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DC Job Alert: DDOT Stormwater GI Team

The DC Department of Transportation (DDOT) Stormwater Green Infrastructure (GI) Team is growing, and they are looking for qualified civil engineers, environmental engineers, and landscape architects to join our team. DDOT currently has a mid-level engineer position open for applications until April 29, 2015. In the coming months, they will have several positions open at all levels.

DDOT has been building innovative stormwater management in the transportation right of way in highly urbanized Washington, D.C. for about ten years. The program is rapidly advancing and last year DDOT issued Green Infrastructure Standards to use in all DDOT construction projects and stormwater management retrofit projects. See www.ddot.dc.gov/greeninfrastructure and www.ddot-lidconstruction.com for more information on their projects.

The stormwater GI team is responsible for managing the full lifecycle of stormwater GI projects in all areas of the city, including combined and separated sewer areas. The stormwater GI project manager will directly manage GI retrofit design and construction projects citywide. The team assists all DDOT road construction projects to ensure that the projects meet the new 1.2 inch stormwater retention requirement. The team also reviews private development for opportunities to reduce runoff in the public right of way. They are also involved in planning and maintaining GI sites and work with many local and federal agencies.

DDOT is one of the leading transportation agencies in implementing innovative stormwater management technologies. There are a lot of exciting opportunities to pursue & well qualified highly motivated professionals will be a tremendous asset to the team. Ability to work in a very dynamic environment is critical.

The job is located at 55 M St SE, Washington, D.C. in the Navy Yard neighborhood and just one block from Nationals Ballpark.
Please feel free to email Meredith Upchurch at Meredith.upchurch@dc.gov.

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