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Employment Opportunities with Barry Isett & Associates

Barry Isett & Associates

Allentown, PA
Phoenixville, PA
Wilkes-Barre, PA
Hazleton, PA
Stroudsburg, PA
Bucks County, PA

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Employment Opportunities with HDR


HDR is an architectural, engineering, and consulting firm that excels at complex projects and solving challenges for clients.  More than 10,500 employee-owners, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in 230 locations worldwide, gather their strengths to provide solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms.

Our growing Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio offices are conducting a search for the following professionals:

  • Transportation Hydraulics Lead – 155341
  • Sr. Architectural Coordinator / Designer / BIM Specialist – 155317
  • Project Accountant – 155290
  • Instrumentation & Controls Designer / EIT – 155208
  • Traffic EIT / Engineer – 155201
  • Sr. Aviation Engineer / Project Manager – 155084
  • Accounting & Finance Intern – 155064
  • Civil Aviation Engineer – 154992
  • Water / Wastewater Project Manager – 154956
  • Sr. Project Manager – 154890
  • Aviation Section Manager – 154828
  • Construction Engineer / Inspector – Central Ohio – 154787
  • Construction Engineer / Inspector – Northern Ohio – 154717
  • Project Architect – Transportation – 154717
  • Rail CAD Technician – 154487
  • Transportation Roadway EIT / Engineer – 154407
  • Bridge Designer / EIT – 154164
  • Construction Inspector – 154155
  • CAD Technician – 154101
  • Water Resources Designer / EIT – 153968
  • Rail Bridge Engineer – 153962
  • Sr. CAD Technician – 153929
  • Geotechnical EIT / Engineer – 153917
  • Water / Wastewater Project Manager – 153709
  • Transportation Designer / EIT – 153671
  • Transportation Engineer – 153396
  • Water / Wastewater Engineer – 153300
  • Water / Wastewater Engineer – 153018
  • CAD Designer – 152839
  • Trenchless Engineer – 152737
  • Sr. Trenchless Geotechnical Engineer – 152736
  • Project Manager (Aviation) – 152652
  • Transportation Engineer – 152651
  • Sr. Transportation Engineer – 152650
  • Sr. Architect (Aviation) – 152648
  • Sr. Project Manager (Transportation) – 152647
  • Water / Wastewater Project Manager – 152385
  • Sr. Transportation Engineer – 151636
  • CAD Designer – 151492
  • Traffic Designer / EIT – 151446
  • Bridge Designer / EIT – 151395
  • Sr. Transportation Technology Planner / Specialist – 151348
  • Sr. Water / Wastewater Process Piping Design CAD Technician – 151344
  • Transportation CAD Technician – 151272
  • Transportation CAD Technician – 151271
  • Transportation Engineer – 151269
  • Transportation Designer / EIT – 151265
  • Water Resources Engineer / Modeler – 151247
  • Strategic Communications Project Manager – 151165
  • Oil and Gas Civil Engineer – 150793
  • Transportation Engineer – 150386
  • Sr. Project Manager Water / Wastewater – 149243
  • Sr. Right of Way Agent – 148850
  • Right of Way Agent – 148849

Please submit your resume online at and refer to the previously mentioned job number.  Detailed job descriptions can be viewed online.

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Employment Opportunities with H.F. Lenz Company

Employment Opportunities with H.F. Lenz Company

Design your career at H.F. Lenz Company!  HFL is growing and has career opportunities available at all levels, disciplines and locations.  Please click on the link to visit our Careers page and learn more about these exciting opportunities.


Mechanical/HVAC Design Engineer (Johnstown, PA)

Plumbing Designer (Johnstown, PA)

Electrical Engineer II (Johnstown, PA)

Electrical Engineer I (Erie PA / Conneaut OH)

Electrical Project Engineer (Middletown, CT)


Why H.F. Lenz:

  • Employees are #1…Our resources are devoted to our biggest and most important asset – our employees!
  • First-class Engineering Design…In business for over 70 years, HFL is a Top 50 Engineering & Design firm with an 85% repeat business ratio and clients that span the nation.
  • ..HFL provides a culture designed for you to thrive!
  • Sustainability…Our employee-centric focus is just one reason our average employee tenure is more than 15 years.  We attract AND retain top talent!
  • Growth & Development…At HFL, individual talents are recognized and developed, creating diversity in engineering design and project management.
  • ..HFL offers an industry leading benefits and compensation packages including, Healthcare, Paid Time Off; 401(k) Retirement, Profit Sharing and End of Year Bonuses and Incentives.
  • ..Our offices offer the best of both worlds!  Enjoy the amenities of working for a nationally recognized firm, with a supportive family culture focused on collaboration, creativity and innovation.

