TAHOE-TRUCKEE SANITATION AGENCY, an advanced wastewater reclamation plant, serving the North Lake Tahoe-Truckee area, is seeking an Associate Civil Engineer. Must take and pass routine pre-placement physical examination, drug screen and background check.
Open Date: 02/07/2018 / Close Date: Until Filled
Under the direction of the Senior Engineer, is responsible for performing highly technical engineering work and exercising professional judgement in all areas of the plant and interceptor pipeline. Assumes a high degree of responsibility, is able to act independently and make informed decisions for engineering projects, and is able to adhere to project schedules, deadlines, and budgets. Oversees and performs complex engineering activities and drafting tasks (AutoCAD) for all project phases including planning, design, bidding, construction, startup, and warranty. Performs the duties of project engineer, and occasionally project manager, for large and small projects including consultant oversight and interaction, engineering evaluation and design, staff and public agency coordination, and construction management. Coordinates multidisciplinary work as required to successfully execute complex projects. Prepares special engineering reports/studies and completes technical work for plant and pipeline operations and maintenance programs. Performs all duties in a safe, orderly and professional manner.
Interested applicants must apply by submitting an application, resume, and cover letter to Mrs. Chavez at email@example.com by end of close date. Please provide "Associate Civil Engineer" in the subject title of the email. Please visit www.ttsa.net/job-openings for a complete job description and application.
Additional Salary Information: T-TSA has a very competitive employee benefit package which includes participation in CalPERS retirement; 100% of Medical/Dental premiums for employees and dependents are paid by the Agency; Vision insurance is Agency funded; Premium paid for employee life insurance; Eleven (11) paid holidays; Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA); vacation and sick leave benefits; Retiree medical coverage; and more.
Career Compass is a monthly column from ICMA focused on career issues for local government professional staff. These articles, written by Dr. Frank Benest, ICMA’s senior advisor for Next Generation Initiatives, are provided by CSDA as part of its sponsorship of the Cal-ICMA Coaching Program. Topics range from developing leadership skills to navigating office politics.