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Civil/Utility Engineer II/III - Stormwater
The primary initial assignment for this position will be the management of the stormwater program, which focuses on compliance with the City’s Phase II Municipal Stormwater NPDES Permit. The permit responsibilities include, but are not limited to, public education and outreach, illicit discharge detection and elimination, control of runoff from new development, coordination with operations and maintenance, and water quality monitoring. Administration of permit-required programs, documentation, and reporting are essential components of stormwater program management. Job functions also include the evaluation, design, and construction of capital projects for the stormwater system. The position may be reassigned as needed by the Engineering Division to include work for the street system and for the solid waste, water, and wastewater utilities. This position is represented by AFSCME Local #1619
The Civil/Utility Engineer supervises, coordinates, and performs work involved in the preparation of working drawings, plans, specifications, and estimates relating to the design, construction, and maintenance of public works projects and facilities. Such projects include water, wastewater, stormwater, streets and solid waste systems. The Civil/Utility engineer administers contracts and manages construction projects and consultant agreements. The Civil/Utility Engineer also assists in the preparation of annual budget, the Capital Facilities Plan, and grant applications. The engineer may also assist in the administration of functional areas within the combined engineering program of the city; including streets, storm water, traffic signals and other engineering projects along with development plan reviews, grant/loan support and permitting. Position will be hired depending upon qualifications of applicants.
Civil Utility Engineer II:
Range A30 $85,818.72 - $102,469.12 annually ($41.259 - $49.264 per hour)
Civil Utility Engineer III:
Range A34 $96,570.24 - $115,311.04 annually ($46.428 - $55.438 per hour)
Excellent benefits include medical, dental and vision coverage for employee and dependents, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, vacation/sick leave accrual, PERS retirement and deferred compensation plan matching. Employee shares 12.5% of the medical premium.
AFSCME Local 1619 Represented Position.
Applicants must submit the City of Port Angeles application and may attach a cover letter and/or resume. COPA is an EOE.
Applicants will be evaluated on the education requirements and related experience. Only those selected to receive an interview will be contacted. Recruitment is open until position is filled.
Engineering Related Disciplines:
Civil, mechanical, industrial, environmental, or general engineering or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience is required.
Civil/Utility Engineer II
- Bachelor of Science Degree in civil engineering or related engineering discipline.
- Possession of an Engineering-in-Training certificate is required.
- Possession of a valid Professional Engineer’s License from the State of Washington or a minimum of 8 years of progressive engineering experience under the direct supervision of a licensed engineer is required (Professional Engineer’s License highly desirable).
- Desire proficient computer skills with database, spreadsheet, word processing, CADD, graphics and engineering software applications.
- Other requirements include Washington State driver’s license within 30 days, and a good driving record.
Civil Utility Engineer III
In addition to the above, the Civil Utility Engineer III will require the following:
- Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in Civil Engineering or other related field.
- At least ten (10) years of experience in the design of municipal water, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, transportation, solid waste, and/or open stream projects.
- Washington State Professional Engineering license required or ability to obtain one within six months.
An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.