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RRC Power & Energy

About RRC Power & Energy

RRC Power & Energy is a unique engineering and consulting firm specializing in the energy industry with an established reputation in renewable resource projects.

Denver, CO: AutoCAD/PV Designer

RRC is seeking a talented AutoCAD/PV Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production in the Denver, CO area. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Utilize AutoCAD Design Suite to design wind and solar utility-scale generation projects, including creating and editing layouts, details, sections, elevations, electrical schematics, and other detailed drawings
• Incorporate geolocation information to projects, generate shape files and KMZ files, and maintain proper drafting scales
• Work with a team of engineers and designers to deliver detailed drawing packages for wind and solar projects in accordance with project schedule
• Provide leadership in solar design work to support clients and continually work to advance PV design capability and incorporation to conventional drafting and design

Job Requirements
•AS Degree in Drafting/Design
• 2 years of related experience in AutoCAD, GIS, Civil3D and/or AutoCAD Map3D
• Experience in Photovoltaic design, installation, analysis, and/or project management
• Understanding of GCR, Pitch, and utility scale experience
• Strong AutoCAD skills with experience utilizing layers, blocks, coordinate systems, and associative dimensioning while abiding by company and industry drafting standards
• Excellent computer skills, including AutoCAD and Microsoft Excel
• Work as part of a dynamic and evolving team!
• Ability to learn and grow in a fast-moving environment

Desired Skills
• Renewable energy interest
• PVsyst experience
• Design management experience
• AutoDesk Inventor experience
• Electrical design and power system design experience including familiarity with the National Electric Code
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to develop and implement standards and structured programs

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Denver, CO: Solar Project Engineer

RRC is seeking a talented Solar Project Engineer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production in the Denver, CO area. The chosen candidate will schedule, plan, forecast, resource, and manage technical activities for project accuracy and quality from conception to completion.

Essential Responsibilities
• Prepare, schedule, coordinate, and monitor assigned engineering projects
• Monitor compliance with applicable codes, practices, QA/QC policies, performance standards, and specifications
• Interact daily with clients to interpret their needs and requirements while representing them in the field
• Perform overall project QC (budgets, schedules, plans, personnel performance) and report regularly on project status
• Assign responsibilities and mentor project teams
• Cooperate and communicate effectively with the project manager and other project participants while providing technical support
• Review engineering deliverables and initiate appropriate corrective actions
• Facilitate and support company solar PV and battery storage efforts
• Assist in the creation of project metrics and feedback loops of lessons learned and historic costs
• Provide timely responses to field construction needs
• Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements
• B.S. in Electrical, Civil or Mechanical Engineering from an ABET Accredited University
• Registered Professional Engineer (PE) License
• Experience with civil and electrical engineering
• Working knowledge of structural engineering as it pertains to solar projects
• Working knowledge of high voltage electrical design and SCADA systems
• Experience as a project engineer or design engineer on solar projects
• Knowledge of the renewable energy industry relating to utility-scale wind and solar projects
• Ability to work on multi-discipline projects
• Excellent time management and organization skills
• Proven ability to work under pressure and on tight deadlines
• Ability to efficiently communicate and report at all internal and external levels
• Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook with advanced MS Office skills
• Familiarity with industry rules, regulations, best practices, and performance standards
• Project management, leadership, and supervision skills
• Strong organizational skills
• A deep passion for renewable energy and energy storage
• Ability to travel as required to meet the execution needs of projects, up to 25%

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Contracts Analyst/Manager

RRC is seeking a talented Contracts Analyst/Manager to help us build the future of U.S. renewable energy production from our Round Rock, Texas office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Develop strategies to support contract negotiations in alignment with business initiatives and objectives
• Ensure contracts are negotiated and administered in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and internal policies and procedures
• Advise management on contractual rights and obligations
• Provide general training and support to clients, staff, and management
• Answer complex inquiries as needed
• Research, analyze, and complete moderate to high risk contract negotiation and administration
• Support activities related to contract management
• Draft amendments, addenda, and other documents as required
• Assist operational groups in interpreting contract terms and conditions
• Mitigate privacy and information security risks when sharing data with clients
• Perform special projects and other duties as assigned by supervisor

