Senior Water Resources Engineer


This role can be based out of any one of our five offices – Collingwood, Milton, Guelph, Toronto, or Bradford.

Your Impact:

Crozier is looking for an experienced Intermediate to Senior Water Resources Engineer to join our growing team.

As a Water Resources Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical leadership and expertise in the planning, design, and implementation of water resources projects. You will collaborate with a diverse team to develop sustainable and innovative solutions and designs for multi-disciplinary projects, including hydraulic modelling for various residential, commercial and industrial projects.

How you will contribute to the team:

  • Collaborate with Project Managers to identify project requirements and relay same to internal design teams, which includes engineers, CETs, EITs, and other technical professionals.
  • Develop project proposals, timelines and specifications in conjunction with Project Managers.
  • Prepare detailed water resources modelling, designs, and studies for a wide variety of residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation projects, including sub watershed plans, functional servicing reports, floodplain assessments, capacity studies, erosion control and storm water management studies.
  • Participate on various project teams to identify requirements, prepare and modify plans/designs, technical reports and submission to support projects through various municipal and provincial approvals, assisting our clients in advancing projects toward completion.
  • Provide technical guidance and mentorship to junior employees.
  • Review designs and deliverables for quality control.
  • Assist with client relations and liaise with professional colleagues and municipal/agency staff to move projects forward.

What you bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, or a relatable degree.
  • Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) licensed in Ontario with a minimum of 10 years relevant water resources experience, preferably in a consulting engineering environment.
  • Working knowledge of land development principles and municipal requirements within the Province of Ontario.
  • Enhanced knowledge of requirements of reviewing agencies such as Conservation Authorities, and Niagara Escarpment Commission (NEC).
  • Experience in the following areas: storm water management, modelling & design, and earthworks/servicing.
  • Experience with HEC-RAS, Visual Otthymo, SWMHYMO and PCSWMM modelling software.
  • 1D and 2D floodplain experience and hydraulic/hydrologic modelling experience.
  • Strong communication and report writing skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple project timelines.

Crozier is committed to providing equal opportunity to candidates of all abilities. If you require accommodation, please contact our Human Resources team and we will work with you to provide accessibility support.

We thank all applicants for your interest in Crozier, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.