Associate Engineer - Under direction of the District Engineer, plans, organizes, and supervises capital improvement projects and complicated professional engineering work related to the wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system.
Field Engineer – Under direction of the District Engineer, performs engineering work related to design, investigation, and construction of wastewater-related projects; inspects construction projects and may act as project manager for assigned projects.
The applicant should be able to successfully perform the full duties and meet the qualifications contained in the job description. For the detailed job descriptions, visit https://oroloma.org/employment/. Some examples of duties include: coordinate capital improvement projects, including design, construction, and inspections; provide technical input on system modifications for lift stations, sewer mains, and the wastewater treatment plant; prepare progress payments, change orders, and reports; design and prepare plans and specifications and cost estimates for projects on lift stations, sewer mains, and wastewater treatment plant; interpret and enforce construction plans and specifications; other related duties as assigned.
EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, LICENSES: Any combination of education and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and abilities, is qualifying.
Associate Engineer – Five years of experience in civil or sanitary engineering (experience with management of wastewater treatment plant and/or sewer collection system desirable); and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in civil engineering, sanitary engineering, or related field; and a valid California driver’s license; and possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration.
Field Engineer – Three years increasingly responsible experience, two of which under the supervision of a registered Professional Engineer or General Engineering Contractor, involving engineering, construction of industrial facilities, construction planning, and/or construction inspection for a private contractor, municipal agency, or engineering consultant involved in significant municipal engineering; and a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field (12 years of field experience in construction or engineering may be substituted for the required degree); and a valid California driver’s license.
Since 1911, Oro Loma Sanitary District has provided wastewater collection and treatment services, along with residential and commercial solid waste and recycling services, to its 135,000 customers. Oro Loma Sanitary District encompasses 13 square miles and serves the communities of San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Fairview, and portions of Castro Valley, City of Hayward, and City of San Leandro. Serving our community, protecting our environment. For more information, please visit http://www.oroloma.org.