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Civil Engineer Intern (Land Development)
This position is: Full Time
Position Location: Baton Rouge, LA

T. Baker Smith, LLC (TBS) is seeking a Civil Engineering Intern (E.I.) for our thriving Land Development group to be located in the TBS Baton Rouge office.  Candidate will be involved in the design and preparation of residential & commercial construction plans and specifications.

This is very much a team-oriented group!  The ideal candidate will participate and contribute to a dynamic work environment on a range of land development related projects within the whole site design process from cradle to grave, including survey, environmental, land planning, site design, engineering, permitting, and construction administration.

Specific skills should include preparation of site feasibility studies, due diligence, drainage area maps, hydraulic evaluation and analysis, storm water calculations, pipe networks, technical reports, and completing construction documentation. 

Requirements:

Bachelors of Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university.

Current E.I. certificate or ability to obtain within 6 months of employment.

3 years of experience related to land development design and processes.

Must be proficient in AutoCAD Civil 3D and have the ability to design and prepare construction documentation for the following: water, sewer, storm drainage, grading, erosion and sedimentation control, and storm water management.

Effective communication skills and a team player are a must!  Candidate will be required to correspond with review agencies, clients, contractors, and TBS personnel from different offices.

Experience with plan processing and permitting in local jurisdictions is a positive. 

 

This is an excellent opportunity for the motivated professional to grow and develop while working in an energetic work environment offering client solutions.

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