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Engineering Technician Senior | City of Redmond

Posted: 11/29/2021

The City of Redmond is a thriving, culturally diverse community and home to over 72,000 residents.  Redmond is the hub to an array of commerce and industry ranging from technology, aerospace and gaming to biomedical and innovation start-ups. 
 
The Planning Department is responding to the growing needs of the City, consider joining our team as a Senior Engineering Technician. The talent you bring will help us:

  • Provides development engineering related as-built, map-based and other technical information and responds to inquiries from staff, citizens, private developers, contractors, engineers and other agencies.

  • Reviews and interprets engineering documents, construction drawings, legal descriptions, easement/deed of dedication documents, final plat, boundary line adjustment, binding site plan, and other engineering and land title related documents.

  • Manages performance bonds, administrative documents for construction acceptance and warranty, public utilities connections applications, and all civil related permits. 

  • Reviews building permits with approved civil site construction plans.

  • Performs fees calculations and provides general review fees and bonds to ensure payments are posted before permit issuance.

  • Provide customer services including but not limited to response counter coverage, phone calls and emails to Development Engineering hotline

  • Acts as engineering technician lead and provides supports to all related applications in Development Engineering

  • Assists on process improvements and creates/updates standard operation procedures

The ideal candidate will have:

  • College –level course work or graduation from an accredited two-year college or university with a degree in drafting, engineering sciences or related field.

  • Seven (7) years experience in an engineering technician related field.

  • Or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

 This full-time position will earn between $5,957.00 and $8,042.00 per month. Please apply online by December 7, 2021 via www.redmond.gov/jobs.


Senior Stormwater Engineer | City of Redmond

Posted: 11/23/2021

The City of Redmond is a thriving, culturally diverse community and home to over 72,000 residents.  Redmond is the hub to an array of commerce and industry ranging from technology, aerospace and gaming to biomedical and innovation start-ups. 
 
The Planning Department is responding to the growing needs of the City, consider joining our team as a Senior Stormwater Engineer. The talent you bring will help us:

  • Review developer applications and project plans for compliance with critical areas, grading and Stormwater regulations including LID design and implementation, applicable standards, policies, codes and regulations compliance.
  • Review, approve, process, and manage projects for permit approval.
  • Schedule and lead the Civil Coordinated Review process from start to finish.
  • Participate in public hearings and meetings.
  • Attend preconstruction conferences and represent the division in internal design and construction meetings.
  • Respond to internal and external customer questions regarding Stormwater, Critical Areas and LID issues.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering or related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Seven (7) years engineering experience which includes three years of project administration and management responsibilities.
  • Or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

This full-time position will earn between $8,328.00 and $11,243.00 per month. Please apply via www.redmond.gov/jobs.


Coastal Engineer - Coastal Design & Project Management Focus | Coastal Geologic Services

Posted: 11/23/2021

Coastal Geologic Services is accepting resumes from qualified professionals for a mid-to senior level Coastal Engineer position in our North Puget Sound (Bellingham, WA) office. CGS provides coastal engineering and geological analysis and design services in the Puget Sound region and beyond. We focus on coastal restoration and enhancement, erosion control using traditional methods and engineering with nature approaches, and sea level rise resilience. CGS offers a wide range of consulting services to support clients in the government, tribal, nonprofit, commercial, and private sectors. 

Responsibilities

Analyze conditions and design project elements for beach and estuarine systems focusing on coastal process restoration, nearshore habitat enhancement, erosion control, and sea level rise vulnerability and adaptation.  Assist with beach nourishment design, coastal structure removal and modification, and water crossing upgrades. Conduct field measurements, model flooding, waves, sediment transport, and coastal evolution/morphodynamics of mixed sand-gravel beach and estuarine systems. Create and manage project elements, working both independently and as a team member. Effectively manage some projects and client needs. Collaborate on and/or lead proposals and grant applications.

