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ADDED BY Uncategorized ON 05.22.2018
What do you do at WET?
Senior Engineer responsible for development (residential and commercial) and utility projects (water, sewer, storm water, sitework, etc)
How long have you been in the industry? How long with WET?
I have been an engineer for 15 years, this is my 7th year at WET.
What is the most satisfying part of your job?
I like the challenge and variety of projects I get to work on with WET. I have been very fortunate to work with great clients and colleagues at WET.
What do you do in your spare time?
I serve as Vice President of the George Grant Chapter of Trout Unlimited and have been on the board for 5+ years. I am a licensed MT fishing guide and am guiding many of the weekends during the peak fishing season. When I am not working, I enjoy spending my spare time fishing with my lovely wife, Angela, and our four-legged children (Drake and Cooper). When I can’t be on the water, I spend my spare time tying flies and designing flies for CATCH Fly Fishing.
What is an interesting/obscure fact about yourself?
I used to be a pretty darn good trumpet player. Other than that, I am not really that interesting.
ADDED BY Uncategorized ON 03.16.2018
Job: I wear a lot of different hats at WET to fill whatever role I can. Sometimes I accompany an engineer into the field and help them with well sampling or surveying. Sometimes I build things that need to be built, or fix things that need to be fixed. Sometimes I’m given raw computer data and asked to put it into a more manageable form. Ultimately, everything that I do helps build the experience I’ll need to make the transition to engineer-in-training.
This is my third year as an environmental intern, and my second with WET.
The dynamism – I never feel bored at work! Very rarely is anything that I do exactly like something I’ve done before. Every day I get to expand my knowledge of, and experience in, the consulting world.
Since I’m still a student, spare time is sometimes tough for me to come by! But I usually fill my open days with reading and photography. During the summer, I try to go to as many concerts as I can.
In 8th grade, I taught myself how to write backwards, so the paper could be read normally on the other side when held up to a light. I still do it from time to time.
ADDED BY Uncategorized ON 02.20.2018
I am an Administrative Assistant with many time sensitive responsibilities. My job description is vast, but the most important duties entail greeting clients, assisting engineers with various reporting tasks and managing our vehicle fleet. I take care of the daily mail as well as accounting functions. I also schedule meetings, luncheons, and travel arrangements. Purchasing is also one of my important responsibilities.
I have been in the engineering industry for two years and have worked at WET during this time.
The most satisfying part of my job is working with a great crew and meeting clients.
In my spare time, I enjoy all that Montana has to offer. I spend time at my family cabin. I love hiking, fishing and whitewater rafting on the Lochsa River. I also enjoy time with my husband as well as my amazing friends and family. I especially love spending time with my grandkids. I strive for toxic free living and work with essential oils. I also can be found at canvas art classes with my friends. Along with my husband and friends, I am a frequent music concert goer. I volunteer with activities that draw attention and money to organizations that are dear to my heart such as the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake and the United Way. With my WET team, I join in decorating a Christmas tree each year for the Festival of Trees in which the proceeds go to our women’s shelter, Safe Space. And last but not least, if ever in Vegas, I’m a Blackjack gal. 😊
A fact about myself is that the rock band, Journey has been my all-time favorite band since I was twelve years old. I am a Journey junkie!