Coastal Engineer II / III

Resource Environmental Solutions LLC

About the organization

We are the nation’s largest and most experienced provider of ecological restoration and water resource solutions. To date, we have restored over 525 stream miles and 62,000 wetland acres, in addition to conserving and preserving 15,000 acres of endangered species habitats. RES operations include planting over 20,000,000 restorative trees and reducing over 280 tons of polluting nutrients. RES ecological solutions enable a balance of economic development and ecological sustainability.


Provide coastal engineering leadership at a project and task level and work with other engineering staff to complete projects, including setting staff priorities for scope of work, budgets and schedules for completing the work.
• Perform coastal engineering design and modeling and/or review the design and drafting work of coastal engineers, designers or drafters.
• Prepare or oversee the preparation of final plans and reports and submit them for approval.
• Conduct or oversee personnel involved in coastal engineering investigations and planning work.
• Plan, schedule and conduct or coordinate construction services on projects.
• Maintain and enhance our reputation with clients, approval agencies and industry professionals as an outstanding service provider with consistent high standards of delivery, quality, flexibility, and innovation.
• Remain current on regulatory policy and rule changes and may establish working relationships with regulatory officials.
• Enhance the reputation of RES through preparation and presentation of papers at professional society conferences and seminars.
• Coordinate with RES leadership and client contacts routinely to explore future opportunities, budget planning, and staff resourcing needs.
• Other duties or responsibilities as assigned.


Experience in designing living shorelines and conducting construction oversight to ensure successful implementation.
• Demonstrated fieldwork, such as reconnaissance, measurements, construction inspection, or instrument handling and deployment.
• Completing design calculations for coastal and civil engineering practice: including marine structures, rubble mound structures, geotechnical/foundation designs, hydrodynamics/fluid mechanics, drainage and flood control infrastructure, dredge/fill, and sediment disposal site designs.
• Coastal engineering analysis in support of coastal flood hazard studies under a predefined framework, specifically wave runup/overtopping analysis, and wave overland propagation analysis.
• Demonstrated experience with preparation of design plans and specifications for bidding and construction purposes.
• Demonstrated experience with construction oversight and administration duties including shop drawing approval, review of contractor surveys/progress reports, and execution of final certification(s) upon project completion.
• Application of numerical modeling tools for simulating circulation, waves, water quality, sediment transport, or mixing (e.g. ADCIRC, Delft3D, SWAN, Mike, CORMIX).

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