Committed to Structuring a Better Way

... by supporting our colleagues.

From benefits and career development to communication and community cultivation, together we’re building a company where we all want to work. We share each other’s success and support each other through challenges. We invest in our people’s health, well-being, and growth—helping our teammates enjoy today while planning for a secure, long-term future.

... by making a difference in our communities.

We believe our responsibilities extend beyond our employees, firms, and clients. Supporting and investing in our communities is part of who we are. We’re inspiring and empowering our teams to make a difference in our communities. Together we move forward and make an impact.

... by promoting diversity and inclusion.

A successful, innovative workplace needs many perspectives. We’re committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion remain integral to our culture and aspiring to integrate ESG in our work spaces, across our supply chains, and in our collaborations. Doing our part to deliver a positive impact.

What Our Employees Think

The culture at Consor fosters creativity and encourages continuous improvement on both personal and professional levels. The flexibility in work schedule has provided me with the opportunity to pursue my passion. "
My manager listens to my ideas. We as a team support each other and work together to offer creative results. At the end of the day, it feels good to have a manager who appreciates the work I do and values my hard work. "
Consor is a place that puts an emphasis on nurturing young talent. They give you the tools to be successful early on and allow you to carve your own path in the ever-evolving world of engineering."
Consor is different from other companies because they care about their people and are willing to make changes to continue to evolve. I genuinely enjoy the people I work with and I believe these personal relationships help us greatly in the field where we spend many hours together in various situations. My favorite part of working at Consor is the flexibility I have in my schedule. I am able to work in the field and the office, and I am also able to flex my hours to allow for a good work life balance."
When I started looking for a job while in college, I was worried that I was going to get stuck working behind a desk. What attracted me to Consor was being able to get out into the field and being hands-on with inspections. The types of inspections were also another factor. Hearing about rope access and underwater inspections really piqued my interests."
There are a lot of things to like about working for Consor....I guess I’d sum it up this way: When you have this kind of support at work, when your side-by-side coworkers through the highest level of management truly have your back, the day-to-day challenges and stresses are manageable and work is a joy more than a job."
I consider my colleagues to be some of my best friends. The nature of our work has us spending weeks together and we are always looking out for one another to ensure a safe work environment. We openly share our knowledge and work as a team to complete projects to the best of our ability. We stay positive through the difficult moments and look back at those moments as some of the highlights of our careers."

Why Work Here

We invest in us.

We invest in us.

We don’t just look for talent—we cultivate it. Our people voice their perspectives, seek learning opportunities in everything, and are personally invested in achieving success together! With on-the-job mentorship, customized formal training, and self-guided learning paths, professional growth happens every day. We provide the tools, resources, and support to empower our teammates to reach their full potential at every career stage.

  • On-demand learning, including PDH, through integrated platforms.
  • Tuition reimbursement program.
  • Major license achievement bonus and pre-exam prep assistance.
  • Guided professional development paths.
  • Paid professional memberships.
We take care of each other.

We take care of each other.

Transporting communities to a better future starts with fostering a culture where we share in our successes and support one another through challenges. And while we count on our teammates to work hard, we also trust each other with the flexibility to prioritize ourselves, care for our families, and live life fully outside of work. Through our benefits package, we invest in our team member’s health, wellbeing, and growth, supporting them to enjoy today while planning for a secure, long-term future.

  • Graduated PTO program that recognizes experience at and outside of Consor.
  • Floating holidays that allow individuals to choose when to celebrate.
  • Flexible 9/80 schedules that allow for a three-day weekend every other week.
  • Hybrid and remote work options.
  • Discounted gym and fitness plan reimbursements.
We save a seat at the table.

We save a seat at the table.

Innovative infrastructure solutions don’t just happen—they’re generated when diverse perspectives and expertise come together. That’s why we champion a culture of cooperation and knowledge sharing. And while we’re together, we make space to connect, both in everyday moments and organized get-togethers.

  • Employee networks and resource groups.
  • Community activities and group volunteering.
  • Consor Connect virtual and live office events, celebrations, and outings.
  • Friendly competition through athletic and philanthropic activities.

Description

Are you passionate about the future of Water/ Wastewater in Seattle, Washington and looking to join a talented team that will inspire and challenge you? At Consor, we provide opportunities to advance your career with an established firm that values its employees and provides opportunities for growth.

This opportunity will allow you to apply your technical skills to develop creative water/wastewater solutions and refine your leadership abilities. You will work with talented professionals in an open and friendly work environment, where personal and professional growth is supported, and hard work is rewarded. As a Mid-Level Water/Wastewater Engineer, your responsibilities will include planning, design, and construction support for municipal Water/Wastewater projects.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
  • 5+ years of water/wastewater experience
  • Professional Engineer (PE) license in Washington State, or the ability to obtain reciprocity upon employment
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Description

Consor is looking for a driven individual, with a focus on high-quality proposal production, to join our creative, deadline-crushing team. This opportunity is ideal for someone who is passionate about persuasive writing, delights in crafting graphics that convey technical information simply, and collaborates effectively with others to produce winning results.