Job Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in an appropriate field of study
• 3 to 5 years of relevant experience in reviewing and negotiating contracts
• Experience in the engineering or construction industry
• Familiarity with legal, contractual, and vendor/sourcing related concepts, practices, and procedures
• Build strong relationships with stakeholders at all levels both internally and externally
• Detail-oriented with strong problem-solving skills
• Identify, analyze, and resolve problems while driving solutions to completion
• Work under minimal supervision and manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously while meeting demanding deadlines
• Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
• Effective interpersonal skills
• Convey complex information in a way that others can readily follow
• Excellent planning and organizational skills
• Prioritize workload while balancing the need for an immediate response with accuracy and completeness of information
• Proficient PC knowledge and the use of standard software packages, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Entry Level AutoCAD Civil 3D Designer

RRC is seeking a talented Entry Level AutoCAD Civil 3D Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Round Rock, Texas office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Create drawings using AutoCAD Civil 3D tools
• Create civil designs for the wind and solar industry including site planning, access road layout, erosion control layout, site constraint layout, and construction support
• Manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Deliver civil engineering designs and optimization in accordance with applicable codes, standards, and industry practices
• Manage day-to-day assigned projects­
• Plan, define project tasks, schedule, and deliver on-time execution of civil design scope of work and project deliverables
• Work closely with RRC Project Engineers and Senior Civil Designers in the successful execution of work
• Be responsive to the needs of the client and project requirements

Job Requirements
• College degree in CAD or Drafting Design
• 5+ years of AutoCAD experience
• 3 years of Civil 3D experience and civil design experience
• Working knowledge of Civil 3D label styles, sheet set manager, and drawing setup
• Working understanding of alignments and sheet production
• Attention to detail and ability to follow CAD standards while performing accurate drafting and annotation tasks
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to work independently and collaborate as a team member
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
• Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills with emphasis on client service
• Self-starter with independent judgment
• Multi-tasking capabilities with the ability to change focus quickly
• Possess valid U.S. State Driver’s License
• Minimum travel required including occasional site visits
• Sitting is involved for most of the day while in the office, but a raised desk workstation is available
• Minimal lifting requirement of 20 pounds or less on an infrequent basis
• Additional duties as required

Additional information
• A limited relocation package is available
• Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Field Geotechnical Technician/Geologist (Travel)

RRC is seeking a qualified Geotechnical Engineering Field Technician/Geologist (Travel) to support RRC’s projects throughout the United States. This position is based in RRC’s Round Rock, Texas office.

Essential Responsibilities
• Perform fieldwork for geotechnical subsurface investigation programs and geophysical surveys under specific work instructions provided by the engineering staff
• Fieldwork will include geotechnical drilling and sampling, visual field reconnaissance, soil and rock logging, and geophysical surveys including performing seismic surveys, earth electrical resistivity surveys, and other appropriate surveys as directed by a project geophysicist
• Observation and documentation of geotechnical construction activities
• Perform construction material testing/inspection during construction phases
• Perform other engineering activities as required

Job Requirements
• BS or Associate degree in Civil Engineering, Geology, or Geophysics preferred
• High school diploma required
• Willing to travel and work in various site conditions and project locations throughout the United States – please note that extensive travel (95-100%) will be required
• Proficiency with MS Office computer programs
• Previous experience in outdoor/field working/driving conditions is preferred
• Previous experience in Geotechnical drilling/sampling and construction material testing in soil and concrete is preferred
• Willing to relocate to RRC’s Round Rock, TX office
• Valid driver license and a clean driving record are required
• Applicant must have good verbal and written communication skills and the ability to lead or be part of a project team
• We are looking for motivated individuals who understand the value of working toward success by delivering the highest quality services to our clients

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Financial Controller

RRC is seeking a talented Financial Controller to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Round Rock, TX office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the changing energy production landscape.

We are looking for motivated individuals who understand the value of working toward success by delivering the highest quality services to our clients. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, including comprehensive health, dental/vision and life insurance, 401k matching, PTO/holiday pay, tuition assistance program and bonus eligibility.

