CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Trotter and Associates, Inc. has developed a highly qualified team of professionals and is seeking qualified individuals to join the team.

Team Members Qualities:

  • Professional/Hard Working
  • Organized/Accountable
  • Good Listeners/Effective Communicators
  • Strong Problem Solving Skills
  • Sound Advisers
  • Engaging Presenters

Career Benefits

Trotter and Associates, Inc. provides an excellent benefit package

Full-Time Employees receive:

  • Continuing Education & Professional Seminars
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Vacations/Sick Time accrued from date of hire
  • Paid holidays
  • Overtime pay
  • Retirement Plan – SIMPLE Plan
  • Year-end profit sharing
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Life Insurance

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P.E. in Illinois with 15 years experience with building, tankage and structures design

P.E. in Illinois with 10 + years experience

Expertise in Municipal Engineering including development review and client management.

Expertise in Stormwater, Watershed Resources and Utility Infrastructure Rehabilitation.

Expertise in construction observation and supervision/management of field personnel.

Expertise in floodplain management, permitting, funding and regulatory requirements.

P.E. in Illinois with 10-20+ years experience

Expertise in municipal engineering including contract development and client management.

Direct Experience in the planning, design and construction of:

  • Public water supply, treatment, storage and distribution systems.
  • Municipal wastewater collection systems and pump station.
  • Wastewater treatment systems including BNR processes and sludge handling facilities.

Expertise in construction observation and supervision/management of field personnel.

Expertise in environmental permitting, funding and regulatory requirements.

2 years of high education, and possess an Associate in Applied Science degree (or comparable)

TAI’s Structural Engineering Department is seeking a new grad interested in a career in structural engineering. This position will report to the Chief Structural Engineer. This staff engineer position will be assigned to assist with design of new structures and modification/rehabilitation of existing infrastructure. This individual will be responsible for performing structural calculations, structural modeling and design, and performing field inspections. TAI’s projects include concrete tankage and structures, structural framing, retaining walls, and industrial buildings. Each team member is expected to have strong communication and presentation skills as this is a very client facing position. TAI team members are leaders in the industry and are encouraged to be involved in local, regional and national associations to continue their professional development.

TAI’s Wet team is seeking a new grad interested in a career in the Environmental Engineering. This position will work directly with Project Engineers and Managers for the development of water and wastewater infrastructure throughout northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Engineers will be exposed to planning, design and construction aspects of projects including water distribution, supply and storage, wastewater treatment and collection. Each team member is expected to have strong communication and presentation skills as this is a very client facing position. TAI team members are leaders in the industry and are encouraged to be involved in local, regional and national associations to continue their professional development.

TAI is seeking a new grad interested in a career in Construction Engineering and Management. This position will work directly with Project Managers and Engineers to facilitate the construction of municipal infrastructure. Responsibilities may include resident engineering, construction administration, constructability review, shop drawing review, pay request review, project documentation, presentations of progress and conducting construction meetings. Each team member is expected to have strong communication and presentation skills as this is a very client facing position. TAI team members are leaders in the industry and are encouraged to be involved in local, regional and national associations to continue their professional development.

TAI’s Structural Engineering Department is seeking sophomore or juniors interested in a career in structural engineering. This position will work directly with the Chief Structural Engineer and include assisting with design, performing basic structural calculations and performing field inspections to gain a better understanding of the field. TAI’s projects include concrete tankage and structures, structural framing, retaining walls, and industrial buildings.

TAI’s Wet team is seeking sophomore or juniors interested in a career in Environmental Engineering. This position will work directly with the Project Engineers and include assisting with design, modeling, hydraulic studies, and direct field experience to gain a better understanding of the water and wastewater discipline.

TAI is seeking sophomore or juniors interested in a career in Construction Engineering. This position will work directly with the Project Managers and include assisting with construction inspection and administration of ongoing projects. Assignments may include field inspection, shop drawing review, pay request review, documentation and construction meeting attendance.