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About the Position:
Position is located in Coastal Engineering Section, Design Branch, Engineering Division of the Corps of Engineers in Los Angeles, California.
Join the US Army Corps of Engineers! The Corps offers opportunities & works with local Communities, City Officials, & Congress to help ensure the safety of residents within each district. The USACE continues to be the leader in providing effective & efficient flood control & project management support to its customers & is involved in multiple military, civil, & public works projects. For more information about LA District Corps of Engineers, visit our web site at: http://www.spl.usace.army.mil/
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens
The incumbent of this position performs professional engineering work to develop one or more of the major features of a coastal engineering or related project. These projects include, but are not limited to breakwaters, jetties, revetments, groins, seawalls, navigation channels, dredging, beach nourishment, wetlands, and estuaries. Conducts special studies and applies specialized knowledge in water wave mechanics, littoral sediment transport processes, coastal structures, coastal engineering and a generalized knowledge of civil engineering.
- Occasional Travel
- Business travel (TDY) is approximately 10%