Essential Responsibilities
• Manage all accounting operations including billing, A/R, A/P, GL and counsel, cost accounting, inventory accounting, and revenue recognition
• Coordinate and direct the preparation of the budget, financial forecasts, and report variances
• Prepare and publish timely monthly financial statements
• Coordinate the preparation of regulatory reporting
• Research technical accounting issues for compliance
• Support month-end and year-end close process
• Ensure quality control over financial transactions and financial reporting
• Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings
• Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls
• Additional controller duties as necessary

Job Requirements
• Proven working experience as a Financial Controller
• 5+ years of overall combined accounting and finance experience
• Advanced degree in Accounting
• CPA or CMA preferred
• Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures
• Experience with creating financial statements
• Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year end close process
• Excellent accounting software user and administration skills
• Strong analytical and communication skills
• Proficiency with MS Office computer programs especially excel experience
• Strong attention to detail and organizational skills required
• Ability to multi-task and coordinate multiple tasks/projects
• Quick learner and self-motivated
• Competence with numbers and bookkeeping with problem-solving skills
• High level of general computer literacy, specifically with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Windows 10
• Good with technology and able to learn new programs easily
• Ability to work independently and manage several projects at various stages of completion

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Geotechnical Engineer-in-Training (E.I.T.)

RRC is seeking a qualified Geotechnical Engineer-in-Training (EIT) to support RRC’s projects throughout the United States. This position is based in RRC’s Round Rock, Texas office.

Essential Responsibilities
• Perform fieldwork for geotechnical subsurface investigation programs and geophysical surveys for RRC’s projects under specific work instructions as provided by project managers, including geotechnical drilling and sampling, visual field reconnaissance, soil, and rock logging, and geophysical surveys. This also includes communication and interaction with drilling contractors and clients
• Observation and documentation of geotechnical construction activities and perform construction material testing/inspection during construction phases
• Under the supervision of RRC’s senior geotechnical staff, perform geotechnical engineering tasks including review of soil and bedrock samples, review in-situ and laboratory test results, shallow and deep foundation design calculations, settlement calculations, slope stability, and other conventional geotechnical engineering calculations
• Perform other engineering activities as required

Job Requirements
• Strong analytical and communication skills
• A good understanding of soil mechanics, geology, and/or geophysical surveys
• Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Geotechnical engineering. Master’s degree is preferred
• Willing to work in outdoor conditions and travel to various project locations throughout the United States. Please note that extensive travel (50 to 75%) to the ongoing RRC Project sites, located throughout the United States will be required during the first two years
• Proficiency with MS Office computer programs. Familiarity with gINT, GIS mapping programs, Slope/W, and LPile software is plus
• Willing to relocate to RRC’s Round Rock, TX Office
• Valid driver license and a clean driving record

We are looking for motivated individuals who understand the value of working toward success by delivering the highest quality services to our clients. RRC offers a competitive salary and benefits, including health and dental insurance, 401k matching, and bonus eligibility.

Round Rock, TX: Mid-Level Geotechnical Engineer/Project Manager

RRC is seeking a talented Mid-Level Geotechnical Engineer and Project Manager with a minimum of 4 years of experience in energy, industrial, or transportation projects to join our team in Round Rock, Texas.

Job Requirements
• Professional Engineering (PE) registration
• 4 or more years of geotechnical experience in energy, industrial, or transportation
• Good verbal and written communication skills
• Complete understanding of field and laboratory testing
• Hands-on experience with construction material testing and inspection
• Familiarity with geotechnical standards and requirements
• Ability to lead and be part of a project team
• Experience resolving geotechnical issues during the construction phase
• Geotechnical design software package experience
• Project management and marketing skills are desired
• An entrepreneurial and motivated individual who understands the value of working toward success by delivering the highest quality of services to our clients
• Strong analytical skills and advanced understanding of the soils mechanics and geology topics preferred
• Position may require 10% travel time to construction project sites in the United States
• MSCE with a Geotechnical Engineering emphasis is a plus
• Experience with Pile Drivability Evaluation with GRLWEAP, pile load tests, PDA, dynamic pile capacity analysis using CAPWAP is a plus

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Senior Geotechnical Engineer

RRC is seeking a talented Senior Geotechnical Engineer with a minimum of 8 years of experience in energy, industrial, or transportation projects to join our team in Round Rock, Texas.

