Our Most Valuable Resource

At KSN our people are our most valuable resource and we pride ourselves on our unique company culture that is the envy of our peers. We have a dedicated staff whose skills, flexibility, and ingenuity allow KSN to continue to succeed, year after year. Since 2008, our efforts to support and encourage our staff to excel, have resulted in KSN being repeatedly recognized by the Zweig Group as one of the country’s top 10 civil engineering firms to work for, in their annual “Best Firms to Work For” employee survey.

At KSN we recognize the importance of maintaining a healthy balance between our work and our personal lives.  In addition to providing a positive, professional work environment with a family atmosphere, KSN offers competitive salaries along with a complete benefits package including medical, vision, and dental insurance, 401K Retirement plan, and a variety of training and professional growth programs to help you develop the skills and confidence you need, to succeed in your chosen career path.

KSN has been ranked "Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For" since 2008 by The Zweig Group.

Construction Inspector


High school diploma and 5 years of inspection experience in public works industry; 5 years of experience in the public works sector working for a contractor or public agency; or Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Construction Management and 1 year of experience in the public works industry. Knowledge of Caltrans procedures is desirable. Ability to travel to construction sites (local)

Water/Wastewater Engineer

Associate Level

Minimum of 10 years of experience in water/wastewater engineering. The Associate Level Water/Wastewater Engineer would provide technical expertise and project management support in the development and implementation of municipal water supply and/or wastewater treatment and recycled use engineering solutions. The ideal candidate would have technical and project management experience with projects related to potable water supply, wastewater treatment and recycled use, water and/or wastewater facilities master planning, facilities alternatives analysis and design, and regulatory permitting.

Civil/Water Resource Engineer

Associate Level

Minimum of 10 – 15 years of experience in civil/water resources engineering. The ideal candidate would provide technical expertise and project management support in the development and implementation of civil/water resources engineering solutions, primarily associated with: levees and flood control facilities evaluation and design; flood risk assessments; floodplain mapping; planning and design; drainage design and storm water management; water quality modeling and management planning; as well as any associated regulatory permitting and compliance requirements.  

Assistant Level

Minimum of 4 years of experience in civil/water resources engineering. The ideal candidate would provide engineering services on water resources engineering, planning and modeling projects that include technical evaluations in support of water supply planning and master plans, watershed protection, surface water analyses, water quality plans, hydrology, hydraulics, and flood control.

Land Surveyor

Assistant Land Surveyor

Bachelor of Science degree in geomatics, land surveying or a related field from an accredited college or university and a Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) Certification. The ideal candidate would be serving on the survey field crew to complete field work and office tasks related to assignments to support Project Managers, Project Engineers and Project Surveyors.

Engineering Technician

Senior Level

Minimum of 2 years of college level education and minimum of 5 years of relevant and increasingly responsible office experience. The ideal candidate would provide research, design, calculation, project coordination and CAD support to Project Manager, Project Engineer and Project Surveyor. Assignments generally may include, but are not limited to, the preparation of design calculations, cost estimates, quantity calculations, CAD drawings, specifications, maps, plats, exhibits, descriptions, local agency application packages, letters, project memoranda and reports under the direct supervision of a Project Manager, Project Engineer or Project Surveyor.

Internship Program

Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. encourages aspiring civil engineers and land surveyors to participate in internships prior to graduating from their degree program. While we are currently not actively participating in an internship program, many of our current employees began their relationship with KSN as interns and joined the firm upon graduating from their university. Our interns work on projects throughout our firm, and are quickly assimilated into the project teams. Projects are assigned based on each intern’s abilities and experience, and interns are expected to gain knowledge from our staff, while increasing their efficiency and productivity as a member of a working project team. We strive to share our knowledge with our interns and to make our internships motivating, positive experiences.

If you are interested in our internship program please contact us at (209) 946-0268