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Process Engineer
  Taylor, MI  

Categoría del puesto de trabajo:

Water Resources

Tipo de posición:


Estudios mínimos:

BS in Civ/Envir Engineering

Minimum Experience:

10 to 15 years

Ref ID:


Process Engineer

Taylor, MI

Position Description:

We are looking for a Process Engineer to join our Water Resources Team to improve infrastructure in our Taylor office. The candidate must be a licensed PE with a bachelor's degree in civil or environmental engineering and ten to fifteen years of related experience. The candidate should have experience working with large-scale piping, valve, pumping systems, and treatment technologies. The candidate must also be self-motivated, work well with others, and have excellent writing, organizational, and communication skills. A flexible hybrid-remote work schedule is available after 90 days of employment. Typical responsibilities include:

  • Provide technical planning, biological process and mechanical design and construction support on various water and wastewater treatment and resource recovery projects. projects that may include combined sewer overflow, collection system, pump station, stormwater, hydrologic and hydraulic models and/or other water and wastewater projects
  • Prepare engineering calculations, run process models (i.e. Excel spreadsheet, Biowin?, GPS-X, etc.) and support analysis of alternatives. Utilize effective technical writing skills to prepare technical memoranda to document alternative analyses, basis of design, business case evaluations, P&ID reports etc.
  • Prepare design reports and construction plans for treatment plants and pump stations using local and state standards
  • Prepare/assist with specifications and permit submittals
  • Assist with/review scope, budget, and schedule of new project tasks
  • Monitor task budget and progress
  • Document design changes and communications
  • Conduct on-site inspections and technical guidance for start-up as needed
  • Prepare project status and other reports
  • Assist in the preparation of proposals
  • Attend client, public, project and staff meetings including client progress, plan review, pre-construction, etc.
  • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Maintain excellent client relations
  • Maintain a safe working environment
  • Participate in the Florida Water Environment Association, or similar organization as a committee member.
  • Publish and present papers at state and national conferences.
    Serve as an active member in the Wade Trim Water and Wastewater Treatment Practice


  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering required


  • 10-15 years of related experience required
  • Licensed Professional Engineer required
  • Experience working with large-scale piping, valve, pumping systems, and treatment technologies
  • Demonstrated knowledge of water and wastewater treatment facilities is a must
  • Experience developing detailed design plans for treatment projects.
  • Expertise in more than one area of conventional activated sludge wastewater treatment liquid and solid processes including fundamentals of nitrification and denitrification systems, chemical or biological phosphorous removal, secondary and tertiary treatment including high rate disinfection systems, solids handling and biosolids treatment.
  • Experience in assisting with sales efforts for large scale projects
  • Strong written and verbal skills.


About Wade Trim:

Wade Trim is committed to maximizing the value of infrastructure investments. We've been solving complex engineering challenges for nearly a century. We customize our work approach to fit each project using a collaborative, friendly style to deliver solutions our clients can stand behind.

Our supportive culture recognizes and strives to fulfill collective client, company, and individual needs. Mentoring and building skills of Wade Trim staff is a priority. Frequent interaction among staff is encouraged, company leadership is easily accessible, and opportunities are provided for staff to help shape the firm's future through strategic planning. Work/life balance is supported through a flexible, hybrid work schedule that brings team members together in the office at least two days a week and connects them virtually when working from home.

To solve our clients' toughest challenges, we've devoted ourselves to delivering innovative solutions. Our Office of Applied Technology (OAT) is dedicated to seeking new technologies or ways to apply existing technologies to enhance value to our clients and positively impact communities. All staff are encouraged to share ideas and suggestions for innovative technologies or processes to adopt. This open-minded approach enables us to advance technology, foster innovation, and stay ahead of our clients' needs.

Wade Trim's success is shared by the employees that make it happen. Since our beginning, our firm has been 100% employee owned. This cultivates an ownership mindset that benefits our work approach, collaborative culture, and ability to deliver client solutions. We believe employee ownership drives the sustainability and growth of our firm and provides all our employees with opportunities for financial success.

What We Offer:

Our excellent salary and benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long-term disability coverage, education reimbursement, 401(k), performance bonuses, and an employee stock program. Employee Resource Groups and Programs offered include the Young Professionals Group, Women at Wade Trim, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Professional Development, Leadership Development, Rotation Program, Mentor Program, Sustainability Program, and Wellness Program.

If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in a friendly environment, please submit your resume by visiting the Careers section of our website at and reference job number 2159.

Wade Trim is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.



Wade Trim is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer