The best way to do great work is to work with great people.
We know we can best serve our clients and achieve our vision of building better, together, by focusing on our talented staff. Engaged and satisfied employee-owners are the catalyst behind our innovations, growth, and success. So we’re always looking for dynamic and capable people to join us. If you’re eager to solve challenging problems, respond to client needs, and make great things happen, bring your passion, ingenuity, and vision to Schnabel and see the impact we can make together.
I’ve been able to contribute to a variety of projects all over the country that have contributed to my growth of expertise in engineering geoscience, project management, and geotechnical risk analysis.
My colleagues are always super motivated and inspire me daily. With the diversity of services Schnabel offers, I love that there is always something new to learn.
Schnabel has given me the opportunity to travel the country, become involved in exciting jobs, collaborate with interesting people, and have an overall enjoyable life experience.
Our internships are where theory meets practice. Selected students gain an understanding of how theoretical concepts learned in the classroom apply to real-life situations in the field. Getting hands-on experience as well as exposure to our different business units helps our interns develop professionally—in fact, many are offered full-time positions. If you’re passionate about civil engineering, open to being challenged, and willing to learn, check out our available positions.
News & Insights
Gregory Daviero, Shalla Laws, and Ketan Ragalwar are attending the American Water Works Association's NYSAWWA Tifft Water Symposium on September 22-23.
We are excited to have seven presenters at this year’s AEG Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas!
Meet Muriel Rodriguez, Stephen Miller, and Matthew Lopez to learn more about our services at Schnabel Engineering, and don’t miss Stephen’s presentation, “Developing Sustainable Water Supplies through Conversion of Quarries to Reservoirs” on September 14.