$56,451.62 - $116,987.73 Annually
Fairfax Water has an immediate opening for a . This position will perform engineering work associated with the operation and maintenance of a complex water transmission and distribution system.
Essential functions include:
- Supervising and administering the Fairfax Water Cross Control Program and Backflow Prevention Program by overseeing the duties and responsibilities of the Cross Connection Control Program Coordinator.
- Monitoring various system operations to understand, evaluate, and optimize system operational control strategies.
- Providing technical support to other staff, including supervisors, distribution operators, maintenance personnel, systems control engineers and planning engineers, as appropriate.
- Utilizing computer models to analyze system operations and make recommendations for improvements.
- Assisting with the review of proposals and the selection of outside consultants.
- Preparing maps, records, electronic data, reports, and recommendations on system operation and maintenance activities.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or closely related field. Certification as an Engineering in Training (EIT), or the ability to obtain within one year. Candidate should have a knowledge of engineering and scientific concepts, theories, principles, practices, procedures, and analytical techniques. Candidate should also have a working knowledge of public water supply production, treatment, and distribution.
To review the full requirements for the position please go to our website at www.fairfaxwater.org and apply online. Fairfax Water offers competitive salaries as well as a comprehensive benefits package, including excellent health insurance, tuition reimbursement, flexible spending accounts, and a defined benefit retirement plan. The salary range for this position is $56,451.62 to $116,987.73 annually. Applications must be received by September 29, 2019.
About Fairfax Water
Fairfax Water is a respected leader in the drinking water industry, supplying drinking water to nearly two million people in the communities of Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, Herndon, Vienna, Alexandria, Falls Church, and Fairfax City. We are Virginia’s largest water utility and one of the 25 largest water utilities in the country, serving one of every five Virginians who obtain their water from public utilities. We aim to uphold customer trust by providing water of exceptional quality and reliability at a reasonable price, supporting the high quality of life and economic vitality of Northern Virginia.