Stone Environmental Inc.
Stone Environmental, Inc. of Montpelier, Vermont is seeking a dedicated senior water resources engineer to lead our
stream restoration practice. The successful applicant will work with a group of engaged professionals and a variety of
partners, including municipalities, regional conservation organizations, state agencies, and watershed stewardship
organizations, to develop and lead ecosystem restoration projects, typically involving dam removal, road-stream
crossing upgrades, habitat improvement, floodplain reconnection, and bioengineering practices. The candidate will
serve as a mentor for engineering staff, provide senior technical support for a variety of natural resources restoration
projects, and conduct business development activities. The ideal candidate will possess cross-disciplinary experience
and a demonstrated ability to apply that experience to the improvement and stewardship of water resources in
Northern New England. The preferred applicant will be comfortable supporting all engineering project phases, from
conceptual design and scoping efforts to final design, permitting, and construction management/oversight.
At Stone the health and safety of our employee-owners is a priority, that’s why we are requiring all successful candidates for
this position be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or are willing to become vaccinated as a condition of employment.
Lead ecosystem restoration practice
Mentor junior engineers and engineers in training
Develop restoration projects with partnering organizations
Provide senior technical oversight of engineering analyses and designs, permit documents, and construction
Participate in project scoping, site assessment, hydraulic analysis, and preparation of engineering drawings,
permit documents, construction specifications, and technical reports
Interact with partners, client representatives, and review agencies
Lead and contribute to project meetings and technical discussions with clients and stakeholders
Support field work, which may include working in inclement weather, hiking through rough terrain, wading in
flowing streams, and occasional overnights
Travel within and outside of Vermont as necessary to support project work and development needs
To be considered for this position, the applicant should possess the following minimum qualifications:
A current Professional Engineering license. A Vermont P.E license or the ability to achieve Vermont P.E.
through reciprocity is required. A New Hampshire P.E. is also desirable.
Strong proficiency with AutoCAD/Civil 3D
Demonstrated experience with hydrologic and hydraulic modeling
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and objectives
Proven ability to develop project plans, anticipate and address project challenges, and complete technical reports
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Legally able to work in the United States (proper documentation required)
Valid driver’s license
Experience and Education
B.S. in civil engineering, environmental engineering, hydrology, or closely related discipline, with a
demonstrated interest in water resources
At least eight years of relevant experience in one or more of the technical areas described in the position
Advanced knowledge of stream geomorphology and demonstrated experience in the assessment and restoration
of fluvial systems
Experience with Vermont’s stream and wetland regulations is a plus but is not required