Under the direction of the Engineering Department Manager, is responsible for performing highly technical engineering work and exercising considerable professional judgement in all areas of the plant and interceptor pipeline. Assumes a very 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 manager and project engineer 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.
Requires BS degree in Civil Engineering from an EJC accredited college. MS degree in Civil Engineering is desired. Registered California Civil Professional Engineering license is required. Requires at least fifteen (15) years of responsible engineering experience. A Master’s degree in civil engineering may be substituted for five years of the minimum required experience.
Certificates & Licenses:
1. P.E. – Civil, California.
2. CA/NV Driver License - Basic Class C. Driving record that enables insurability on Agency policy is required.
3. CPR/First Aid certification, or ability to obtain within one year of hire.
4. 40 hour Hazwoper certification, or ability to obtain within six months of hire.
5. Incident Command System trained, or ability to obtain within one year of hire.
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Additional Salary Information: EXCELLENT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS include CalPERS retirement; 100% of Medical/Dental/Vision premiums for employees and dependents are paid by the Agency; retiree medical coverage; premium paid for employee life insurance; 11 paid holidays; Health Reimbursement Account; vacation and sick leave benefits.
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