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Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist

Location

Grand Rapids, MI
 

Job Summary

The Senior TA Specialist will play a crucial role in supporting Fishbeck’s growth and success through talent acquisition and performance management needs within technical departments. The position will work closely with a team of HR Generalists to ensure effective HR operations and aid in the support for the entire firm. This role is pivotal in driving our strategic objectives by attracting and retaining top-tier talent through innovative and efficient HR practices.
 

Primary Functions

  • Develop and implement strategic talent acquisition plans that align with firm goals.
  • Lead end-to-end recruitment processes for various levels of positions, ensuring a positive candidate experience.
  • Build and maintain relationships with external recruiting agencies and universities for talent pipeline development.
  • Utilize innovative sourcing techniques to attract high-quality candidates.
  • Collaborate with hiring managers to understand staffing needs, workforce planning, and providing guidance on best practices.
  • Conduct interviews and participate in the selection process to ensure the right cultural fit and skillset.
  • Evaluate and enhance existing recruitment processes.
  • Implement technology solutions and tools to streamline recruitment workflows.
  • Analyze data and metrics to identify areas for improvement in talent acquisition and retention.
  • Develop and implement standardized procedures and documentation for HR processes.
  • Lead initiatives to improve overall staff experience and engagement.
  • Work in collaboration with a team of HR generalists, providing guidance, support, and mentorship.
  • Collaborate with HR leadership to develop and implement strategies for staff retention.
  • Conduct regular assessments of turnover and implement initiatives to address retention challenges.
  • Address performance issues and work on improvement plans when necessary.
  • Implement and enforce Fishbeck’s policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with relevant employment laws and regulations.
  • Prepare and present reports on recruitment and retention metrics to firm leaders.
  • Foster a positive and collaborative team culture.
 

Minimum Physical Requirements

Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 

Desired Education/Licensure

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field. HR certification is a plus.
 

Desired Skills/Experience

  • 12+ years of progressive HR experience with a focus on talent acquisition.
  • Proven success in developing and implementing process improvements.
  • Strong knowledge of employment laws and HR technology/ATS systems.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Proven ability to mentor, lead, and develop employees and/or HR professionals.
 

What we offer

Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 

About Fishbeck

Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
 
We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI

Corporate Health and Safety Manager

Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Corporate Health and Safety Manager
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Highly qualified candidates may be considered to work from Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Health and Safety Manager to join firm operations to further develop and administer policies, programs, and ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory standards and regulations. The selected individual will be responsible for driving health and safety continuous improvement initiatives for Fishbeck and will work closely with all levels of stakeholders to reduce risk, promote a culture of safety, and ensure a safe and healthful environment for staff members, clients, and the communities we serve. The position will manage change and provide comprehensive risk assessments and data analysis. Qualified candidates will have a proven record managing time effectively, recognizing and mitigating hazards, and writing, developing, and implementing safety programs.
 
Primary Functions
  • Facilitate, promote, and supply necessary resources and training to appropriate positions to implement safety programs.
  • Manage safety performance for assigned departments/equipment.
  • Lead an effective safety committee to address open items and safety concerns.
  • Audit H&S programs and conduct field/office visits.
  • Safety meeting facilitation
  • Develop site specific safety plans (assessing, writing, training, JSA/JHA)
  • Hold jobsite meetings to instruct staff on hazards and safety procedures unique to the job.
  • Develop/update training programs
  • Work with firm broker to mitigate risk and ensure compliance of OSHA rules, regulations, and best practices.
  • Ensure incident and accident corrective actions are well developed and implemented.
  • Follow proper reporting procedures for internal requirements, regulatory bodies, and insurance programs.
  • Investigate accidents, injuries, and near misses to determine root cause and establish lasting solutions.
  • Perform required training for new hires and existing staff and ensure annual trainings is completed.
  • Work with Human Resources, Facilities, and other firm leadership to implement EHS programs
  • Promote a culture of safety and advocate for Fishbeck’s core values.
  • Maintain EHS training records including, first responders, electrical safety, WWS, lockout tagout, hazard communication, driver/vehicle safety, incident reporting and response, fire extinguishers, hand and power tools, PPE, etc.
  • Maintain the training records, including HAZWOPER and Confined Space. Certify that mandatory training has been completed on a timely basis and is documented. Schedule retraining and license or permit renewals as needed.
  • Perform and document job site inspections/audits. Complete approved jobsite inspection checklist including written summary of conditions on the jobsite including safety hazards or unsafe conditions and how they were abated. Effectively communicate and distribute finished product to management and field personnel. Implement corrective action plans as necessary.
  • Determine appropriate levels and standards for company provided Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
  • Some travel required, including overnight stays, throughout the Midwest Region (MI, OH, IN)
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, walking, and maneuvering around off-site facilities. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to use a computer and phone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Must be able to operate a motor vehicle. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Construction Management, or equivalent experience.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 7+ years of safety experience, at least 5 years managing a structured safety program. Experience in Engineering, Architectural, and Construction services industry strongly desired.
  • In-depth technical knowledge of construction-related OSHA, federal, state, and local regulatory standards, and the ability to recognize hazardous situations and implement effective corrective practices.
  • Health and safety experience within diverse work environments
  • Experience with change management
  • Safety, Environmental, and/or Industrial Hygiene Certification is highly desired (GISP, ASP, CSP, CIH, ARM)
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word)
  • Must be an effective communicator, generate professional written material, understand change management techniques, and deliver effective verbal presentations.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 14 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Civil Field

Inspector / Field Technician- DOT Focus

Macomb, MI Novi, MI Kalamazoo, MI Ann Arbor, MI Indianapolis, IN Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Civil Field Technician
 
Location: Michigan, Ohio, or Indiana Fishbeck offices
 
Primary Responsibilities
Fishbeck is seeking a full-time Civil Field Technician to work in one of our Mid-West offices. The primary duties of this position include field observation and documentation of construction contractors' activities for conformance with contract requirements. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment. This is a great opportunity to get experience on a variety of projects and develop a career in field inspection.
 
Essential Functions
  • Prepare thorough inspector’s daily reports (IDRs) detailing the status of the work, including verification of work completed, item postings and materials associations, and jobsite conditions. Work with office technicians on proper IDR procedures and submit IDRs in a timely manner.
  • Complete and submit required calculations, sketches, and applicable forms, including but not limited to, Inspectors Daily Report of Concrete Placed, Permit to Place, Inspector’s Daily Record of Contract Removal Items, Minimum Wage Rate Interview, Mobility Report, Jobsite Poster Checklist, and Drilled Shaft Inspection Report forms.
  • Verify and document that construction adheres to contract requirements. Communicate with appropriate senior staff on issues of non-compliance.
  • Assist with Requests for Information.
  • Serve as liaison between the contractor and senior technician or engineer to resolve constructability issues or questions.
  • Communicate, as needed and appropriate, with project team and stakeholders including project engineer, senior technician, testing technicians, survey staff, contractors, business owners, and residents.
  • Work closely with senior technicians and engineers to verify and document proper execution of project designs.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education
Associates degree or equivalent experience.
 
Desired Degree
 Associates degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Concrete Technology, or similar, or, equivalent experience.
 
Desired Job Experience
  • 2-5+ years’ experience performing inspection on DOT projects is a plus. Experience performing inspection for municipal or local agency projects is acceptable.
  • Experience with or knowledge of DOT documentation requirements and use of Field Manager/Fieldbook is a plus.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and be available for occasional travel, long hours, and weekends.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, follow direction, and work independently.
  • Experience utilizing Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel is a plus, but not required.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Macomb, MI
Novi, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Indianapolis, IN
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH

Senior Construction Engineer (SE Michigan)

Macomb, MI Detroit, MI

Job Summary
Senior Construction Engineer
 
Location
Southeast Michigan

Job Summary
Fishbeck is pursuing a full-time Senior Civil Engineer to work in our southeast Michigan offices. The primary duty of this engineering position is to be responsible for administration and construction oversight on behalf of our municipal clients for projects of varying size and scope.  This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, demonstrated ability to work with municipalities, government agencies, and the public, and the ability to provide leadership to staff in a project team environment. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment.
 
Primary Functions:
  • Administration and coordination of multiple municipal construction projects.
  • Verify the Contractor’s completed work is in compliance with the contract documents for each project.
  • Schedule and facilitate all necessary project meetings, which may include preconstruction meetings, progress meetings and public meetings, and distribute agendas and meeting minutes for each. 
  • Supervise engineers and technicians performing inspection, administration, and documentation for infrastructure projects from pre-bid meeting to contract close-out.
  • Oversee the generation of all project pay estimates, contract modifications, work orders and other generated documents.
  • Review work produced by project oversight team in both the office and the field and verify the acceptability of the generated documents.
  • Receive and review all certificates of inspections, tests, permits, warranties, and approvals required by the Contract Documents.
  • Ensure the field designed Work is coordinated with the design expressed in the Drawings and Specifications and the Contract Documents
  • Prepare Work Directives, Field Orders, Change Orders, and Bulletins as necessary to ensure the proper performance of the Work and the completion of the Work within the Contract Time.
  • Coordinate, witness, and document equipment start-up, facility commissioning, and testing for individual equipment components and systems and for the entire Work as required per the Contract Documents.
  • Provide technical leadership for complex or unique assignments. 
  • Provide guidance and training to inspection staff.
  • Read and interpret complex contract documents and utilize the information to determine the most appropriate solutions to unforeseen project issues as they arise.
  • Monitor activities of assigned staff for conformance with contractual requirements.
  • Communicate effectively with staff, local agencies, and the general public. 
  • Effectively communicate project status and issues to client and formulate viable solutions.
  • Review and draft responses to Contractors correspondence and claims as required.
  • Monitor the project budget and communicate any issues to the client as soon as they are known so that corrective action can begin.
  • Assist with business development and growth efforts.
  • Manage internal project services contract budgets.
Minimum Physical Requirements
  • Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds of testing equipment or materials.
Desired Education 
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management.
 
Desired Skills/ Experience:
  • PE License in Michigan is preferred.
  • Potential candidates must have 10 or more years of municipal construction experience. Experience working with the City of Detroit, Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, Great Lakes Water Authority, or Oakland/Macomb/Wayne Counties is preferred. Experience with Michigan Department of Transportation is a plus.
  • Prior experience as a Project Engineer or Assistant Project Engineer performing oversight and administration for underground utility, road and/or bridge construction projects.
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to manage projects ranging from local streets to complex urban freeways and structures.
  • The ability to develop innovative solutions and sustain partnerships.
  • The ability to resolve conflicts in a professional manner.
  • Strong teamwork and leadership capabilities.
  • A valid Michigan driver’s license with a good driving record. 
  • Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and view a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Macomb, MI
Detroit, MI

Civil Field Technician - Municipal Focus

Novi, MI Macomb, MI

Job Summary
 Resident Project Representative
 
Location
Novi and Macomb, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a full-time Resident Project Representative to work in our Novi or Macomb, MI offices. The primary duties of this position include field observation for municipal, City of Detroit, Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, Great Lakes Water Authority or Wayne County projects including documentation of construction contractors' activities for conformance with contract requirements. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Prepare daily reports detailing the status of the work, including confirmation of work completed, available resources and jobsite conditions.
  • Document that construction adheres to design requirements.
  • Assist with Requests for Information.
  • Verify and document proper execution of project designs.
  • Identify and assist with resolution of construction issues and/or contractor non-compliance.
  • Communicate with residents, business owners, and municipal client representatives regarding construction progress, questions and issues resolution.
     
Minimum Physical Requirements
Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites and maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education
High School Graduate required. Associates degree or equivalent experience is a plus.
 
Desired Degree
Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management, or Concrete is a plus.
 
