CAREERS

CAREERS AT TOWN & COUNTRY ENGINEERING, INC.

Town & Country Engineering is an excellent opportunity to work with a quality municipal consulting engineering firm serving clients throughout Wisconsin. We offer a team-based management structure that provides opportunities to learn and grow professionally. Please apply on-line, or send a letter indicating your interest in the position to: Town & Country Engineering, Inc., 2912 Marketplace Drive, Suite 103, Madison, WI 53719, sjuelich@tcengineers.net

WHY TOWN & COUNTRY ENGINEERING IS A GOOD FIT FOR YOU

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Positive, Team-Based Working Environment

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Work with Many Wonderful Municipal Clients

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Work on High-Tech Projects to Help Our Environment

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Opportunities to Learn and Grow Professionally

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Family Atmosphere with Company-Sponsored Events

CURRENT OPENINGS

Municipal Project EngineerA candidate will be involved in full range of municipal public works analysis, design, construction, and operation services. Responsibilities will include working with project engineers, project managers, and clients on: utility design, street design, stormwater design and management, construction administration, plat and development plan review, and new client development and acting as client liaison. The successful candidate for the Municipal Project Engineer position should have the following requirements: 5+ years of Civil/Environmental engineering experience, ability to manage and establish work priorities on a daily basis for multiple projects, construction and project management experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and be capable of working efficiently with clients, contractors, regulatory agencies and internal staff. Any experience in the public works sector will be a benefit. Required qualifications include a Wisconsin P.E. or ability to obtain one within six months, and proficiency working with regulatory agencies and staff.
Entry Level Wastewater/Water Staff Engineer – Madison or Kenosha OfficesThe candidate will be involved in a full range of wastewater planning, design, and operation services. Responsibilities will include working with project engineers, project managers, and clients on: Assessing existing wastewater treatment facilities for proposed upgrades to equipment and systems, manage and establish work priorities on a daily basis for multiple projects, work with senior level engineers to evaluate, select, and apply various wastewater/water technologies, equipment, and processes, in order to detect ways to improve performance and compliance with environmental regulations, construction management and inspection and attending client meetings. The successful candidate for the Wastewater Staff Engineer position should have the following requirements: Have taken extensive courses relating to water and wastewater engineering, hydraulics, biology, and other related courses, Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering, and excellent written and verbal communication skills and be capable of working efficiently with clients, contractors, regulatory agencies, and internal staff. Any experience in the wastewater industry will be a benefit.
Mid-Level Electrical Engineer/Designer (Madison or West Bend Offices)The position will involve a full range of electrical planning, design, and operational services for water/wastewater projects. Responsibilities will include working with engineers, contractors, manufacturers, and clients on: Design portions of a project related to electrical systems and code requirements, design to include power, lighting, instrumentation, and controls, research commercially available equipment and specify equipment needs based on project and available technologies, calculate costs for proposed work while monitoring costs throughout all phases of the design project, coordinate design and schedule with other disciplines such as process, HVAC, mechanical, administrative, and equipment suppliers, and conduct periodic site observations and other services required by the contract service agreement. The successful candidate for this position should have the following requirements: 5+ years of experience in electrical power and/or SCADA design and construction, Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent training, skilled in the use of Microsoft Office programs, AutoCAD MEP, and Revit, excellent written and verbal communication skills and be capable of working efficiently with clients, contractors, regulatory agencies, and internal staff, a current Wisconsin PE or Designer of Engineering Systems license or the ability to obtain one within 6 months, have a desire to work in the consulting industry, and prior experience in the municipal water and wastewater markets and an understanding of water and wastewater processes from an electrical standpoint.
Entry-Level Electrical Engineer/Designer (Madison or West Bend Offices)The position will involve a full range of electrical planning, design, and operational services for water/wastewater projects. Responsibilities will include working with engineers, contractors, manufacturers, and clients on: design portions of a project related to electrical systems and code requirements. Design to include power, lighting, instrumentation, and controls, research commercially available equipment and specify equipment needs based on project and available technologies, calculate costs for proposed work while monitoring costs throughout all phases of the design project, coordinate design and schedule with other disciplines such as process, HVAC, mechanical, administrative, and equipment suppliers, conduct periodic site observations and other services required by the contract service agreement. The successful candidate for this position should have the following requirements: 0 to 5 years of experience in electrical power and/or SCADA design and construction, Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent training, skilled in the use of Microsoft Office programs, AutoCAD MEP, and Revit, excellent written and verbal communication skills and be capable of working efficiently with clients, contractors, regulatory agencies, and internal staff, and have a desire to work in the consulting industry.
Seasonal/Part-Time Construction Observation StaffThis is a great opportunity for a person with experience in sewer and water utility construction that is looking for a part-time position. Computer experience a benefit. Compensation is negotiable depending on experience.

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Town & Country Engineering specializes in groundwater wells.  From 60-foot unconsolidated wells to 1000-foot deep or grater sandstone wells. As a part of the  process, we analyze water quality data and geology to assess potential for future water quality issues. We include provisions for future treatment in piping and building layouts.

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Town & Country Engineering specializes in groundwater wells.  From 60-foot unconsolidated wells to 1000-foot deep or grater sandstone wells. As a part of the  process, we analyze water quality data and geology to assess potential for future water quality issues. We include provisions for future treatment in piping and building layouts.

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Town & Country Engineering specializes in groundwater wells.  From 60-foot unconsolidated wells to 1000-foot deep or grater sandstone wells. As a part of the  process, we analyze water quality data and geology to assess potential for future water quality issues. We include provisions for future treatment in piping and building layouts.
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