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Engineer Positions (Multiple) | San Joaquin County
Stockton, California, Description: The San Joaquin County Public Works Department is seeking dynamic and experienced individuals to join a progressive, public service employer. The Water Resources Division has an opening for an Engineer V to fill a senior level engineering role, and work directly with the Water Resources Manager on current and future flood control and water supply efforts. Other vacancies exist in the Water Resources as well as the Community Infrastructure Engineering Divisions, which will be filled at either the Engineer II, Engineer III or Engineer IV level depending on qualifications. While the Engineer II and Engineer III are unlicensed, and the Engineer IV is licensed, all levels perform professional field and office engineering work in the planning, engineering and management of Division projects and programs, while providing professional engineering judgment on projects and studies, and may supervise engineering staff. Qualifications: Valid California driver’s license. Engineer II : Two years of progressively responsible and varied civil engineering experience; and either 1. Possession of a valid Engineer-in-Training certificate as issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, or 2. Bachelor’s degree in engineering or closely related field from an ABET-accredited college or university Engineer III : Four years of progressively responsible and varied civil engineering experience equivalent to Engineer I in San Joaquin County; and a valid Engineer-in-Training certificate as issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Engineer IV : Valid certification of registration as a Civil or Traffic Engineer issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Engineer V : Two years of experience as either a Registered Civil Engineer or Traffic Engineer in an organization performing diversified public works activities combined with a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or closely related field from an ABET-accredited college or university, and valid certification of registration as a Civil or Traffic Engineer issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Please see job posting for full salary/benefits info, based on position level...
DISTRICT ENGINEER | COSTA MESA SANITARY DISTRICT
Costa Mesa, California, Annualized salary range $126,076 to $170,120, plus a generous benefits package, with hiring DOQ. Costa Mesa Sanitary District (CMSD) is an independent special district serving all of the City of Costa Mesa and portions of Newport Beach and unincorporated Orange County, with a population of 116,700. Costa Mesa, known as the “City of the Arts,” is centrally located between Los Angeles and San Diego, minutes from the beach. The District’s just cause is “Keeping our water environment pollution free.” CMSD provides wastewater collection and transmission to Orange County Sanitation District facilities for treatment and disposal, as well as residential trash collection and transmittal to a recycling facility. The District has 20 employees and a current annual budget of $12.5 million, which includes a capital budget of $1.5 million. The District maintains 224.2 miles of sewer mains ranging from 8-inches to 30-inches in diameter that transmit approximately 10.1 million gallons of wastewater per day. There are 4,707 sewer manholes within the system, which are used as access points for cleaning and inspection purposes. As of 2019, the District's wastewater system contained a total of 47,471 connections to single family residences, multi-family residences, commercial properties, and industrial properties. There are 20 sewer pumping stations located within the collection system that are necessary to convey flow from low lying areas to higher elevations where the wastewater can again flow by gravity. The position reports to the General Manager. Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: a bachelor’s degree, from an accredited college or university, with major coursework in civil engineering; and at least ten years of increasingly responsible experience related to planning, evaluation, design, construction and assessment of large sewerage systems, including pipeline and pump station projects with management of at least ten projects during design and/or construction. Requires possession of a valid Certificate of Registration as a professional civil engineer issued by the State of California. A detailed brochure can be found at www.robertsrcg.com/18501/cmsd . Apply by October 26, 2020 (email preferred) to: Valerie Roberts or Norm Roberts, Roberts Consulting Group, phone (424) 522-2251, email robertsrcg@msn.com. EEO/ADA...