Desired Skills/ Experience
  • 7-10+ years’ experience.
  • Experience with or knowledge of municipal construction inspection and documentation is required. Experience with or knowledge of Department of Transportation construction inspection is a plus.
  • Experience with basic survey or knowledge/understanding of introductory survey principals included the use and understanding of construction stakes and cut sheets is preferred.
  • Experience specifically with water main, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer is preferred. Additionally, experience with HMA and concrete pavements is a plus.
  • Experience using Fieldbook is a plus.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and be available for occasional travel, long hours, and weekends.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, interact with the public and with clients/owners, follow direction, and work independently.
  • Experience utilizing Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel is a plus.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
Novi, MI
Macomb, MI

Senior Construction Engineer

Grand Rapids, MI Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH Indianapolis, IN Novi, MI Ann Arbor, MI

Job Summary
Senior Construction Engineer
 
Location 
Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is pursuing a full-time Senior Construction Engineer to work in our Civil Field Department at our Grand Rapids office. The primary duty of this engineering position is to be responsible administration and construction oversight on behalf of our clients for projects of varying size and scope.  This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, demonstrated ability to work with clients and the public, and the ability to provide leadership to staff in a project team environment. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Lead the development of Construction Engineering and Inspection services for the Michigan DOT, Counties and local agencies including obtaining pre-qualifications, identifying opportunities, developing responses to Request for Proposals and staff recruitment.
  • Identify region-specific industry trends for new transportation services for existing services such as road, bridge and traffic design, construction engineering and survey.  Develop strategies for growing Fishbeck’s presence in these service markets.
  • Assist with development and implementation of Fishbeck Transportation/Civil Field related Business Plans in Ohio.
  • Facilitate meetings with ODOT and municipal leadership teams to discuss upcoming projects and provide introduction to Fishbeck’s staff and services.
  • Lead/assist with the pursuit of DOT Program Manager projects and Owner’s Rep Contracts for Design-Build contracts.
  • Identify, pursue, and assist with teaming arrangements on MDOT pursuits. Provide input and coordinate with other consultants and Fishbeck technical leads and marketing staff with preparation of proposals.
  • Technical advisor on larger DOT projects.
  • Attend and represent Fishbeck in professional organizations’ meetings and events (ITS, AASHTO, COMTO, OTEC, Golf Outings, etc.) to develop and maintain Fishbeck client relationships. Lead efforts to expand Fishbeck involvement into new professional organizations where appropriate.
  • Leverage relationships to develop municipal and private projects (non-DOT) with new and existing clients.
  • Assist with recruiting new staff for all Fishbeck’s Transportation/Civil Field services.
  • Supervise engineers and technicians performing inspection, administration, and documentation for infrastructure projects from pre-bid meeting to contract close-out.
  • Provide technical leadership for complex or unique assignments. 
  • Provide guidance and training to inspection staff. Read and interpret complex contract documents and utilize the information to determine the most appropriate solutions to unforeseen project issues as they arise.
  • Monitor activities of assigned staff for conformance with contractual requirements.
  • Manage internal project services contract budgets.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
  • Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds of testing equipment or materials.
 
 
Desired Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE License in Michigan is required.
  • Potential candidates must have 10 or more years of MDOT or heavy highway and/or bridge construction experience.  Prior experience as a Project Engineer or Assistant Project Engineer performing oversight and administration for road and/or bridge construction projects.
  • Knowledge of transportation engineering from the design stage through final construction.
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to manage projects ranging from local streets to complex urban freeways and structures.
  • The ability to develop innovative solutions and sustain partnerships.
  • The ability to resolve conflicts in a professional manner.
  • Strong teamwork and leadership capabilities.
  • A valid Ohio driver’s license with a good driving record. 
  • Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and view a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Indianapolis, IN
Novi, MI
Ann Arbor, MI

Senior Civil Field Technician

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Civil Senior Civil Field Technician 
 
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a full-time Senior Civil Field Technician to join our Grand Rapids office. The primary duties of this position include field observation and documentation of MDOT and local agency road and bridge construction contractor activities for conformance with contract requirements. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment.

Primary Functions
  • Prepare daily reports detailing the status of the work, including confirmation of work completed, available resources and jobsite conditions.
  • Oversee the documentation of construction ensuring it adheres to contract requirements.
  • Assists project engineer with Requests for Information, review of project schedules, and review of potential claims and extras. Oversee and provide guidance and direction to other field inspection staff working on assigned projects.
  • Coordinate required inspection and testing services on a daily basis for projects assigned.
  • Assure all inspectors assigned to projects are following all application (FTCH and project owner) documentation, inspection, testing and safety policies.
  • Minimum Physical Requirements
  • Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and view a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.

Desired Education
Associates degree in Civil Engineering Technology/Construction, or equivalent experience

Desired Skills/ Experience
  • AS degree in civil engineering technology or construction preferred.
  • Experience with or knowledge of Field Manager/Fieldbook is a plus.
  • Familiar with standard MDOT policies and procedures for construction.
  • Certified Stormwater Operator and Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Training Certifications a plus.
  • Material Testing Certifications a plus.
  • Must have at least 10 years of experience involving field inspection and at least 1 year of experience involving the oversight of staff.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and be available for occasional travel, long hours, and weekends.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and work independently.
  • Experience utilizing Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel is required.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  •  {C}401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!

 About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 14 regional offices and more than 450 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Grand Rapids, MI

Civil Field Technician

Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Civil Field Technician
 
Location
Dayton, OH
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a full-time Civil Field Technician to work in our Dayton, Ohio office. The primary duties of this position include field observation and documentation of construction contractors' activities for conformance with contract requirements. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment. This is a great opportunity to get experience on a variety of projects and develop a career in field inspection.
 
Primary Functions
  • Prepare thorough inspector’s daily reports (IDRs) detailing the status of the work, including verification of work completed, item postings and materials associations, and jobsite conditions. Work with Documentation Clerk on proper IDR procedures and submit IDRs in a timely manner.
  • Complete and submit required calculations, sketches, and applicable forms, including but not limited to, Inspectors Daily Report of Concrete Placed, Permit to Place, Inspector’s Daily Record of Contract Removal Items, Minimum Wage Rate Interview, Mobility Report, Jobsite Poster Checklist, and Drilled Shaft Inspection Report forms.
  • Verify and document that construction adheres to contract requirements. Communicate with appropriate senior staff and contractor’s personnel on issues of non-compliance
  • Assist with Requests for Information.
  • Serve as liaison between the contractor and senior technician or engineer to resolve constructability issues or questions.
  • Communicate, as needed and appropriate, with project team and stakeholders including project engineer, senior technician, testing technicians, survey staff, contractors, business owners, and residents.
  • Work closely with senior technicians and engineers to verify and document proper execution of project designs.
  • Perform material sampling and testing on applicable materials.  May include soil sampling, compaction testing, concrete testing, etc.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
Desired Education
Associates degree or equivalent experience.
 
Desired Degree
 Associates degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Concrete Technology, or similar, or equivalent experience.  In lieu of degree, previous Odot/Municipal Experience and/or NICET certification.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 18 months +of construction project technical experience. INDOT experience a plus. Experience performing inspection for municipal or local agency projects is acceptable.
  • ODOT prequalification’s for Project Inspector, Structure Inspector, Coatings Inspector, Signal and Lighting Inspector or Soils and Aggregate Inspector  a plus.
  • Experience with or knowledge of DOT documentation requirements and use of Mobile Inspector and site manager is a plus.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and be available for occasional travel, long hours, and weekends.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, follow direction, and work independently.
  • Experience utilizing Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel is a plus, but not required.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fischbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH

Construction Engineer

Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Construction Engineer
 
Location
Dayton, OH
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Construction Engineer to work in our Dayton, Ohio office apart of our Civil Field Department. The primary duty of this position is to assist senior engineering staff in the administration and oversight of construction projects for the ODOT, INDOT, Local Agency, and municipal clients. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and ability to assist staff in a project team environment. Applicant must be willing to travel and work in an outdoor environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Assist with project administration, construction oversight, and coordination for construction projects of varying size and scope, including but not limited to highway and bridge rehabilitation and reconstruction projects.
  • Verify the contractor’s completed work complies with the contract documents for assigned projects.
  • Assist the project engineer in oversight of technicians for inspection, administration, and documentation of infrastructure projects from pre-bid meetings to contract close-out.
  • Review work produced by the project oversight team in both the office and the field and verify the acceptability of the generated documents.
  • Provide guidance and training to inspection staff.
  • Communicate effectively with client representatives, staff, local agencies, and the general public. 
  • Effectively communicate project status and issues to the project engineer.
  • Assist in drafting of responses to contractor correspondence, claims, and RFIs as needed and appropriate.
  • Assist in reviewing contractor submittals.
  • Assist with construction progress meeting minutes.
  • Learn and assist in duties associated with developing responses to client Requests for Proposals.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Ability to stand and sit as needed on project sites. Ability to drive a motor vehicle to reach work sites; ability to maneuver project sites with uneven terrain. Ability to read materials, both printed and on a computer, smart phone or tablet screen; and hearing and speech to communicate. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Technology/Construction Management
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Potential candidates must have 1 or more years of ODOT or INDOT, or heavy highway and/or bridge construction experience, or knowledge of field inspection and construction oversight procedures.  Significant field experience a plus.
  • The ability to resolve conflicts in a professional manner.
  • Strong teamwork and leadership capabilities.
  • A valid Ohio driver’s license with a good driving record.
  • Experience with ODOT, INDOT and Local Agency / municipal projects.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Engineering Technology or Construction Management.
  • EIT in Ohio with the ability and intent to obtain a PE license.
  • ODOT prequalification as Construction Engineer Level 1 or able to obtain this prequalification.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Indianapolis, IN

Mechanical Engineering

Revit Mechanical Designer/ Technician

Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Revit Mechanical Designer/Technician
 
Location
Cincinnati, OH, Grand Rapids, MI, and Novi MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an entry-level or experienced Revit Technician to join our mechanical department. The technician will work on various sized projects under the guidance of a lead engineer or project manager. Qualified candidates should have the ability to prepare mechanical drawings from a graphics standpoint and aid with mechanical design.
 
Primary Functions
  • Work closely with lead mechanical engineers to prepare mechanical 2D and 3D layouts and design drawings that meet client, Fishbeck, and industry standards.
  • Set up models and drawings, manage graphics associated with project deliverables, and coordinate the printing/plotting document distribution process.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary and multi-office teams within Fishbeck and with other consultants to complete projects on schedule and within budget.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Associate’s degree in Drafting or Engineering Technology
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Experience working within Revit.  
  • Previous experience with mechanical design and drafting.
  • Strong communication skills.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Cincinnati, OH

Architectural

Senior Project Manager

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Project Manager
 
*Along with your resume, please include work examples as well*

Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Senior Project Manager to join our growing Architectural Department. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in planning and leading medium to large scale projects.  This position includes the opportunity to get involved with a variety of project types, with a focus on the higher education, R&D, workplace and civic/municipal markets.
 
Primary Functions
  • Assist market leader with developing fees, project work plans and schedules for proposals.
  • Negotiate and execute contracts with client and subconsultants.
  • Manage client relationship through project development and execution.
  • Collaborate with the design team during programming and conceptual phases.
  • Supervise the technical team during preparation of design development and construction documents.
  • Lead the coordination of in-house engineers and outside consultants.
  • Develop front-end specifications with input from the client.
  • Oversee construction administration and closeout efforts by the team.
  • Serve as project manager/project architect if required for as-needed work with key clients.
  • Assist with departmental duties including quality control reviews, reviewing technical standards, and mentoring of junior architectural staff.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, visual acuity to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. 
 
Desired Education
Master of Architecture or Bachelor of Architecture Degree from an accredited university.
 
Desired Skills/ Experience
  • 15+ years of experience, preferred.
  • Licensure preferred.
  • Experience in BST, Deltek or similar project planning and budgeting software.
  • Knowledge of Revit, AutoCAD and BSD Spec Link is a bonus.
  • Must possess good written and verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills.
  • Very detail-oriented, self-motivated, enthusiastic, and flexible.
  • Ability to work well with others under demanding deadline situations.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. 
Grand Rapids, MI

Senior Project Architect

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Project Architect
 
*Along with your resume, please include work examples as well*

Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Senior Project Architect to join our growing Architectural Department. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in leading the technical development of medium to large scale projects.  This position includes the opportunity to get involved with a variety of project types, with a focus on the higher education, R&D, workplace and civic/municipal.
 
Primary Functions
  • Assist the Project Manager in developing project work plans and schedules.
  • Collaborate with the design team during programming and conceptual phases.
  • Lead the technical team in preparing design development and construction documents.
  • Coordinate with in-house engineers and outside consultants.
  • Develop architectural technical specifications.
  • Lead construction administration effort including observation, RFI and submittal review.
  • Serve as project manager on small to medium projects if required.
  • Assist with departmental duties such as updating technical standards and mentoring of junior architectural staff.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, visual acuity to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. 
 
Desired Education
Master of Architecture or Bachelor of Architecture Degree from an accredited university.
 
Desired Skills/ Experience
  • 10+ years of experience, preferred.
  • Licensure preferred.
  • Experienced in developing projects using Revit.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and BSD Spec Link is a bonus.
  • Must possess good written and verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills.
  • Very detail-oriented, self-motivated, enthusiastic, and flexible.
  • Ability to work well with others under demanding deadline situations.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. 
Grand Rapids, MI

Senior Industrial Architect

Grand Rapids, MI Cincinnati, OH Novi, MI

Job Summary
Senior Industrial Architect

Location
Grand Rapids or Novi, MI, Cincinnati, OH
(Novi is preferred)
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Senior Industrial Architect to join our growing Industrial team. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in planning and leading medium to large scale projects.  This position includes the opportunity to get involved with a variety of industrial, warehouse and distribution facilities.
 
Primary Functions
  • Develop proposals, project work plans and schedules in collaboration with marketing director.
  • Negotiate and execute contracts with client and subconsultants.
  • Manage client relationship through project development and execution.
  • Lead the technical team in preparing design development and construction documents.
  • Coordinate with in-house engineers and outside consultants.
  • Develop front-end and technical specifications.
  • Oversee project through construction administration.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, visual acuity to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. 
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Architecture or Engineering from an accredited university.
 
