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We know there’s life at work and life outside of work. We want everyone to be healthy, get time to give back, and have the financial resources and support they need.

Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance

401k & ROTH 401k with 6% Company Match

Half-day Fridays

Immediate Paid Time Off Accrual

Annual Profit Sharing Retirement Contribution

Annual Retirement Contribution

Partial Remote Work Opportunities

Service Award Recognition

Employee Referral Rewards

New Employee Mentorship Program

Education Reimbursement Opportunities

Healthy Lifestyles Reward Program

Annual Fitness Membership or Equipment Reimbursement

Complementary Fruit, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Juice & Milk

Committee Opportunities

Convenient Office Location Off I-465

Great area for restaurants & shopping!

Free & Close Parking

United Academy

In-house and in-field professional development training

Team Building and Corporate Events

Employee Assistance Program

Resources for discounts, mental health, career development, legal, etc.

Available Positions

Utility Coordinator
Job ID: 1055032
Published: 04-22-2022
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd. Suite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

Physical Requirements:

• Able to visit project sites and traverse uneven or difficult terrain

• Able to work 40 or more hours per work week, as needed


Other Requirements:

• Primarily office coordination between phone and emails and some travel to perform field check meetings

• Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

• Designated as a flexible position as defined in the Company Policy.

Reports To: Project Team Leader

Education: High School or equivalent; or Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, preferred

Registration: None


Experience: A minimum of 4 years of experience in construction, design, or the utility industries; or

Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and 2 years of experience in construction, design, or the

utility industries.


Certifications: Certified INDOT Utility Coordinator, or the ability to obtain certification within 12 months of hire


Duties:

• Provide frequent verbal and written communication with utility company representatives

• Maintain database of all correspondence with utility companies

• Review utility relocation work plans for compliance and compatibility with road and bridge project designs to help minimize conflicts

• Prepare agreements with utility companies as needed

• Serve as a liaison between designer and the utility company representatives

• Manage utility coordination efforts on multiple projects in a highly organized manner

• Perform site inspections during construction


Skills:

• Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills

• Ability to interpret and evaluate construction plans

• Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D

• Assess utility conflicts and relocation designs provided by the utilities

• Ability to coordinate multiple projects at the same time

• Ability to facilitate and lead meetings involving utility related work.

Utility Project Team Leader
Job ID: 1052455
Published: 04-22-2022
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd.Indianapolis, IN 46250

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated for 9 or more hours per work day

Able to work 40 hours or more per work week, as needed

Able to work outdoors traversing uneven or difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

Designed as a flexible position as defined in the Company Policy

Reports To:

Education: Department Manager Bachelor's degree in engineering, or a related field or equivalent experience

Registration: State of Indiana Certified Utility Coordinator

Experience: Not less than 10 years of Utility Coordination Experience

Duties:

Develop a Utility Project from inception through the completion of Construction

Efficiently complete an entire set of contract documents as they relate to UtilityCoordination, including Official Correspondence Letters, Work Plans, Specifications,Utility Certification, Master Relocation Drawing, and Master Relocation Schedule

Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes

Document all correspondence with Utilities

Maintain the offline INDOT Utility Contact List

Client contact

Work with and manage sub-consultants

Work and coordinate with other internal departments

Manage project costs to deliver profitability

Identify additional work requested by client beyond the scope of the contract

Assemble information for Supplements, Proposals and Engineer’s Reports

Meet deadlines

Alert Department Manager immediately upon realization of a problem on a project

Complete tri-weekly Team project Status Reports

Complete a Team 3-Week Schedule

Complete monthly Team Invoicing and quarterly Team Invoice Projections

Review Weekly Team time-sheets

Evaluate staff performance and training needs

Maintain the confidentiality of information regarding our clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Work independently with minimal instruction

Must possess strong communication skills

Possess strong interpersonal skills required to manage support staff in a “team” concept

