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|Engineer I, II or III | City of San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo, California, JOB SUMMARY : Employees in this job class provide general engineering support and direction to a variety of public and private projects. This position will perform professional and technical civil engineering work starting with simple and moving to more complex projects. Typical projects may include the following: roads, drainage, grading, buildings, water and wastewater pipelines and treatment facilities, tanks, parks and landscaping, bike paths, environmental mitigation and other related infrastructure. As employees show an increase in knowledge, skills, abilities, and initiative, employees will be eligible for promotion. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This classification is part of the Engineer I, II, III career series. SUPERVISION: SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED : Employees in this classification work under general supervision of the Division Manager or Supervising Civil Engineer. Entry level employees may also work under the direction of a Senior or Engineer III within a broad framework of policies and procedures. Employees in the Engineer positions are not directly responsible for the supervision and evaluation of other engineering staff; however they may provide supervision of work product to technician or intern staff. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : (Any one position may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks that may be found in positions of this class.) Prepares construction drawings and specifications for a variety of City public works projects using AutoCAD and related civil design software to process projects through the City. Reviews and evaluates preliminary and final plans and specifications for private development. Inspects and evaluates ongoing public works and development projects to ensure compliance with plans and specifications and regulatory agency requirements. Conducts surveys, and/or assists survey personnel in obtaining field data and conducts a variety of field construction tests for compliance purposes. Verifies and maintains appropriate records and files; prepares comprehensive technical reports and agenda reports related to assignments. Presents reports as needed. Attends various meetings and makes presentations as a representative of the City. Performs a variety of computer and tracking support functions. Interacts with the public at the public counter answering questions and issuing permits for construction in the City's right of way. Performs studies, researches files, records, plans, and maps. Gathers, assembles, analyzes and interprets field data, and prepares reports. Plans, directs, participates, supervises the work product of technicians and interns, and effectively completes assigned projects. This technical work involves engineering, surveying, construction, or other activities related to the civil engineering profession. Administers consultant contracts for support services such as surveying, soil testing, biological studies, etc. Coordinates with other departments as needed to complete assignments. Provides planning, specification, calculation and cost estimating review of other's work. Reviews construction of projects and assists in maintaining construction documents. Reviews and evaluates development plans, maps, and related documents for conformance to City, State, and Federal codes. Reviews calculations and issues permits. Gathers traffic data, maintains traffic records, conducts traffic studies, and prepares traffic reports. Provides assistance to other City employees regarding engineering related matters. Performs related duties similar to the example duties in scope and function as required. Prepares Requests for Proposals for services such as preliminary design, design, construction management, and plan review, and administers work of consultants effectively monitoring costs and deadlines. Provides preliminary and final review of development proposals such as subdivisions maps, parcel maps and subdivision improvements. Interprets and administers applicable ordinances relating to project requirements, prepares engineering reports, and legal descriptions. Reviews private development submittals for compliance with all applicable codes and ordinances. Effectively plans, organizes, schedules and implements projects. Assists in the preparation and administration of budgets for operation and capital improvement programs. Coordinates work with regulatory agencies, public utility companies and private entities. Applies for and obtains permits from local, State and Federal agencies. Applies for and manages grant funding. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES : Knowledge of: Principles and practices of civil engineering applicable to the planning, design, and construction of a wide variety of public works projects. Mathematics, design methods, uses and strengths of construction materials and knowledge of soil engineering as they relate to the design and construction of public works. Hydrology, hydraulics, and structural design practices and procedures. Principles and practices of surveying and construction inspection, including applicable laws and safety requirements. Technical report writing. Computer systems and applicable software programs Cost estimating and contract administration. Pertinent laws and regulations relating to design, construction and development of private and public works. Federal, State and local laws and ordinances regarding planning, design, and construction. Principles of organization, project coordination, and project scheduling. Process for obtaining regulatory permits. Detailed City processes and purchasing policies. Ability to : Apply knowledge gained from education in the performance of professional level engineering. Prepare engineering plans, designs, estimates, and specifications for a variety of public works projects and complete projects effectively. Solve engineering problems, utilizing a variety of civil engineering techniques. Use AutoCAD and standard office software such as word processing, spreadsheets and Adobe Acrobat. Follow written and oral directions. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, contractors, and representatives of other agencies in providing professional engineering assistance and information. Communicate effectively and tactfully in both oral and written forms. Prepare staff reports and make presentations. Establish and maintain effective work relationships. Meet the physical requirements necessary to safely and effectively perform required duties. Maintain activity records, manage documents and infrastructure databases. Work in a standard office setting, field environment, and construction zones. Use standard office and field equipment and the ability to travel to remote field locations. Lift and carry heavy objects. Read printed materials and a computer screen. Hear and speak to communicate in person and over the telephone. Analyze and prepare recommendations for engineering issues. Perform routine survey work for projects. Perform traffic engineering duties. Complete moderately complex projects effectively. Provide a high level of customer service to both internal and external customers. Work independently or in a team environment as both a participant and as the team lead. Prepare, assess, and monitor consultant service proposals, contracts and work product. Complete assignments in a timely manner. Prepare budget documents. Complete regulatory agency permits and grant applications. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS: Engineer I EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE : Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a related field or possession of an Engineer in Training certificate; or An equivalent combination of education and experience. POSSESSION AND MAINTENANCE OF: A valid California class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. A valid certificate of registration as an Engineer in Training (EIT) or Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) is highly desirable. Engineer II EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE : Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a related field orpossession of an Engineer in Training certificate; and Two years' work experience in design, construction,surveying, permits, or plan review of civil engineering projects. or An equivalent combination of education and experience. POSSESSION AND MAINTENANCE OF: A valid California class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. A valid certificate of registration as an Engineer in Training (EIT) or Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) is highly desirable. Engineer III EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE : Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a related field or possession of an Engineer in Training certificate; and Five years work experience in design, construction or plan review of civil engineering projects. or An equivalent combination of education and experience. POSSESSION AND MAINTENANCE OF: A valid California class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. A valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued by the California Board for Professional Engineering and Land Surveyors is highly desirable. Engineer I: Salary range: $2,600- $3,193 - bi-weekly; $67,600- $83,018 - annual Engineer II: Salary range: $2,885 -$3,542 - bi-weekly; $75,000 - $92,092 - annual Engineer III: Salary range: $3,120 - $3,830 - bi-weekly; $81,120 -- $99,580 - annual...
|DEPUTY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES DIRECTOR/MAINTENANCE & COLLECTION SYSTEMS | City of Stockton
Stockton, California, The City of Stockton is seeking a dynamic and professional Deputy Municipal Utilities Director/Maintenance and Collection Systems. This position reports directly to the Director of Municipal Utilities and is responsible for planning, coordinating, managing, reviewing, evaluating, and participating in all wastewater collection facility and stormwater system operations, maintenance, and repair activities. The ideal candidate will bring leadership and management skills in wastewater and stormwater maintenance/collection systems, complemented by a thorough working knowledge of preventive maintenance programs. Additionally, this professional will have the technical skills necessary to effectively manage a variety of preventive maintenance and repair programs, maintain maximum wastewater flow, minimize storm water intrusion, and provide work oversight, review, and evaluation to operational and maintenance personnel. The ideal applicant will successfully manage the City's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System permit, including monitoring compliance to meet State of California requirements, compiling data, reports, forms, and information required to submit to the State and other agencies, liaise with environmental agencies, county health services and other local government agencies. Final Filing Date: Friday, July 23, 2021, 5:00 p.m. For a full job description and on-line application, please go to www.stocktonca.gov/jobs EOE Education/Experience: The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Engineering or a closely related field, AND three years of supervisory experience in a water or wastewater utility or in underground pipeline construction and maintenance. Additional lead or operational level experience, as outlined above, may be substituted for the education on a year for year basis to a maximum of two years. Other Requirements: Must possess a valid California Class C Driver License. Deputy Municipal Utilities Director/Maintenance & Collection Systems (PE) requires possession of a valid registration as a California Professional Civil Engineer. Annual Salary: up to $157,129* w/o a PE up to $162,504* with a PE Depending on Qualifications *2% COLA effective July 1, 2021...