Desired Skills/ Experience
  • 10+ years of experience, preferred.
  • Licensure preferred in Michigan with potential to get licensed in Ohio.
  • Knowledge of IBC and NFPA codes applicable to the industrial and manufacturing sector.
  • Experienced in developing projects using Revit.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and BSD Spec Link is a bonus.
  • Must possess good written and verbal communication skills, and strong organizational skills.
  • Very detail-oriented, self-motivated, enthusiastic, and flexible.
  • Ability to work well with others under demanding deadline situations.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 14 regional offices and more than 450 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

 
We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. 
Grand Rapids, MI
Cincinnati, OH
Novi, MI

Electrical Engineering

BIM/Revit/AutoCAD Electrical Designer/Technician

Cincinnati, OH Grand Rapids, MI Novi, MI

Job Summary
BIM/Revit/AutoCAD Electrical Designer/Technician
 
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
                  Novi, MI
                  Cincinnati, OH
             
Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented BIM/Revit/AutoCAD designer/technician in our Electrical Department. The successful applicant will have the option to work from Grand Rapids, MI, Novi, MI, or Cincinnati, OH. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to detail, excellent organization and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Work closely with technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in providing consulting services for electrical, lighting, and building systems design for municipal, water/wastewater, university, industrial, retail, and commercial facilities.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary and multi-office teams within Fishbeck and with other consultants to complete projects on schedule and within budget.
  • Set up models and drawings, manage graphics associated with project deliverables, and coordinate the printing/plotting document distribution process.
  • Assist others, as necessary, to maintain and update department standards, details, and associated graphics related to BIM/Revit and AutoCAD.
  • Learn future software upgrades and continue to refine personal and professional skill sets.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities
 
Desired Education
Associates Degree or Equivalent Experience
 
Desired Major
Technical courses in Revit or AutoCAD products
 
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 2+ years of relevant experience in producing electrical drawings using Revit/BIM and AutoCAD.
  • Interest in design and coordinating with multiple departments to complete a multidiscipline project.
  • Experience with Navisworks and Bluebeam is beneficial.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 650 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Cincinnati, OH
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI

Electrical Engineer

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Electrical Engineer
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Job Summary
 Fishbeck has an immediate full-time opening for a detail-oriented Electrical Engineer in our Grand Rapids office. The candidate should have a  minimum of 5 years of  experience designing power distribution, lighting, fire alarm,  security, access control, network, and instrumentation and control systems for industrial, municipal, healthcare, commercial,  retail, and educational clients. This position involves hands-on development of construction documents (calculations,  drawings, and specifications), data gathering via field investigations, client  interaction, and construction administration services.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Will have normal office working conditions and be required to use a computer. Must be able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation  purposes. Must be able to travel and maneuver around project sites to attend client  and project meetings. Must be able to access project sites for observation,  investigation, and evaluation. Must possess visual acuity to perform responsibilities. Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking.
 
  Desired  Education
 Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE or equivalent)
 
Desired Job Experience
  • Knowledge of the Architectural/Engineering (A/E) consulting business.
  • Experience designing electrical systems for water and wastewater facilities.
  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE) or working towards licensure.
  • Familiarity with the National Electrical Code, International Building Codes, and Energy Codes.
  • Proficient with AutoCAD, Revit MEP, Design Master Electrical, Microsoft Office products, Easy Power arc flash hazard analysis software, and lighting design software.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI

Senior Electrical Engineer

Cincinnati, OH Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Electrical Engineer
 
Location 
Any Fishbeck office
 
Job Summary
 Fishbeck has an immediate full-time opening for a detail-oriented Senior Electrical Engineer in any Fishbeck office. The candidate should have a  minimum of 10 years of  experience designing power distribution, lighting, fire alarm,  security, access control, network, and instrumentation and control systems for industrial, municipal, healthcare, commercial,  retail, and educational clients. This position involves hands-on development of construction documents (calculations,  drawings, and specifications), supervising other electrical engineers and designers, data gathering via field investigations, client  interaction, and construction administration services.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Will have normal office working conditions and be required to use a computer. Must be able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation  purposes. Must be able to travel and maneuver around project sites to attend client  and project meetings. Must be able to access project sites for observation,  investigation, and evaluation. Must possess visual acuity to perform responsibilities. Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking.
 
 Desired  Education
 Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE or equivalent)
 
Desired Job Experience
  • Knowledge of the Architectural/Engineering (A/E) consulting business.
  • Experience designing electrical systems for water and wastewater facilities.
  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE) or working towards licensure.
  • Familiarity with the National Electrical Code, International Building Codes, and Energy Codes.
  • Proficient with AutoCAD, Revit MEP, Design Master Electrical, Microsoft Office products, Easy Power arc flash hazard analysis software, and lighting design software.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Cincinnati, OH
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Environmental Management

Environmental Engineer, Chemical Engineer, or Scientist

Job Summary
Environmental Engineer, Chemical Engineer, or Scientist
 
Location
Ann Arbor, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Novi, MI

Job Summary
Are you interested in working on exciting air quality, sustainability, or environmental compliance projects? As an Environmental Engineer, Chemical Engineer, or Scientist with Fishbeck’s Environmental Management Department, you will be working on a variety of industrial client projects providing regulatory assistance, preparing permit applications, conducting site evaluations, and writing detailed reports. You will work alongside industry leaders and government agencies to assess environmental impacts, help clients to maintain compliance, fulfill regulatory oversight of projects and propose creative solutions for sustainable operations. Qualified candidates have the flexibility to work from one of Fishbeck’s many Michigan based offices, including Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, and Novi.
 
Primary Functions
  • Air emission inventories, air emission records review and development, regulatory and compliance reviews.
  • Familiarity with routine record keeping and reporting required by EHS Managers to comply with environmental permits.
  • Develop Greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories, including GHG emissions calculations and reports.
  • Develop innovative plans to assist clients in achieving zero waste to landfill and other sustainability related goals.
  • Prepare and submit regulatory permit applications and reports.
  • Perform visible emission readings, conduct waste inspections, and collect and assess storm water samples.
  • Interpret collected data and environmental records to aide in reporting.
  • Create environmental plans including SPCC Plans, PIPPs, HWCPs, and SWPPPs.
  • Provide on-site regulatory assistance at industrial facilities.
  • Build and maintain trusted relationships with new and existing clients.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Common office tasks involve sitting, standing, walking, using a personal computer, and communicating verbally. Most work is conducted indoors with occasional project site visits. Lifting up to 50 pounds, maneuvering outdoors, using technical data collection equipment is necessary at times. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites and meetings with clients. Travel for field work or work at client sites depending on client needs or requirements. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s in Environmental or Chemical Engineering, Environmental Science, Sustainability, or related field. A minor in Sustainability, a plus.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 5+ years of experience in environmental compliance (such as in consulting, environmental health and safety (EHS) management, or with an environmental regulatory agency.)
  • Experience preparing various environmental reports and other regulatory agency documents.
  • Working knowledge of environmental compliance and regulations.
  • Insight into developing and maintaining client relationships.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills, especially with generating proposals and reports.
  • Experience in Microsoft Excel, generating formulas and calculations.
  • Time management, ability to handle multiple tasks, with attention to detail, accuracy and completeness.
  • Technical and problem-solving skills.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Novi, MI

Industrial Hygienist

Indianapolis, IN Toledo, OH Novi, MI Kalamazoo, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Industrial Hygienist
 
Location
May have the ability to work from one of Fishbeck's many offices, including:
Grand Rapids, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Novi, MI
Toledo, OH
Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) to support our occupational health and safety services in Michigan, and growth opportunities in Ohio and Indiana. This individual will perform technical industrial hygiene activities, including monitoring, investigating, training, and reporting worker safety concerns and abatement techniques for residential, industrial, and commercial clients. Join a team dedicated to client safety and satisfaction, while embarking on a fulfilling career with a growing, employee-owned company.
 
Primary Functions
  • Conduct site investigations and exposure assessments to identify potential chemical and biological hazards to worker and workplace safety, including sampling for various volatile organic compounds, silica, noise, and more.
  • Lead occupational health and safety audits to identify current or future risks to worker safety.
  • Prepare reports and other client deliverables while managing priorities and multiple deadlines.
  • Respond to client emergency requests to mitigate safety concerns, sometimes outside of regular business hours.
  • Inspect, analyze, and provide ongoing monitoring of health and safety concerns at client sites.
  • Organize and conduct trainings of Health and Safety Plans (HASP).
  • Manage projects to ensure budgets and deadlines are followed.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Will have normal office working conditions and be required to use a computer. Project locations could include heightened noise level, air quality issues, working near moving parts, and occasional exposure to outside weather conditions. While performing duties of this job, the staff member is regularly required to sit, stand, reach, crouch, walk, climb, lift over 40 pounds, and use conventional sampling tools and equipment, while providing health and safety consulting services to a wide variety of clients. Job activities will require the use of respiratory and other personal protective equipment.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health and Safety, Engineering, Environmental Science, or related program. Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or ability to obtain certification in a reasonable timeframe.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 5+ years of experience in industrial hygiene or occupational health and safety, including personal air monitoring per developed standards (NIOSH & OSHA), job safety analysis regarding worker exposures, and providing remediation recommendations when necessary.
  • Experience in mold assessments including bioaerosol sampling and remediation recommendations/protocols.
  • Experience in developing, reviewing, and writing health and safety plans.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, specifically relaying technical information.
  • Organized with strong attention to detail.
  • OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER certified.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
  • Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to meet client needs, which may include early morning, evening, and weekend, or out of town projects.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Indianapolis, IN
Toledo, OH
Novi, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Industrial Hygiene Technician

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Industrial Hygiene Technician
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an Industrial Hygiene Technician to support our growing occupational health and safety services in West Michigan. This individual will perform technical industrial hygiene activities, including monitoring, investigating, training, and reporting worker safety concerns and abatement techniques for residential, industrial, and commercial clients. Join a team dedicated to client safety and satisfaction, while embarking on a fulfilling career with a growing, employee-owned company.
 
Primary Functions
  • Conduct site investigations and exposure assessments to identify potential chemical and biological hazards to worker and workplace safety, including sampling for various volatile organic compounds, silica, noise, and more.
  • Assist in occupational health and safety audits to identify current or future risks to worker safety.
  • Prepare reports and other client deliverables while managing priorities and multiple deadlines.
  • Respond to client emergency requests to mitigate safety concerns, sometimes outside of regular business hours.
  • Inspect, analyze, and provide ongoing monitoring of health and safety concerns at client sites.
  • Organize and conduct trainings of Health and Safety Plans (HASP).
  • Support project managers in ensuring budgets and deadlines are followed.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Will have normal office working conditions and be required to use a computer. Project locations could include heightened noise level, air quality issues, working near moving parts, and occasional exposure to outside weather conditions. While performing duties of this job, the staff member is regularly required to sit, stand, reach, crouch, walk, climb, lift over 40 pounds, and use conventional sampling tools and equipment, while providing health and safety consulting services to a wide variety of clients. Job activities will require the use of respiratory and other personal protective equipment.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health and Safety, Engineering, Environmental Science, or other similarly related program or relevant experience.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 2+ years of experience in industrial hygiene or occupational health and safety, including personal air monitoring per developed standards (NIOSH & OSHA), job safety analysis regarding worker exposures, and providing remediation recommendations when necessary.
  • Experience in mold assessments including bioaerosol sampling and remediation recommendations/protocols.
  • Experience in contributing to health and safety plans.
  • Confident verbal and written communication skills, specifically relaying technical information.
  • Organized with strong attention to detail.
  • OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER certified.
  • Ability to or interest in obtaining a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) certification a plus.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
  • Must be able to work within a flexible schedule to meet client needs, which may include early morning, evening, and weekend, or out of town projects.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Grand Rapids, MI

Municipal

Staff Civil Engineer

Novi, MI Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Staff Civil Engineer (Municipal)
 
Location: Lansing, MI
Novi, MI
 
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking talented Civil Engineers to work on municipal projects in our Grand Rapids or Novi, MI offices. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, organization, and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide a variety of learning and development experience for the right candidate. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, execute CAD drafting, and prepare reports.
  • Work with engineers to plan and design for water main, sanitary sewer, and road projects for local municipalities.
  • Work closely with other technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to provide utility and drainage design and other related engineering services, mainly for local municipalities.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, or Biosystems Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Successfully passed FE (EIT) Exam.
  • 1+ years’ experience preferred.
  • Relevant internship, co-op, or field inspection experience is desired.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil 3D software.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Lansing, MI

Civil Engineer (Municipal)

Job Summary
Civil Engineer (Municipal)
Location: Toledo, OH
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a creative and talented Civil Engineer in our Toledo, OH office to help service our municipal clients. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 4 years of professional exprience working with communities from design through construction on a broad range of municipal projects. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellend planning and communication skills and the ability to work independently and with other staff in a project team environment. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Plan and design for water main, sanitary and storm sewer, and road projects for local municipalities. 
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, execute CAD drafting, and prepare reports.
  • Specify project-specific technical specifications, standard construction drawings, and Maintenance of Traffic.
  • Assist in Bidding and Construction Phase Services on municipal projects including RFIs, shop drawing review, and as-built drawings.
  • Work closely with other technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in providing consulting engineering services from state and private universities, municipalities, and local development clients.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-discipline and multi-office environment. 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities. 
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Successfully passed FE (EIT) Exam.
  • Licensed PE is a plus. 
  • 4+ years of experience with the design of water main, sanitary sewer, and road projects.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil 3D software.
  • Experience with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Construction and Material Specifications and ODOT's Local Agency Program is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we're 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employeees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck's services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
Fishbeck is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. 
Toledo, OH