Required Qualifications

  • Current Professional Engineer (PE) registration (Washington State or be able to obtain through reciprocity within six (6) months of hire)
  • M.S. in coastal, civil, or ocean engineering, oceanography, or related environmental science
  • 6+ years of professional experience working on coastal engineering projects including consulting services
  • 2+ years project management experience
  • Ability to conduct effective client and agency presentations and written technical reports 
  • Proficiency in coastal process analysis, coastal structure design, plan, and specifications development
  • Proficiency in coastal modeling such as waves and/or sediment transport modeling
  • Experience with coastal flooding and sea level rise resilience and adaptation
  • Ability to complete site investigation and field measurements at coastal sites
  • Analytical problem-solving skills
  • Proficiency in using data analysis packages (e.g., MATLAB, Python, R) to automate data processing and analysis
  • Strong technical writing and presentation skills for communication of complex engineering and scientific concepts 
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. on an on-going basis without sponsorship
  • Valid driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications

  • Puget Sound region professional experience
  • Beach nourishment, coastal restoration, living shorelines, and habitat enhancement project experience
  • Familiarity with gravel and mixed gravel-sand beaches
  • Proficiency with aerial and other coastal mapping, LiDAR data analysis
  • 4+ years project management experience

Work Environment

This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are typically Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm, with some flexibility. The job largely operates as a hybrid with staff working from home and in a professional office environment as conditions allow to ensure safety. Occasional fieldwork and travel may be necessary.  

Salary and Benefits

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to competitive compensation packages, benefits include:

  • Health and dental insurance coverage
  • 401k match
  • Paid vacation, holidays, and sick leave
  • Performance-based bonus program

About Coastal Geologic Services Inc.

CGS is committed to responsible stewardship of the Salish Sea by providing innovative coastal science, design, and management to help protect the resources of the Salish Sea/Puget Sound. We are a small, independent consulting firm that is a leader in coastal restoration in the region. CGS has been in business with steady, controlled growth for over 28 years. We provide a full range of services for coastal sites and for a diverse client base including local, state, and federal government agencies, tribes, non-profits, private landowners, and associations. Focus areas include beach, bluff and estuary restoration and enhancement, gravel beach nourishment/soft shore protection/living shorelines, inlet processes, and climate change/SLR analysis, vulnerability, and adaptation.

Our office is located along a forested reach of Whatcom Creek in the vibrant downtown of Bellingham, WA, adjacent to an award-winning trail and park network, and within walking distance of Bellingham Bay. Bellingham boasts wonderful schools, an active and progressive community, access to the San Juan Islands and thousands of miles of marine shore, the Cascade Mountains, and many affordable cultural venues, restaurants, and breweries.

How to Apply

Please email detailed resume, cover letter, and a minimum of three references to careers@coastalgeo.com. Cover letter should address how the candidate’s specific experience makes them well suited for coastal engineering work at a small, independent firm and how their long-term career goals align with this position. Please email completed materials to careers@coastalgeo.com by Dec. 8, 2021. Position is open until filled.

CGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status. CGS will provide reasonable accommodation to all applicants and employees.

Covid Safety Protocols

CGS is committed to providing safe working conditions and has instituted measures aimed at keeping employees healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic in accordance with all CDC and Washington State guidelines. As such, COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of employment. CGS supports a hybrid work arrangement to support social distancing. We have established enhanced cleaning and other protocols and provide personal protective equipment to all employees while working in the office. Ensuring the well-being of our team members is a top priority.


Water Resources Engineering Vice President | WEST Consultants

Posted: 11/8/2021

WEST Consultants, Inc., a premier firm in water resources engineering, has a need for an energetic and ambitious senior level engineer candidate interested in a Water Resources Engineering Vice President position in our Bellevue, Washington location. This position will be responsible for leading the operations of a busy office with about 15-20 staff; providing project management and technical expertise; actively participating in marketing, client relations, and firm visibility development efforts; and providing general staff leadership and office administration.

