Stone Environmental Inc.
Stone Environmental, Inc. is seeking an enthusiastic and committed engineer to join our Water Resources
Management Group. 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 evaluate sites and design and implement a variety of ecological restoration projects, typically
involving dam removal, road-stream crossing upgrades, habitat improvement, floodplain reconnection, and
bioengineering practices. The preferred applicant will be comfortable supporting a variety of projects ranging from
conceptual design and scoping efforts to final design, permitting, and construction management/oversight. The ideal
applicant will possess cross-disciplinary experience and a demonstrated ability to apply that experience to the
improvement and stewardship of land and water resources across northern New England.
Work will involve a blend of planning, site assessment, analysis, and design. Office tasks will typically include
hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and preparation of engineering drawings, permit documents, construction
specifications, and technical reports. Field tasks will typically include topographic and bathymetric surveying,
geomorphic assessments, sediment probing and characterization, and construction oversight. Responsibilities include
providing technically sound engineering work, as well as interacting with partners, client representatives, and review
agencies. Travel in and out of state will be required based on project needs. Field work may include working in
inclement weather, hiking through rough terrain, wading in flowing streams, and occasional overnights.
Required Skills & qualifications
Proven experience developing project plans, anticipating and addressing project challenges, and completing
Strong proficiency with AutoCAD/Civil 3D and 1-D hydraulic models; proficiency with 2-D hydraulic models and
ArcGIS is a plus.
General knowledge of fluvial geomorphology, aquatic biology, and geology.
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and objectives.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Legally able to work in the United States (proper documentation required).
Experience with stream and wetland regulations is a plus but is not required
Valid Driver’s License
Experience & Education
B.S. in the natural sciences or environmental engineering, or closely related discipline, with a demonstrated interest
in water resources.
1-3 years of professional experience in the water resource sub-disciplines and office/field tasks listed above in a
consulting, nonprofit, or academic setting.