Senior Civil Engineer/Project Manager

Lansing, MI Grand Rapids, MI Novi, MI Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Senior Civil Engineer/Project Manager 
 
Primary Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
Lansing, MI
Cincinnati, OH
Dayton, OH
 

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an experienced Senior Engineer/Project Manager to join our team in the Grand Rapids, Lansing, or Novi, MI office and Cincinnati or Dayton, OH to service municipal clients located in each area. The qualified candidate will be a licensed engineer and have a minimum of 10 years of professional experience working with communities from design through construction on a broad range of municipal projects. This opportunity is best suited for candidates who possess a strong technical background, a proven record of client interaction, and the ability to plan and manage design and construction engineering efforts.  The position requires a person who is thorough, self-directed and has sound interpersonal skills to build and maintain professional relationships at all organizational levels. Candidates who have the ambition to take on a role in business development and marketing in the near future, are desired. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Develop proposals, permits, project plans, and schedules.
  • Manage the design, development, and implementation of projects.
  • Represent clients at public meetings, perform contract negotiation and administration, and project budgeting.
  • Providing design direction for less experienced staff and assisting to develop and provide technical mentorship.
  • Design of municipal public works and utility projects, construction contract administration, project management, and client contact.
  • Plan and design for water main, sanitary sewer, and road projects for local municipalities. 
  • Perform design calculations, quanitfy bid items, develop cost estimates, budgesting and prepare reports. 
  • Work closely with marketing and technical staff to assist in proposal writing. 
  • Interact daily with staff in a multi-office environment. 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Licensed PE (MI PE preferred or able to acquire via reciprocity within 6 months).
  • 10+ years of civil/municipal experience working with local governments.
  • Strong public presentation and solid written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience utilizing AutoCAD and Civil3D for bidding document preparation.
  • Previous project management and client liaison experience and a strong ambition to step into that role.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Lansing, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH

Staff Civil Engineer (Water Resources)

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Staff Civil Engineer (Water Resources)
 
LocationGrand Rapids or Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Civil Engineer to work with our water resource team in our Grand Rapids or Novi office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, organization, and communication skills and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. These positions will provide a variety of learning and development experience for the right candidate.
 
Primary Functions
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, execute Civil3D drafting and prepare reports.
  • Plan and design stormwater and floodplain projects, including site layout, grading, stormwater management, and utilities while working with multi-discipline teams.
  • Work closely with other technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to provide utility and drainage design and other related engineering services, mainly for Drain Commissioners, local municipalities, Universities, non-profit group, and Tribal Communities.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. May perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Successfully passed FE (EIT) Exam.
  • Strong interest in stormwater/floodplain management.
  • Civil 3D and ArcGIS experience.
  • Hydrologic/hydraulic modeling experience in programs including HEC-RAS, EPA SWMM, WINTR-55.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI

Municipal/Site Engineer

Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Municipal/Site Engineer
 
Location
Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Civil Engineer to join our team in our Lansing, MI office to help serve municipal, university and commercial clients. Qualified candidates will have experience working with clients from design through construction on a broad range of municipal reconstruction and site development projects. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work independently or with a project team, and will be an active participant in their career.
 
Primary Functions
  • Plan and design for water main, sanitary and storm sewer and road projects for local municipalities and universities.
  • Plan and design for a variety of site development projects and clients, including direct engineering for client projects and supporting other Fishbeck departments with Civil engineering on their project needs.
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, execute CAD drafting, and prepare reports.
  • Manage projects and project teams for a variety of site development projects and clients. Manage projects from the beginning of the due diligence process, through the approvals and permitting, final design and construction phases.
  • Work closely with other technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in providing consulting engineering services from state and private universities, municipalities, and local development clients.
  • Work closely with marketing and technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in winning consulting services from universities, national retailers, municipalities, and local development clients. Existing relationships and contacts with these client types is a plus.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Professional Engineering license preferred.
  • 5+ years’ experience
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil 3D software.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills.
  • Proposal skills including scope development, organizing team, estimating level of effort, editing, and reviewing.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Lansing, MI

Civil Engineer

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Civil Engineer (Municipal)
 
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a creative and talented Civil Engineer for employment in our Grand Rapids, MI office to service municipal clients. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 4 years of professional experience working with communities from design through construction on a broad range of municipal projects. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work independently and with other staff in a project team environment. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Plan and design for water main, sanitary and storm sewer, and road projects for local municipalities.
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, execute CAD drafting, and prepare reports.
  • Edit project-specific technical specifications including Progress Clauses and Maintenance of Traffic. 
  • Assist in Construction Engineering on municipal projects including RFIs, submittal review, handling contractor pay applications, leading progress meetings, and project punch list walkthroughs.
  • Work closely with other technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in providing consulting engineering services from state and private universities, municipalities, and local development clients.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Successfully passed FE (EIT) Exam.
  • Licensed PE is a plus.
  • 4+ years' experience with the design of water main, sanitary sewer, and road projects.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD and Civil 3D software.
  • Experience with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Standard Specification for Construction and MDOTs Local Agency Program a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Grand Rapids, MI

Transportation

Senior Bridge Engineer/Project Manager

Grand Rapids, MI Lansing, MI Novi, MI

Job Summary
Senior Bridge Engineer/Project Manager
 
Location: Grand Rapids, Lansing, or Novi, MI

Job Summary
This leadership position in the Transportation Department will routinely interact with the Transportation Director, Team Leaders, and other senior leaders at Fishbeck.  Opportunities for internal growth and ownership in the firm are anticipated in this role. The Transportation Department is one of the largest departments at Fishbeck with over 80 employees, operations in 3 States, and annual sales of $24 million. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Manage existing bridge projects in the pipeline and ensure complete and timely submittals to the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and other agencies. Provide mentorship and guidance to bridge engineers during plan development.
  • Provide supervision, administration, engineering, and training bridge design engineers who are responsible for the design and preparation of contract plans and specifications for highway bridges, railroad bridges, pedestrian bridges, culverts, retaining walls, noise walls, and other related structures as well as providing design assistance during construction.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with MDOT bridge squad leaders, support leaders (MDOT Geotechnical, Hydraulics, Environmental, etc.), and regions to obtain information on upcoming bridge projects to position Fishbeck in a favorable position for the pursuit.
  • Develop relationships with other consultants and teaming partners. Provide input in teaming arrangements for pursuits.
  • Work with our marketing operations team, Fishbeck staff, and other consultants to lead proposals for MDOT and other agencies. Once selected for a project, develop Fishbeck’s priced proposal in accordance with MDOT and other owners’ guidelines.
  • Other responsibilities may include:
    • Assist with bridge design marketing activities and development and implementation of the Fishbeck Bridge/Transportation Business Plan.
    • Develop/Position/Lead Fishbeck for MDOT Program Manager projects and Owner’s Rep Design-Build Contracts.
    • Attend and represent Fishbeck in professional organizations’ meetings and events (American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), MDOT/ACEC Partnering Conference, MDOT/ACEC Bridge Committee, Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO), MDOT Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Conference, Golf Outings, etc.) to develop and maintain Fishbeck client relationships.
    • Leverage relationships to develop municipal and private projects (non-DOT) with new and existing clients.
  • Assist with recruiting new staff for all of Fishbeck’s transportation services.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
 Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license required.
  • 15 + years of experience in related bridge engineering positions working on MDOT and LAP projects. 
  • Experience with AASHTO LRFD and LFD Bridge Design Specifications are required.
  • Microstation, AutoCAD/Civil 3D software, and other design modeling software experience is a plus.
  • Experience leading a design team and mentoring junior engineers.
  • Thorough understanding of the MDOT Bridge Design Manual and Guides, Standard Specifications for Construction, and project development process required by MDOT and other Local Public Agencies
  • Ability to lead a multi-discipline bridge design project.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier full-service professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Novi, MI

Bridge Engineer

Lansing, MI Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Bridge Engineer

Location: Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is currently initiating a search for a talented, ambitious Bridge Engineer for employment in our Lansing, MI office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, the capability of being self-sufficient, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate with an opportunity to work on exciting projects and grow along with the Michigan team.

Responsibilities
  • Leading our Bridge inspection and scoping effort in Michigan.
  • Work with experienced professional engineers on assignments related to bridge design, analysis, calculations, plan preparation, and load rating.
  • Design engineer on bridge or retaining wall-related projects.
  • Assist in developing budgets, schedules, and reports.
  • Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other Fishbeck technical staff from various disciplines to provide bridge design and other consulting engineering services, mainly for MDOT and local municipalities.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use the equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor of Science

Desired Major
Civil Engineering

Desired Skills/Experience
  • Minimum Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
  • PE license in the state of Michigan Preferred
  • Completed the two-week FHWA Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges course.
  • 5+ years of professional work experience.
  • Bridge design experience with working knowledge of AASHTO LRFD and LFD Bridge Design Specifications is a plus.
  • Preferred knowledge of MDOT bridge standards and guidelines.
  • Meet MDOT qualifications identified as Qualified Team Leader (QTL).
  • Knowledge of MicroStation and bridge design software.
  • Experience with bridge inspection and load ratings required.
  • Experience with MiBridge and MDOT’s Bridge Management and Inspection System.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil 3D software is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and verbal communication skills are a must.
What We Offer
  • Competitive pay.
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Reimbursement for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. With the technical capabilities and understanding to take even the largest projects from initial concept to completion, we are a hands-on, design-oriented practice at heart. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Lansing, MI
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Transportation Engineer (Roadway)

Novi, MI Lansing, MI Canton, MI Indianapolis, IN Dayton, OH Columbus, OH Cincinnati, OH Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Transportation Engineer (Roadway)

Location: Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Transportation Engineer to work in our Novi, MI office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, organization, and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment.

Primary Functions
  • Lead plan production efforts for transportation projects using MicroStation/Geopak and/or AutoCAD/Civil 3D.
  • Interact with our clients; MDOT, local agencies, other consulting companies, and contractors.
  • Assist in developing project budgets/schedules.
  • Assist in developing technical proposals.
  • Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other technical staff internally with Fishbeck and with peers in the industry to provide transportation design and consulting engineering services, primarily for MDOT and local municipalities.
  • Prepare quantities and construction cost estimates for bidding.

Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. May perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is occasionally required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor of Science

Desired Major
Civil Engineering

Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license required.
  • 5-9+ plus years of experience in related roadway engineering positions working on MDOT or Local Agency projects.
  • Knowledge of MicroStation/Geopak software is required.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/ Civil 3D software and other design modeling software is a plus.
  • Knowledge of HEC-RAS, HY8, and StormCAD is a plus.
  • Experience with storm sewer drainage design, pavement markings, signing plans, and maintenance of traffic plans is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills are a must.

What We Offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Novi, MI
Lansing, MI
Canton, MI
Indianapolis, IN
Dayton, OH
Columbus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Toledo, OH

Senior Transportation Engineer (Roadway)

Grand Rapids, MI Lansing, MI Indianapolis, IN Novi, MI

Job Summary
Senior Transportation Engineer (Roadway)

Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Transportation/Highway Engineer for employment in our Grand Rapids, MI office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate an opportunity to lead and mentor transportation staff, work on exciting projects, and grow with Fishbeck.

Primary Functions
  • Lead plan production efforts for road and freeway design projects using MicroStation/Geopak and/or AutoCAD/Civil 3D.
  • Interact with internal and external clients; MDOT, local agencies, other consulting companies, and contractors.
  • Assist in developing project budgets/schedules and technical proposals.
  • Demonstrate engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other technical staff and peers in the industry to provide transportation design and consulting engineering services, primarily for MDOT and local municipalities.
  • Prepare quantities and construction cost estimates for bidding.

Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from project or client sites is required. Ability to use the equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor of Science

Desired Major
Civil Engineering

Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license required.
  • 10 + plus years of experience in related roadway engineering positions working on MDOT and Local Agency projects.
  • Proficiency in MicroStation/Geopak software is required.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/ Civil 3D software and other design modeling software is a plus.
  • Knowledge of HEC-RAS, HY8, and StormCAD is a plus.
  • Experience with storm sewer drainage design, pavement markings, signing plans, and maintenance of traffic plans.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills are required.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Indianapolis, IN
Novi, MI

Transportation (Roadway) Engineer

Job Summary
Transportation (Roadway) Engineer
 
Novi, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Roadway Engineer for employment in our Novi, MI office. The role requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate with an opportunity to work on exciting projects and grow with Fishbeck.
 
