Graduate Blog

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January 10, 2017

Gwinnett County, Georgia is looking for candidates for an applied research engineer position they have open.  They are looking for someone to oversee two pilot plants (that they own and plan to use continuously), help conduct research projects, and become a key team member in our growing research program. 

Ideal candidates would be a chemical or environmental engineer with a PhD and perhaps some post-doc research experience. This person would need to have analytical instrument and lab experience.  Ideally, this engineer would have background in drinking water processes.  Salary is up to $75 or 80k depending upon experience.

Here’s a link to the job posting, but please let candidates know that the salary listed in the very minimum and definitely not the full range available:

January 4, 2017

The Sandeigo Pure water Project is looking to hire a number of graduates in Spring 2017. Graduates must have a masters degree in water or wastewater engineering, preferably with an undergraduate degree in civil or mechanical engineering. If you have an exceptional candidate, we would be anxious to consider their resume. We are looking for graduates who are hardworking and understand the need to stay on a steep learning curve for the next 10 years to be successful as an engineering consultant. These individuals will be working with and mentored by some of the industry’s best in ozone, reverse osmosis, microfiltration, ultraviolet radiation, and biologically active filtration and will have the chance to work on the exciting Pure Water Project in San Diego. For more info, please contact Patrick White at

December 19, 2016

2 open engineering positions at Greene & Bradford, Inc. of Springfield. Attachments include the description of the available positions.



December 19, 2016

GROWMARK and FS is currently recruiting for an environmental engineering position that will be located out of their Bloomington, Illinois office. We are hoping to receive recommendations of potential candidates for the position. The hiring manager is looking for 2-5 years of experience in the environment engineering field. They do not have to have tested for but must be on track to test for the Professional in Engineering certification. The position is located on our website and can be found by visiting .


December 19, 2016

Mark your calendars! Next Spring, the Graduate College Career Development Office will offer more than 20 workshops on a range of topics. Our interactive workshops offer information and hands-on practice to help you get from where you are to where you want to be. Our Spring 2017 workshop series includes:

GradMAP: What Do You Want to Achieve in Grad School? Preparing for Faculty Interviews Translating Your Skills Negotiation Strategies Blogging & Social Media for Professional Success Career Exploration Group What Can I Do with a PhD in the Humanities? Getting the Most out of an Academic Conference Why You Should Attend a Virtual Career Fair And more

 See the full schedule and learn more online.