MWH seeks civil-geotechnical engineer for dam construction in Peru

International engineer MWH Global invites applications for a senior resident civil/geotechnical engineer to work on a dam construction project for MWH Peru in Arequipa.

U.S.-based MWH Global is a strategic consulting, technical engineering, and construction services firm with 7,500 employees. Under leadership of MWH Global Chairman Alan J. Krause, MWH has increased its presence to more than 30 countries on six continents, with a focus on developing hydroelectric resources in a responsible manner.

MWH seeks a senior-level resident civil/geotechnical engineer, based in Peru to oversee field engineering and quality assurance staff for the construction of a 170-meter-tall central core rockfill starter dam, spillway, seepage collection facilities, and an extensive drain system.

Qualifications include a master’s degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in civil, geotechnical engineering preferred. The job also calls for 15-plus years’ professional engineering experience as a senior construction engineer, with at least four years’ experience in a significant role on similar embankment dam construction work. The engineer should be fluent in Spanish with good communications skills in English.

Applications may be submitted via MWH’s Spanish-language Working in Latin America Internet site, Click on Opportunidades de Trabajo, then Ingeniero Civil/Geotecnico Residente Lider, No. 4493BR.

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