Primary Functions
  • Lead plan production for transportation projects using MicroStation/OpenRoads and/or AutoCAD/Civil 3D.
  • Interact with our clients which include MDOT, local agencies, and other consulting firms.
  • Assist in responding to requests for proposals and marketing efforts.
  • Demonstrate practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other technical staff to provide transportation design and consulting engineering services, primarily for MDOT and municipalities in SE Michigan.
  • Work will include roadway design, roadway 3d modeling, and engineering calculations
  • Prepare plans, develop cost estimates, and write specifications for bidding.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Michigan PE license required.
  • 5 or more years of experience in related roadway engineering working on MDOT or municipal projects.
  • Adept with MicroStation/OpenRoads and/or AutoCAD/ Civil 3D software and other design modeling software is required.
  • Experience with storm sewer drainage design and developing pavement marking, signing, and maintenance of traffic plans is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills is required.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Novi, MI

Senior Traffic Engineer

Grand Rapids, MI Lansing, MI Novi, MI Columbus, OH Cincinnati, OH Dayton, OH Toledo, OH Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Senior Traffic Engineer
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Or Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Traffic Engineer with the flexibility to work from our Grand Rapids, Lansing, or Novi, MI offices. The successful candidate will have experience from design through construction on a broad range of transportation projects. This opportunity is best suited for candidates who possess a strong technical background, a proven record of client interaction, and the ability to plan and manage the design efforts. The position offers opportunities for managing all activities related to project scope, schedule, cost, quality, communications, and resources.
 
Primary Functions
  • Traffic impact studies, safety studies, signal optimization, and traffic forecasting.
  • Leading design efforts related to maintenance of traffic, signing, pavement marking and traffic signals.
  • Proposal and report writing.
  • Manage projects and design tasks.
  • Mentor staff and coordinate project efforts with other disciplines.
  • Assist with traffic engineering tasks working with transportation staff in MI, OH, and IN offices.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure:
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Possess Professional Engineer (PE) license in Michigan.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10+ years of experience.
  • Experience with ITE Trip Generation Manual and traffic studies.
  • Experience with design of traffic control devices.
  • Preferred knowledge of MDOT traffic standards and guidelines.
  • Proficient with MicroStation software.
  • Experience with Highway Capacity Software and Synchro. Excellent computer and verbal communication skills is a must.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck in an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Novi, MI
Columbus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Dayton, OH
Toledo, OH
Indianapolis, IN

Ohio Roadway Group Manager

Columbus, OH

Job Summary
Ohio Roadway Group Manager
 
Columbus: Ohio
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Senior Roadway Engineer to manage the Ohio Roadway Group for employment in Ohio.  Our preference would be for the Columbus, OH office but other Ohio office locations would be considered. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This role will provide the ideal candidate an opportunity to lead and mentor Fishbeck staff, work on exciting projects, and grow with Fishbeck in Ohio.
 
Primary Functions
  • Manage plan production efforts for transportation projects for ODOT and local agencies using MicroStation/ORD, AutoCAD/Civil 3D experience would be a plus.
  • Interact with our clients; ODOT, local agencies, other consulting companies, and contractors.
  • Develop project budgets/schedules.
  • Develop technical letters of interest proposals and fee proposals.
  • Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other Fishbeck managers/leaders and with peers in the industry to provide transportation design and consulting engineering services, primarily for ODOT and local municipalities.
  • Business development and client management as needed.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license required.
  • 12-15 + years of experience in related roadway engineering positions working on ODOT or Local Agency projects.
  • Knowledge of MicroStation/ORD software is required.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil 3D software and other design modeling software is a plus.
  • Experience with storm sewer drainage design, pavement markings, signing plans, erosion control, and maintenance of traffic plans is required.
  • Knowledge of HEC-RAS, HY8, StormCAD, and ORD Drainage is a plus.
  • Roundabout design experience is a plus.
  • Experience leading a design team or mentoring junior engineers is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills are a must.
  • Thorough understanding of ODOT Design Manuals and ODOT Standard Specifications.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Columbus, OH

Staff Bridge Engineer

Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Staff Bridge Engineer
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Fishbeck is initiating a search for a Civil Engineer with an interest in bridge/structural design for employment in Indianapolis. In this position, you will have the opportunity to work alongside and be mentored by some of the best technical professionals in the state on projects that will impact local communities for years to come. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company that is recognized as a leader in transportation design. This position will provide the ideal candidate with an opportunity to work on exciting projects and grow along with the Michigan team. In addition, this position will allow the candidate an opportunity for long-term growth and future advancement.
 
Primary Functions
  • Work with experienced professional engineers on assignments related to bridge design, analysis, calculations, and plan preparation.
  • Design engineer on bridge or retaining wall-related projects, bridge scoping and inspections, load ratings, and other transportation services.
  • Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other Fishbeck technical staff from various disciplines to provide bridge design and other consulting engineering services, mainly for INDOT and local municipalities.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. May perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a focus on Structures
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 0-4+ years' experience.
  • EIT desired.
  • Internship of bridge design experience with working knowledge of AASHTO LRFD and LFD Bridge Design Specifications is a plus.
  • Preferred knowledge of INDOT bridge standards and guidelines.
  • Knowledge of MicroStation and GeoPak software.
  • Experience with bridge inspection and load ratings is a plus.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil 3D software is a plus. 
  • Excellent computer and verbal communication skills are a must
 
What We Offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Indianapolis, IN

Staff Transportation Engineer

Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Staff Transportation Engineer
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Transportation Engineer to work in our Indianapolis, IN office. Will have the opportunity to work alongside and be mentored by some of the best technical professionals in the state on projects that will impact local communities for years to come. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company that is recognized as a leader in transportation design. This position will provide the ideal candidate with an opportunity to work on exciting projects and grow along with the Indiana team. In addition, this position will allow the candidate an opportunity for long-term development and future advancement. This position requires a commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent communication, planning, and organization skills, collaboration, self-motivation, and teamwork.
 
Primary Function
  • Designing roads, bridges, and other civil/transportation-related projects.
  • Prepare design drawings using AutoCAD and/or OpenRoads Designer.
  • Work closely with technical staff to provide design exhibits and calculations for multiple design disciplines, including roadway design, grading, drainage, erosion control, and maintenance of traffic. Demonstrate practical civil engineering knowledge
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
  • May be asked to assist in field survey or construction inspection duties.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. May perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Willingness to learn.
  • 0-4+ years of professional experience.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and/or Microstation software.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills.
  • Experience with INDOT projects is helpful.
  • EIT desired.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Indianapolis, IN

Senior Roadway Engineer/Project Manager

Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Senior Roadway Engineer/Project Manager 
 
Location: Ohio
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented Senior Roadway Engineer/Project Manager for employment in one of four Ohio offices of Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, or Toledo. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate an opportunity to lead and mentor Fishbeck staff, work on exciting projects and grow with Fishbeck in Ohio.
 
Primary Functions
  • Lead and oversee plan production efforts for transportation projects for ODOT and local agencies using MicroStation/ORD or AutoCAD/Civil 3D.
  • Interact with our clients; ODOT, local agencies, other consulting companies, and contractors.
  • Develop project budgets/schedules.
  • Develop technical letters of interest proposals and fee proposals.
  • Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  • Work closely with other technical staff internally with Fishbeck and with peers in the industry to provide transportation design and consulting engineering services, primarily for ODOT and local municipalities.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities
 
Desired Education
Bachelor or Master of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Minimum Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
  • PE license required.
  • 10 + years of experience in related roadway engineering positions working on ODOT or Local Agency projects.
  • Knowledge of MicroStation/IORD software is required.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil 3D software and other design modeling software is a plus.
  • Experience with storm sewer drainage design, pavement markings, signing plans, erosion control, and maintenance of traffic plans is required.
  • Knowledge of HEC-RAS, HY8, StormCAD, and other drainage software is a plus.
  • Roundabout design experience is a plus.
  • Experience leading a design team or mentoring junior engineers is a plus.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills are a must.
  • Thorough understanding of ODOT Cincinnati and Design Manual and Standard Specifications.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Cincinnati, OH

Transportation Engineer (Traffic)

Toledo, OH Dayton, OH Columbus, OH Cincinnati, OH Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Position: Transportation Engineer (Traffic)
 
Location: Toledo, OH
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is currently initiating a search for a talented, growth-oriented Transportation Engineer for employment in our Cincinnati office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, the capability of being self-sufficient, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate with an opportunity to lead and mentor Fishbeck staff, work on exciting projects, and grow with Fishbeck in Ohio.
 
Primary Functions
  • Traffic impact studies, safety studies, signal optimization, and traffic forecasting.
  • Intersection and roadway traffic modeling.
  • Roundabout analysis and geometric evaluation.
  • Develop MOT plans utilizing Traffic Data.
  • Report writing.
  • Assist with traffic signal design and operations.
  • Interact with our clients; ODOT, local agencies, other consulting companies, and contractors.
  • Assist in developing project budgets/schedules.
  • Assist in developing technical proposals.
  • Manage tasks and mentor staff.
  • Assist with traffic engineering tasks working with transportation staff in other Fishbeck offices and with peers in the industry.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Minimum Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
  • Professional Engineer license.
  • 8-10+ years of experience.
  • Experience with ITE Trip Generation Manual and traffic studies.
  • Preferred knowledge of ODOT traffic standards and guidelines.
  • Experience with Highway Capacity Software, Synchro, Vissim, Rodel, and MicroStation software.
  • Excellent computer and verbal communication skills are a must.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
 
Toledo, OH
Dayton, OH
Columbus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Indianapolis, IN

Senior Bridge Engineer

Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Senior Bridge Engineer
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Fishbeck is looking for a talented, ambitious Senior Bridge Engineer for employment in our Indianapolis, IN office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. This position will provide the ideal candidate an opportunity to lead and mentor Fishbeck staff, work on exciting projects and grow with Fishbeck.
 
Primary Functions
  • Serve as the Project Manager for INDOT and LPA projects. As a Project Manager, this role will require liaison with clients and sub-consultants, managing schedules and project budgets. The person would assist preparation of Letters of Interest by developing a Technical Approach to transportation projects.
  • Work with experienced professional engineers on assignments related to bridge design, analysis, calculations, and plan preparation.
  • Design engineer on bridge or retaining wall-related projects, scoping, bridge inspections, and load rating services.
  • Assist in developing budgets, schedules, and reports. Demonstrate theoretical/practical civil engineering and specialized software knowledge.
  •  Work closely with other Fishbeck technical staff from various disciplines to provide bridge design and other consulting engineering services, mainly for INDOT and local municipalities.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license required.
  • 15 + years of experience in related roadway engineering positions working on INDOT or Local Agency projects.
  • AASHTO LRFD and LFD Bridge Design Specifications is required.
  • Microstation, AutoCAD/Civil 3D software, and other design modeling software.
  • Experience leading a design team and mentoring junior engineer
  • Thorough understanding of the Indiana Design Manual and project development process required by INDOT and other local public agencies.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Indianapolis, IN

Transportation AutoCAD Technician

Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Transportation AutoCAD Technician
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented AutoCAD Technician for our Indianapolis office. The qualified applicant must be able to demonstrate career experience in a civil engineering consulting environment. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Collaborate with technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in providing consulting services for state departments of transportation and local municipalities.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary and multi-office teams within Fishbeck and with other consultants to complete projects on schedule and within budget.
  • Set up and layout projects, manage the graphics of a project, and manage the printing/plotting distribution process.
  • Participate and assist in the design process from the beginning of the project through the approvals, permitting, and final design.
  • Learn future software upgrades and continue to refine personal and professional skill sets.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Associate degree or equivalent experience
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10+ years of relevant experience in operating AutoCAD and/or MicroStation and Bentley software on civil engineering consulting projects.
  • Interest in transportation design and coordinating with engineers to complete transportation projects.
  • Advanced knowledge of AutoCAD and/or MicroStation.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills are a must.
  • Ability to perform quantity take-offs.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Indianapolis, IN

Survey & Geospatial Services

Licensed Surveyor

Job Summary
Licensed Surveyor
 
Location
Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Professional Surveyor experienced in Civil 3D/MicroStation Open Roads Designer to work in our Toledo, OH office. This individual will handle a variety of job responsibilities in the field and office including construction staking, engineering design surveys, data collection, GPS, GIS mapping, mobile or terrestrial LiDAR collection, field investigation, field review, and coordination of multiple projects and clients. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of modern survey methods and equipment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Adjust and operate surveying instruments.
  • Compile information necessary to stake projects for construction using engineering plans.
  • Operate computerized data collection.
  • Record survey measurements and descriptive data using notes, drawings, and sketches.
  • Process survey data and create boundary, topographic, right-of-way, and as-built surveys with MicroStation and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Employees will need to be able to walk, climb, and maneuver outdoors to conduct field surveys; lift and carry survey equipment; and operate company motor vehicle to travel to work sites. Outdoor work in inclement weather is necessary. Ability to read, write, and communicate clearly in person, in writing, and over the phone.  Indoor work involves using a computer and other standard office equipment, sitting, standing, and light lifting. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Surveying or Engineering, or applicable experience. Professional Surveyor license or ability to obtain licensure strongly desired. Valid driver’s license required.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 8+ years of related surveying experience.
  • Experience with MicroStation Select Series and Open Roads Designer.
  • Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Prior work on Michigan or Ohio Department of Transportation (MDOT or ODOT) projects.
  • Ability to work on construction and project sites while complying with all applicable safety requirements.
  • Work effectively both independently and as a team member.
  • Perform responsibilities with attention to detail and deadlines. 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Toledo, OH