Responsibilities:

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Project Management:

In addition to managing and providing technical work individually when appropriate, this position will manage the general project workflow of all office staff. Duties include to:

  • Conduct contract negotiations with clients and subconsultants in coordination with an appropriate WEST signatory.
  • Participate in the creation/review of office proposals, project schedules, budgets, project milestones, etc.
  • Provide technical advice and communication to clients.
  • Provide quality assurance/quality control for office work products.
  • Ensure that all scheduled project deliverables are produced on time.
  • Assist in proactively identifying potential problems with projects and provide assistance in resolving them.
  • Manage outside subconsultant activities and deliverables as required.
  • Monitor project budgets and prepare monthly office billing instructions in coordination with the bookkeeper.

Technical Expertise:

This position should have technical expertise in civil or environmental engineering, with specialization in water resources engineering covering many of the following types of work and related software:

  • Hydrologic, hydraulic, geomorphic, sediment transport, and water quality analysis.
  • Development of numerical models for water resources investigations.
  • Familiarity with HEC numerical models.
  • Hydraulic structure design.
  • Flood risk evaluation and mitigation.
  • Design of stormwater management facilities.
  • Environmental impact assessment and mitigation.
  • Preparation of technical reports and design and construction documents, figures, maps, and graphics.

Marketing, Public Representation, & Client Development:

This position will focus on the visibility of the firm, securing work with active clients and teaming partners, and identifying and securing new work.  Part of this effort may include to:

  • Develop, manage, and maintain client relationships.
  • Identify business opportunities and prepare proposals.
  • Attend trade shows, conferences, and seminars.
  • Maintain professional visibility by actively participating in civic and professional organizations.

Office/Staff Administration:

This position will lead day-to-day business operations and directly supervise 15-20 employees, leading and mentoring the team and completing the related administrative duties required:

  • Develop and monitor workload and staffing requirements, working closely with other management staff to balance office workload and meet all project objectives.
  • Provide a vision and guidance to staff to assist in their technical and professional development:
    • Define objectives for office staff.
    • Conduct annual performance reviews and goal-setting guidance to staff.
    • Provide staff with ongoing performance feedback and counsel to promote improved performance and career development.
  • Advise staff on company policies and procedures, coordinate training and staff meetings as needed, and monitor and enforce compliance in these areas.
  • Review and approve staff timesheets, expense reports, and other administrative matters.

Experience Requirements:

The candidate should have 10 years of diverse technical project experience, demonstrating an increased level of professional development and responsibility.  Experience working with both public and private sector clients is desirable.

Skill Requirements:

In addition to being enthusiastic about working in the field of water resources, the successful candidate should have the following skills:

  • Dedication to producing quality technical products and providing responsive client services.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to manage individuals and teams successfully with a business vision, as well as the ability to work independently when needed.
  • Ability to represent the firm effectively to clients, key public officials, and the community in general.
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities.
  • Must be willing to travel periodically.

Educational Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree or higher in Civil or Environmental Engineering or water resources related field is required.
  • P.E. registration required.

How to Apply:

If you meet the qualifications and requirements listed above, and want to be a part of this respected company, please submit your resume and cover letter to hrm@westconsultants.com.


Geomorphologist/Water Resources Engineer | WEST Consultants

Posted: 11/8/2021

WEST Consultants, Inc., a premier firm in water resources engineering, is seeking energetic and ambitious applicants qualified to apply for a mid- to senior-level fluvial geomorphologist position in our Bellevue, WA location.

Responsibilities:

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Assessing reach and watershed conditions, producing hydraulics bases of design reports, floodplain analyses, channel migration analyses, and sediment transport studies.
  • Completing projects under a multi-year contract for replacement of Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) culverts for fish passage across the Puget Sound, Olympic Peninsula, and southwestern Washington regions.
  • Assessing physical and fluvial processes that influence existing and proposed channel planform, geometry, and sediment supply.
  • Assessing erosional and depositional processes as they relate to land-use, riverine and floodplain stability, and ecological function.
  • Assessing short- and long-term channel stability including lateral migration, aggradation, and degradation.
  • Developing stream restoration and enhancement recommendations.
  • Contributing to WSDOT preliminary hydraulic design (PHD) and final hydraulic design (FHD) reports that meet WSDOT design standards and Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) guidelines.

Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum of five years working experience in fluvial geomorphology.
  • Experience with river hydraulics, channel stability analyses, stream restoration, fish passage and culvert replacement projects, and floodplain restoration.

Skill Requirements:

In addition to being enthusiastic about working in the field of water resources, the successful candidate should have the following skills:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and manage time as well as work as part of a team.
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities.
  • Proficiency in 1D and 2D hydrodynamic modeling.


Educational and Professional Registration Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in geology, civil engineering, environmental science, or related field is required.
  • Master’s Degree or higher in civil engineering, geology, environmental science, or related field is preferred.
  • Washington State Licensed Professional Engineer and/or Licensed Geologist, or one who aspires to get licensed.

How to Apply:

If you meet the qualifications and requirements listed above and want to be a part of this respected company, please submit your resume and cover letter to hrm@westconsultants.com.


Hydraulic Engineer | Natural Systems Design, Inc.

Posted: 11/3/2021

Please Note:  As with much of the Architecture and Engineering (A&E) industry, we find ourselves in the fortunate position of having many interesting and challenging projects, so are looking to add capacity in several areas.  If you have skills and interest in restoration engineering or science, but do not quite fit into one of the open positions, we’d still love to hear from you!

Natural Systems Design, Inc. (NSD) is a Pacific Northwest firm of passionate geomorphologists, hydrologists, engineers, fisheries biologists, landscape architects, and ecologists, created to make a positive contribution to the natural world. Founded in 2003, we are an interdisciplinary team of 38+ professional scientists and engineers.  We have locations in Seattle, Bellingham, and Port Angeles…choose a location that works best for you.

Why work with us?

  • At NSD we work exclusively on aquatic and floodplain habitat restoration, watershed analysis, and restoration planning and we have developed a regional reputation for innovative and excellent work, which results in a constant stream of challenging and interesting projects with great clients. 
  • We work on highly interdisciplinary teams and aim to consider ecological, geological, hydrological, and engineering perspectives on every technical challenge; this leads to constant learning and lively discussions. 
  • We are a group that is deeply committed to restoration and protection of natural processes, and also to solutions that benefit both the ecosystem and the community; we take pride in our work to make the world a better place and we advocate with our clients for the actions needed to make that happen. 
  • Our work is highly varied, and ranges from field work in beautiful places – wading streams, surveying from boats, mapping wetlands – to using state-of-the-art data analysis tools, drafting programs, and hydraulic models in the office, to advising during engineered log jam construction, to presenting at stakeholder meetings.

Position Summary: We are seeking a Restoration Engineer with 4-6 years’ experience to be based in any of our Seattle, Bellingham, or Port Angeles, WA offices. The successful candidate will have strong proficiency in engineering analysis and design focused on rivers, streams, or wetlands.

The work for this position is primarily in Washington and Oregon, but some projects may require travel to Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska, and California. (Note that remote work is encouraged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but offices remain open for those who wish to utilize them and we anticipate that all staff will return to in-person work at least three days per week at some point).

Responsibilities

  • Technically lead and support design and analysis of engineering approaches to restoration of streams, rivers, and wetlands
  • Collect field data at project sites, including driving to field sites throughout the Pacific Northwest, hiking and carrying gear of up to 40 lbs. over rough terrain, wading in streams, and taking careful and detailed field notes in all weather conditions
  • Acquire, process, and analyze field data using methods such as Total Station survey, Real Time Kinematic GPS survey, pebble counts, and wood loading surveys to understand existing conditions
  • Collaborate with geomorphologists and ecologists to contribute to historical landscape reconstruction, including describing and quantifying current conditions and historic landscape changes, such as changes to channel morphology, riparian vegetation, instream wood loading, and floodplain connectivity
  • Lead hydraulic and hydrologic analysis of existing and proposed conditions, including analysis of observational data (e.g., USGS discharge) and implementation of models and software that include HEC-RAS, SRH2D, RiverFlow-2D, HEC-HMS, and HEC-SSP
  • Complete and communicate calculations of scour, sizing, and stability for project elements, such as engineered log jams
  • Develop project specifications in conformance with state or federal guidelines (WSDOT, ODOT etc).
  • Develop construction cost estimates
  • Write technical narratives describing methodology and results of analyses
  • Support production of illustrative figures and maps of technical analyses using ArcGIS, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Develop plans, specifications and cost estimates with principal level QA/QC,
  • Lead and manage projects and project teams
  • Develop scope of engineering analysis needed to answer relevant questions related to meeting project goals
  • Develop and manage schedules and budgets that align with scope
  • Track hours, budget, progress, and review processes to ensure high-quality and on-time delivery of design packages
  • Actively contribute to success of Project Teams
  • Proactively and clearly communicate status and results to colleagues, collaborators, and clients through discussions, presentations, data visualizations, and technical writing
  • Seek out best available science to support innovative, cost-effective approaches to analyses and engineering designs that meet project goals
  • Organize data and analyses to be reproducible and clearly documented
  • Ask questions, volunteer knowledge, and maintain an attitude of constant learning and excellence
  • Maintain an upbeat attitude and persevere during challenging field conditions including storms, dust, heat, rain, snow, and blackberry brambles.

