Wight & Company is looking for an entry level Civil Engineer to join their Darien, IL office! I have attached the job description. Students that are interested can submit their resumes to email@example.com.
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You are invited to an Informational meeting for a new field course which will be offered in the near future (spring or summer 2018) by the Department of Geography and GIS. This short, informal meeting will give you a chance to meet the instructors (Dr. Piotr Cienciala, Dept. of Geography and GIS and Dr. Jim Best, Dept. of Geography and GIS; Dept of Geology) and ask questions you may have about the course content, location, logistics, etc. For us, it will be a chance to gauge the level of interest among students. Because the course is still in development, we would also love to get your feedback, for example, about the best time frame for the course. So, if you think the course sounds good, please try not to miss the meeting! Or, send us an email if you are interested in the course but cannot attending the meeting.
The working title for the course is “From Mountains to the Sea: Geography, Geology, and Ecology of the Pacific Northwest Landscape”. This name captures the diversity of the truly amazing, dynamic landscape and ecosystems you will have a chance to explore with us: snow-capped mountains and glaciers, volcanoes, salmon-bearing rivers and streams, lush temperate rainforest, and rugged coast (fjords). It also reflects the interdisciplinary approach we plan to take, by incorporating elements of geography, geology, ecology and environmental management. Importantly, the course will have a hands-on character. You will have a chance to spend lots of time outdoors, working with your colleagues and the instructors and using a range of scientific equipment and techniques to collect field data for group projects.
GEOGRAPHY FIELD COURSE – INFORMATIONAL MEETING
Tuesday, May 9th, 12 – 1:00 PM
Department of Geography and GIS
Room 263, Computing Applications Building
605 E Springfield Avenue (@ Wright Street)
GAI Consultants is looking for an entry-level Bridge ENgineer to work in their Indianapolis office. They are looking for this person to start this summer as a full-time employee. Interested students can contact Christopher Branson <C.Branson@gaiconsultants.com> and find the job posting on the company's website: https://opportunities.gaiconsultants.com/Careers.aspx?adata=EGJKfpfxp98m...
Engineer Intern (EI) – Bridges
Transforming ideas into reality since 1958, GAI is an employee-owned engineering and environmental consulting firm. We provide local expertise to worldwide clients in the energy, transportation, development, government, and industrial markets. We believe in community involvement and are committed to corporate responsibility including recycling and eco-friendly practices. GAI is seeking an Engineering Intern (EI) to work in our Indiana Bridge Group. Primary duties include design and detailing of transportation structures, including bridges, sign and traffic signal structures, drainage structures, and retaining walls. This is a full time position in Indianapolis or Fort Wayne, IN.
exp has several job openings available for upcoming grads. These openings can be found at http://exp.com/en/openings.
Students interested in applying can contact Lance M. Langer, a recent U of I graduate, to answer any questions and receive a referral, which can help make your application stand out.
Black & Veatch, a global engineering, construction and consulting company headquartered in Kansas City currently has full-time, entry level new grad (or recent grad) opportunities in Gaithersburg, MD, Portland, OR and Los Angeles, CA. They are looking for candidates with a Civil/Environmental background to work in their Water Business Line. This position is posted on our careers website, and attached is a flyer with an overview of the role as well as application instructions.