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    Shaffer, Johnston, Lichtenwalter & Associates, Inc.:  Civil Engineer

    Shaffer, Johnston, Lichtenwalter & Associates, Inc., (SJL) an Ohio-based civil engineering consulting firm, is currently looking for a graduate civil engineer for a full-time position in our Mansfield, Ohio office for bridge, highway/street, land development and drainage design.  The successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from an ABET-accredited institution; have passed their Fundamentals of Engineering test for Engineer Intern status; learn to do a variety of civil engineering design tasks; and should be willing to live in or near Richland County in north central Ohio.  Experience with AutoCAD, Microsoft Excel and Word are a must and with MicroStation a plus, although not required.  SJL provides a 401k retirement plan, company-paid health and life insurance, and paid sick and vacation time.  We are an equal opportunity employer.  Women and minorities are encouraged to contact us.  Send resume with references and school transcript, if a recent graduate, to:  Shaffer, Johnston, Lichtenwalter & Associates, Inc., Attn.:  Jeffrey S. Kennedy, PE, 909 South Main Street, Mansfield, OH 44907.  Email:   This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

     

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    Ohio Air Quality Development Authority:  Request for Qualifications

    The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA )is a state agency that provides for the conservation of air as a natural resource of the State of Ohio (the State), and prevents or abates the pollution thereof, to provide for the comfort, health, safety and general welfare of all employees, as well as all other inhabitants of the State, to assist in the financing of air quality facilities for industry, commerce, distribution and research, including public utility companies, to create or preserve jobs and employment opportunities or improve the economic welfare of the people, or assist and cooperate with governmental agencies in achieving such purposes.

    OAQDA is seeking technical support services from qualified applicants who can represent the breadth of knowledge and experience encompassing the diverse range of resources, technologies, industry best practices and other strategies that may be deployed in projects seeking financing from the Authority in order to maximize the conservation of air as a natural resource in the State.

    OAQDA receives an extensive range of proposed concepts and projects, which apply for financial and technical assistance at various times throughout the year. These include projects involving discrete building systems, remodeling of entire structures, and construction of new structures. As assigned by the Authority’s Executive Director, the team(s) providing technical support services will include the evaluation of proposals to analyze and validate the technical merits of project proposals with a primary focus on the project’s ability to conserve air as a natural resource by abating or preventing air pollution.

    The technical consultant team(s) will be expected to produce work in a variety of areas, which are outlined in the formal Request for Qualifications, which is available at https://ohioairquality.ohio.gov/Portals/0/OAQDA%20-%20RFQ%20for%20Technical%20Consultant.pdf.  The RFQ also contains details and guidelines for the applications. The deadline to apply is February 8, 2019.

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    Awards 

    Ohio Society of Professional Engineers 2018-2019 Awards

    To view available awards and their deadlines go to the "Awards" tab on the left.  Most of the award winners must be OSPE members.

    Awards Manual

    The Professional Engineers in Industry Practice Division of the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers is pleased to announce its 2019 Ohio New Product Award competition.

    If your company has developed a new process or project it may be eligible for competition for state and national recognition.  Nominations are grouped according to the size of the manufacturing company. Winners will be selected in four firm size categories.  Judging is performed by the OSPE-PEI Awards Committee.  Nominations must be submitted on the entry form  , which you may also copy for multiple applications.

    A state winner will be selected in each of the four firm size categories.