Build Your Future With Us

With a strong commitment to our core values of Quality, Integrity, Service and Respect, Redniss & Mead prides itself on a work environment where you learn from and collaborate with an experienced team of engineers, surveyors and planners. You will be exposed to industry-leading engineering practices, styles, and philosophies. You will be part of a culture that encourages work-life balance, career growth, and success.

From team meetings to social events, we offer a great place to work in our Stamford, Connecticut office. Located approximately 30 miles from New York City, Stamford has one of the largest concentrations of corporations in the nation.  It is a city with a diverse community, an upbeat atmosphere, and easy access to mass transit.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits including:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation/Sick/Personal/Holidays)
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Family/Medical/Military Leave
  • 401K Retirement Plan
  • Health Club Membership
  • Merit-Based Bonuses
  • Profit Sharing

We also provide financial support for professional licensing, certifications, and membership fees.

Job Postings

Redniss & Mead, Inc. is a full service consulting and design firm specializing in Civil Engineering, Land Surveying and Land-Use Planning. Located in Stamford, CT, the company has established itself as a leading land-use consultant in the region, providing services from project inception to the design and permit phase and through completion of construction.

Land Surveyors and Field Technicians

We are currently in search of both entry level and experienced candidates to join our team to support a busy workload.

  • Surveyor candidates should have experience in the processing and preparation of all types of surveys, including boundary surveys, topographic surveys and construction layout. Knowledge of AutoCAD is required. Responsibilities include: performing fieldwork, processing and mapping of fieldwork, coordination with clients and in-house teams of surveyors, engineers and planners.
  • Field Technician candidates should have an education background in a field related to land surveying and some relative work experience (data collection experience is beneficial).  The position entails instrument operation, collecting and uploading survey data, maintaining field equipment, conducting deed research and frequently meeting with the Project Surveyor team.

For both positions, the candidate will have the opportunity to work on a variety of project types including residential, commercial and institutional.

Staff Engineer

Candidates should have 0-2 years experience in site development design including storm and sanitary sewers, grading, utilities, roads, drainage studies, erosion controls, subdivisions, etc. Working under the supervision of the Project Engineer and Project Manager, responsibilities of the Staff Engineer will include design plan production, ACAD drafting, drainage calculations, utility coordination, construction observation, septic soil testing, researching municipal files, assembling land use applications etc. in support of the project team. Responsibilities will also include interfacing with other design professionals, utility companies, etc.

All openings are full-time, salaried positions. Requirements for all positions include a BS-Civil Engineering from an accredited engineering school; experience with AutoCAD as well as other industry standard software (StormCAD, PondPack, SewerCAD, Land Development Desktop, etc.) and experience in site design, land development and land use permitting. EIT certification recommended. P.E. License a plus but not required.

Project Engineer

Candidates should have 2-6 years of experience in civil / site design and land development including roads, drainage, utility infrastructure, septic systems, sewers, erosion controls, grading, etc. Under the supervision and direction of the Project Manager and Senior Engineer, the Project Engineer will be responsible for the execution of the technical design, project coordination amongst design team members and municipal officials, utility coordination, quality control during construction, etc.

The Project Engineer will work with and direct the Staff Engineer on the execution of the project design. Responsibilities will include project coordination with design team, attendance at project meetings, development of design plans, drainage reports and other technical documentation, significant interface with other design professionals, municipal land use officials, clients, contractors, etc.

All openings are full-time, salaried positions. Requirements for all positions include a BS-Civil Engineering from an accredited engineering school; experience with AutoCAD as well as other industry standard software (StormCAD, PondPack, SewerCAD, Land Development Desktop, etc.) and experience in site design, land development and land use permitting. EIT certification recommended. P.E. License a plus but not required.

Project Manager

Candidates should have 6-10 years of experience in all aspects of civil/site design, land development, municipal and state land-use permitting and project management. Experience shall be across a broad range of project types and sizes including single family and multi-unit residential, retail/commercial, institutional, healthcare, mixed-use developments, athletic fields, etc. Working with the Project Engineer and Staff Engineer, the Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of project delivery including technical work product, quality control, schedule and budget, etc. in order to ensure successful project completion and client satisfaction. Position will include client and team contact, coordination with municipal officials, lead representation on permit processes for given projects, attendance at public hearings to present applications on behalf of the client and team, etc.

All openings are full-time, salaried positions. Requirements for all positions include a BS-Civil Engineering from an accredited engineering school; experience with AutoCAD as well as other industry standard software (StormCAD, PondPack, SewerCAD, Land Development Desktop, etc.) and experience in site design, land development and land use permitting. EIT certification recommended. P.E. License a plus but not required.

For confidential consideration, use the form to the right or:
E-mail info@rednissmead.com
Fax (203) 357-1118

Regular mail addressed to:
Redniss & Mead, Inc.
22 First Street
Stamford, CT 06905

careers

Redniss & Mead offers a competitive compensation package including salary, medical benefits, paid vacation, paid holidays, performance bonuses, 401K retirement plan, direct deposit, and a health club membership.