Essential Responsibilities
• Serve as a senior engineering lead/project manager for utility-scale wind and solar energy projects
• Oversee the planning and execution of subsurface investigation and the laboratory testing program for site characterization
• Perform complex geotechnical engineering and soil-structure analyses for evaluation of shallow and deep foundation systems, earthwork recommendations, dewatering during construction, slope stability, and access roadway design
• Develop and review calculations packages and geotechnical report and design memoranda, prepare design specifications, and perform research for new concepts and technologies
• Review project specifications and develop a scope of work, schedules, and budgetary estimates for proposals
• Mentor mid-level and entry-level engineering staff
• Coordinate with the multi-disciplinary design team, subcontractors, and clients

Job Requirements
• Bachelor of Science in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering
• Professional Engineering (PE) registration
• Minimum of 8 years of experience
• Master of Science in Civil Engineering with Geotechnical Engineering emphasis is a plus
• Active NCEES Record is a plus
• Strong analytical skills and advanced understanding of the soils mechanics and geology topics
• Familiarity with geotechnical standards and requirements
• In-depth knowledge of geotechnical subsurface explorations, laboratory, and in-situ testing
• Hands-on experience with construction material testing and inspection, and experience with construction services during construction
• Experience in shallow and deep foundation engineering analysis, technical report writing, and review of engineering contract documents
• Experience performing and delivering large geotechnical engineering projects and providing technical leadership
• Experience with Pile Drivability Evaluation with GRLWEAP, pile load tests, PDA, and dynamic pile capacity analysis using CAPWAP
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Strong project management skills

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Water Resources Project Manager

RRC is seeking a talented Water Resources Project Manager to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Round Rock, Texas office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Perform large complex hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the development of wind and solar projects
• Perform analysis and design of stormwater drainage systems including culvert design, roadway low water crossings, stormwater detention, floodplains, scour analysis, and more
• Perform stormwater quality and erosion mitigation analysis and design
• Manage and oversee the work of the Hydrology and Hydraulics (H&H) designers
• Assist in the direction of other technical staff to produce quality H&H models, analyses, and cost-effective designs
• Prepare H&H reports summarizing the model(s) and results
• Mentor and train junior level staff in H&H modeling concepts and principles
• Develop H&H analysis standardized processes, standards, and best practices
• Work closely with the Civil Team Lead and CAD Manager to improve quality and efficiency
• Be responsive to the needs of the client and project requirements

Job Requirements
• Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering
• P.E. license in the state of Texas (or ability to obtain within two months of hire)
• 5–10 years of strong experience in engineering drainage design and hydrologic/ hydraulic concepts and modeling
• Strong technical writing and communication skills
• Proficient with HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, and GIS
• Technical experience with 2D modeling software packages such as FLO2D
• Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D
• Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills required to build relationships with team members
• 5% travel may be expected to jobsites for site visits and/or client meetings and may include overnight stays for several days

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: AutoCAD/PV Designer

RRC is seeking a talented AutoCAD/PV Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, OR office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Utilize AutoCAD Design Suite to design wind and solar utility-scale generation projects, including creating and editing layouts, details, sections, elevations, electrical schematics, and other detailed drawings
• Incorporate geolocation information to projects, generate shape files and KMZ files, and maintain proper drafting scales
• Work with a team of engineers and designers to deliver detailed drawing packages for wind and solar projects in accordance with project schedule
• Provide leadership in solar design work to support clients and continually work to advance PV design capability and incorporation to conventional drafting and design

Job Requirements
•AS Degree in Drafting/Design
• 2 years of related experience in AutoCAD, GIS, Civil3D and/or AutoCAD Map3D
• Experience in Photovoltaic design, installation, analysis, and/or project management
• Understanding of GCR, Pitch, and utility scale experience
• Strong AutoCAD skills with experience utilizing layers, blocks, coordinate systems, and associative dimensioning while abiding by company and industry drafting standards
• Excellent computer skills, including AutoCAD and Microsoft Excel
• Work as part of a dynamic and evolving team!
• Ability to learn and grow in a fast-moving environment

