Lead Drainage Engineer - Transportation Infrastructure We are now hiring a Lead Drainage Project Engineer to add to our team in California to lead Drainage designs for roadhighwayrailtransit projects in the West. You can work out of our Ontario, Pasadena or Irvine Offices. In this role you will act as the primary interface with internal design teams and take the lead for all Drainage aspects of the project with the client and our JV partners on both conventional and designbuild projects. You will be a key member of our RoadHighway Practice for California, reporting into a VP and will be initially supporting a major RailTransit project upgrade the Foothills Extension Goldline. Our projects include new urban highway design, highway rehabilitation, railroad grade separation, construction of new bypass lanes and auxiliary lanes, widening of lanes, and reconfiguration of local street interchanges. We expect you to be able to perform (and direct other engineers) in the design of all drainage elements relating to road and highway projects, including hydrologic analysis, inlet design, storm sewer design, ditch and channel design, cross drain design, retentiondetention basin design, water quality analysis, adequate outfall design and design of on and off site drainage facilities. As a leader, you must be able to demonstrate prior experience in the preparation plan documents and reports, such as of storm-water plans and permit applications for highway projects, drainage criteria documentation, drainage design reports, and pond siting reports. Responsibilities Functions as Principal Drainage Design Engineer on small, medium and large projects, assuming responsibility for the work of the group. Leads other Engineers and design personnel in technical excellence and growth in the Quality Improvement Process. Provides technical consultations for interdisciplinary analytical studies and analyses. Ensures compliance of design with all applicable codes and regulations, providing the seal and signature of the professional engineer when required by statute or contract. Helps determine budget estimates and staffing requirements for the defined scope and schedule. May assist with other administrative and technical duties. Requirements 4-year degree in Civil Engineering (or a related field) 10+ years of related work experience in water resources engineering design (drainage design, hydrologic studiesevaluations. Professional Engineer ( PE) registration is required. CALTRANS experience is preferred Ability to perform in a lead capacity (must be able to demonstrate leadership skillsabilities through prior work experience) Ready for action? We're looking for the kind of people who see this opportunity and don't hesitate to act. Parsons is a leader in the world of Technical Services and Engineering. We hire people with a broad set of technical skills who have proven experience tackling some of the greatest challenges. Take your next step and apply today.