Assistant / Associate Engineer | City of San Mateo
San Mateo, California, The City of San Mateo is a very progressive City that encourages staff and resident engagement to develop positive solutions that meet the demands of the community and regulatory landscape.  To this end, the Assistant/Associate Engineers will help support efforts to accomplish short and long-term project deliveries, while sustaining the City’s missions, visions and goals.  The Public Works Department is committed to high performance levels and standards, utilizing best practices relative to performance management and team-oriented approaches.  The Department supports staff development through a variety of internal and external training opportunities.  Each Assistant/Associate Engineer will be given the opportunity to participate in team building efforts to accomplish the collective services, goals, projects, initiatives, and work plans of the Department and City. The Traffic Engineering Section’s Assistant/Associate Engineer’s key assignments include PS&E development and review, traffic engineering policy implementation, traffic impact analysis review and conducting engineering studies. PS&E development includes roadway modifications, traffic signal and communications improvements, bike, ped, and complete streets elements, and traffic control plans. The Assistant/Associate is expected to work independently to coordinate with consultants, contractors, and other agencies on behalf of the City, as well as communicate with project stakeholders including property owners, other City staff, and public officials. Under the direction of a Senior Engineer, the Assistant/Associate Engineer will perform the duties relative to their position. Demands of this position will continue to evolve and change to respond to community needs. Adaptability and flexibility are important for success in this position. For a complete list of duties, reference our job specifications at www.cityofsanmateo.org   Assistant Engineer -  $8,169 - $9,739 mon - Associate Engineer: $8,984 - $10,719 mon What You Bring: Any Combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities are qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Assistant Engineer: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering or a related field. One year of experience in professional engineering work in the area of assignment. Possession of an Engineer-in-Training Certificate. Please attach certificate to you on-line employment application.  It is Required - your application will not be considered if not attached. Associate Engineer - In addition to the qualifications for an Assistant Engineer: Two years of professional engineering experience comparable to that of an Assistant Engineer in the City of San Mateo. Possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California. Who You Are: Assistant Engineer: You possess the knowledge of principles and practices of engineering as applied to public works, utilities or building construction projects; analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals. You possess the ability to learn and apply pertinent Federal, State and local policies, procedures, laws and regulations; and use and care for engineering and drafting instruments and equipment. Associate Engineer - In addition to the qualifications for an Assistant Engineer: You possess the knowledge of engineering policies and procedures; principles of supervision and training; pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes and regulations. You have the ability to make and/or review complex engineering designs and computations and prepare engineering plans and studies with minimum supervision; perform complex professional engineering work with a minimum of supervision; and supervise and train subordinates. Recruitment will close on 10/19/2020 at 12 noon. Submit an online application, résumé, (highly recommended) and supplemental questionnaire, by clicking on this link: https://www.calopps.org/city-of-san-mateo What We Offer •Comprehensive benefits package including generous paid leave and health benefits •CalPERS retirement 2% @ 55 for classic members; 2% @ 62 for new members. Classic employees contribute 7.84% to CalPERS and New members contribute 6.75% to CalPERS with participation in the Social Security Program •Programs: City contribution of 1.0% of base salary to Retirement Health Savings Account •Deferred Comp: City match up to 0.5% of base salary •Free Fitness classes through City of San Mateo Parks and Recreation, Employee Assistance Program and Credit Union Membership •Bilingual Differential: $195 monthly (if applicable) •Employee Housing Loan Program up to $7,500 for certain costs associated with either a home purchase or rental assistance •This classification falls within an employee bargaining unit, employees of which may elect to join...
City Engineer | City of Costa Mesa
Costa Mesa, California, THE DEPARTMENT The Public Services Department is dedicated to delivering vital services through efficient utilization and allocation of resources to provide the Costa Mesa Community with opportunities to enjoy an unsurpassed quality of life. The Department provides effective and efficient public services including maintenance of City parks and facilities, promotion of conservation and preservation of natural resources, and supporting economic vitality through the upgrade and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure. The Department provides services related to engineering, transportation, park and city facilities maintenance, water quality, waste management and recycling, and will be advancing the City’s environmental conservation, energy and sustainability programs. THE POSITION Under direction of the Public Services Director, the City Engineer is responsible for all the functions and activities of the Engineering Division by performing professional and administrative engineering work, and assisting in planning, organizing, budgeting, directing staff and implementation of the City’s Capital Improvement Program. Reviews and approves designs, plans, and specifications prepared by division and consulting engineers. Interacts with the public, other governmental agency officials, contractors, and consulting engineers. Also may act in the absence of the Public Services Director. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal City Engineer will be a seasoned leader with a proven track record of effective team management. He/she will be driven to provide exceptional services to the citizens and will effectively manage employees by inspiring, mentoring, goal setting and assessing performance. The successful individual will also be experienced and able to find innovative and effective solutions to address the variety of projects and initiatives. Experience, Education & Training Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in Civil Engineering. A Master’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field is highly desirable.  Must have five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience in the field of engineering, including three (3) years supervisory/management experience in a municipal agency. A valid State of California Professional Engineer (Civil) license is required. Leadership Qualities & Management Style The new City Engineer must have experience in a fast paced and dynamic government environment, have the technical experience to bring projects to completion and have demonstrated a desire to build a thriving community through innovation in public works, fiscal responsibility and environmental consciousness. The individual will have experience administering large capital improvement budgets. He/She must be an excellent communicator with proper political acumen, possess the ability to build solid relationships with internal and external stakeholders and must have a collaborative leadership style and commitment to mentoring and developing staff. In addition, the successful candidate should possess the following professional attributes and skill strengths: Exemplifies high standards and uncompromising integrity Ability to motivate, mentor, and inspire staff Extensive knowledge of public administration, including goal setting, program development, implementation and evaluation Ability to make effective presentations before council, commissions, committees, public groups and organizations Forward thinking and innovative with the ability to incorporate long range planning into a standard business practice Ability to anticipate and plan for probable challenges before they materialize Inclusive, collaborative and committed to teamwork *Due to recent budget reductions, employees in these classifications are required to furlough 104 hours between June 21, 2020 and July 20, 2021. New employees will have their required furlough hours prorated based on hire date. The City also offers an attractive benefits package including: Retirement – Employees contribute 10.00% of their salary on a pre-tax basis towards the 2% @ 60 (Classic Members) or 9% towards the 2% @ 62 (New Members under PEPRA) CALPERS retirement formula (depending on eligibility). Health Insurance – City pays full contribution toward employee and family medical, dental and long-term disability (LTD) insurance within a flexible benefits plan. The flexible benefit contribution for 2020 is $2170 per month. Life Insurance – City provides $50,000 term life insurance policy. Supplemental life, short-term disability and/or cancer insurance are available. ADerred compensation plan, the City offers a 401(a) deferred compensation plan through ICMA, with a City match of 0.5%. Executive Leave – 40 hours per year; 60 additional hours are available upon approval of the City Manager. Holidays – Twelve (12) paid holidays per year, including sixteen (16) floating holiday hours. Sick Leave – Twelve (12) days per year. Vacation – Accrued in accordance with tenure ranging from 11.5 days per year (upon hire) to 26.5 days per year. Technology Allowance – This position is eligible for a monthly technology allowance of $75. Professional Development – Up to $1,000 annually for professional development....
Associate Civil Engineer | City of Redondo Beach
Redondo Beach, California, Come work for the beautiful City of Redondo Beach! We are excited to announce that we are accepting applications for the position of Associate Civil Engineer. This position will focus primarily on traffic-related projects and programs. Traffic engineering experience is highly desired. Desirable qualifications will include: Familiarity in applying traffic engineering standards and principles; experience in traffic engineering models such as SYNCHRO; experience with warrant analysis for stop signs or traffic signals; experience with traffic impact analyses; experience in reviewing traffic control plans; and experience with traffic signal and striping design. The successful candidate will serve as a project manager on traffic, transportation and other infrastructure implementation projects and should be familiar with project management in a public works environment. Under the direction of the City Engineer, this Associate Civil Engineer is responsible for developing and coordinating a variety of public works projects, as well as performing other professional duties as assigned in the Engineering Services Division of the Public Works Department.  Applications will be accepted online only via the City's Jobs portal at www.redondo.org/jobs through midnight on October 6, 2020. All applicants must attach a current resume.  EXAMPLES OF DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS: The listed tasks are essential for this position and may include, but are not limited to the following: Performing professional civil engineering duties, including but not limited to the development of, compiling, checking and application of field data used in the layout and construction of streets, roads, curbs, sidewalks, subdivisions, buildings, structures, sewers, storm drains, and other public works projects Participating in the design and construction of public works improvements Preparing and checking engineering calculations, plans and reports associated with CIP projects and developments including, but not limited to, compliance with State and Regional Water Quality Board regulations and Low Impact Developments (LIDs) and other State/Federal regulations Preparing and checking plans, profiles and cross-sections for right of way improvements Supervising and training technical services personnel and advising Department managers on appointments, evaluations, and disciplinary actions Assisting with Department budget preparation and administration Preparing assessment district calculations and reports Performing engineering analyses and calculations for determining horizontal and vertical alignments, tentative grade