Minimum Qualifications

  • BS in Civil Engineering, or related field; or equivalent experience
  • 4-6 years of professional experience
  • Professional Engineer’s license in Civil Engineering for Washington State (or ability to gain through reciprocity within 1 year of employment)
  • Proficiency with drafting in AutoCAD or MicroStation
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Experience with field data collection, such as topographic survey using Real Time Kinematic (RTK) GPS and/or Total Station, pebble count, channel morphology measurements, and field mapping
  • Competence with technical writing and technical communication
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License

Preferred Qualifications

  • 6+ years of professional experience in river restoration and design related to engineered log jams, culvert replacements
  • Proficiency with Microstation InRoads drafting and plan development
  • Proficiency with ArcGIS platform, including acquiring and importing geospatial and remote sensing data, geospatial analysis using spatial analyst and 3D analyst tools, and cartography
  • Competency writing and executing scripts for data processing, analysis, and visualization in R or Python
  • Experience working with and analyzing large digital elevation files (e.g., lidar) and other gridded datasets (e.g., soils, vegetation, climate)
  • Experience in field-based and remote sensing-based quantitative analysis of landscape evolution and fluvial and hillslope morphology and processes, including channel form and adjustment, channel migration, and landform mapping.
  • Experience working with hydraulic and hydrologic models such as HEC-RAS, SRH2D, RiverFlow-2D, HEC-HMS, HEC-SSP, VELMA, or other software applications.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and sensitivity to a range of perspectives on relationships and interconnections with the natural world, such as traditional indigenous knowledge

Compensation

NSD offers competitive salary and benefits, including up to a 4% match on 401(K), 7 paid holidays, and up to 4 weeks of paid time off annually.

Start Date

November 2021

Hours

Full-time, generally working within the hours of 7 am–7 pm, M-F, with occasional weekend and/or evening work.

Apply:

Please apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to jobs@naturaldes.com

NSD is an equal opportunity employer and candidates who identify with groups that are frequently underrepresented in the science, engineering, technology, and math fields are highly encouraged to apply. All candidates will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or protected veteran or disabled status or any other category protected under law.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.


Drafting Technician | Natural Systems Design, Inc.

Posted: 11/3/2021

Please Note:  As with much of the Architecture and Engineering (A&E) industry, we find ourselves in the fortunate position of having many interesting and challenging projects, so are looking to add capacity in several areas.  If you have skills and interest in restoration engineering or science, but do not quite fit into one of the open positions, we’d still love to hear from you!

Natural Systems Design, Inc. (NSD) is a Pacific Northwest firm of passionate geomorphologists, hydrologists, engineers, fisheries biologists, landscape architects, and ecologists, created to make a positive contribution to the natural world. Founded in 2003, we are an interdisciplinary team of 38+ professional scientists and engineers.  We have locations in Seattle, Bellingham, and Port Angeles…choose a location that works best for you.

Why work with us?