Surveyor

Dayton, OH Novi, MI Macomb, MI Ann Arbor, MI Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Surveyor
 
Location
Dayton, OH

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Professional Surveyor experienced in Civil 3D/MicroStation Open Roads Designer to work in our Dayton, OH office. This individual will handle a variety of job responsibilities in the field and office including construction staking, engineering design surveys, boundary surveys, data collection, GPS, GIS mapping, mobile or terrestrial LiDAR collection, field investigation, field review, and coordination of multiple projects and clients. Qualified candidates will have thorough knowledge of modern survey methods and equipment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Adjust and operate surveying instruments on a variety of private and public projects, including construction staking and boundary, topographic, right-of-way, and as-built surveys.
  • Compile information necessary to stake projects for construction using engineering plans.
  • Operate computerized data collection.
  • Record survey measurements and descriptive data using notes, drawings, and sketches.
  • Process survey data and create boundary, topographic, right-of-way, and as-built surveys with MicroStation and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Manage projects with strict adherence to budgets and deadlines.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Employees will need to be able to walk, climb, and maneuver outdoors to conduct field surveys; lift and carry survey equipment; and operate company motor vehicle to travel to work sites. Outdoor work in inclement weather is necessary. Ability to read, write, and communicate clearly in person, in writing, and over the phone.  Indoor work involves using a computer and other standard office equipment, sitting, standing, and light lifting. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Surveying or Engineering, or applicable experience. Professional Surveyor license or ability to obtain licensure strongly desired. Valid driver’s license required.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 8+ years of related surveying experience.
  • Experience with MicroStation Select Series and Open Roads Designer.
  • Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Experience managing projects.
  • Prior work on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) projects.
  • Ability to work on construction and project sites while complying with all applicable safety requirements.
  • Work effectively both independently and as a team member.
  • Perform responsibilities with attention to detail and deadlines. 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Dayton, OH
Novi, MI
Macomb, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Lansing, MI

Survey Technician

Dayton, OH Novi, MI Macomb, MI Kalamazoo, MI

Job Summary
Survey Technician
 
Location
Dayton, OH

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Survey Technician or Surveyor experienced in Civil 3D/MicroStation Open Roads Designer to work in our Dayton, OH office. This individual will handle a variety of job responsibilities in the field and office including construction staking, engineering design surveys, boundary surveys, data collection, GPS, GIS mapping, mobile or terrestrial LiDAR collection, field investigation, field review, and coordination of multiple projects and clients. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of modern survey methods and equipment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Adjust and operate surveying instruments.
  • Compile information necessary to stake projects for construction using engineering plans.
  • Operate computerized data collection.
  • Record survey measurements and descriptive data using notes, drawings, and sketches.
  • Process survey data and create boundary, topographic, right-of-way, and as-built surveys with MicroStation and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Employees will need to be able to walk, climb, and maneuver outdoors to conduct field surveys; lift and carry survey equipment; and operate company motor vehicle to travel to work sites. Outdoor work in inclement weather is necessary. Ability to read, write, and communicate clearly in person, in writing, and over the phone.  Indoor work involves using a computer and other standard office equipment, sitting, standing, and light lifting. Visual acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Surveying or Engineering or applicable experience. Valid driver’s license required. Ability to obtain Professional Surveyor (PS) license in the future a plus, but not required.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 1+ years of related surveying experience.
  • Experience with MicroStation Select Series and Open Roads Designer.
  • Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Prior work on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) projects.
  • Ability to work on construction and project sites while complying with all applicable safety requirements.
  • Work effectively both independently and as a team member.
  • Perform responsibilities with attention to detail and deadlines. 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Dayton, OH
Novi, MI
Macomb, MI
Kalamazoo, MI

Due Diligence & Brownfield

Wetland Scientist

Novi, MI Lansing, MI Ann Arbor, MI

Job Summary
Wetland Scientist
 
Location
Ann Arbor, MI
Lansing, MI
Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Wetland Scientist in one of our central and SE Michigan offices to provide ecological consulting services in support of environmental and civil engineering projects. Responsibilities include wetland delineation, permitting, and mitigation; vegetation monitoring and characterization; threatened and endangered species evaluations; tree surveys; and report preparation. Experience in preparation of NEPA documents, marketing, and proposal preparation is desirable. This position requires occasional travel with a mix of field and office responsibilities.
 
Primary Functions
  • Conduct wetland delineations and site assessments, with respect to soil, vegetation, and hydrology characterization.
  • Perform threatened and endangered species evaluations and tree surveys.
  • Determine and fulfill permitting requirements for local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Perform desktop research, conduct field visits, coordinate with regulatory agencies, and prepare documentation for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) clearance documents. 
  • Prepare proposals, work plans, and technical reports.
  • Manage budgets and project schedules.
  • Travel to project sites around the state with occasional overnight stays.
  • May assist other environmental division field services.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Work is conducted both indoors and outdoors. Ability to conduct fieldwork, at times for long hours or under strenuous conditions. Moderate lifting, carrying, and hiking through uneven terrain including areas where poisonous plants (e.g., poison ivy/sumac) may be present. Will also have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites. Visual acuity and physical strength and endurance necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in botany, wetland ecology, soil science, natural resource management, or related field. Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) or Wetland Professional in Training (WPIT) certification a plus.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 5+ years’ experience working in wetland delineation, botany, or similar environmental consulting field.
  • Working knowledge of wetland delineation techniques.
  • Strong field botany skills with experience in local plant identification.
  • Experience with threatened and endangered species evaluations and NEPA assessments.
  • Aptitude for technical writing.
  • Good communicator, both verbal and written.
  • Organized, with the ability to balance multiple projects with sensitivity to schedule and budget.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products and other common computer programs.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Lansing, MI
Ann Arbor, MI

Environmental Due Diligence Specialist

Traverse City, MI Lansing, MI Ann Arbor, MI Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI Kalamazoo, MI

Job Summary
Environmental Due Diligence Specialist
 
Location
Kalamazoo, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Lansing, MI
or Traverse City, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an Environmental Due Diligence Specialist with experience as a project manager overseeing and performing remediation projects, site assessments, baseline environmental assessments, Phase I and II environmental site assessments (ESAs), and due care plan development. Fishbeck consultants are the face of the organization, building and maintaining meaningful business relationships with clients and regulatory agency employees. Opportunity to work from one of many Fishbeck offices, including Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Traverse City, Ann Arbor, Lansing, or Novi.
 
Primary Functions
  • Oversee and perform environmental due diligence projects including standard or customized Phase I ESAs consistent with ASTM standards.
  • Prepare and submit reports that assess potential environmental liability risk.
  • Plan, lead, and investigate Phase II ESAs, including field work and sampling activities.
  • Manage multiple projects staying within scope, budget, and/or schedule expectations while ensuring quality standards on all deliverables.
  • Communicate with clients, staff members, and vendors.
  • Opportunity to work collaboratively on Brownfield Redevelopment projects and across department lines with other remediation and environmental compliance projects.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Common office tasks involve sitting, standing, walking, using a personal computer, and communicating verbally. Most work is conducted indoors with occasional project site visits. Lifting up to 50 pounds, maneuvering outdoors, and using sample collection tools is necessary at times. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites to conduct investigations and meet with clients. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, environmental science, geology, or related field.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 5+ years of experience with due diligence projects. Experience with or exposure to managing projects from start to finish.
  • Experience conducting Phase I and II ESAs following ASTM standards.
  • Understanding of core business practices and legal concepts of business transactions.
  • Working knowledge of Michigan environmental regulations and requirements. Work with federal programs and other states a plus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills associated with technical reports.
  • Familiarity with potential grant and other funding sources for redevelopment projects.
  • State of Michigan accredited Asbestos Building Inspector or experience identifying, sampling, and inspecting asbestos building materials a plus.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Traverse City, MI
Lansing, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Kalamazoo, MI

Environmental Specialist (NEPA)

Cincinnati, OH Indianapolis, IN Traverse City, MI Ann Arbor, MI Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI Kalamazoo, MI

Job Summary
Environmental Specialist (NEPA)
 
Location
Flexibility to work from any one of Fishbeck’s many offices, including:
Kalamazoo, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Traverse City, MI
Indianapolis, IN
Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an Environmental Specialist with experience in environmental due diligence to research, develop, and manage National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) projects following a spectrum of federal agencies, including Housing and Urban Development, United States Department of Transportation, United States Department of Agriculture, and more. Fishbeck consultants are the face of the organization, building and maintaining meaningful business relationships with clients, the community, and regulatory agency employees.
 
Primary Functions
  • Create reports and other documents related to NEPA projects, including justifications for Categorical Exclusions and Environmental Assessments.
  • Assist environmental due diligence projects including standard or customized Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) consistent with ASTM standards.
  • Aide in conducting environmental assessments and investigations, collecting samples and data on noise, air quality, and other hazards.
  • Balance multiple projects staying within scope, budget, and/or schedule expectations and ensuring quality standards on all deliverables.
  • Communicate with clients, federal agencies, staff members, and vendors.
  • Work collaboratively and across department and division lines with other environmental remediation and infrastructure engineering staff.
  • Other related responsibilities as assigned by Team Leader.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Common office tasks involve sitting, standing, walking, using a personal computer, and communicating verbally. Most work is conducted indoors with occasional project site visits. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites to conduct investigations and meet with clients. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities. Accommodation may be made for some of the physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, environmental science, geology, or related field.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 3+ years of experience with NEPA projects.
  • Thorough knowledge of NEPA reports, assessments, permits, and other related documents.
  • Experience conducting Phase I and II ESAs following ASTM standards.
  • Working knowledge federal environmental regulations and requirements. Work with Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, or other states a plus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills associated with technical reports in the consulting industry.
  • Critical thinker and problem solver.
  • Organized, with attention to detail.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Cincinnati, OH
Indianapolis, IN
Traverse City, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Kalamazoo, MI

Senior Brownfield Specialist

Traverse City, MI

Job Summary
Senior Brownfield Specialist
 
Location
This position may have the flexibility to work from one of Fishbeck’s many Michigan offices including:
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Traverse City
Lansing
Novi

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a Senior Brownfield Specialist to join our trusted team of scientists, specialists, and program managers dedicated to connecting local governments, developers, and property owners with technical and funding support for brownfield redevelopment projects. In this role, expect to be immersed in complex and fulfilling projects with public and private clients across Michigan. Manage all stages of the process from initial contact to completion, including proposal, incentive research, community engagement, and oversight of redevelopment strategies.
 
Primary Functions
  • Manage brownfield redevelopment and economic development projects.
  • Develop strategies for effectively accessing, securing, and implementing U.S. EPA and state grants, brownfield tax increment financing (TIF), and other economic development incentives.
  • Create and oversee processes to manage brownfield and economic development incentives, including applications, budgets, tracking project costs, tax projections, tracking other project outcomes (cleanups, job creation, wages, etc.), reimbursement requests, annual reports, project completion reports, etc.
  • Articulate data-driven financial, economic, social, environmental, and community outcomes to diverse groups and clients.
  • Support local Brownfield Redevelopment Authorities and other government agencies through representation at community engagement meetings, participating in strategy and planning meetings, and managing annual reporting requirements.
  • Collaborate with other Fishbeck project managers to pursue incentives for existing projects and market additional services.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit, use a computer, and maneuver project sites at times. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. 
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Sciences, Community Development, Business, or related field.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10+ years of experience in brownfield redevelopment, economic development, planning, public administration, or environmental due diligence. Direct experience with local or county brownfield redevelopment authority preferred.
  • Strong communicator with proven experience coordinating with local government employees, consultants, and regulators.
  • Member of planning, brownfield, governmental, urban development, or other related associations. Interest in networking and fostering client relationships.
  • Organized, self-starter, and detail oriented.
  • Thorough working knowledge of grant funding and proposal processes.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 
Traverse City, MI

Water & Wastewater Engineering

Water & Wastewater Process Engineer/Project Manager

Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Water & Wastewater Process Engineer/Project Manager
 
Location
Cincinnati or Dayton, OH

Job Summary
 Fishbeck is seeking a Water/Wastewater Process Engineer/Project Manager to join our Ohio team. The duties will be performed in a team environment which consists of staff of varying experience levels in multiple office locations. The position offers the potential opportunity to transition into team leadership and market sector leadership roles. This opportunity is best suited for candidates who possess a strong technical background, a proven record of client interaction, and the ability to plan and manage the design efforts.
 