Desired Skills
• Renewable energy interest
• PVsyst experience
• Design management experience
• AutoDesk Inventor experience
• Electrical design and power system design experience including familiarity with the National Electric Code
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to develop and implement standards and structured programs

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: AutoCAD Operator/Drafter

RRC is seeking a talented AutoCAD Operator/Drafter to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, OR office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Utilize AutoCAD Map3D, Civil3D and/or AutoCAD Lt along with Sheet Set Manager to preform sheet work and minor reference edits
• Help maintain tables and other non .dwg files for use in sheet set
• Assist designers in setting up sheets and maintaining sheet mark ups
• Help with drafting standards implementation and details filing

Job Requirements
• AS Degree in Drafting/Design
• 2+ years of related experience in AutoCAD
• Strong AutoCAD skills with experience utilizing layers, blocks, coordinate systems, and associative dimensioning while abiding by company and industry drafting standards
• Excellent computer skills, including AutoCAD and Microsoft Excel
• Work as part of a dynamic and evolving team!

Desired Skills
• Solar/wind or electrical design experience
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to help implement and adhere to standards and structured programs

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: Civil/Structural Designer

RRC is seeking a talented Civil/Structural Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, OR office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Work with engineers and designers to deliver civil/structural designs for the power delivery industry including structural steel and foundation designs, oil containment, grading, access road, and erosion and sediment control designs
• Manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Deliver civil/structural engineering designs and optimization in accordance with standards and industry practices
• Manage day-to-day assigned tasks
• Plan, define project tasks, schedule, and deliver on-time execution of civil/structural design scope of work and project deliverables
• Work closely with project engineers and designers in a team environment
• Be responsive to the needs of the team, client, and project requirements

Job Requirements
• Associate’s Degree in CAD or Drafting Design
• 3+ years of AutoCAD/Microstation experience
• 3+ years of Civil 3D and civil design experience
• Autodesk Inventor experience a plus
• Attention to detail and ability to follow CAD standards
• Proficient in Microsoft Office
• Strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently and collaborate as a team member
• Self-starter with independent judgement
• Multi-tasking capabilities with the ability to change focus quickly
• Possess valid U.S. State Driver’s License
• Minimal travel required
• Minimum lifting requirement of 20 pounds or less on an infrequent basis

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: Entry Level AutoCAD Civil 3D Designer

RRC is seeking a talented Entry Level AutoCAD Civil 3D Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, OR office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Create drawings using AutoCAD Civil 3D tools
• Create civil designs for the wind and solar industry including site planning, access road layout, erosion control layout, site constraint layout, and construction support
• Manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Deliver civil engineering designs and optimization in accordance with applicable codes, standards, and industry practices
• Manage day-to-day assigned projects­
• Plan, define project tasks, schedule, and deliver on-time execution of civil design scope of work and project deliverables
• Work closely with RRC Project Engineers and Senior Civil Designers in the successful execution of work
• Be responsive to the needs of the client and project requirements

Job Requirements
• College degree in CAD or Drafting Design
• 5+ years of AutoCAD experience
• 3 years of Civil 3D experience and civil design experience
• Working knowledge of Civil 3D label styles, sheet set manager, and drawing setup
• Working understanding of alignments and sheet production
• Attention to detail and ability to follow CAD standards while performing accurate drafting and annotation tasks
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to work independently and collaborate as a team member
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
• Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills with emphasis on client service
• Self-starter with independent judgment
• Multi-tasking capabilities with the ability to change focus quickly
• Possess valid U.S. State Driver’s License
• Minimum travel required including occasional site visits
• Sitting is involved for most of the day while in the office, but a raised desk workstation is available
• Minimal lifting requirement of 20 pounds or less on an infrequent basis
• Additional duties as required

Additional information
• A limited relocation package is available
• Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: Junior SCADA Engineer

RRC is seeking a talented Junior SCADA Engineer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, Oregon office.