|Senior Educational Facilities Planner | University of California Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, California, Senior Educational Facilities Planner Location: Santa Cruz Job ID: 18952 Initial Review Date (IRD) UC Santa Cruz staff jobs are posted until filled. Application materials submitted by 11:59 pm on the IRD will be routed to the hiring unit for consideration. NOTE: Materials submitted after the IRD will be forwarded only at the request of the hiring unit. Submit your materials before the IRD to ensure consideration by the hiring unit. Initial Review Date (IRD): 06-28-2021 Dept Marketing Statement The Senior Educational Facilities Planner (Sr. Planner) provides professional planning services that guide the physical development of the campus and assists in strategic development and improvement of buildings and space to support UCSC's mission of research, teaching, and public service. As a senior member of the unit, the Sr. Planner is the resident expert on campus and UC policy regarding capital matters, and provides assistance and support in all areas of planning for CPSM staff, campus leadership. They also act as liaison to the Office of Capital Planning at the UC Office of the President. The Sr. Planner uses skills as a seasoned, experienced planning professional with a full understanding of industry practices and procedures to resolve a wide range of planning issues; uses advanced planning concepts and objectives to resolve highly complex issues; develops short and long range capital plans, demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for analyzing alternatives and recommending solutions; exhibits high levels of organization; recommends revisions to proceedures and policies to improve efficiency, and is able to operate with considerable independence. The Sr. Planner provides high-level reports and analysis of campus space needs in an effort to ensure the efficient use of campus space; works with campus leadership and clients to provide in-depth programming, utilization and visioning studies for all types of campus space using a variety of planning tools: metrics, conceptual space plans, and test fit diagrams; coordinates with campus technical experts on the re-use of space; generates and manipulates large data sets, manages databases to comprehensively manage campus capital expenditures, leads and coordinates the annual updates to the multi-year Capital and Seismic Financial Plans, and generates analytics for capital planning, space management and capital outlay. In addition, the Sr. Planner is responsible for generating or reviewing the technical and budget approval documents created by other planners to ensure that they are accurate and complete; has advanced proficiency in Google and Microsoft Office Suites, and working knowledge of AutoCAD and other communication and presentation software. Capital Planning and Space Management (CPSM) is a unit within the Division of Business Administration (BAS.) The Division includes a broad and diverse set of operational units that provides and maintains administrative, student development and physical infrastructure that supports the mission of the campus. As a member of BAS, CPSM supports the Office of the Chancellor and Campus Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor in the areas of capital financial planning and policy analysis. In this capacity, CPSM develops and maintains relevant databases, provides analyses of policies and programs, assists in the determination of campus priorities, and in the development of strategies designed to achieve these priorities. CPSM is responsible for capital planning, space management, programming, management and utilization aspects of the campus capital improvement and space management programs; coordinates with the Office of Budget Analysis and Planning regarding the capital budget, and the execution of special studies as may be necessary to enable the Chancellor and Campus Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor to discharge his/her responsibilities in these areas. Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule Salary Range Information: $81,600 - $117,100 (Min to Mid) Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. No. of Positions: 1 Benefits Level Eligibility: This position is eligible for Full benefits. Schedule Information: Full-time, Fixed Percentage of Time: 100% Average Hours Per Week: 40 Days of the Week: Mon-Fri Shift Includes: Days Employee Classification: This is a Career Appointment Job End Date: None Job Code Classification:  PLNG SPEC 4 Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, Kerr Hall Union Representation: Non-represented Job Duties 35%: Applies advanced planning concepts to analyze and resolve difficult or complex planning and space management issues; manages and manipulates large datasets related to capital matters; develops, revises and refines long range campus planning initiatives such as the multi-year Capital Financial and Seismic Plans; provides preliminary planning and programming services to leadership and campus clients using a variety of planning tools: metrics, conceptual space plans and test fit diagrams; works with Budget Analysis and Planning to establish budgets and funding feasility models; prepares financial feasibility studies; identifies funding alternatives; authors funding approvals; and reviews off-campus lease and purchase opportunities. 35%: Serves as “Lead Planner” and expert regarding procedural and “capital matters” policy; prepares and reviews required planning documents prepared by others, to ensure they are accurate and compliant with the established UC and campus policies and procedures, and are delivered within the required deadlines; co-leads the capital project intake team, maintains the campus-wide comprehensive project list that tracks project status, schedule, and budget. Manages campus clients, ensures efficient project development through coordination with campus partners; develops and delivers presentation to leadership, coordinates with colleagues at UC Office of the President, and prepares budget approval documents for the campus and UC Office of the President. Makes recommendations, and implements improvements to operating procedures to improve operating efficiency; develops training materials, trains coworkers and colleagues; generally assists in the operations of the unit. 30%: Configures and manages multiple large scale data sets and campus specific databases; uses Google and Microsoft products and AutoCAD software; develops presentations and reports for internal analysis, and for delivery to leadership and the UC Office of the President. Required Qualifications Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in education, business administration, project construction administration, architecture, accounting, city planning, or facilities planning. Advanced knowledge / skills in facilities planning, architecture, engineering, or other planning-related fields; previous experince in providing capital planning and space management services, work with clients, develop space-use programs, conceptual space plans and test fit diagrams; and proficient in the preparation of associated presentation and budget approval documents. Advanced written, graphic, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including advanced political acumen; thorough knowledge of correct English grammar, spelling