levels, and making curve computations Conferring with the public, contractors and developers to provide information and assistance in complying with City engineering practices, rules and requirements Preparing and checking subdivision transactions including but not limited to maps, legal descriptions/exhibits for deeds, easements and right-of-way improvements Participating in the acquisition of right-of-way and establishment of improvement districts by providing presentations to and conducting interviews with property owners and coordinating right-of-way acquisition activities with the State and County Acting as chief of survey party or as resident/project engineer and/or inspector for construction projects as required Preparing correspondence and reports and maintaining records Operating a motor vehicle while performing various duties that include conducting field inspections and other travel to and from assignments Conducting duties, responsibilities, tasks and assignments with a constructive, cooperative, positive, professional attitude and demeanor Providing critical thinking and a  thorough review of recommendations, decisions and completed staff work Providing initiative in achieving positive and timely results for the organization Delivering internal and external customer service while solving problems and proactively creating sustainable solutions to issues Supporting the City's mission, goals, policies and objectives Supporting the City's corporate values of: openness and honesty; integrity and ethics; accountability; outstanding customer service; teamwork; excellence; fiscal responsibility; and environmental responsibility Performing other related duties as required   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This positions requires: Knowledge of : Materials, equipment, regulations, principles, procedures and/or practices necessary to perform required duties including but not limited to applicable safety and health regulations; correct use of the English language including proper spelling, grammar and punctuation. The position requires computer literacy with knowledge in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and ability to use CADD and related engineering software systems; ability to communicate using email programs; and the ability to understand and adhere to City policies regarding information technology. The ability to : Satisfactorily perform required duties in the Engineering Services Division of the Public Works Department; learn and apply the principles and practices of effective supervision, training and performance evaluation, budget preparation and administration; read and interpret plans and specifications; perform calculations and cost estimates; prepare reports, agenda items, letters, and memorandums; communicate effectively, both in writing and orally; reason logically and creatively; demonstrate initiative; work independently and on project matrix teams; establish and maintain effective relationships with other City employees, colleagues, public officials, and the public; coordinate with outside agencies and contractors; legally operate a motor vehicle in the State of California. Expected Competencies include : Sound decision-making skills; critical thinking ability; problem-solving and innovation skills; drive for results; analytic skills; interpersonal customer service and diplomatic skills; and ethical conduct. Minimum Qualifications to apply for this position: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelors' degree in civil engineering or other occupationally-related field At least two years of full-time professional level civil engineering experience Valid registration as a Civil/Professional Engineer in the State of California Registration as a Traffic Engineer is highly desired Possession of a valid Driver License Highly Desired Qualifications : Traffic engineering experience is highly desired. Preferred experience includes: Familiarity in applying traffic engineering standards and principles; experience in traffic engineering models such as SYNCHRO; experience with warrant analysis for stop signs or traffic signals; experience with traffic impact analyses; and experience with traffic signal and striping design. Competitive benefits package; Public service longevity bonus available; Generous leave time policies....
Assistant, Associate, Full - Political Participation, Public Policies, and Young People | University of California Berkeley
Berkeley, California, Assistant, Associate, Full - Political Participation, Public Policies, and Young People - Goldman School of Public Policy TENURE-TRACK or TENURED FACULTY POSITION GOLDMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY AT UC BERKELEY The Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured appointment to the faculty, with an expected start date of July 1, 2021. We seek applications from researchers and scholars who focus on issues, social changes, and public policies that affect young adults in the United States, and the ways in which public policy can support working and diverse populations who are young adults. We expect that the faculty member would be affiliated and do research with the Berkeley Institute for Young Americans at GSPP (the website can be viewed here: http://youngamericans.berkeley.edu/ ). We seek candidates with a variety of specializations, including but not limited to: the political participation and policy engagement of young people, such as the modes with which individuals engage and how levels of engagement can affect a range of policy outcomes, and differentially by race and class; how public policies and the funding of public programs at all levels of government affect individuals over the life course and differently across age groups or cohorts. For example how housing, public finance, education, criminal justice, and/or health policies distinctly affect young Americans and their opportunities for success; and the economic and technological shifts that have affected the experiences of young adults, including the changing nature of work, college access and affordability; and public policies that might help. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in political science, sociology, demography, psychology, public policy, public affairs, or another discipline relevant to the topical policy area under consideration. Preference will be given to scholars who have demonstrated the capacity to make significant research contributions and who have a clear interest in teaching in the core of the School's Masters in Public Policy professional program. Prior policy experience is desirable. The Goldman School is interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through their research, teaching, and service. We are seeking a mid-career hire, likely at the advanced Assistant or Associate Professor level. A scholar with a record sufficient to be awarded tenure at UC Berkeley, at the time of hire or shortly thereafter, along with a strong commitment to teaching and diversity, equity, and inclusion. GSPP has a diverse faculty that is committed to all forms of diversity, and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values at UC Berkeley and at the Goldman School of Public Policy. Our excellence can only be fully realized by faculty, students, and staff who share our commitment to these values. Successful candidates for our faculty positions will demonstrate evidence of a commitment to advancing equity and inclusion. Minimum Basic Qualifications: Ph.D. (or equivalent international degree) or enrolled in a Ph.D. (or equivalent international degree) granting program and completion of all requirements except the dissertation at the time of application. Preferred Qualifications: Receipt of the Ph.D. or equivalent international degree within one year of employment. To apply please go to the following link: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/JPF02701 Applications must be received by October 23, 2020. Applications that are not complete by the deadline will not be considered. Please direct all questions to Aaron Schiller at aaschiller@berkeley.edu . Letters of Reference: letters of reference will be sought from finalists only, and we will seek your permission before doing so. All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. Please refer potential referees, including when letters are provided via third party (i.e., dossier service or career center), to the UC Berkeley statement of confidentiality ( http://apo.berkeley.edu/evalltr.html ) prior to submitting their letters. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California non-discrimination and affirmation action policy see: http:// https://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/DiscHarassAffirmAction Copyright ©2017 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-b2bbed0d7f0a854a96eb6f692dc9fa72...
Geotechnical Project Engineer (Multiple Locations) | Earth Systems Pacific
San Luis Obispo, California, Earth Systems provides a wide variety of services including geotechnical engineering, geology and hydrogeology, construction materials testing and inspection, and soils and materials laboratory testing. Earth Systems is founded on our people and has more than 50 years of experience working in communities throughout California.    We are currently recruiting for leadership-driven and self-motivated Project Engineers to join our team throughout several of our California offices. Job opportunities range from San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles and Northern California. Check out all of our current job postings on our website here:   Click here to browse open positions!    Do you want to live and work on the beautiful Central Coast of California? Relocation bonuses are available for candidates applying to our San Luis Obispo positions (relocation assistance available for other locations as well)!   We look forward to hearing from you!   Employment conditioned upon the satisfactory review of Motor Vehicle Records, drug and alcohol screening, and a medical evaluation appropriate to the position. We offer a competitive salary and benefit plan including medical, vision, dental, life insurance, generous PTO, paid holidays, and 401(k) retirement plan with employer matching. Earth Systems provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Salary is negotiable and will vary depending on years of experience and professional certifications....
Capital Project Manager II-III | Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
Los Altos, California, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District - JOB ANNOUNCEMENT CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGER II-III* CPM II Annual Pay Range: $84,079 – $104,980  CPM III Annual Pay Range: $102,187 – $127,600  * Midpen determines hiring level depending on qualifications   OPEN UNTIL FILLED - First application review on September 27, 2020 Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply early The application window may close at any time after September 27th without further notice       Do you have a passion for outdoor recreation and open space? With the passage of Measure AA, the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District has ramped up project delivery to fulfill commitments made to the public regarding greater access and outdoor education, protected open space lands, and resource restoration.  Midpen has an excellent opportunity for a bright, enthusiastic, energetic, and experienced individual for Capital Project Manager II-III who will manage key public access projects in open space areas in Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz Counties.   Capital Project Manager III project work includes designing, permitting, and contracting for recreational amenities such as bridges, roads, staging areas, site amenities, structures, water systems, and District infrastructure. Capital Project Manager II project work includes assisting with design, permitting, and contracting. About Midpen :  Midpen is a regional greenbelt system in the Santa Cruz Mountain region comprised of nearly 65,000 acres of land in 26 extraordinary open space preserves, permanently protected for public enjoyment and recreation. Midpen is a growing organization with a focused mission that guides our work, and where every employee makes an impact.  If you are looking for an outstanding opportunity to contribute to the legacy of open space protection and outdoor recreation, working with an incredible team of like-minded colleagues, we invite you to apply for this position!  View the interactive story map, Top 25 Future Open Space Project Portfolios , and view our Working for Midpen video. About the Position :  The focus is on the development and implementation of a wide variety of capital improvement projects to increase public access and enjoyment of Midpen lands.  