Essential Responsibilities
• Assist Sr. Engineers in developing control and integration solutions for customers
• Responsible for troubleshooting and field testing of SCADA panels
• Execute SCADA projects including PLC/SCADA programming and database configuration
• Position requires some travel, including potential international travel, to job sites

Job Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Control System Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or a related engineering discipline
• 2-4 years of industry experience, preferably in the renewable energy industry
• Knowledge of industrial communication protocols, such as Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, DNP3.0, Ethernet/IP
• Knowledge of Communication Networking, IP, TCP, firewall/router configuration, etc.
• Proven ability to work under pressure, be flexible, and accommodate tight deadlines
• Proven ability to take initiative researching and solving problems, multitasking, and escalating issues when appropriate
• Good communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to efficiently communicate and report at all levels
• Familiarity with IEC 61131 based programming languages (ladder logic, structured text)
• Familiarity with SEL RTAC/Allen Bradley ControlLogix platform a plus
• Previous experience with Industrial SCADA platforms (GE Cimplicity, Wonderware, Ignition, etc.)
• Previous experience configuring industrial gateways/field IO a plus
• Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Outlook
• Candidates with previous internship experience preferred
• Ability to travel up to 30%

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: Network Engineering Designer

RRC is seeking a talented Network Engineering Designer to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, Oregon office. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the changing energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Develop network diagrams for renewable energy projects
• Conduct network equipment testing and commissioning
• Troubleshoot and field test network equipment
• Design SCADA communication related drawings
• Deliver IT support for Tualatin, OR office as needed

Job Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Automation Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or other related engineering discipline
• CCNA & CCNP certifications
• 4+ year experience in network design and security, preferable in power and renewable energy industry
• 2+ years’ experience with MS Server and VM Sphere
• 2+ years’ experience with AWS or equivalent
• Experience with CISCO, MOXA equipment
• Proven ability to work under pressure and with tight deadlines
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Efficiently communicate and report at all levels
• Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Outlook
• Candidates with previous SCADA related experience preferred
• Ability to travel up to 15%, including potential international travel to job sites

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Tualatin, OR: Senior Project Manager, Wind & Solar

RRC is seeking a talented Sr. Project Manager, Wind & Solar to help us build the future of U.S. energy production from our Tualatin, OR office. This position is responsible for the coordination, implementation, on-time execution, and quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) of multidiscipline designs for the renewable energy industry and general power engineering work on assigned projects.

The position requires a proven ability to interface with clients, review contracts and scope, lead other project managers, coordinate with other internal staff and disciplines, and a commitment to QA/QC, safety, and on-time deliverables. The position reports to the Electrical Engineering Group Manager and is responsible for managing a minimum of 3 project managers and assistant project managers while working with project engineers and clients to exceed expectations.

RRC offers great opportunities to our employees to grow and develop in their careers both professionally and personally. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Lead utility-scale wind and solar projects along with the RRC team
• Manage the full civil, electrical, substation, transmission, SCADA, structural, geotechnical, and survey designs/services of solar and wind projects including site planning (wind, solar, substation, transmission, etc.), access road layout, and construction support
• Build relationships with clients, manage client expectations with project engineers, coordinating multiple schedules, and monitor project performance
• Manage a minimum of 3 project managers and assistant project managers
• Develop proposals including writing and/or reviewing technical specifications, directing designers and drafters on drawing requirements, and developing clarifications and exceptions as well as technical responses
• Manage schedules, budgets, information flow, client needs, and coordination between internal teams
• Interface with internal and external team members such as electrical engineers, electrical designers, civil engineers, drafters, project managers, and support organizations
• Work with all disciplines to manage the flow of information
• Discuss project requirements with the client while delivering value engineering
• Monitor and control cost of design while managing client and team expectations
• Safeguard client needs and ensure expectations are clear
• Be available and responsive to clients and team members, even after normal work hours
• Understand and work collaboratively with different personalities and styles including motivating teams
• Review contracts and overall project accounting and billing and monitor cost of all electrical projects
• Mentor project coordinators and project managers
• Project scheduling
• Manage client relationships

Job Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with a minimum of 8 years of experience in the engineering consulting field
• Multidiscipline engineering management experience in electrical, civil, substation, transmission, solar, and/or wind
• Contract negotiation experience
• Personnel management experience and strong mentoring desire
• Ability to motivate people and collaborate in a team environment
• Self-motivated, organized, and able to manage multiple projects
• Ability to develop and implement standards and structured programs
• Good computer skills, including knowledge of client management software and Microsoft Project

