Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions is currently recruiting for a Senior Engineer with extensive experience in rail/railroad engineering to join project team based in Nashville, TN, which provides engineering services to railroads within the continental U.S, primarily in the Eastern U.S. Selected candidate is expected to have familiarity with railroad engineering and consulting and perform project assignments with emphasis on railroad infrastructure design and construction. Selected candidate will be expected to perform complex analysis and design, including drafting and plan development for railroad construction projects. Selected candidate will also be expected to assist in plan development for other railroad infrastructure improvements including track alignment design, earthwork, yards, passenger stations, etc. Based on experience, the selected candidate will also serve as a project manager or will work under the general supervision of a project manager and/or team lead.
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