strategize and execute the
hydraulic portion of statewide bridge
scour program by conducting analysis and
preparation of plan of action (POA)
documents or mitigation designs as
necessary and for all existing
interstate, primary, and secondary
bridges in the state.
- Accomplish consultant design and
system impact reviews, ensuring right
level of engineering, compliance with
department policy and guidelines, as
well as completion of cost analysis
while ensuring that all applicable state
and federal standards are met.
- Prepare essential mitigation
designs and recommendations as well as
execute flood and erosion damage
- Utilize exceptional technical
skills in composing technical reports,
letters, hydraulic responses, and other
written documentation to audiences.
- Extensively travel to project
site on numerous occasions to obtain
information and/or monitor changes in
site conditions.
- Formulate the best solution to
complex engineering problems,
particularly those involving natural
phenomena, such as hydrology and fluvial
- Render technical support in
authorizing floodplain permits,
acquiring DEQ approval for waterline
relocations, resolving maintenance and
construction issues, and managing
wetland mitigation projects.
- Offer technical input for
legal/districts regarding flood damage
claims and irrigation district

Civil Engineering Specialist 2006–

- Created initial and final
project plans through close
collaboration with other MDT design
specialists and constant communication
with various MDT sections, such as
Bridge, Geo-Technical, Hydraulics,
Traffic, Environmental, and
- Computed all material and
earthwork quantities, forecasted project
costs, and identified construction
approaches for each project.
- Analyzed survey data to produce
alignment and grade of highways and
design features.

Montana Department of Transportation,
MSU Design Unit ~ Bozeman, MT
Drafter 2005–2006

- Formulated detailed drawings and
sections of the Montana airport map
- Conducted survey on current road
alignments and wetland areas.
- Reviewed and interpreted survey
data to generate contour files for
horizontal and vertical alignments of
highways and/or other design features.


Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
with Bio-Resource Option (2006)
Related Coursework: Geo-Technical
Engineering, Principals of Environmental
Engineering, Soil Remediation, Hazardous
Waste Treatment, Natural Treatment
Systems, and Ground Water Supply and

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature



Construction Project Management
Quality Control and Assurance
Budget and Time Management
Regulatory Compliance
Scheduling and Cost Estimation
Design Review Methodology
Bids and Proposal Development
Customer Relationship Management

Additional Information:


National Highway Institute classes
through Montana Department of

Hydrologic Analysis &
August 2006
Stream Stability
October 2006
Principals of Writing
Highway and Construction Specifications
March 2007
Fundamentals of
Interchange Improvement
March 2007
Design/Operations Work-
zone Traffic
August 2007
Countermeasure Design
November 2008
Intro to Highway
April 2010
Urban Drainage Design
March 2010


Engineer Intern Certification No. 18184
EI (2007)
Professional Engineering License –
expect to obtain in spring 2012


Chi Epsilon
Phi Kappa Phi
Engineers without Borders

Available upon request.

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