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About Us
BSC uses design, engineering, science, and technology to build, support, and connect. At BSC, we partner with our clients to deliver creative and practical transportation, land development, and environmental solutions. Clients trust BSC to work with them to expertly guide siting, strategically navigate regulatory processes, and holistically design infrastructure to help achieve their vision.
BSC’s engineers, planners, and scientists take pride in their ability to respond nimbly to move projects forward. We solve complex challenges by applying expertise across disciplines, sharing ideas and perspectives to see a project from every side.
The purpose of our work is to improve the quality of life in and around our communities using our skills and experience to promote balance between the built and natural environment. Proudly employee owned, our people are the heart of our company.
BSC has served clients throughout New England since 1965. BSC Group’s ongoing commitment to build our firm, support our clients, and connect with our communities, resulted in our listing as an ENR Top 500 Design Firm.
Working at BSC:
BSC uses design, engineering, science, and technology to Build, Support, and Connect with our co-workers and communities. We recognize different individual passions and perspectives and strive to inspire and empower each other to create meaningful change. As a trusted advisor and neighbor, our team is personally invested in every action we take. We remain focused on diversity, sustainability, and social accountability in the services we provide to our clients.
Position Overview
BSC is currently seeking a Climate Resilience Engineer/Designer with 5 to 10 years’ experience. The candidate who fills this position will join a high performing team that provides clients with multi-disciplinary engineering and science-based solutions for flood risk reduction, urban heat mitigation, green infrastructure, and coastal resilience solutions, among others. Responsibilities of this position include both leading and supporting the development and technical execution of projects within BSC’s Massachusetts, NH, and CT offices. The position can be based in any of BSC’s Massachusetts, NH, or CT offices.
A successful team member must:
The ideal candidate for this position will have technical experience in developing and designing approaches for climate resilience and adaptation. The candidate must be a licensed or registered professional engineer in MA, NH, or CT, and have the ability to acquire licenses in the other New England states.  As a technical expert, the candidate will work with a staff of interrelated professionals dedicated to providing high-level expertise on a broad range of climate resilience projects including infrastructure and social vulnerability analysis, planning, community outreach and education, design, and implementation.
Note: Exceptional candidates of any experience level will be considered. Only resumes accompanied by a cover letter will be considered.
Primary Job Responsibilities
Preferred Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
We understand each BSC team member is unique, as are definitions of work-life balance. Some of our team members are 100% remote and some enjoy an office environment. However, the majority of BSC’s workforce embraces a hybrid model, which allows people to work from home, job sites, and other remote locations, as well as any of our office locations when necessary.
BSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are dedicated to diverse representation on our teams, in our services, and all layers of leadership. We are focused on identifying and dismantling barriers that lead to a more diverse workforce including working diligently to expose underrepresented groups to engineering, science, and design through STEM programs, education and outreach, and industry involvement.  We continue to strive to maximize benefits to the communities we impact through diversity and inclusion in strategy and design.

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