Careers

Princeton Hydro welcomes individuals with expertise in natural resource management who are capable of creative problem-solving within a collaborative atmosphere. We are always looking for opportunities to team-up with people who vary in experience from recent college graduates to established professionals.  

Our staffing interests include civil engineers (with a water resource focus), geotechnical engineers, coastal engineers and geologists, terrestrial and aquatic ecologists, geologists/hydrogeologists, limnologists, GIS professionals, planners, invasive species control technicians and professionals, construction inspection personnel, landscape architects, and more! Even if a specific position is not listed below, there may still be opportunities within the company for the right people with the right skillset.

We encourage you to submit a resume and cover letter if you're interested in working with us. 

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit a digital resume and cover letter of interest to ddaleo@princetonhydro.com, with subject line either matching the listed position below, or one of other positions that are included in the above list of professional types.

Princeton Hydro is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and offers competitive salary packages commensurate with experience. Details of the Princeton Hydro benefit package will be shared with qualified candidates. All inquiries will be handled confidentially. No phone calls or third parties, please.

CURRENTLY SEEKING:  

 

GIS AND GEOSPATIAL ANALYST PROFESSIONAL/PROJECT MANAGER   
Princeton Hydro, LLC is looking for immediate hire, an enthusiastic and diversely experienced ecologist
or geographer with primary expertise in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial technology
for our Ringoes, NJ office.
The successful candidate will be passionate, energetic and organized, and be willing to work on technical
projects, as well as manage projects and junior staff, and work in a team environment.
This position requires interaction with engineers, scientists, ecologists, regulators, contractors and clients,
focusing primarily on the analysis, modeling, and design. This is an exciting and highly rewarding career
opportunity.
Qualified candidates must be willing to live our firm’s basic core values of 1) integrity, 2) creativity, 3)
endeavoring to be the best, 4) fostering human potential, and 5) a positive working atmosphere.
Cooperative spirit is a key characteristic for which we are looking. A passion for, and devotion to the
profession is an absolute must.
MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science in ecology or geography.
 Ability to manage specific projects/tasks at the direction of Princeton Hydro’s various Practice Area
Leads; these projects and tasks will be closely coordinated between offices to ensure successful
completion of the various deliverables
 An understanding of water budget theory and implementation, and hydrologic modeling using GIS
tools, and more specifically an expert in the use of ArcGIS
 Experience in the analysis and understanding of sea level rise
 Floodplain Management rules and regulations
 Watershed studies
 Ability and knowledge of the latest sources of data (public and privately held), including LiDAR,
topographic and ecological data.
 Talent and expertise in the production of aesthetically professional maps and illustrations that provide
clarity to the data for highly trained experts, but also provide an understandable presentation for the
lay person
 Capability to oversee junior staff, including QA/QC of work products and day-to- day schedule
management/timesheet review
 At least 7 years of experience in the management of GIS based projects.
 Strong organizational, research and technical writing skills are required
 Ability to work in challenging outdoor settings is mandatory for data collection as necessitated by
projects
 Must be able to work in team settings as well as independently with minimal supervision and direction
 Ability to work in team settings and communicate effectively with clients and colleagues
DESIRED EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master degree in ecology, geography, geospatial analysis or other related degree.
 AutoCAD, including Civil 3D
 MicroStation
 Experience in Total Station and/or GPS surveying
 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) impact analysis
PROJECT MANAGER - WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING   

Updated March 21, 2017

Princeton Hydro, LLC is looking for immediate hire, an enthusiastic and diversely experienced Water Resources Engineer who is highly qualified in the design of natural systems and available to work in the Company's Annapolis, MD office. 

The successful candidate will be passionate, energetic and possess experience in the areas of project/program management, engineering design with an emphasis on stream and wetland restoration, regulatory compliance and permitting for restoration projects, fluvial geomorphology, and construction estimating.

This position requires interaction with engineers, scientists, ecologists, regulators, contractors and clients, focusing primarily on the analysis, modeling, design, permitting and construction oversight for a variety of water resource projects. This is an exciting and highly rewarding career opportunity.