Work on multiple projects at once

Schedule and direct the entire Team

Proficient in use of the Indiana Design Manual, INDOT Standard Drawings, INDOT Utility Coordination, and INDOT Utility Accommodation Policy

Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Scheduling Software(Gantt Project, Project Libre, Microsoft Project, etc.), and CAD software

Must be able to motivate staff

Project Engineer - Road
Job ID: 1005952
Published: 03-24-2022
Location8440 Allison Pointe BlvdSte 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

 

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated 9 or more hours per workday

Able to work 40 or more hours per work week as needed

Able to work outdoors traversing uneven and difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

Title: PROJECT ENGINEER

Department: Road

Reports To: Project Team Leader or Project Manager

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent

Registration: Professional Engineer in the State of Indiana, or ability to obtain within 12 months

Experience: Not less than 4 years in Transportation Engineering 


Duties:

Efficiently complete a set of contract documents, including Plans, Specifications, Quantities and Construction Cost Estimate

Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes

Client contact

Work and coordinate with other internal departments

Assist in assembling Supplements, Proposals, and Engineer’s Reports

Sign Final Tracings

Meet deadlines

Alert Project Team Leaders immediately upon realization of a problem on a project

Maintain the confidentially of information regarding our clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Able to work independently with minimal instruction

Must possess strong communication skills

Possess strong interpersonal skills required to work in a “team” concept

Proficient in use of the Indiana Design Manual, the INDOT Specifications Book, the INDOT Standard Drawings, the INDOT Utility Coordination process and the INDOT Pavement Design process

Working knowledge of the INDOT Environmental process, the INDOT Permitting process and the INDOT Land Acquisition process

Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Projects, and ACAD software



Project Manager - Road
Job ID: 1005942
Published: 03-24-2022
Location8440 Allison Pointe BlvdSte 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

 

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated 9 or more hours per workday

Able to work 40 or more hours per work week as needed

Able to work outdoors traversing uneven or difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

Title: PROJECT MANAGER

Department: Road

Reports To: Project Team Leader

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent 

Registration: Professional Engineer in State of Indiana, or able to obtain within 12 months 

Experience: Not less than 8 years in Transportation Engineering


Duties:

Develop a complete project from concept to completion

Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes

Client contact

 Work with and manage sub-consultants

 Work with and coordinate with other internal departments

 Assemble Supplements, Proposals, and Engineer’s Reports

 Certify Contract Plans and Designs

 Meet deadlines

 Alert Project Team Leaders immediately upon realization of a problem on a project

 During independent project development, scheduling of support staff will be coordinated through the Project Team Leader

 Support staff will report to the Project Manager regarding project development tasks

 Update Project Team Leader on the project development

 Make recommendations on invoicing

 Maintain the confidentiality of information regarding our clients and company practices

 Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Able to work independently with minimal instruction

Must possess strong communication skills

Possess strong interpersonal skills required to manage support staff in a “team” concept

Able to work on multiple projects at once

Proficient in use of the Indiana Design Manual, the INDOT Specifications Book, the INDOT Standard Drawings, the INDOT Utility Coordination process and the INDOT Pavement Design process

Working knowledge of the INDOT Environmental process, the INDOT Permitting process and the INDOT Land Acquisition process

Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Projects, and ACAD software



Construction Manager II
Job ID: 631115
Published: 03-07-2022
Location8440 Allison Pointe BlvdSuite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

Able to work seated or standing 8 or more hours per day

Able to work 40 hours or more per work week, as needed

Able to work outdoors for long periods of time in all weather conditions while negotiating uneven or difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Able to lift heavy objects more than 50 pounds, as required to perform material testing as needed in accordance with the INDOT MANUAL FOR FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING AND TESTING


Other Requirements:

Posses a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the policies identified on the Company Policy 

Title: CONSTRUCTION MANAGER II 

Department: Construction Inspection

Reports to: Department Manager

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE) or Associates Degree in Construction Management/Technology (ADC) preferred.