Employment Opportunities with Traffic Planning and Design

Traffic Planning and Design

Doylestown, PA
Harrisburg, PA
Lehigh Valley, PA
Pittsburgh, PA
Philadelphia, PA
Pottstown, PA
West Chester, PA
Elkton, MD
Camden, NJ
Ashville, NC

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Senior Process Controls Engineer (SCADA)

American Water

Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Camden, NJ, the company employs over 7,000 dedicated professionals who provide regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater and other related services to an estimated 15 million people in 46 states.  To learn more about American Water and additional career opportunities, visit

Primary Role

  • Responsible for implementing, maintaining and supporting the automation & process control infrastructure.
  • Provide expert assistance and collaborate in creating engineering plans, designs, monitoring, build and commissioning of automation & process control systems.
  • Understand and apply new technological systems and multiple vendor products to develop and support innovative system solutions that match operational and business requirements.
  • Assist in the development of standards, practices and policies related to the installation, maintenance and operations of automation & process control systems.
  • Develop, deploy and maintain standard and custom programming and configuration code for the automation & process control systems.
  • Provide second level support for maintaining the automation & process control infrastructure, which includes on call as well as on site when required.
  • Manage automation & process control system projects as required. Perform quality assurance checks of automation & process control systems as required.
  • Manage direct reports as required.
Key Accountabilities

Project Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with design engineers, operations personnel, and other internal staff on the design, review, information gathering, inspection, and commissioning / start-up of projects that include process control equipment or systems.
  • Ability to execute projects from conception to start-up within budget and project schedule.
  • Develop programming and configuration code for process control systems, make changes to existing programs, review work performed by outside contractors, participate in factory witness testing, and coordinate control system issues between project engineering, the instrumentation contractor, and American Water management.
  • Review control logic strategies and implement programming changes to optimize control strategies for treatment and pumping processes and automate where appropriate.

Support and Administration:

  • Perform or coordinate maintenance activities on process control equipment or systems.
  • Perform upgrades, add new facilities, and provide replacement of hardware and software.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve control system issues.
  • Investigate new technological developments and processes.
  • Research, recommend, and implement systems to enhance Systems functionality and reliability.
  • Advise, instruct, and/or assist operating company personnel on proper operation and maintenance of Process Control equipment or Systems. Provide Technical instruction as required.
  • Work with operations personnel to implement appropriate policies, standards, practices, and guidelines for all phases of Process Control implementation and maintenance.
  • Work with members of operating company to enforce compliance with mandatory Process Control policies and procedures.
  • Make recommendations to change standards and methods to improve processes and results.
  • Provide supervision and/or support for Controls Engineer or Controls Specialist staff members as required. 

Change Management:

  • Ensure compliance with the Change Management process.
  • Enforce process control system life cycle practices.
  • Vendor Relationships:
  • Develop and maintain relationship with Process Control vendors to keep current with changes in operational control systems.
  • Review vendor specifications, report findings and make recommendations.
  • Strong knowledge of P&IDs, control elementary drawings, ISA instrument specifications, and loop diagrams.
  • Working knowledge of industrial control system platforms including PLC / DCS / HMI programming / design / configuration.
  • Knowledge of process computers and data collection methods. Understanding of PC Networking technology, telemetry methods and historical archiving databases.
  • Strong knowledge of project management and application development methodologies and tools.
  • Knowledge of business applications, Microsoft Office products and productivity tools (e.g. MS Word, MS Project, Excel, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes).
  • Demonstrative knowledge of engineering concepts and their application; water/wastewater equipment and systems operations preferred.
  • Working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and instrumentation process control equipment and systems.Demonstrated ability to configure programmable process controllers PLCs / RTUs (Allen – Bradley, Modicon, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, Emerson).Demonstrated ability to configure HMI with Iconics, Intellution, or Wonderware.
  • Ability to develop Process Control Functional descriptions.
  • Demonstrated ability to solve complex process control problems related to water / wastewater systems.
  • Proficient with identifying, planning, scheduling, conducting, and coordinating detailed phases of Capital Projects.
  • Proficient with data communications systems, protocols, wired and wireless network systems, and radio telemetry.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills with attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal, people and people management skills (e.g. listening, coaching, facilitating, tact/diplomacy, employee relations, development, motivation, team building).
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to changes in priority efficiently.
  • Excellent client relations skills and customer service orientation.
  • Excellent planning, time management and organization skills.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills, including presentation expertise and the ability to communicate complex issues clearly.
  • Rapidly assesses options and likely consequences when under time pressure to make decisions or solve problems.


