Gannett Fleming, Inc.

Stormwater Engineer

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Water Resources
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Throughout our 100-year history, Gannett Fleming has been an innovator and leader on a global level, providing world-class services in engineering, consulting, design, program, and construction management. With more than 60 offices worldwide, we are consistently ranked among the nation’s most prestigious engineering firms.


Our people are our secret to Excellence Delivered As Promised! We have fostered a culture of promoting progressive thinking to tackle complex engineering challenges – transforming creative ideas into reality! We are committed to supporting your career goals by providing professional development and training and the opportunity to work with respected industry thought leaders, while at the same time encouraging a healthy work-life balance. Our benefits and perks are competitive because we want to see a smile on your face as we change the world together.


Since 1915, Gannett Fleming has played a major role in some of the most multifaceted and iconic engineering accomplishments in the world. Join us on our journey as we continue to provide thought-provoking, customized solutions to our clients, improving and sustaining communities for the next 100 years!


Gannett Fleming’s Baltimore, MD office is looking for a Stormwater Engineer with a strong civil background, to support planning, design, and construction management activities for a variety of projects.




In this role you will be responsible primarily for design and project management of the work for water resources details related to transportation projects. The successful candidate will provide leadership, direction, organization and guidance to ensure that quality management, design and technical services are provided to clients and that performance targets are met. You will also be responsible for planning, design, and management of water resources-related design projects including storm water management, drainage, NPDES stormwater retrofits, Low Impact Development, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, bridge scour, stream restoration, county and state permitting, and construction phase services.  This position will provide the candidate with the ability to manage and mentor multiple junior engineers in a role designed to primarily be a project manager.  Some design and production will still be required. You will be expected to meet with and interact with the client with minimal oversight from the Water Resources manager.




  • B.S. in Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Water Resources Engineering or related field of practice is required. Master’s Degree is a plus.
  • An ideal candidate will have 5-10 years’ experience in civil site design, with direct involvement in stormwater management design, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, permitting, BMP retrofits and stream restoration.
  • A strong background using Auto CAD and/or Microstation is required
  • Knowledge of HEC-RAS and ArcGIS is preferred
  • Direct experience completing projects with Maryland State Highway and other public sector/municipal agencies in the Greater Baltimore/DC Metro area is required
  • Experience in watershed water quality assessments, MS4 permitting and/or program development a plus
  • Strong interpersonal skills; good public speaking ability; strong project financial management skills; knowledge of production support systems and personal computer proficiency are all required competencies.
  • Desire to provide technical and project leadership to junior engineers
  • Professional Engineer license in MD preferred


Gannett Fleming Inc. will not sponsor an employment visa (e.g., H-1B visa), including any visa renewal during employment, for any candidate for this position.


Gannett Fleming is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer, including veterans and disability status.


NO AGENCIES PLEASE: Unsolicited resumes from third party agencies will not be accepted.


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