Qualifications

A/E/C industry knowledge of:

  • Marketing fundamentals, proposal management, and business development principles
  • Terminology, procedures, and delivery methods
  • Marketing/CRM databases
  • Current trends and industry events

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, English, or related field
  • 5+ years A/E/C marketing experience
  • CPSM certification a plus
  • Knowledge of Adobe CC, MS Office, Deltek Vision
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Description

Consor is seeking a senior project manager with experience in transportation design and operations who will work as part of our team, and alongside our clients, to deliver leading edge complex transportation network projects. At Consor, you will be able to work with a fun and talented group on some of the most innovative, highly visible, and complex transportation projects in Tennessee and the Southeast. Our engineering consulting services range from planning and design to construction management and operations for projects that span all modes of travel for local, state, and federal agencies. This position will assist with delivering a diverse range of Highway/Roadway and Bridge design projects. Candidate must be a highly motivated and talented project manager with a strong background and interest in transportation projects, and someone who wants to make positive change to the way people move throughout our communities.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science degree (or higher) in Civil Engineering
  • Engineer with 10+ years of transportation engineering experience
  • Natural leader willing to champion a team of engineers and technicians
  • Talents in project management, including familiarity with design software
  • Demonstrated ability writing technical documents with excellent grammar skills
  • Exceptional problem solving and communication skills
  • Ability to articulate complex concepts and provide oversight of analyses
  • Proven experience managing large scale transportation projects
  • History of mentoring and supporting team members
  • Self-motivated, detail-oriented professional with strong organizational skills
  • A desire to grow personally and professionally while mentoring and supporting the growth of the team
  • Strong client skills and history with the ability to help win work
  • Professional Engineer (PE) license in Tennessee or ability to obtain reciprocity upon employment
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Description

Consor is currently looking for a Project Manager- Structural/Bridge Leader for our Bridge Group in Nashville, Tennessee. As a dynamic and growing engineering consulting firm, Consor is full of opportunities for career development. This position requires thorough knowledge of Bridge design and engineering techniques.

Responsibilities includes but are not limited to:

  • planning and conducting independent work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection application and adaptation of engineering techniques.
  • Devise new approaches to unique problems, and prepare or modify drawings, specifications, design calculations, and monitor work for compliance to applicable codes, accepted engineering practices and company standards.
  • Uses advanced engineering techniques to plan projects, establish  project criteria, formulate project parameters including design elements, execute complex features or solutions, and implement procedures for a technical discipline such as bridges/structures, drainage, roadway, traffic, utility, water-wastewater, etc.
  • Evaluates, plans, and conducts work requiring considerable and significant independent judgement, evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria for a major project or several projects of moderate scope with complex features and multidisciplinary teams.
  • Supervises the design and ongoing progress including coordination with the client, public agency officials, subconsultants, and other team members.
  • Leads, coordinates, and reviews the work of less experienced engineers and technical support personnel. Independently applies broad knowledge of principles and practices in a specific technical area.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering from an ABET-accredited program
  • MINIMUM 10 YEARS in civil engineering
  • Advanced oral and written communication skills
  • Detail oriented with an emphasis on quality products
  • Use of personal computers and applicable programs, applications, and systems
  • Ability to plan, schedule work, and complete work assignments within established budgets & timelines
  • Experience with AutoCAD, MicroStation and/or Civil 3D
  • Problem solving initiative within assigned tasks
  • Works effectively in team environment and with peers
  • Strong deductive and inductive reasoning skills
  • Maintain a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record per CONSOR policy and insurance requirements
  • Perform work safely and follow Consor’s Safety Manual
  • Near and far vision – Ability to see details at close range and at a distance
  • Speech clarity and recognition – Ability to speak clearly to be understood; Ability to understand the speech of others
  • Strong ethical character
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Our Benefits

Because our team members are dedicated to going above, below, and beyond the surface to care for our communities, we take care of them by providing top-notch benefits!

Career Development

  • Tuition reimbursement program
  • Paid professional training
  • Major license achievement bonus
  • Extensive on-demand learning center
  • Paid professional memberships

Work-Life Fit

  • Industry-competitive paid time off
  • Nine paid holidays
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Hybrid and remote work options
  • Paid parental leave

Wellness

  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Gym/fitness fee reimbursement
  • HSA and FSA options

Disability

  • Employer-paid short-term disability
  • Employer-paid long-term disability

Life Insurance

  • Employer-paid term life insurance

Retirement

  • 401K savings plan with company match

Consor Impact

From coast to coast, Consor is proud to champion local philanthropic groups.

Our efforts to cultivate thriving communities go beyond providing infrastructure build for the long-run. We give back by mobilizing our team members to participate in community events and group volunteer activities, organized by our passionate local humanitarians—we even provide paid volunteer time off.

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Equal Opportunity Statement

Consor ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity in accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We also comply with all similar laws in the states in which we have employees. If you need more information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact Human Resources at 888-451-6822. Persons with hearing and speech impairments can contact Consor by using the Virginia Relay Service, a toll-free telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD). Call 711 for TTY/TDD.