MHFD’s Engineer Internship Program offers a pre-professional job experience for qualified engineering students. Our internship program provides students with an opportunity to conduct meaningful work under the guidance and mentorship of professional engineers and/or construction managers. Students that participate in this program gain experience valuable to their personal and professional growth while fostering relationships with potential employers.
To be eligible for our internship program, the individual must be currently enrolled as a full time student in an undergraduate or graduate college/university, majoring in Civil or Environmental Engineering, or related studies. If you have any questions about our internship program, please contact Amelia Deleon at 303-455-6277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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To apply for a position listed below, send resume and cover letter via email to Amelia Deleon, Human Resources Manager, email@example.com
MHFD is looking for a Watershed Manager, Project Manager and/or Project Engineer!
Whether you’re earlier in your career and working in a staff support capacity or you have mid to senior-level experience – we’re interested in meeting with you! See job descriptions for more exciting details.
These positions offer great potential for technical and professional growth in a vibrant working environment and an opportunity to make a difference in the stormwater and floodplain management community. Ideal candidates should possess knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, and drainage and floodplain management concepts.
At MHFD, we believe strongly that our employees are our best asset, which is why we are proud to offer an excellent benefits package including three-weeks paid vacation, employer-paid health, dental, and vision care, a generous retirement package, and much more. Visit our website to find out more about this and other job openings.
What you can look forward to
You will be collaborating with a talented team in an open and friendly work environment, utilizing traditional and innovative approaches to alternatives modeling and capacity analyses. You will be encouraged to apply your problem-solving skills to a wide variety of applications and challenges
The Mile High Flood District prides itself in hiring motivated, bright, and passionate employees that want to make a difference in Colorado. Want to learn more?
To be considered for this exciting career opportunity, submit your resume and cover letter by Friday, May 14, close of business. Please submit your materials to Amelia Deleon, Human Resources Manager via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve said it before: we love our jobs. So much so, our employees that start here tend to stay here. See why we’re so proud of the work we do to protect your communities from flood events.Learn more about MHFD