Qualified candidates must be willing to live our firm’s basic core values of 1) integrity, 2) creativity, 3) endeavoring to be the best, 4) fostering human potential, and 5) a positive working atmosphere.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental or Bioenvironmental Engineering from ABET accredited university
  • Engineering-in-Training or Fundamentals-of-Engineering certification
  • Ability to manage specific projects/tasks at the direction of Princeton Hydro’s various Practice Area Leads; these projects and tasks will be closely coordinated between offices to ensure successful completion of the various deliverables
  • Be a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively with our strategic business partners in the region to generate new business
  • Experience with and the ability to work on proposals, concept plans and general cost estimates for planned future work
  • Capability to oversee junior staff in the Maryland regional office, including QA/QC of work products and day-to-day schedule management/timesheet review
  • At least 5 years of design experience in ecosystem restoration with emphasis on identifying, planning, designing and permitting wetland and stream restoration projects
  • Green infrastructure and/or stormwater management design and implementation experience
  • Knowledge of state, federal and regional regulatory compliance related to aquatic ecosystem restoration, Forest Conservation, mitigation and/or TMDL/MS4 compliance (Maryland experience preferred)
  • Strong organizational, research and technical writing skills are required
  • Ability to work in challenging outdoor settings is mandatory
  • Must be able to work in team settings as well as independently with minimal supervision and direction
  • Ability to work in team settings and communicate effectively with clients and colleagues
  • A passion for and devotion to the profession   
DESIRED EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
  • AutoCAD, including Civil 3D
  • MicroStation
  • H&H computer models, including HydroCAD, HEC-HMS, and HEC-RAS
  • Experience in Total Station and/or GPS surveying

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Senior PROJECT MANAGER - WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING    

Updated March 21, 2017

Princeton Hydro, LLC is looking for immediate hire, an enthusiastic and diversely experienced Water Resources Engineer who is highly qualified in the design of natural systems and available to work in the Company's Ringoes, NJ office.

The successful candidate will be passionate, energetic and possess high-level experience in the areas of project/program management, engineering design with an emphasis on stream and wetland restoration, regulatory compliance and permitting for restoration projects, fluvial geomorphology, and construction estimating.

This position requires regular interaction with engineers, scientists, ecologists, regulators, contractors and clients, focusing primarily on the analysis, modeling, design, permitting and construction oversight for a variety of water resource projects. This is an exciting and highly rewarding career opportunity.

Qualified candidates must be willing to live our firm’s basic core values of 1) integrity, 2) creativity, 3) endeavoring to be the best, 4) fostering human potential, and 5) a positive working atmosphere.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, or Bioenvironmental Engineering from ABET accredited university
  • Licensed to practice professional engineering in NJ or the ability to obtain reciprocity licensing in a reasonable timeframe
  • Ability to manage specific projects/tasks at the direction of Princeton Hydro’s Director of Engineering Services in the practice area of dams, urban streams, wetlands and wastewater
  • Ability to develop proposals and grant applications for exisiting and potential clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region – business development focus will be primarily on new client leads and some client maintenance
  • Ability to multi-task and work on projects requiring close coordination between offices to ensure successful completion of the various deliverables
  • Ability to work on proposals, concept plans, and general cost estimates for planned future work
  • Ability to oversee engineering project managers and junior engineering staff in the Ringoes office, including QA/QC of work products and day-to-day schedule management/timesheet review
  • Day-to-day schedule management for all projects and tasks assigned
  • 5 to 10 years of design experience in ecosystem restoration with emphasis on identifying, planning, designing and permitting wetland and stream restoration projects
  • Green infrastructure and/or stormwater management design and implementation experience is a plus
  • Knowledge of state, federal and regional regulatory compliance related to aquatic ecosystem restoration throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region is a plus
  • Strong organizational, research and technical writing skills are required
  • Ability to work in team settings as well as independently with minimal supervision and direction
  • A passion for and devotion to the profession
DESIRED EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
  • AutoCAD, including Civil 3D
  • MicroStation
  • H&H computer models, including HydroCAD, HEC-HMS, and HEC-RAS
  • Experience in Total Station and/or GPS surveying
  • Ability to provide expert testimony at Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustment/Hearing Boards, as well as for litigation efforts
WETLAND ECOLOGIST  

Updated March 9, 2017

Princeton Hydro, LLC seeks a qualified mid-level Wetland Ecologist for our Ringoes, New Jersey office.

Candidates should have 3 to 5 years of experience with wetland permitting and delineation. Candidates should, at a minimum, possess a Bachelor of Science in ecology, biology, soil science or another related environmental science. Candidates are expected to be able to delineate wetlands in accordance with both the Corps and Federal Manual, prepare permit applications and environmental impact assessments, and possess a strong knowledge of wetland plant communities.

Other desirable skills include the ability to perform endangered and threatened species surveys for either plants or animals, an understanding of wetland functional assessment, the ability to do water budgets or a strong understanding of ecological risk assessment. Certification as a Professional Wetland Scientist by the Society of Wetland Scientists is a plus.  

MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor of Science in natural resources, ecology, biology, soil science or related science
  • 3 to 5 years of experience with wetland permitting and delineation
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to produce high quality   written reports and oral presentations at hearings
  • Demonstrated experience in wetland ecology, federal and state permitting, impact assessment, environmental planning, biological inventories and wetland restoration
  • Construction oversight and permit compliance monitoring
  • Work both independently and as a key component of our team
  • Willingness to perform various field work activities as described above
  • Possess a valid driver’s license.
Princeton Hydro, LLC is an award winning water resources consulting firm that specializes in all areas of water and wetland resource management and geotechnical engineering.  Since 1998, Princeton Hydro, LLC. has provided unparalleled consulting services in the assessment, restoration, and management of our important natural resources. The expertise of our highly experienced staff is reflected in our ability to deliver innovative, comprehensive ecosystem-based solutions.  Princeton Hydro has offices in NJ, PA, CT, and MD. The company provides ecological, environmental, and engineering services in the private, commercial and government sectors within the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. 

To apply for this position, please send resumes to both ddaleo@princetonhydro.com and mgallagher@princetonhydro.com


Geotechnical Engineer/Construction Project Manager  


Updated December 12, 2016

Princeton Hydro, LLC is looking for a mid-level Geotechnical Engineer and Construction Project Manager available to work primarily at the Company's Sicklerville, NJ office.

Applicants should have a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a concentration (or extra course work) in geotechnical engineering. Preference will be given to those applicants with a Master of Science. At minimum, an Engineer-In-Training (EIT) certification is required. New Jersey Professional Engineering Licensure or the ability to obtain licensure is preferred.   

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successful responsibility both in terms of increased project complexity and project role (i.e., project engineer-to-project manager, client contact progression, budget responsibility, etc.), as well as technical deliverable preparation. The ability to independently solve engineering problems, concerns, or conflicts and take on a project ownership role is essential.  

A minimum of 4-to-6 years of relevant experience and progressive responsibility within several areas with the following areas being required: performance of geotechnical field investigations (e.g., observing and logging test borings, test pits, evaluation of seasonal high water table, performing infiltration testing), geotechnical and construction field inspection (e.g., subgrade, foundations, earthwork, stormwater management facilities, concrete, pavement, masonry, structural steel, etc.), performance or familiarity with soils laboratory testing, soils classification, performance of technical analysis and calculations (i.e., soil bearing capacity, shallow and deep foundation design, various earth retaining system designs, and development of SWM recommendations), dam compliance, dam rehabilitation design, shoreline protection design, and experience preparing project design plans, technical specifications, engineer’s estimates, and complete critical-path project schedules. 

Experience or familiarity with analytical/environmental sampling, environmental site design (i.e., erosion and sediment control and stormwater management design), and obtainment of various environmental permits or other project approvals is preferred. Significant design and drafting (i.e., AutoCAD) experience, while not required, is also preferred. 

The ideal candidate will possess a positive pro-active attitude, the ability to work closely with, be mentored by, and effectively communicate with other technical staff, have a strong desire to develop technical abilities, professionally interact with subcontractors, clients, and contractors, appropriately perform, document, and discuss various types of field activities, apply engineering principles, take pride and have a sense of ownership of their work, and perform travel to various job sites (as needed, primarily during normal business hours). This is a diverse, dynamic, progressive, and truly exciting job opportunity for the qualified candidate. The level of experience can vary, but the person must be willing to live our firm’s basic core values of 1) integrity, 2) creativity, 3) endeavoring to be the best, 4) fostering human potential, and 5) a positive working atmosphere.

MINIMUM EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (geotechnical concentration);
  • Engineer-In-Training (EIT);
  • 4-6 years of applicable progressive work experience;
  • Proven track record of successful responsibility both in terms of increasing project complexity and project role;
  • Ability to prepare geotechnical evaluation reports including design and analysis;
  • Ability to independently solve engineering problems, concerns, or conflicts and take-on a project ownership role;
  • Possess significant geotechnical and construction field experience;
  • Experience preparing project design plans, technical specifications, engineer’s estimates and complete critical-path project schedules;
  • Strong technical writing and oral communication skills;
  • Organized;
  • Possess willingness to learn, be mentored, and develop professionally;
  • Work both independently and as a key component of our team;
  • AutoCAD experience preferred;
  • Willingness to perform various field work activities as described above;
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.; and
  • Possess a valid driver’s license.