Registration: None Required

Experience: BSCE; or ADC and not less than 2 years in construction related experience; or, not less than 4 years construction related experience.


Certifications:

Must have passed all INDOT Certified Technician tests or be able to pass within 12 months of hire

Must be competent in Site Manager, certification preferred

Must pass all training/certification classes assigned by the Department Manager


Duties:

Represent the convening local authority as their on-site representative

Able to work with minimal supervision and support

Able to manage projects up to $2 million construction cost or greater

Able to work effectively with property owners and business owners

Able to manage local projects and single client projects

Able to manage United Consulting design projects

Able to manage a Federal Aid Project with limited support

Maintain the confidentiality of information regarding clients and company

Able to complete an accurate Final Construction Record

May assist Construction Manager I on larger projects

Willing to be trained and mentored


Skills:

Must possess strong interpersonal skills

Must possess good communication skills

Must possess excellent organizational and management skills

Must possess other technical skills necessary to perform the duties of this position


Construction Manager 1
Job ID: 423972
Published: 03-07-2022
Hiring Department: Construction Inspection
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd.Suite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250Metro: Indianapolis

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated or standing 8 or more hours per day

Able to work 40 hours or more per work week, as needed

Able to work outdoors for long periods of time in all weather conditions while negotiating uneven or difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Able to lift heavy objects in excess of 50 pounds, as required to perform material testing as needed in accordance with the INDOT MANUAL FOR FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING AND TESTING 


Other Requirements:

Posses a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the policies identified on the Company Policy


Title: CONSTRUCTION MANAGER I

Department: Construction Inspection

Reports to: Department Manager

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE) or Associates Degree in Construction Management/Technology (ADC) preferred 

Registration: None Required

Experience: BSCE and not less than 6 years construction related experience; or ADC and not less than 8 years construction related experience; or not less than 10 years construction related experience. 


Certifications:

• Must have passed all INDOT Certified Technician tests. 

• Must be competent in Site Manager, certification preferred.

• Must pass all training/certification classes assigned by the Department Manager. 


Duties:

Represent the convening local authority as their on-site representative

Able to manage projects up to $3 million construction cost or greater

Responsible for the project’s daily operations and compliance with the plans, contract documents, specifications

Responsible for all aspects of project inspection, including but not limited to; the preparation and submission of reports, keeping accurate records of work performed for purposes of payments to the Contractor, material records, and preparation of the Final Construction Record

Perform inspection duties on various construction activities and delegate work assignments to technicians and/or inspectors as needed

Act as a liaison between the prime contractor and the owner(s) of the contract by coordinating and conducting progress meetings, handling project correspondence, distribution of minutes and helping to maintain the project schedule

Maintain the confidentiality of information regarding clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Must possess strong interpersonal skills

Must possess good communication skills

Must possess excellent organizational and management skills

Must possess other technical skills necessary to perform the duties of this position












Project Engineer - Water & Wastewater
Job ID: 575575
Published: 05-20-2021
Location8440 Allison Pointe BlvdSuite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

 Physical Requirements:

  • Able to work seated for 9 or more hours per workday
  • Able to work 40 or more hours per work week, as needed
  • Able to work outdoors traversing uneven or difficult terrain
  • Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Other Requirements:

  • Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license
  • Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

Title:  PROJECT ENGINEER

Department: Water & Wastewater

Reports To: Project Manager

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent

Registration: Professional Engineer in the State of Indiana, or ability to obtain within 12 months

Experience: Not less than 4 years in Water & Wastewater Engineering


  

Duties:

  • Efficiently complete a set of contract documents, including Plans, Specifications, Quantities and Construction Cost Estimate
  • Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes
  • Client contact 
  • Work and coordinate with other internal departments
  • Assist in assembling Supplements, Proposals, and Engineer’s Reports
  • Sign Final Tracings
  • Meet deadlines
  • Alert Project Manager immediately upon realization of a problem on a project
  • Maintain the confidentially of information regarding our clients and company practices
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Skills:

  • Able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Must possess strong communication skills
  • Must possess excellent organizational skills
  • Able to work in a “team” concept and direct the team in an efficient manner
  • Able to efficiently work on multiple assignments at one time
  • Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Excel and Word and working knowledge of AutoCAD
  • Able to efficiently complete an entire set of contract documents
  • Must represent the firm professionally in public
  • Must be able to evaluate various water and wastewater equipment and materials
  • Must be able to prepare permit applications
  • Must be able to attend evening meetings with clients as needed
  • Must possess the ability to interact with officials at all levels of government


Project Engineer - Bridge
Job ID: 427622
Published: 01-08-2021
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd Suite 200Suite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250Metro: Indianapolis

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated 9 or more hours per work day

Able to work 40 or more hours per work week as needed

Able to work outdoors traversing uneven and difficult terrain

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays


Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license.

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy


Title:   PROJECT ENGINEER

Department: Bridge

Reports To: Project Team Leader or Project Manager

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent

Registration: Professional Engineer in State of Indiana, or able to obtain within 12 months

Experience: Not less than 4 years in Structural Engineering.  Bridge design experience preferred.


Duties:

Efficiently complete a set of contract documents, including Plans, Specifications, Quantities and Construction Cost Estimate with some direction from the Project Manager

Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes

Client contact

Work and coordinate with other internal departments

Assist in assembling Supplements, Proposals, and Engineer’s Reports

Certify Contract Plans and Designs

Meet deadlines

Alert Project Team Leader or Project Manager immediately upon realization of a problem on a project

Maintain the confidentially of information regarding our clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Able to work independently with minimal instruction

Must possess strong communication skills

Possess strong interpersonal skills required to work in a “team” concept

Able to work on multiple projects at once

Proficient in use of the Indiana Design Manual, the INDOT Specifications Book, the INDOT Standard Drawings, the INDOT Utility Coordination process and the INDOT Pavement Design process

Working knowledge of the INDOT Environmental process, the INDOT Permitting process and the INDOT Land Acquisition process

Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, ACAD software and structural design software



 


Project Manager - Bridge
Job ID: 427597
Published: 01-08-2021
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd Suite 200Suite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250Metro: Indianapolis

Physical Requirements:

Able to work seated 9 or more hours per work day

Able to work 40 or more hours per work as needed

Able to work outdoors traversing uneven or difficult terrain 

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays



Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

 


 

ble to work seated 9 or more hours per work day

Title:   PROJECT MANAGER

Department: Bridge

Reports To: Project Team Leader

Registration: Professional Engineer in State of Indiana, or able to obtain within 12 months

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent


Registration: Professional Engineer in State of Indiana, or able to obtain within 12 months

Experience: Not less than 8 years in Bridge Engineering


Duties:

Develop a complete project from concept to completion

Conduct meetings, including composing meeting agendas and minutes

Client contact

Work with and manage sub-consultants

Work with and coordinate with other internal departments

Assemble Supplements, Proposals, and Engineer’s Reports

Certify Contract Plans and Designs

Meet deadlines

Alert Project Team Leaders immediately upon realization of a problem on a project

During independent project development, scheduling of support staff will be coordinated through the Project Team Leader

Support staff will report to the Project Manager regarding project development tasks

Update Project Team Leader on the project development

Make recommendations on invoicing

Maintain the confidentiality of information regarding our clients and company practices.