  • At NSD we work exclusively on aquatic and floodplain habitat restoration, watershed analysis, and restoration planning and we have developed a regional reputation for innovative and excellent work, which results in a constant stream of challenging and interesting projects with great clients. 
  • We work on highly interdisciplinary teams and aim to consider ecological, geological, hydrological, and engineering perspectives on every technical challenge; this leads to constant learning and lively discussions. 
  • We are a group that is deeply committed to restoration and protection of natural processes, and also to solutions that benefit both the ecosystem and the community; we take pride in our work to make the world a better place and we advocate with our clients for the actions needed to make that happen. 
  • Our work is highly varied, and ranges from field work in beautiful places – wading streams, surveying from boats, mapping wetlands – to using state-of-the-art data analysis tools, drafting programs, and hydraulic models in the office, to advising during engineered log jam construction, to presenting at stakeholder meetings.

Position Summary: NSD is seeking a Drafting Technician with 3-5 years of experience in computer-aided drafting and civil engineering support to join our team of professionals. This position may be based in either our Seattle, Bellingham, or Port Angeles, Washington office. Remote work up to 2 days per week is possible, but face-to-face collaboration in the office is essential to our team process, so the position will typically require office presence at least 3 days per week.

The work for this position will focus primarily on the preparation of stream restoration design plans. The preferred candidate will have a strong understanding of standard drafting and design software and development of engineering plans and details. The role will support civil engineers, landscape architects, and geologists in the development of designs for a variety of restoration projects including but not limited to: engineered log jams, bank stabilization structures, stream channel and floodplain restoration, and fish passage restoration projects.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Setup and develop stream and river restoration project design files and plan sets in both AutoCAD Civil 3D and Bentley MicroStation/InRoads formats;
  • Prepare plan sheets illustrating grading plans, culvert or hydraulic structure layout, riverine structure layout, typical engineering details, revegetation plans, etc. per the design leads sketches and direction;
  • Manage and adhere to file organization and design standards throughout the design and drafting process. Design standards may be NSD company standards or those defined by the client;
  • Transfer spatial data such as lidar-derived digital elevation models (DEMs), parcel boundaries, and other data derived from GIS or other sources into the primary drafting platform to develop plan set basemaps;
  • Coordinate with project engineer and/or design lead on design details to integrate into design files and plan sets;
  • Calculate construction, earthwork, and impact quantities to assist with permitting and develop bid schedules;
  • Ensure accuracy, quality, and completeness of design files, quantity take offs, and plan sets;
  • Understand the project design intent, construction methodologies, and situational context and identify challenges, data gaps, and opportunities;
  • Work both independently and collaboratively with colleagues across multiple disciplines;
  • Assist with topographic surveys and data processing.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associates degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design, or similar; or demonstrated equivalent experience;
  • Three years of professional experience in computer-aided drafting;
  • Highly proficient in the preparation of engineering details and plan sets in AutoCAD Civil 3D and MicroStation;
  • Practical knowledge of typical construction means and methods for civil and infrastructure projects related to flood and erosion control in natural channels;
  • Solid understanding of civil engineering concepts, construction plan set organization, and design presentation

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 4-5 years of professional experience in civil engineering, computer-aided drafting, or river restoration;
  • Experience with topographic surveying using conventional and GPS methods;
  • Ability to process topographic survey data into Triangular Irregular Networks (TINs);
  • Experience working with WSDOT’s Electronic Engineering Data Standards;
  • Experience with Bentley InRoads for civil design elements;
  • Experience with Bentley ProjectWise for file and design management.

Compensation:

NSD offers competitive salary and benefits, including up to a 4% match on 401(K), 7 paid holidays, and up to 4 weeks of paid time off annually. 

Start Date:

Negotiable

Hours: 

Full-time, generally working within the hours of 7 am–7 pm, M-F, with occasional weekend and/or evening work. 

Apply:

Please apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to jobs@naturaldes.com

NSD is an equal opportunity employer and candidates who identify with groups that are frequently underrepresented in the science, engineering, technology, and math fields are highly encouraged to apply. All candidates will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or protected veteran or disabled status or any other category protected under law.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.