Desired Skills
•Licensed Professional Engineer
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Engineering with a renewable energy focus
• Established renewable energy business client base
• Electrical utility experience
• Experience as a Project Manager in renewable energy systems such as Wind and PV solar systems
• PMP certification
• Battery Storage experience
• Construction experience

The applicant must have good verbal and written communication skills and the ability to lead or be part of a project team. We are looking for entrepreneurial and motivated individuals who understand the value of working toward success by delivering the highest quality services to our clients. In return, RRC expects to share the rewards of developing a successful business model.

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits
• Teambuilding activities

RRC Surveying

About RRC Surveying

RRC Surveying is a professional land surveying firm – we conduct surveys for a wide range of projects including oil field well locations and pipeline surveys, engineering surveys such as ALTA and topographic, and construction staking for wind, solar, and power facilities projects.

Houston, TX: Professional Land Surveyor

RRC is seeking a self-motivated Professional Land Surveyor to supervise, review, and sign survey drawings and documents in the Houston, TX area. The candidate must be familiar with federal, state, and local laws and requirements pertaining to surveying. The successful candidate will oversee all day-to-day survey operations and assist in the development of the survey division.

Essential Responsibilities
• Direct and perform all aspects of acquiring, processing, analyzing and compiling data to prepare maps, documents, and deliverables for the following: Boundary surveys, Topographic surveys, Control and design surveys, Plats, Records of Survey, ALTA/ACSM surveys, Lot line adjustments, Easement acquisitions
• Assist in the development of survey division
• Manage all day-to-day survey operations
• Submit applicable documents
• Perform office surveying tasks and occasional field related tasks

Job Requirements
• Registered Professional Land Surveyor in Texas
• Minimum of 3 years of experience supervising oil and gas, topographic, boundary, and ALTA surveys
• Working knowledge of Topcon/Trimble GPS survey equipment, Trimble Business Center, Survey Pro, and Carlson Survey or AutoCAD Civil 3D
• Construction staking experience
• Some travel may be required

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Drafter/Survey Technician

Ideal applicants will have a minimum of two years of experience as a Survey Technician/Drafter, preferably working with boundary and topographic surveys, well location drawings, pipeline plan and profiles, alignment sheets and right-of-way/easement plats. Familiarity with Carlson Survey/AutoCAD Civil 3D preferred. Knowledge of GIS applications a plus. Some travel may be required.

RRC offers a competitive salary and benefits, including health and dental insurance, 401k matching, and bonus eligibility. Applicants must be self-motivated, pass background and drug screening, and have a clean driving record.

Round Rock, TX: Professional Land Surveyor

RRC is seeking a self-motivated Professional Land Surveyor to supervise, review, and sign survey drawings and documents in the Round Rock, TX area. The candidate must be familiar with federal, state, and local laws and requirements pertaining to surveying. The successful candidate will oversee all day-to-day survey operations and assist in the development of the survey division.

Essential Responsibilities
• Direct and perform all aspects of acquiring, processing, analyzing and compiling data to prepare maps, documents, and deliverables for the following: Boundary surveys, Topographic surveys, Control and design surveys, Plats, Records of Survey, ALTA/ACSM surveys, Lot line adjustments, Easement acquisitions
• Assist in the development of survey division
• Manage all day-to-day survey operations
• Submit applicable documents
• Perform office surveying tasks and occasional field related tasks

Job Requirements
• Registered Professional Land Surveyor in Texas
• Minimum of 3 years of experience supervising oil and gas, topographic, boundary, and ALTA surveys
• Working knowledge of Topcon/Trimble GPS survey equipment, Trimble Business Center, Survey Pro, and Carlson Survey or AutoCAD Civil 3D
• Construction staking experience
• Some travel may be required