and punctuation; ability to proof documents independently and prepare documents for professional publishing; proven ability to organize collected information, extract pertinent data, prepare accurate reports in various formats to present data effectively, and draft formal written narratives and documents. Advanced analytical, project management and problem-solving skills to identify needs, conduct research, and develop innovative alternatives, proposals, and solutions; ability to independently interpret, explain, and apply appropriate applications of a variety of complex policies and procedures; demonstrated advanced experience and skill in using analysis to draw systematic and rational conclusions from data; ability to learn the operations of a department as they relate to the academic and capital planning, design and construction environment. Proficient in math, advanced proficiency in equation development, database manipulation, and use of formulas and functions especially in Google Sheets and Excel; advanced proficiency in manipulating spreadsheets and reconciling large data sets; skilled at analyzing data and materials from a variety of sources, developing valid conclusions, and presenting the analysis and recommendations in a formal manner to a targeted audience; advanced proficiency in all Google and Microsoft Office Suite products; working knowledge of AutoCAD and other architectural drawing or presentation tools; ability to keep complex records and files; meticulous about details and accuracy of work; willingness to learn other software products as required. Advanced organizational skills; motivated and able to work independently or under general direction and with minimal supervision; ability to apply judgment, discretion, and initiative in performing complex technical and administrative work in a variety of subjects; ability to organize and prioritize workload to meet deadlines, and multi-task in fast-paced environment of competing and swiftly shifting delivery requirements and quick turn-around deadlines. Advanced interpersonal skills with the ability to deal effectively with a diverse range of people and positions throughout the organizational hierarchy; ability to establish and maintain working relationships at all levels of the organization, across campus and with external institutions and agencies, and ability to work as a team player and collaborate effectively. APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO USE THE UCSC ON-LINE PROCESS View full job description and access on-line application: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucsc/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=11&JobOpeningId=18952&PostingSeq=1 To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit, they must be submitted on or before the initial review date (IRD) via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site; https://jobs.ucsc.edu . A computer is available at the UC Santa Cruz Staff Human Resources Office located at Scotts Valley Center. The Scotts Valley Center is located at 100 Enterprise Way, Suite E100, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. To learn more or to request disability accommodations, call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service at 800-735-2922. UC Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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. UC Santa Cruz is committed to excellence through diversity and strives to establish a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for the contributions of all students and employees. Copyright ©2017 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-f877b2388f987b4eaee170d89ecccf15...
|Senior Grants & Infrastructure Funding Specialist | Hoch Consulting
Oceanside, California, Hoch Consulting is seeking a highly motivated and innovative professional to join our funding support team as a Senior Grants and Infrastructure Funding Specialist . Overview Hoch Consulting is a small, growing, entrepreneurial and collaborative engineering firm based in Oceanside, CA. We provide our clients with high-quality, cost-effective, and practical engineering, design, and management solutions. We provide exceptional customer service and work hard to earn and maintain our strong reputation with current and future clients. Our talented funding team has a proven track-record of success and is currently servicing numerous clients in Southern California through on-going, long-term contracts. In the past 2 years, this successful team has helped our clients secure over $197M in grants, rebates, and low-interest loans! And more is to come... Key Duties Key duties include managing client relationships, leading project efforts, and mentoring staff. The successful candidate must be self-motivated and ambitious, possessing excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communications skills that will allow for the candidate to engage in a variety of projects and to collaborate with clients and project partners at all levels. This job entails working closely with our public agency clients, funding agencies and internal team to: identify and research funding opportunities develop and submit grant and loan applications facilitate the contract execution process between clients and funding agencies develop and maintain project schedules to administer grant and loan agreements mentor internal staff For More Information Please visit us on LinkedIn and online at: www.hochconsulting.com How To Apply Please send a resume, cover letter, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Senior Grants and Infrastructure Funding Specialist” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until closing date on June 30, 2021. EOE/M/F/D/V The ideal candidate will have: Ability to work in a fun, fast-paced environment, with a talented and experienced team Excellent written and oral communication skills, including technical writing and reading comprehension Knowledge-base of a wide range of local, state, and federal funding opportunities on behalf of current and potential clients predominantly in the water/wastewater/recycled water/stormwater and/or transportation sectors General knowledge of and experience with governmental accounting principles, sponsor agency reporting requirements, audit policies and federal regulations including 2 CFR 200 Experience working with public agencies (e.g. cities, counties, special districts, municipalities, water and/or transportation agencies, etc.) Strong project management skills Possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Accounting, or related field OR Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, or related field 10+ years of progressive responsibility in a public agency or consulting firm performing funding support (e.g. grant writing and administration) and/or performing related civil engineering work Hoch Consulting strives to provide our staff with municipal-grade benefits and compensation packages competitive with private industry. Our benefits package includes: paid vacation, sick, and holidays; paid parental, bereavement, jury duty, and giveback (volunteer) leave; Health (medical, dental, and vision) Insurance; a wellness stipend; 401k retirement plan with up to 4% salary match; life, AD employee assistance program; climate change mitigation incentives; cell phone reimbursement. This position may be eligible for other enhanced benefits....
