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BayLand Consultants & Designers, Inc. (BayLand) is a growing and progressive civil engineering and environmental services firm that specializes in projects at the land-water interface. We are a team of planners, engineers and scientists that provides life cycle planning, permitting, design, construction management and environmental monitoring services for a variety of public and private clientele. The work atmosphere is team-oriented, providing exposure to all elements of project development. Our project committed culture will put you in the middle of our assessments, designs and construction along with experienced staff and managing partners. We learn and move quickly to put our water resource and capital improvement projects in the ground.

Construction Site Managers
Office Environment

Our company offers many employment benefits including:

  • Single/Family Health Insurance

  • Health Savings Account

  • Life/AD&D Insurance

  • Short Term Disability

  • 401k and Profit Sharing

  • 529 College Savings Plan


Other benefits include competitive salary, flextime, telework, paid personal, sick and vacation leave, paid holidays, performance bonuses, annual salary review, and continuing training/education.

Why work at BayLand? We provide a chance to grow as an engineering and consulting professional while working with a motivated group in a friendly and rewarding environment.

Current employment openings are listed below, howevever, BayLand is always interested in discussing employment and professional development opportunities with water resources engineers and scientists with relevant experience and desire to work in any of our three core practices:

  • Stream and Ecological Restoration

  • Stormwater Management and Sustainable Site Development

  • Marine, Dredging and Shoreline

If you have the experience and desire to join our team, please forward your resume to



Civil Engineer

Civil Engineer / Water Resources Design Engineer

BayLand Consultants & Designers, Inc. (BayLand) is seeking a Civil Engineer / Water Resources Engineer with 0 to 4 years engineering experience to support a growing workload in a diverse number of water resource and capital improvement projects. The work will focus on stream and ecological restoration, stormwater management, sustainable site design, and/or marine infrastructure and coastal restoration projects. Typical duties will include hydrologic and hydraulic modeling with considerations for climate change resiliency, field assessments, preparation of reports, plans, and specifications, and erosion and sediment control permitting and design.


The successful candidate will work directly for Professional Engineers and Project Managers and will work on exciting and engaging projects of varying size and scope. Tasks assigned to this position are selected to expand engineering experience as rapidly as possible and establish a solid foundation for becoming a Professional Engineer. The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate they are: an organized and motivated individual with strong communication skills; possess an eye for detail; can work collaboratively with other team members; and can become responsible for independently completing assigned engineering design tasks with minimal oversight.


The ideal candidate should also be familiar with AutoCAD (Civil 3D preferred) to quickly become proficient in preparing civil/site designs and preparation of construction documents. Exposure to hydrologic and hydraulic modeling software is also preferred. Coursework in hydrology and hydraulics will be considered in lieu of modeling experience.

Minimum Qualifications

  • B.S. in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited college or university

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and AutoCAD

  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and written with clients, regulators, public officials and team members

  • Strong technical writing skills

  • Ability and desire to participate in field work

Desired Skills

  • Proficient with AutoCAD Civil 3D

  • Registered as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT)

  • Knowledge of survey data collection and processing

  • Exposure to stream restoration projects, coastal modeling software, Maryland drainage manual, stormwater management design guidelines, climate change action plan, and/or erosion and sediment control methods and practices

  • Exposure to hydrologic and 1D/2D hydraulic modeling software such as TR-20, TR-55, PCSWMM and/or HEC-RAS

  • Knowledgeable with Geographic Information System (GIS)

  • Knowledge of Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design

Send your Cover letter and Resume to

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