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

Round Rock, TX: Project Manager

RRC is seeking a talented Survey Project Manager to help us build the future of U.S. energy production in the San Antonio, Round Rock, and Houston, TX areas. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Manage land surveying projects for oil and gas, wind, and solar energy markets
• Work with field survey crews and office technicians to develop a high-performance team
• Create and build relationships with clients through proper management to meet schedule and budget goals
• Collaborate with staff in multiple RRC offices to accomplish complex, fast-paced projects
• Prepare survey scopes and cost estimates
• Prepare clear project task documentation and tracking
• Create and execute project work plans
• Establish project goals and oversee the QA/QC process

Job Requirements
• Comprehensive knowledge of ALTA, boundary, topographic, and construction surveys
• Knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D, Trimble Business Center, and Microsoft Office
• 5+ years of project management experience preferred
• Strong ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects simultaneously
• Strong managerial, communication, and problem-solving skills
• Proven ability to function in a self-directed and self-disciplined work environment
• Entrepreneurial mindset and problem-solving aptitude
• Ability to positively and professionally interact with colleagues, subordinates, and clients
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and engaged listening skills

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

San Antonio, TX: Drafter/Survey Technician

Ideal applicants will have a minimum of two years of experience as a Survey Technician/Drafter, preferably working with boundary and topographic surveys, well location drawings, pipeline plan and profiles, alignment sheets and right-of-way/easement plats. Familiarity with Carlson Survey/AutoCAD Civil 3D preferred. Knowledge of GIS applications a plus. Some travel may be required.

RRC offers a competitive salary and benefits, including health and dental insurance, 401k matching, and bonus eligibility. Applicants must be self-motivated, pass background and drug screening, and have a clean driving record.

San Antonio, TX: Professional Land Surveyor

RRC is seeking a self-motivated Professional Land Surveyor to supervise, review, and sign survey drawings and documents in the San Antonio, TX area. The candidate must be familiar with federal, state, and local laws and requirements pertaining to surveying. The successful candidate will oversee all day-to-day survey operations and assist in the development of the survey division.

Essential Responsibilities
• Direct and perform all aspects of acquiring, processing, analyzing and compiling data to prepare maps, documents, and deliverables for the following: Boundary surveys, Topographic surveys, Control and design surveys, Plats, Records of Survey, ALTA/ACSM surveys, Lot line adjustments, Easement acquisitions
• Assist in the development of survey division
• Manage all day-to-day survey operations
• Submit applicable documents
• Perform office surveying tasks and occasional field related tasks

Job Requirements
• Registered Professional Land Surveyor in Texas
• Minimum of 3 years of experience supervising oil and gas, topographic, boundary, and ALTA surveys
• Working knowledge of Topcon/Trimble GPS survey equipment, Trimble Business Center, Survey Pro and Carlson Survey or AutoCAD Civil 3D
• Construction staking experience
• Some travel may be required

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

San Antonio, TX: Project Manager

RRC is seeking a talented Survey Project Manager to help us build the future of U.S. energy production in the San Antonio, Round Rock, and Houston, TX areas. This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of the evolving energy production landscape.

Essential Responsibilities
• Manage land surveying projects for oil and gas, wind, and solar energy markets
• Work with field survey crews and office technicians to develop a high-performance team
• Create and build relationships with clients through proper management to meet schedule and budget goals
• Collaborate with staff in multiple RRC offices to accomplish complex, fast-paced projects
• Prepare survey scopes and cost estimates
• Prepare clear project task documentation and tracking
• Create and execute project work plans
• Establish project goals and oversee the QA/QC process

Job Requirements
• Comprehensive knowledge of ALTA, boundary, topographic, and construction surveys
• Knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D, Trimble Business Center, and Microsoft Office
• 5+ years of project management experience preferred
• Strong ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects simultaneously
• Strong managerial, communication, and problem-solving skills
• Proven ability to function in a self-directed and self-disciplined work environment
• Entrepreneurial mindset and problem-solving aptitude
• Ability to positively and professionally interact with colleagues, subordinates, and clients
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and engaged listening skills

Benefits
RRC is committed to investing in talented employees because we recognize that healthy, happy employees provide the best path to sustaining a successful business. RRC offers competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees, including:
• Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance
• Health, dental, and vision insurance
• 401k matching
• Bonus eligibility
• Tuition reimbursement for certain pre-approved education pursuits

No recruiters or staffing firms, please.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.