Job Listings

Storm Water Coordinator - Vanderburgh County

Posted: June 16

The Storm Water Coordinator manages all aspects of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program to ensure compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits, Indiana Department of Environmental Management storm water regulations, local ordinances, and state laws concerning storm water. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organizing public education and participation activities, performing erosion and sediment control plan review and inspection, inspecting discharges into the storm sewer system or natural bodies of water, investigating drainage complaints, and monitoring county properties and facilities for storm water pollutant discharges.

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Natural Resource Permitter - South Bend

Posted: May 25

KERAMIDA Inc. is seeking motivated, qualified and skilled staff in wetlands, storm water and natural resource permitting associated with construction activity, in order to ensure construction projects run smoothly according to all applicable regulatory requirements. The ability to communicate clearly and succinctly, both orally and in writing is critical to succeed in this position. The desired candidate must have a high-level of experience and technical knowledge necessary to write permits and perform environmental inspections. In particular, the Environmental and Natural Resource Permitter will prepare permit and plan documents for a wide variety of construction projects, primarily associated with an electric and gas utility. Specifically, these will include stormwater construction permits, wetlands (401/404) permits, stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs), environmental construction plans and related documents.

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Engineering Technician, MS4/Permits - Hamilton County

Posted: May 12

Coordinates job activities with Project Engineer, including assisting with department planning and programming activities, performing/assisting with surveying and design, and consulting with Project Engineer regarding department priorities, scope, and objectives. Reviews and approves regulated drain easement encroachments. Researches courthouse records for property deeds, secondary plats, recorded surveys, easements, right of way descriptions land and covenants as needed. 

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City Engineer - West Lafayette

Posted: May 4

Incumbent serves as the City Engineer for the City of West Lafayette. Under the general direction of the Mayor, he/she directs, plans, manages, and reviews the activities and operations of the Engineering Department. Divides time between office environment, meeting settings, and in-field inspections and meetings. Seventy percent (70%) of the time will be attending meetings both in City Hall and various locations, thirty percent (30%) of the time will be spent in the office working on departmental issues and projects.

For additional information, please see the complete job description.