Primary Functions
  • Management of projects, from concept through construction.
  • Preparations of studies for facility master planning, alternatives analyses, feasibility studies, and preliminary engineering reports.
  • Coordinating with staff from multiple design disciplines.
  • Development of design documents and specifications and obtaining construction permits from regulatory agencies.
  • Managing and mentoring staff.
  • Making site visits to pursue project leads.
  • Participation in the preparation of qualifications and proposals.
  • Involvement in trade organizations (AWWA, WEF, etc.).
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science - Civil or Environmental Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Registered Professional Engineer in the state of application.
  • 12+ years of primarily water and/or wastewater process experience working with local and regional utilities.
  • Strong technical experience in water and/or wastewater facility planning and design.
  • Project Management experience.
  • Self-motivation, excellent communication, and leadership skills.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel.
  • Ability to confidently interact with clients and potential clients.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Dayton, OH
Cincinnati, OH

Staff Water and Wastewater Engineer

Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Staff Water & Wastewater Engineer
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a talented entry level Water & Wastewater Engineer to work in our Novi or Grand Rapids, MI office. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, organization, and communication skills and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Engineering evaluations and design of water and wastewater systems.
  • Data evaluation and preparation of engineering reports.
  • Work closely with technical staff from all Fishbeck offices.
  • Interacting daily with projects teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Will have normal office working condition and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Civil or Environmental Engineering
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Internship experience in water and wastewater engineering.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD or Revit.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Water Treatment Design Engineer

Grand Rapids, MI Novi, MI Ann Arbor, MI

Job Summary
Water Treatment Design Engineer
 
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is actively seeking a mid-level Water Treatment Design Engineer. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning, organization, and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment.

Responsibilities
  • Coordination with clients to obtain background and operating information.
  • Data evaluation, identification of appropriate treatment technologies, development of basis of design and hydraulic calculations, and preparation of engineering reports.
  • Development of design drawings and specifications and obtaining construction permits from regulatory agencies.
  • Interaction with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
  • Project coordination during the construction phase.
  • Participation in marketing efforts with client visits and support in writing proposals and fee development.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor of Science

Desired Degree
Civil, Environmental, or Chemical Engineering

Desired Skills
  • Registered Professional Engineer.
  • 5+ years of drinking water process design, treatment technology selection, and project management.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Familiarity with CAD software. BIM and Revit capability are a plus.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel.
What We Offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. With the technical capabilities and understanding to take even the largest projects from initial concept to completion, we are a hands-on, design-oriented practice at heart. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.

We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI
Novi, MI
Ann Arbor, MI

GeoSciences & Remediation

Senior Hydrogeologist (Water Supply Focus)

Novi, MI Traverse City, MI Kalamazoo, MI Lansing, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Senior Hydrogeologist (Water Supply Focus)
 
Location
Flexibility to be based in one of Fishbeck’s many Michigan based offices, including:
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Traverse City, MI
Novi, MI

Job Summary
 
Fishbeck is seeking a Hydrogeologist to support groundwater supply and water resource projects. As a Hydrogeologist with Fishbeck, you will join a team of passionate professionals tasked with evaluating hydrogeologic conditions, analyzing aquifer performance tests, and designing and overseeing installation of water supply wells. This position requires creativity, attention to detail, and high technical competency to help clients realize their water resource needs.
 
Primary Functions
  • Oversee, direct, and manage subcontractors.
  • Coordinate site security and safety for multiple projects.
  • Support the collection and analysis of hydrogeologic and hydrologic data.
  • Interpret hydrogeologic systems, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
  • Design and analyze aquifer tests and characterize groundwater flow.
  • Analyze and interpret subsurface characteristics through drilling programs and geophysical investigations (i.e., installation of soil borings/monitoring wells/production wells, logging soil/rock cores, vertical aquifer profile, direct imaging borings, etc.)
  • Assist with the design, testing, and development of water supply wells.
  • Produce reports and technical documents utilizing data collected in the field.
  • Responsibly manage projects with respect to finances, budgets, schedules, and staff coordination.
  • Prepare proposals including labor, subcontractor, and equipment costs.
  • Direct and train entry-level staff.
  • Foster and develop client relationships.
  • Represent Fishbeck in the professional community through conferences and organizations.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Ability to conduct fieldwork, moderate lifting and hiking through uneven terrain, construction, or drilling sites. Will also have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites. Visual acuity and physical strength and endurance necessary to perform responsibilities. Accommodation may be made for some of the physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering, Geology, or Hydrogeology. PE license, CPG certification, and/or MS degree a plus.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10+ years’ experience in remedial hydrogeology and/or water supply projects.
  • Strong communication skills with all types of stakeholders, including drilling contractors, community members, government regulators, and consulting professionals, is essential. Communication and team management is the foundation of this position.
  • Ability to think critically and problem solve.
  • Familiarity with the USCS classification system is a plus.
  • Working knowledge of field equipment, including pressure transducers and field meters.
  • Able to work in a team setting and communicate effectively.
  • Commitment to worker health and safety and willingness to speak up if problems arise.
  • Sensitivity to quality/budget/schedule expectations and scope-specific assignments.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office-based software programs.
  • Familiarity with ArcGIS software, aquifer test analysis software, groundwater flow and fate and transport modeling, geochemical modeling, and/or environmental geostatistical analyses a plus.
  • OSHA and MSHA training a plus.
  • Construction management skills a plus.
  • Familiarity with drinking water and water withdrawal regulations.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Traverse City, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Lansing, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Environmental Engineer, Geologist, or Hydrogeologist (Remediation Focus)

Novi, MI Traverse City, MI Kalamazoo, MI Lansing, MI Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Environmental Engineer, Geologist, or Hydrogeologist (Remediation Focus)
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Consideration would be made for the right candidate in one of Fishbeck’s many other office locations, including:
Lansing, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Traverse City, MI
Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a highly skilled and detail-oriented Environmental Engineer or Hydrogeologist to assist with environmental investigation and remediation projects. You will join a team of passionate professionals tasked with the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites through the design, specification, development, and assessment of remedial processes. This position requires creativity and attention to detail to help clients understand local, state, and federal law and navigate environmental compliance.
 
Primary Functions
  • Design and interpret site investigations of contaminated media (soil, groundwater, surface water, soil gas, indoor air, and/or sediment).
  • Perform feasibility studies and cost estimating.
  • Design and implement pilot tests.
  • Design and implement ex-situ and in-situ soil, sediment, and groundwater remedial actions.
  • Design vapor mitigation systems
  • Prepare technical reports, letters, memoranda, plans, specifications, performance monitoring plans, operation and maintenance plans, and proposals.
  • Manage projects and communicate with clients and regulators.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Work is generally conducted indoors, but occasionally outdoors. Moderate lifting, carrying, and hiking through uneven terrain and construction or drilling sites. Will also have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. May need to drive vehicle to project sites. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities. Accommodation may be made for some of the physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering, Geology, Hydrogeology, or related field. PE license, CPG certification, and/or MS degree a plus.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 8+ years’ experience in environmental remediation.
  • Demonstrated technical proficiency in the design, specification, development, and/or assessment of remediation projects.
  • Knowledge of governmental regulations surrounding environmental compliance and remediation.
  • Able to work in a team setting and communicate effectively.
  • Committed to customer service and worker health and safety.
  • Sensitivity to quality/budget/schedule expectations and scope-specific assignments.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office-based software programs.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Novi, MI
Traverse City, MI
Kalamazoo, MI
Lansing, MI
Grand Rapids, MI

Environmental Engineer, Geologist, or Hydrogeologist

Ann Arbor, MI Novi, MI

Job Summary
Environmental Engineer, Geologist, or Hydrogeologist
 
Location
Novi, MI
Ann Arbor, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a highly skilled and detail-oriented Environmental Engineer, Geologist, or Hydrogeologist to assist with environmental investigation and remediation projects. You will join a team of passionate professionals tasked with the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work safely and independently and with other staff in a project team environment.
 
Primary Functions
  • Groundwater monitoring.
  • Drilling oversight and soil sampling.
  • Air monitoring.
  • Demolition and decommissioning.
  • Subcontractor oversight.
  • Assist in the design and interpretation of site investigations of contaminated media (soil, groundwater, surface water, soil gas, indoor air, and/or sediment).
  • Assist in preparation of technical reports, letters, memoranda, and proposals.
  • Commitment to safety and learning.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Work is conducted both indoors and outdoors. Ability to conduct fieldwork, at times for long hours or under strenuous conditions. Moderate lifting, carrying, and hiking through uneven terrain and construction or drilling sites. Will also have some office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Must be able to drive vehicle to project sites. Visual acuity and physical strength and endurance necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering, Geology, Hydrogeology, or related field.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 2+ years of field experience.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Organized self-starter, able to manage multiple projects and deadlines.
  • Sensitivity to quality and schedule expectations.
  • Able to work in a team setting and communicate effectively.
  • Committed to customer service and worker health and safety.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office-based software programs.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Ann Arbor, MI
Novi, MI

Support Services

Administrative Assistant

Job Summary
Administrative Assistant
 
Location
Dayton or Toledo, OH
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant with the flexibility to work from our Dayton or Toledo, OH offices. The selected candidate will provide a high level of administrative support to several technical professionals across multiple offices. This staff member will interact with a diverse group of clients, visitors, and internal professionals. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize, and organize workload.
 
Primary Functions
  • Compiling correspondence, including proposals, agreements, letters, memos, meeting minutes, etc. Efforts include ensuring formats meet company guidelines, accuracy, and readability.
  • Compiling reports, tech memos, etc. Again, efforts include formats meet company guidelines, accuracy, and readability. Small to large documents combined into pdf format, ensuring layouts are ready for client presentation and print-ready compilation as needed.
  • Specification editing, ensuring the outline is maintained correctly, editor notes have been removed, bracket searches are completed, technical procedure QA/QC processes are followed, etc.
  • Construction administration phase processes, including Executed Contract Documents, contract modifications (Addendum/Bulletin/Change Order/Etc.), RFIs, Submittals, etc.
  • Meeting coordination (including lunch & learns), working with staff and Office/Administrative Assistants to ensure scheduling, setup, and teardown/cleanup are completed effectively. Attendance certificates often needed.
  • Efficient document management and record keeping maintained as a priority, whether in project areas or in CRM environment. Project Closeout is an integral part of this process.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, visual acuity to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of the physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. 
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Associates Degree or experience in related field.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • At least three years administrative experience, preferably in an engineering or similar consulting environment, although not required.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel. Experience in PowerPoint and Publisher are desired.
  • Highly organized, dependable, and detail oriented.
  • Significant interest in quality and care; accuracy and attention to detail are essential.
  • Adaptable to our continuous advancement of technology and processes.
  • Communicate effectively and professionally.
  • Multi-tasking is key, as demands can change frequently. Thrive in a fast-paced environment and be self-motivated.
  • Good proofing and editing skills, to assist staff in well-written and clear work product.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
We are one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Toledo, OH

Executive Assistant

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Executive Assistant
 
Location
Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an experienced and detail-orientated Executive Assistant to provide comprehensive administrative support to the President and other firm leadership. This staff member will play a crucial and fulfilling role in ensuring effective day-to-day operations of the firm through coordinating projects, preparing communication, engaging with staff, and anticipating the needs of firm leadership. Ideal candidates will have a proven record of organization, interpersonal skills, confidentiality, and a keen eye for detail. This position will be in the office Monday through Friday during regular business hours.
 
Primary Functions
  • Provide administrative support to firm leadership, including the President, Leadership Team, and Legal Counsel.
    • Schedule annual meetings for Board of Directors, Leadership Team, shareholders, etc.
    • Schedule President's annual Town Hall tour of Fishbeck offices and other similar events (sometimes requires finding off-site venues).
    • Act as key point of contact for firm leadership, fielding requests and accurately relaying messages to the appropriate party within the firm.
  • Provide Support to Legal Counsel
    • Assist counsel in developing and implementing new policies around handling contracts, handling of legal claims, liability insurance, etc.
    • Simple contract reviews, or decision to escalate it to counsel.
    • Manage the Fishbeck entities.
    • Assist counsel in initiating a filing system for corporate records.
    • Manage mergers and acquisition documents.
    • Coordinate insurance and legal compliance documentation, corporate registration forms, legal compliance.
  • General Administrative Support Areas
    • Prepare, review, and edit documents, presentations, and reports to ensure compliance with Fishbeck standards.
    • Assist in compiling, proofing, and publishing internal firm communications.
    • Manage calendars, travel arrangements, and external events for firm leadership.
    • Facilitate accurate flow of correspondence and data between staff, including deadlines, budgets, documentation, and project progress.
    • Edit SharePoint intranet pages.
    • Organize meeting logistics and accurately keep records when necessary.
    • Correspond with external vendors.
  • Other related duties as requested by Team Leader and firm operation leadership.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, visual acuity to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Associate degree or related experience.
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10+ years of experience as an Executive Assistant or similar administrative/paralegal role, preferably supporting senior leadership.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and SharePoint. Exposure to Adobe Suite, Bluebeam, or other PDF tools a plus.
  • Excellent organizational skills, balancing multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with proficiency in corporate correspondence.
  • Ability to work effectively while adapting to and managing changing priorities.
  • Self-motivated and proactive, able to anticipate the needs of firm leadership.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, must work collaboratively with diverse teams.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI

Structural Engineering

Senior Structural Engineer

Cincinnati, OH Novi, MI Grand Rapids, MI Cincinnati, OH

Job Summary
Senior Structural Engineer
Location
Any of our offices (check website)
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a talented Senior Structural Engineer that has an established career in structural engineering and project management. The selected candidate will work on a variety of building, infrastructure, and miscellaneous structure project types for municipal, educational, industrial, and commercial clients. Technical excellence, and a track record of producing thorough and well-coordinated design documents is desired.  This position requires self-motivation, the ability to work independently, and commitment to high-quality work.
 
