Eastern Municipal Water District
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Civil Engineer I/II (Flex)
at Eastern Municipal Water District
Closing date and time: Open Until Filled
Under direction, performs complex professional engineering work in the research, planning, design and construction of water and sewer capital improvement, maintenance and construction projects; coordinates and guides the work of lower-level professional and technical staff.
Ability to review, prepare or direct the preparation of complex engineering plans, specifications and legal contracts; prepare and evaluate engineering studies of large projects; perform accurate engineering calculations and cost estimates; handle unusual design requests; explain design criteria, policies, ordinances, and procedures to consultants; understand and apply those aspects of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards pertaining to the planning process.
The following criteria will be assessed in evaluating candidates:
- Design and coordination of CIP Implementation: Assessed through application review and oral interview; weighted at 20%.
- Communication/interpersonal skills: Assessed through application review, testing, oral interview, review work history, and reference checks; weighted at 20%
- Organization/time management skills: Assessed through oral interview, review of work history, and reference checks; weighted at 20%.
- Technical knowledge: Assessed through application review, testing, and oral interview; weighted at 20%.
- Team management skills: Assessed through testing, oral interview, review work history, and reference checks; weighted at 15%.
- District/governance knowledge: Assessed through oral interview; weighted at 5%.
NOTE: District policy allows department management to use all or a portion of the selection process identified within this job flyer, but may not add additional steps after the flyer has been posted. Only the most competitive applicants may advance to an oral interview. Employees who are not meeting the expectations in their current position will not be advanced in the selection process.
Training and Experience:
A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or other engineering discipline acceptable to the District. Water Treatment Facility Design and Corrosion Engineering Experience preferred.
A Civil Engineer I may be considered for advancement to Civil Engineer II after three years of professional level civil engineering experience gained under California Registration as a Professional Engineer (P.E.).
Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements:
A valid license as a Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering issued by the State of California. Some positions may require a valid California driver’s license and the ability to maintain insurability under the District’s Vehicle Insurance Policy.