Third Rock Consultants
Different by Design

Third Rock is currently accepting resumes from qualified engineers for two (2) positions in our Lexington office.  Qualified applicants should forward PDF resumes to Ashley Storm or mail hard copies to Third Rock Consultants, LLC, 2526 Regency Road, Suite 180, Lexington, Kentucky 40503, Attn:  Ashley Storm.

Engineer III (Entry Level Engineer)

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering (civil, biological systems, agricultural, or water resources engineering)

  • Licensed Engineer in Training (EIT) in the Commonwealth of Kentucky

  • Specialized experience and/or course work in water resources and restoration design including, but not limited to, hydrologic and hydraulic modelling (HEC-RAS), AutoCAD Civil 3-D, natural channel design/construction, fluvial geomorphology, and water quality monitoring

  • Excellent technical writing skills with attention to detail

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

  • Physically capable of working outside, in all weather, to collect survey and geomorphological data, occasionally involving an overnight stay

 

Desired Qualifications:

 

  • Familiar with field data collection techniques such as basic land surveying

  • Knowledge of watershed hydrology, stream hydraulics, and sediment transport

  • Ability to determine design discharge, channel cross section, profile and planform

  • Ability to interpret results from H&H models

  • Familiarity with green infrastructure design and construction

  • General understanding of the Clean Water Act, state, and federal implementing regulations and water resource permitting 

 

Engineer II (Project Engineer)

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering (civil, biological systems, agricultural, or water resources engineering) with a minimum of three (3) years of professional experience

  • Licensed Engineer in Training (EIT) in the Commonwealth of Kentucky with the ability to obtain professional engineering licensure within two (2) years from date of hire

  •  Specialized experience and/or course work in water resources and restoration design including, but not limited to, hydrologic and hydraulic modelling (HEC-RAS), AutoCAD Civil 3-D, natural channel design/construction, fluvial geomorphology, and water quality monitoring

  • Relevant experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D site grading including creating alignments, profiles, surfaces, feature lines, corridors, styles, pen tables, and plan production

  • Ability to collect geomorphic data including sediment measurements

  • Ability to conduct site assessments to identify reference conditions and to assess reach conditions

  • Knowledge of watershed hydrology, stream hydraulics, and sediment transport

  • Ability to interpret results from H&H models

  • Ability to incorporate regional regressions, curves, and reference data in design

  • Ability to determine design discharge, channel cross section, profile and planform

  • Ability to calculate TMDL sediment load, including BEHI/NBS and bank pins

  • Ability to prepare technical specifications

  • Ability to observe construction, inspect work, and direct construction crews

  • Ability to develop quantity take-offs and estimates of construction costs

  • Excellent technical writing skills with attention to detail

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

  • Physically capable of working outside, in all weather, to collect survey and geomorphological data, occasionally involving an overnight stay