Primary Functions
  • Coordinating with Structural department staff, conceptualize economical structural systems to suit various project types.
  • Apply training, experience and knowledge of materials, structural analysis, and structural design to a wide variety of materials such as structural steel, reinforced concrete, and masonry, and could include prestressed concrete and wood/timber systems.
  • On occasion, manage project teams of structural staff.
  • Assist in developing marketing fees and proposals with other technical staff and potential teaming partners.
  • Apply structural design principles to developing excellent quality design drawings and specifications.
  • Show competency with standards such as IBC, ASCE 7, AISC 360, and ACI 318.
  • Exercise excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. Will perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering or Architectural Engineering, with Structural emphasis
 
Desired Skills/ Experience
  • PE license in Michigan or ability to obtain by reciprocity.
  • Ten years Structural Engineering consulting business experience.
  • Familiar with modeling in a BIM environment (preferably with Revit software).
  • Experienced with analytical/design software such as RISA, RAM and Tedds.
  • Familiar with standards such as AISC 341, ACI 350, ACI 530, and NDS.
  • Willing to make occasional trips to the Fishbeck Grand Rapids office.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned!)
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Cincinnati, OH
Novi, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Cincinnati, OH

Land Development

Civil (Land Development) Engineer

Traverse City, MI

Job Summary
Civil Engineer (Land Development)
 
Location
Traverse City, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking an experienced Civil Engineer to join our Traverse City, MI office. The qualified candidate will demonstrate an established career in civil engineering for land development and site design including project management experience. This opportunity is best suited for candidates who possess a strong technical background, a proven record of client interaction, and the ability to plan and manage design and construction engineering efforts.
 
Primary Functions
  • Manage the design, development, and implementation of projects.
  • Develop proposals, permits, project plans, and schedules.
  • Prepare and review engineering drawings, specifications, and reports for compliance with project requirements and local regulations.
  • Interact daily with multi-discipline and multi-office teams within Fishbeck, providing insight and guidance to engineers for land development and site designs.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Professional Engineer
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Licensed PE (MI preferred or ab le to acquire via reciprocity within 6 months).
  • 8+ years of civil engineering experience
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient in AutoCAD and Civil3D.
  • Previous project management and client liaison experience.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement, incentives, and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k) matching, profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Traverse City, MI

Civil Engineer (Land Development)

Grand Rapids, MI Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Civil Engineer (Land Development)
 
Location
Toledo, OH
Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented Civil Engineer in our Toledo, OH and Grand Rapids, MI offices. The qualified applicant will demonstrate an established career in civil engineering for land development and site design including project management experience. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work, excellent communication skills, and a proven ability to work with clients and the public.
 
Primary Functions
  • Lead civil site designs for a variety of site development projects and clients, including direct engineering for client projects.
  • Plan and design site development projects, including site layout, grading stormwater management and utilities. Work with a multi-discipline team of architects, MEP, and structural engineers on a variety of projects including higher education, retail, commercial, industrial, etc.
  • Manage project scope, schedule, and budgets to ensure client expectations are met and projects are on budget.
  • Manage workload and coordination with team members to ensure work is progressing and projects are on schedule.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary teams and multi-office teams within Fishbeck, providing insight and guidance to engineers for land development and site designs.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites when attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education/Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Professional Engineer
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license in Ohio and/or Michigan
  • 6+ years of relevant experience on civil engineering projects.
  • Project management experience including the development of project scopes, budget management, successful execution of land development and site design projects.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, to effectively collaborate with teams and clients.
 
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Grand Rapids, MI
Toledo, OH

Staff Civil (Land Development) Engineer

Novi, MI Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Staff Civil Engineer
 
LocationToledo, OH
Novi, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented Civil Engineer in our Toledo and Novi offices. Fishbeck is growing in several regions, and this is a great opportunity to play a significant role in our firms’ growth! This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Plan and design Civil and Land Development projects, including site layout, grading, stormwater management and utilities.
  • Perform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, and prepare reports.
  • Research zoning ordinances, design standards, and permitting regulations and prepare submittals.
  • Assist with drafting and plan production utilizing AutoCAD/Civil 3D.
  • Work with a multi-discipline team of architects, MEP, and structural engineers on a variety of projects including Higher Education, Retail, Commercial, Industrial, and others.
 
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering Technology
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 3+ years of experience of land development or general civil engineering experience.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD required; Civil 3D preferred.
  • Strong computer and communication skills.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee-owned).
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules.
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Toledo, OH

Staff Civil Engineer (Land Development)

Kalamazoo, MI Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Staff Civil Engineer (Land Development)
 
Location: Toledo, OH
Kalamazoo, MI
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talended Civil Engineer in our Toledo and Kalamazoo offices. Our offices are growing and have exciting opportunities available. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work performance, excellent planning and communication skills, and the ability to work with staff in a project team environment. 
 
Primary Functions
  • Plan and design Civil and Land Development projects, including site layout, grading, stormwater managment and utilities.
  • Peform design calculations, quantify bid items, develop cost estimates, and prepare reports.
  • Research zoning ordinances, desing standards, and permitting regulations and prepare submittals. 
  • Assist with drafting and plan production utilizing AutoCAD/Civl 3D.
  • Work with a multi-discipline team of architects, MEP, and structural engineers on a variety of projects including Higher Education, Retail, Commercial, Industrial, and others.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occassional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and manuevering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to peform responsibilities. 
 
Desired Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering Technology. 
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • 1+ years of experience of land development or general civil engineering experience. 
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD required; Civil 3D preferred.
  • Strong computer and communication skills.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities. 
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development. 
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays. 
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we're 100% employee-owned). 
  • Opportunities for hybrid and flexible schedules. 
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck's services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core. 
 
Fishbeck is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. 
Kalamazoo, MI
Toledo, OH

Senior Land Development Engineer

Cincinnati, OH Columbus, OH Grand Rapids, MI Lansing, MI Novi, MI Toledo, OH

Job Summary
Senior Civil / Land Development Engineer

Location: Michigan or Ohio Offices

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented Senior Civil Site Engineer/Project Manager in one of our Michigan or Ohio offices. The qualified applicant will demonstrate an established career in civil engineering for land development and site design including project management experience. This position requires self-motivation, commitment to high-quality work, excellent communication skills, and ability to work with clients and the public. Leadership of staff on a project team is also desired.

Primary Functions
  • Lead civil/site designs for a variety of site development projects and clients including direct engineering for client projects and supporting other departments with Civil engineering on their projects.
  • Manage projects and project teams for a variety of site development projects and clients. Manage projects from the beginning of the due diligence process, through the approvals and permitting, final design and construction phases.
  • Manage project scope, schedule, and budgets to ensure client expectations are met and projects are on budget.
  • Manage workload and coordination with team members to ensure work is progressing and projects are on schedule.
  • Interface routinely with team and department leaders and senior management on project management, workload coordination and staff collaboration.
  • Participate in strategic planning for identifying and pursuing clients and projects, evaluating marketing information, managing client key issues, and developing winning strategies.
  • Work closely with marketing and technical staff from all Fishbeck offices to assist in winning consulting services from universities, national retailers, and local development clients. Existing relationships and contacts with these client types is a plus.
  • Engage in the proposal process to coordinate and prepare winning proposals to meet sales goals.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary and multi-office teams within Fishbeck, providing insight and guidance to engineers for land development and site designs.

Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor or Master of Science degree

Desired Major
Civil Engineering

Desired Skills/Experience
  • PE license in Michigan and/or Ohio, Indiana
  • 10+ years relevant experience on civil engineering projects, preferably in Michigan.
  • Project management experience including the development of project scopes, budget management, successful execution of land development and site design projects especially with higher education and commercial clients.
  • Proposal skills including scope development, organizing team, estimating level of effort, editing, and reviewing.
What we offer
Our staff members enjoy a comprehensive compensation package that includes:
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Wellness reimbursement and activities.
  • Reimbursement and support for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation, sick, and volunteer time, PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit-sharing, and stock options (we are 100% employee-owned!).
  • And more!
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Cincinnati, OH
Columbus, OH
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Novi, MI
Toledo, OH

Landscape Architect

Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Landscape Architect
 
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Job Summary
Fishbeck has an exciting opportunity for a creative and talented Landscape Architect based in one of our Michigan Offices. The qualified applicant will work with the Civil/Site Development group with opportunity to assist with Landscape Design and Planning for several departments including Civil, Architectural, Brownfield Remediation, and Transportation. Individual will be working in multi-disciplinary environment and assisting with projects from conception to construction.

Responsibilities
  • Produce conceptual and illustrative drawings.
  • Site planning and master planning.
  • Landscape Architecture including Hardscape and Softscape designs, planting selection and irrigation coordination.
  • Project representation at municipality levels.
  • Research, writing, interpreting zoning ordinances.
  • Interact daily with multi-disciplinary and multi-office teams within Fishbeck, providing insight and guidance to engineers for land development and site designs.
  • Concept plans for Brownfield Redevelopment projects and grant applications.
  • Landscape plans for MDOT pre-qualification project assignments.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Exposed to occasional lifting and carrying. Will have normal office working conditions and be required to sit and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and maneuvering around project sites for attending client and project meetings and site observations. Able to use various technical equipment for communication and documentation. Visual acuity necessary to perform responsibilities.

Desired Education
Bachelor degree
 
Desired Major
Landscape Architecture

Desired Skills/Experience
  • 10 years relevant experience in landscape architecture.
  • Licensed Landscape Architect
  • Experience with Higher Education Campuses is preferred
  • Knowledge of other disciplines beyond landscape architecture/urban design, such as civil/structural engineering, water resources, and ecosystem restoration.
  • Proficient in AutoCAD and 2D/3D Graphic Rendering Software and ability to hand sketch conceptual plans.
  • Experience with marketing and sales of new clients, coordination and production of proposals, and participation in presentations is a plus!
  • Experience in business development and fostering client relationships is a plus!
What We Offer
  • Competitive pay.
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Reimbursement for tuition, continuing education, and professional/personal development.
  • Vacation and sick time, volunteer PTO, parental leave, and paid holidays.
  • 401(k), profit sharing, and stock options (we’re 100% employee owned).
  • And more!
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 staff members. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. With the technical capabilities and understanding to take even the largest projects from initial concept to completion, we are a hands-on, design-oriented practice at heart. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
Grand Rapids, MI

Internships & Co-ops

Civil Field Internship

Novi, MI Lansing, MI

Job Summary
Civil Field Internship
 
Location
Metro Detroit 

As Fishbeck's internship/co-op program continues to grow we invite you to submit your application for a Civil Field internship for the summer of 2024. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and committed to high-quality work performance. Must have excellent planning, organization, and communication skills, and the ability to work with other staff in a project team environment. 
 
Job Summary
Imagine yourself collaborating with world-class architecture, engineering, and environmental professionals. Imagine yourself engaging in real-world problems and creating innovative solutions using cutting-edge technology. Imagine yourself growing personally and professionally beyond where you ever thought possible. Imagine yourself at Fishbeck. Fishbeck interns are an integral part of our organization, being immersed throughout entire projects from design to implementation. Prepare to be challenged and finish your internship with immeasurable experience. Our interns encounter endless possibilities and go on to have fulfilling careers. 
 
Eligibility
Enrolled in a Construction Engineering/ or Management Program or Civil Engineering
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
Novi, MI
Lansing, MI

Transportation Intern

Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary
Transportation Intern
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN
 
Job Summary
Fishbeck is seeking a passionate civil engineering student for an internship position. The ideal candidate will be committed to high-quality work performance, clear communication, teamwork, and learning. We are committed to attracting and developing the next generation of great engineers! 
 
Primary Functions
  • Assist engineers in designing roads, bridges, and other civil/transportation-related projects.
  • Prepare design drawings using AutoCAD and/or OpenRoads Designer.
  • Work closely with technical staff to provide design calculations for highways, local streets, sites, and utilities, primarily for INDOT and local agencies.
  • Interact daily with project teams in a multi-disciplinary and multi-office environment.
  • Help solve complex problems by demonstrating practical civil engineering knowledge.
  • Assist project managers in managing project deliverables, schedules, and fulfilling client requests.
Minimum Physical Requirements
Occasionally exposed to light lifting, sitting, and walking. May perform duties in the field and will be required to access and maneuver around project sites and use a computer. Capable of traveling to and from projects is occasionally required. Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes. Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
 
Desired Education
Enrolled in an Accredited Civil Engineering program
 
Desired Skills/Experience
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Previous internship experience is a plus.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD or OpenRoads software is an asset.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills are a must.
  • Willingness to work with project teams on a variety of challenging projects.
  • Experience with INDOT projects is beneficial.
 
About Fishbeck
Fishbeck is one of the premier professional consulting firms in the nation, with 15 regional offices and more than 600 employees. Engineering, environmental sciences, architecture, and construction management are the cornerstones of Fishbeck’s services and integrated project approach. We are a hands-on and design-orientated practice with the technical capabilities and understanding to take the largest projects from internal concept to completion. Our team of experts takes pride in our commitment to reliability in design, connection to our clients, and creativity at our core.


Fishbeck is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.
 
Indianapolis, IN

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