Water/Wastewater Engineer

Posted: 06/15/2021

McMahon Associates, Inc. (McMahon), a full-service, professional engineering and architectural firm, has an immediate opening for a Water/Wastewater Engineer in their Neenah, Wisconsin office.
As a Water/Wastewater Engineer, you will work directly with our municipal and industrial clients on the planning and design of environmental projects, including: water supply, storage, pumping, treatment and distribution systems; and wastewater collection, pumping, treatment, biosolids management and waste-to-energy systems.  Responsibilities will include planning, modeling (hydraulic and process), technical studies, report writing, permitting, design, and start-up/operational assistance for these types of projects. You will work with a multi-disciplined in-house team of professionals and support staff, with an emphasis on a team and client-focused environment.
Minimum B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering (with an emphasis on environmental engineering) or Environmental Engineering required.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).  EIT Certification is required.  Ideal candidate will have strong communication and analytical skills. 
McMahon is a leading full-service engineering and architecture firm with a more than 100-year history. Our corporate headquarters is in Neenah, Wisconsin and we also have offices in Illinois and Indiana. As engineers, architects, surveyors, technicians and more, our team shares one common goal – to understand our clients’ objectives, connect with their vision and bring it to life. We strongly value providing unmatched service for our clients and work hard to build long-standing relationships with them.
We are dedicated to creating a work culture that mentors and empowers our team; we allow our employees to innovate with independence and make the best decisions for their projects. As a consistently ranked top-500 design firm by Engineering News-Record, we invest in our employees by offering a great benefits package and competitive salaries.