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Able to work independently with minimal instruction

Must possess strong communication skills

Possess strong interpersonal skills required to manage support staff in a “team” concept

Able to work on multiple projects at once

Proficient in use of the Indiana Design Manual, the INDOT Specifications Book, the INDOT Standard Drawings, the INDOT Utility Coordination process and the INDOT Pavement Design process

Working knowledge of the INDOT Environmental process, the INDOT Permitting process and the INDOT Land Acquisition process

Proficient with a computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, ACAD software and structural design software




Survey Technician
Job ID: 387153
Published: 11-03-2020
Hiring Department: Survey
Location8440 Allison Pointe Blvd Suite 200Suite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250Metro: Indianapolis

Physical Requirements:

Able to work 9 or more hours per work day

Able to work 40 or more hours per work week, as needed

Able to work outdoors in all weather conditions traversing uneven or difficult terrain while carrying survey equipment

Able to drive survey vehicle

Able to drive rebar, lath, stakes and/or hubs into the ground as needed

Able to dig and/or probe into pavement or ground for pertinent survey information

Able to lift utility structure lids or covers


Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License

Maintain compliance for MICCS program

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy


Title: SURVEY TECHNICIAN

Department: Survey

Reports To: Survey Crew Chief

Education: High School Diploma 

Registration: None

Experience: None


Duties:

Assist Survey Crew Chief in performing field work for route, topographic, boundary, ALTA/ACSM, construction staking and R/W staking surveys

Perform project research

Perform reconnaissance for all pertinent survey control information

Collect and Layout accurate survey data for route, topographic, boundary, ALTA/ACSM, construction staking and R/W staking surveys

Accurately record field notes in a field book

Assist in downloading and uploading information to data collectors

Communicate with field and office staff to provide quality services

Maintain all field equipment and vehicle

Maintain confidentiality of information regarding clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Possess good communication skills

Able to work within a “team concept”

Proficient in use of total stations, GPS equipment, differential levels and data collectors

Working knowledge of construction plans for public works projects

Ability to meet deadlines



 


Intern Program

Students can get hands-on engineering experience in a diverse and challenging work environment through our internship program. If you are working to obtain a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering or an equivalent field, you can apply to become an intern with United Consulting. Most internships are offered during the summer, and we also offer some six-month assignments.

Survey Intern - Summer 2022
Job ID: 698500
Published: 08-24-2021
Location8440 Allison Pointe BlvdSuite 200Indianapolis, IN 46250

Physical Requirements:

Able to work 9 or more hours per workday

Able to work 40 or more hours per work week, as needed

Able to work outdoors in all weather conditions traversing uneven or difficult terrain while carrying


survey equipment

Able to travel throughout Indiana including overnight stays

Able to drive rebar, lath, stakes and/or hubs into the ground as needed

Able to dig and/or probe into pavement or ground for pertinent survey information

Able to lift utility structure lids or covers


Other Requirements:

Possess a valid Indiana Driver’s License

Agree to abide by the personnel policies identified in the Company Policy

Title: SURVEY INTERN

Department: Survey

Reports To: Surveying Crew Chief or Surveying Department Manager

Education: Candidate must be currently enrolled in Civil Engineering or Surveying curriculum at an

accredited college or university

Registration: None

Experience: Entry Level Position


Duties:

Assist Survey Crew Chief in performing field work for route, topographic, boundary, ALTA/ACSM,

construction staking and R/W staking surveys

Perform project research

Assist in data collection and layout of accurate survey data for route, topographic, boundary,

ALTA/ACSM, construction staking and R/W staking surveys

Accurately record field notes in a field book

Perform assigned tasks to aid in completing a project

Assist in preparing field books, legal descriptions, plats for route surveys, topographic surveys,

boundary surveys and ALTA/ACSM Surveys and assemble data for construction staking

Assist in downloading and uploading information to data collectors

Assist in processing field data and building 3D surfaces

Communicate with field crews and office staff to provide quality services

Maintain confidentiality of information regarding clients and company practices

Perform other duties as assigned


Skills:

Successful completion of surveying coursework, preferred

Possess good communication skills

Able to work within a “team concept”

Able to work independently with instruction

Able to learn the use of total stations, GPS equipment, digital and differential levels, and data collectors

Proficient with a computer and familiarity with AutoCAD, Microsoft Word, Outlook, Teams and Excel

Able to learn the use of construction plans for public works projects

Proficient in geometry and trigonometry

Ability to meet deadline

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