  • Minimum five (5) years of experience in the maintenance, troubleshooting, calibration, repair and installation of Process Control Systems (SCADA and DCS), configuration and programming of PLCs / RTUs (Allen – Bradley, Modicon, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, Emerson) and HMIs (Iconics, Intellution, Wonderware), control and instrument loops.
  • Experience with data communications systems, protocols, wired and wireless network systems, and radio telemetry.
  • Experience with OPC, Visual Basic, and SQL applications.


  • Four year (4) degree or equivalent.
  • Significant additional experience and/or certifications or other education and training may be substituted for formal education.
Travel Requirements
  • Weekly, local travel
  • Overnight travel as required 
Work Environment/Schedule
  • Operating Facilities – Multi District/State Coverage Area.
  • Monday – Friday
  • Requires “on-call” out of hours support during evenings, nights, holidays and weekends.
  • Champions safety
  • Customer obsessed
  • Cultivates innovation
  • Nimble learning
  • Drives Engagement
  • Collaborates

Join American Water…We Keep Life Flowing

American Water is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and prohibits employment discrimination for employees and applicants based on his or her age, race, color, pregnancy, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, marital status, citizenship, or because he or she is an individual with a disability, protected veteran or other status protected by federal, state, and local laws.

Project Implementation Engineer

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC)

Delaware Valley Region


Salary Range: Low $60,000s (position level & salary commensurate with education & experience)
Location: Transportation Programs, Office of Project Implementation
Closing Date: When position is filled
Areas of Considerations: All sources

Job Description

This is a technical / professional position providing direct assistance to local government and non-profit agencies in implementing various nontraditional, federally funded transportation projects in the Delaware Valley region. 

The incumbent will coordinate and facilitate the implementation process (beginning at project concept through construction) of numerous projects that are sponsored by a local government, other public agency, or by a private non-profit organization, in addition to program management work. The types of projects include: bicycle facility construction (both on and off roadway); reconstruction/restoration of historic transportation buildings; provision of pedestrian facilities through sidewalk and ADA ramp improvements; and other such projects eligible under federal funding programs. The federal funding sources are generally Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside (TA Set-aside), Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Program (STP/STU).

PennDOT has asked DVRPC to coordinate and facilitate the implementation of these non-traditional projects, in which the project sponsor is responsible for hiring and managing professional engineers/architects to develop the plans, specifications, and estimates for the project and for submitting these through PennDOT for approval.

The incumbent will coordinate and facilitate this work with the project sponsor in the same manner as PennDOT’s managers for the pre-construction phases of the project. PennDOT will let the construction contracts and the sponsor will provide for construction inspection. The work of the incumbent will be performed in accordance with overall DVRPC policies, federal and state requirements, and professional standards. Work will be reviewed by senior level managers through regular project status meetings.


  • Coordinate meetings and field views with project sponsor, PennDOT and affected municipalities and counties.
  • Assist the project sponsor in the process of getting a consultant under contract, including providing guidance on the preparation of the request for qualifications (RFQ), how to advertise and solicit responses, and the requirements of the state/federal consultant selection process.
  • Assist the project sponsor in the reviews of consultants’ responses to the RFP, including the scope and cost proposals, project schedule, and list of deliverables.
  • Oversee the project’s environmental review process and the development of environmental documents.
  • Pursue, with the project sponsor and the consultant, the timely delivery of final plans, specifications and estimates to PennDOT.
  • Write letters, meeting minutes and give status reports to technical committees.
  • Perform related work as required.


  • Knowledge of basic engineering principles.
  • Knowledge of how transportation projects are implemented preferred.
  • Experience related to project development and management preferred.
  • Knowledge of the applicable state and federal standards preferred.
  • Knowledge of MS Office Suite.
  • Strong oral, writing, organization, and presentation skills to ensure efficient project delivery.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public and private agency officials, consultants, the general public, and other DVRPC staff.
  • Ability to travel and attend meetings at various locations throughout the DVRPC region approximately 25% of the time.

Experience & Training

To classify as a level TE I, a minimum of one year of professional experience in Civil or Transportation Engineering or Project Management including demonstrated skills in design, construction management/inspection, or a related field, and a Bachelor’s degree with major course work in Civil Engineering or a related field. A Master’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field may be substituted for one year of experience.

The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) is the Philadelphia region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization. We believe DVRPC is a place to work, learn, and create a career in a professional and stimulating environment that values diversity, innovation, and bringing your best self to work. To learn more about our work culture and benefits, visit our website:


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