Ideal applicants will be an organized, creative, energetic, self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills, who enjoy working in an outdoor open space setting within a collaborative group dynamic. The applicant is also expected to foster communication and collaboration with other Midpen departments to coordinate project requirements, work with local jurisdictional agencies to fulfill project permitting requirements, interact with project design consultants and contractors, and maintain project documentation. Midpen will look for applicants who have demonstrated expertise in the following areas: The Capital Project Manager II supports a project from final design development through construction. This position focuses on construction project management – evaluating the constructability of a project during design, assisting with bidding, award of contract and managing construction oversight to completion.   Applicants with construction inspection, civil engineering, and/or construction management backgrounds are highly desired. For additional information, see the Capital Project Manager II job description on Midpen’s website. The Capital Project Manager III supports a project from planning and conceptual design and takes a lead role from design development through construction.  This position requires strong project management – evaluating the constructability of a project during planning and conceptual design, and leading the design development and engineering, permitting, CEQA mitigation compliance, bidding, contracting and construction oversight to completion. The Capital Project Manager III uses their strong communication skills to present projects to the Board of Directors, Board Committees, and at public meetings. For additional information, see the Capital Project Manager III job description on Midpen’s website. Applicants with engineering, landscape architecture, construction inspection, and/or construction management backgrounds are highly desired. Work Environment :  During this time of COVID-19 restrictions and care for our employees’ health, Midpen employees are working remotely. However, once restrictions are lifted this position will operate in the Engineering and Construction Department at Midpen’s office in Los Altos, California.  Capital Project Managers will often work in the field, and hike steep terrain and wildland areas with poison oak and wildlife. Fieldwork will require driving in remote areas on dirt roads, working in temperatures ranging from cold and blustery to hot and dry. Ideal candidates will be comfortable working in these types of field conditions, as well as in an office environment. Education and Experience :  We realize your time is valuable, so please apply only if you have at least the required minimum qualifications outlined here: any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:  Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in civil or structural engineering, construction management, landscape architecture, or a related field, and: Capital Project Manager II : three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in construction design, construction, and inspection preferably in parks, open space, or related field. Capital Project Manager III : five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in project management preferably in parks, open space, or related field.  A Master’s Degree in an Engineering, Architecture, or Geology discipline and/or a professional license (PE, PG, Landscape Architect, Architect) is highly desirable. Licenses & Certifications Required :   Possession of a valid California Driver’s License. Benefits :   The Open Space District provides an excellent benefits package including health, life & disability insurance as well as CalPERS pension. Please see the Benefits page of the District website for details. How to Apply : Open until filled.  First application review will be on September 27, 2020. The application window may close at any time without further notice after September 27th.  Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply early. A note to applicants who currently live outside of the San Francisco Bay Area: before committing to the application process, and if you haven’t done so already, we suggest evaluating the feasibility of relocation. We recommend researching the cost of living in the San Francisco Bay Area, the cost to relocate, and typical commute times to Los Altos from outlying areas. Ready to apply?  Great!  We welcome your application online via CalOpps.org The following application items are required in order to be considered*: Fully completed CalOpps employment application Cover letter Resume Supplemental question responses *Incomplete CalOpps employment applications, or applications without the required application items, will not be considered for the position. Applicants with the most relevant experience and qualifications suitable for the position will be contacted for an interview.   Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is an Equal Opportunity Employer Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation by contacting the Human Resources department at (650) 691-1200. Put your passion for Open Space to work! Education and Experience :  We realize your time is valuable, so please apply only if you have at least the required minimum qualifications outlined here: any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:  Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in civil or structural engineering, construction management, landscape architecture, or a related field, and: Capital Project Manager II : three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in construction design, construction, and inspection preferably in parks, open space, or related field. Capital Project Manager III : five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in project management preferably in parks, open space, or related field.  A Master’s Degree in an Engineering, Architecture, or Geology discipline and/or a professional license (PE, PG, Landscape Architect, Architect) is highly desirable. Licenses & Certifications Required :   Possession of a valid California Driver’s License. CPM II Annual Pay Range: $84,079 – $104,980 CPM III Annual Pay Range: $102,187 – $127,600 Midpen determines hiring level depending on qualifications...
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