CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Principal Engineer VI to join our Infrastructure – Water/Wastewater group in Orlando, FL or Tampa, FL.
Ensuring water is clean and safe is one of the most important services that each community can provide. To that end, CHA has developed thousands of water-related projects, each considering our clients' unique environmental, water quality, permit ability, and funding concerns. Our water and wastewater management offerings include full engineering and support services for municipal water and wastewater treatment systems from initial planning through permitting, design, bidding, construction administration, start-up, certification, and ongoing operational assistance.
A Principal Engineer VI has an extensive engineering knowledge, specifically in water process and mechanical design and may provide a leadership role for the work group through knowledge in the respective field of engineering. This individual is responsible for providing guidance and oversight to multiple teams working on numerous projects. A Principal Engineer VI manages and provides hands-on design support through preparing calculations and mechanical drawings for all phases of a technical project from conception and design to completion, while providing engineering guidance to other departments and training new engineering staff.
At CHA, we are helping to build a world where thought leadership, social responsibility, and diversity thrive, and we are committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining a highly talented and diverse team of individuals to help us do it. Our aspiration to responsibly improve the world we live in – combined with hiring practices, training opportunities, and engagement with our communities – reflect a company culture that is progressive and forward leaning.
We as an organization celebrate the values of inclusion and equality, and advocate for the full participation of all people in an environment free of discrimination. To support these values, we invite all qualified applicants to be considered for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.