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About the Position:
If you are looking for an exciting and challenging career, this is the position for you. The position is located with the Engineer Research & Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, located in Champaign, IL.
About the Organization:
The US Army ERDC is one of the most diverse engineering and scientific research organizations in the world. Provides high quality, responsive engineering and environmental research and development support to the Army and Nation. As part of the US Army Corps of Engineers team, ERDC develops innovative science and technology solutions to support warfighting, infrastructure, environmental, water resources, and disaster operations. It consists of seven laboratories at four geographical sites in Vicksburg, MS; Champaign, IL; Hanover, NH; and Alexandria, VA. ERDC employs more than 2000 engineers, scientists, and support personnel. For more information on our organization, please visit our website at http://www.erdc.usace.army.mil/
Champaign - Our organization is an allied agency of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Our permanent employees enjoy many free or low cost benefits of the University including courses, and access to university facilities. Champaign County is home to some of the richest farmland, one of the world's top universities and is easily accessible by air, rail and interstate. It offers 80 parks, 3 Forest Preserve areas, a variety of cultural attractions. For additional information about Champaign area, please visit the Champaign Chamber of Commerce website at http://champaigncounty.org/
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens
As an Interdisciplinary Engineer you will perform and direct applied research and engineering development leading to sustainable and secure facilities and infrastructure systems for Army installations. You will apply Engineering and Architectural knowledge to areas including several of the following: transportation systems including surface, air and sea ports, mechanical systems including HVAC and plumbing, building enclosures, electrical distribution and lighting systems, structural systems, interior finishes, utility/infrastructure, and POL/Fuels systems. You will work in areas of facilities maintenance and management, such as BUILDER or PAVER Sustainment Management System (SMS); facility planning and design; data modeling; building information modeling (BIM); Structured Query Language (SQL); or relational database management is a strong plus. You will provide leadership skills for project management, proposal generation and review of contractor proposals. You will estimate costs for proposed R&D projects, development and coordination of project management plans, followed by execution and oversight of funded projects. You will provide organizational representation to stakeholders, publication of technical reports, scholarly papers, and journal articles, workload and project planning, scheduling, and budgeting.