Salary: $105,364.00 - $134,474.00 (Yearly Salary)
Under general direction, performs engineering review and/or management of all or parts of capital and operating projects or development projects of moderate scope; assists in the development of strategic issues within District policies; performs plan checks of proposed developments including project coordination with other agencies, small-scale construction inspection to assure compliance with District standards; and performs a variety of professional tasks relative to the assigned area of responsibility.
This is an experienced class with responsibilities focused on a full range of engineering and project management duties as assigned. Successful performance of the work requires occasional instruction and/or assistance as new or unusual situations arise, as well as skills in coordinating work with those of other District departments and public agencies and dealing with the public.
Principles, practices, procedures and standards related to District infrastructure development and Principles, practices, procedures and standards related to District infrastructure development and maintenance;
Principles and practices of civil engineering;
Principles and procedures of project management including planning, scheduling, budget, and control;
Principles and practices of cost estimation and contract administration;
Methods, materials, and techniques used in the construction of public utilities projects;
Engineering practices with emphasis on water supply, treatment and distribution; and wastewater collection;
Engineering mathematics and economics;
Plan Check review procedures for new developments;
Construction methods, materials, specifications and codes;
Basic report preparation and technical letter writing;
Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including personal computers