Civil Engineer, Infrastructure Salary
Median pay for Infrastructure Civil Engineers in the United States is around $69K annually. Most enjoy medical while a strong majority get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to more than half. Most Infrastructure Civil Engineers report high levels of job satisfaction. Among survey respondents, men are more common than women; 84 percent of Infrastructure Civil Engineers are male. The figures in this overview were provided by individuals who took PayScale's salary questionnaire.
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|$47,924 - $113,333|
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Job Description for Civil Engineer, Infrastructure
A infrastructure civil engineer is involved with the maintenance, design, and creation of infrastructures. These structures include water and sewage systems, dams, highways, roads, bridges, tunnels, railroads, industrial buildings, and warehouses. They are responsible for the technical aspects of an infrastructure project, delivering a structure in the most cost-effective manner and under a deadlineRead More...
Most infrastructure civil engineers have a bachelor's degree in engineering and/or a master's degree in civil engineering. A strong math and science background is essential to becoming a sought-after infrastructure civil engineer. In addition, many companies have their own continuing education programs that gradually increase an engineer's business and technical skills. The best prospect for career advancement in infrastructure civil engineering is achieved through chartered or incorporated status, which will enable them to head projects in addition to researching and developing new designs. Chartered or incorporated civil engineers also are involved in strategic planning.
The working environment for a infrastructure civil engineers typically can be divided between working on site at their construction project and in the design offices where they prepare the details of the project. Office workers generally have more standard office hours. Overtime, evenings, and weekend hours are very common on site during the construction phase of a project. Infrastructure civil engineers must also factor in travel time to and from a project, which can add up. Civil engineers typically work with other engineers, supervisors, contractors, forepersons, and other workers involved in the project. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Civil Engineer, Infrastructure Tasks
- Coordinate drafting of an element.
- Prepare briefing sheets describing technical problems and their solutions.
- Perform basic design analysis of project elements.
- Draw design details of civil engineering projects.
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Popular Skills for Civil Engineer, Infrastructure
Infrastructure Civil Engineers report using a wide range of professional skills. Most notably, skills in Project Management, Engineering Design, autodesk autocad, and Microsoft Office are correlated to pay that is above average. At the other end of the pay range are skills like AutoCAD, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word. Those familiar with AutoCAD also tend to know Microsoft Office.
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