Full Time/Co-Op Opportunity with Black and Veatch

Full-Time
Entry Level Engineer (106004): Black & Veatch is currently looking to hire May 2016 and August 2016 college graduates for open positions in their Water Business in the following offices: Charleston, SC, Columbia, SC, Greenville, SC, or Atlanta, GA. These positions will center on the planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater treatment plants across the Carolinas and Georgia. These opportunities offer significant potential for expedited career growth due to the magnitude of capital projects on the horizon for Black & Veatch.

· Note: This position is located on Career Buzz as an On Campus Recruiting Posting, with on campus interviews to be held Feb. 26.


Co-Op
Engineering Co-Op (106146): Black & Veatch is currently looking to hire May 2016 and August 2016 college students for open co-op positions in their Water Business in the following offices: Charleston, SC, Greenville, SC, or Atlanta, GA. These positions will center on assisting staff engineers with the planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater treatment plants across the Carolinas and Georgia.
· Note: This is listed as a general job posting, but informal on-campus interviews will be held with qualified candidates on Feb. 25. Students should apply on Career Buzz, and we will reach out to them individually to schedule interview times.

Don’t miss out!!

Hey everyone! Make sure your checking our calendar to stay up to date with all new AEES events and meetings.

Next General Body Meeting

Thursday, September 10th @11am
ES&T Room L1125 – Lunch Provided
Our meeting this week will be our first Industry Sponsor Luncheon of the year, and it will feature SCS Engineers! Feel free to check out their website and come ready with questions (and perhaps even a resume).

AEES Career Fair Rescheduled for 3/26/2015

The Career Fair has been rescheduled

 

AEES is hosting its

 

Spring 2015 Career Fair
Thursday, March 26, 2015
10:30 am to 3:00 pm
Molecular Science and Engineering Building Atrium

 

Business Professional Attire is required.

 

Bring resumes and network with professionals from:
Brown & Caldwell
Geosyntec
ENVIRON

Eddy Perez at Tech!

Sanitation and the Post 2015 Sustainable Development Goals: What role can science, technology and engineering play in achieving the goals?
 
 

Eddy Perez

Georgia Tech CEE Class of 1974 (BS)

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Klaus 1116 West

3:00 – 4:30

 
Eddy Perez is a public policy and institutional development specialist in the global sanitation, hygiene and water supply sector. He is a global leader in rural and urban sanitation service delivery working with and advising governments on sector reform, policy-making, strategy development, capacity building, and financing for the poor. From 2004 to 2014, Eddy was the Lead Sanitation specialist for the World Bank and led the Water and Sanitation (WSP) global practice on scaling up rural sanitation which used evidenced based knowledge to influence policies and practices of governments and development partners in Africa, South Asia and East Asia. Prior to joining the WB, Eddy worked for 13 years for CDM International (an environmental engineering firm) as the Technical Director for the USAID funded WASH and, Environmental Health Project (EHP) that provided short term technical assistance and analytical work to USAID Washington DC as well as USAID Mission in developing countries globally. Eddy also worked for various International NGOs and started his development career as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras. Eddy is the Chair of the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program expert working group on sanitation for the Post 2015 Sustainable Development Goals and a member of the Advisory Group of the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF). Eddy has a BS in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Masters of Science in Engineering and Public Policy (with a concentration in Science and Technology in International Development) from Washington University (in St. Louis).