Principal Industrial Wastewater Engineer – Charlotte, Houston or Atlanta
Hinton Human Capital, an emerging leader in executive search in Environmental and Infrastructure industries is now searching for Principal Industrial Wastewater Process Engineer for an international environmental consulting firm. Ideal candidate will have at over 15 years of demonstrated experience in the design of industrial wastewater treatments systems plus the following skills and abilities:
A proven track record of project management and technical design accomplishments of industrial wastewater treatment systems for Oil/Gas production facilities, manufacturing ,coal fired utilities or nuclear power facilities
Hinton Human Capital, an emerging leader in executive search in Environmental and Infrastructure Markets is now searching for Water/Wastewater Senior Project Engineer for a well-respected regional engineering consulting firm in Poughkeepsie, NY. Ideal candidate will have at least 8-12 years of demonstrated design experience in municipal wastewater and water facilities as well as distribution and collection systems plus the following skills and abilities:
Demonstrated history of designing water/wastewater treatment facilities and pipeline infrastructure
Ability to lead junior level staff and technicians in design and project tasks
Must have strong oral and written communications skills
BS in Civil or Environmental Engineering required
Masters is a strong plus
NY State PE License or the ability to get within 6 months via reciprocity
Process Design experience a plus
Must be able to permanently work in the US no sponsorship available
The purpose of this article to alert jobs seekers to potential jobs. It is no way a promotion or endorsement of any type of cyber attack or crime.
Military Shifts Focus to Cyber Security Jobs And Warfare
Wall Street Journal reporter Julian Barnes recently wrote an article titled “ Pentagon Digs In on Cyberwar Frontwhere he talks about how the military and the rest of the federal government is building its cyber security and warfare capabilities. This build up is in response to a number of recent cyber attacks against the government agencies and critical parts of our country’s infrastructure. It is also a response to the emerging ” Cyber Militias” springing up in countries across the world who are engaging in unsanctioned attacks on other countries. ( See article State of Cyber Warfare Threat).
Why You Should Know This Information
In this era of budget cuts and recessions, fast growing, well paying jobs are important to everyone. Many of us know someone who is unemployed or underemployed who is looking to better their career. These jobs may not be for everyone but the knowledge that they are coming is a good thing. Here is something else you should know:
After the Stuxnet Incident, a US News & World Report article reported that the ”federal government may have to hire up to 10,000 cyber security analysts and the private sector thousands more.” Couple this information with the purported $14 Billion of investment in Smart grid cyber security, the job market for cyber security will be robust for years to come.
Here are the Up And Coming Areas of Civil Engineering we will cover over our series of posts.
Ports, Harbors & Off Shore Facilities
Storm Water & flood Mitigation
Dams & Levees
Power Grid & Pipeline Infrastructure
Drinking & Wastewater Infrastructure
Why You Will Benefit From These Posts
The main reason job seekers will benefit from reading these posts is that large scale and long term civil engineering projects tend to create additional local jobs in their “ripple effect”. For example: The metro Atlanta area is voting on a $6 billion transportation bill to alleviate its major congestion problems. Projects like these could produce hundred or thousands of jobs in the following indusries:
Construction & labor Staffing
Concrete/asphalt & aggregate
Restaurants & food stores (These people do eat lunch)
Banking & retail
and many more.
We will cover these details of how civil engineering projects create job growth more in depth as we go along.
Let’s say agree that 2012 has been a little better year for finding a job. However, there are still large numbers of people out of the workforce who want and need information about job opportunities. What I have found through my interactions with job seekers is many lack information about job and training opportunities available in the marketplace. These articles contain some of the information job seekers need to find environmental job opportunities.
312 Billion Reasons Why Environmental Management Jobs Are Growing Fast Did you know that the environmental industry is a $312 Billion per year business sector? To most of the general public, this sector is an unknown job market unless some type of disaster strikes or if your location has a thriving energy/industrial economy. In this article we want to inform job seekers and graduates about the opportunities in this sector.
4 Lessons Peyton Manning Can Teach Green & Environmental Job Seekers :Like every other NFL fan, I was sad to see Peyton Manning leave the Indianapolis Colts. It was the somber end of an era for Colts fans and a joyous beginning for his next team. As I listened to Peyton’s speech, I realized that he is now a job seeker who has to find the right team that will fit his goals and talents. It is an odd thing to think that a multi-millionaire star athlete is looking for a job but it is true. So my thoughts turned to some lessons we could learn from this football great.
Top 7 “Soft” Skills Engineering & Science Grads Need to Be Successful :To celebrate the achievements of this year’s graduates, we decided to share 7 “soft” skills that hiring managers are looking for when they consider science and engineering graduates for entry level jobs. These secrets are not in a particular order because they vary in importance to every manager.