|Regional Engineer - Northeast California | Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
Susanville, California, Regional Engineer - Northeast California Ducks Unlimited, Inc., the world’s leading wetland and waterfowl conservation organization, is seeking a self-motivated, experienced civil engineer headquartered out of the Western Regional Office in Rancho Cordova, CA. The position location is Susanville, CA and negotiable in Northeast California. The successful applicant will join a highly motivated conservation team of biologists and engineers who are responsible for the planning, design, and construction of wetland and wild land restoration projects in Northeast California, the Klamath Basin, and Western Nevada. Qualifications: Candidates must have at minimum, a B.S in an engineering curriculum and be a registered civil engineer in the state of California. Desirable qualifications include GPS surveying, Civil3D, construction inspection and management, erosion control, soil science, hydraulics, agricultural engineering, and levee, canal, and/or pump station design. Demonstrated oral, written and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, goal oriented, and able to work with and solve problems in close team-based relationships. Candidates must be able to perform field work that includes strenuous outdoor activity in difficult environmental conditions. Completion of safety training for small boat and all-terrain vehicle operation will be required. Responsibilities: Regional Engineers perform a full range of project planning, design, contracting, and construction management functions on wetland, riparian, and associated habitat restoration projects. Project delivery responsibilities include scoping and proposal development, topographic surveying, engineering design, project bidding, field inspection, and construction management. A close working relationship with local, state and federal personnel, private landowners, and other conservation partners will be an important aspect of the job. The position will include travel throughout Northern California and Nevada. Specific duties include: Prepare proposal scope of work and budgets. Develop topographic surveys and collect field data for design. Prepare project plans, technical specifications and cost estimates. Conduct field inspection and perform construction management oversight. Ensure that consultants and contractors adhere to project plans, specifications and schedules. Act as contracting officer, ensure contract compliance and manage project budgets. To apply : Please fill out the application materials at the link in the job posting on our website at https://www.ducks.org/jobs , and attach a cover letter and resume indicating your qualifications and why you are interested in the position. The position will be open until filled. For further information regarding this position or to request application materials, please contact: Maria Camacho , Executive Assistant, Ducks Unlimited, Inc., Western Regional Office, 3074 Gold Canal Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670, Email: email@example.com DUCKS UNLIMITED, INC. IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER It is the policy of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 or over), disability (physical, mental or visual), genetic information, marital status (including registered domestic partnership status), military and veteran status, immigration status, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. See Description...
|Engineering Manager | City of Torrance
Torrance, California, The Position Under general direction, the Engineering Manager manages complex engineering work including the planning, design, construction and administration of public works projects; performs specialized engineering work in the analysis, design and construction of public works; and performs related work as required. The Engineering Manager will also be tasked with traffic engineering duties including traffic investigations in response to citizen requests; preparing and presenting Traffic Commission reports, implementation of traffic signal timing to reduce traffic congestion and enhance traffic safety; and performance of traffic surveys and preparation of reports as required by law. For a detailed position description, please click here . HOW TO APPLY & EXAM PROCESS Interested candidates are required to complete an on-line application, resume, and responses to the supplemental questionnaire. Resumes must include start and end dates reported by month and year for each position held. The application filing period opens Wednesday, June 2, 2021 and closes Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The examination will consist of an Oral Interview (weighted 100%). The interview will consist of questions designed to measure skills and abilities related to the responsibilities of the position. The interviews are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, July 28, 2021. QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES Education and Experience Any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge and skills is qualifying. A typical way of obtaining the necessary knowledge and abilities would be: • Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering; • Five years of professional civil engineering experience involving the design and construction of a variety of public works projects, at least two of which must deal directly with managing municipal projects for any combination of the following systems: highway/ roadway, sewer, drainage, and water. License • Registration as a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.), Civil Engineer in the State of California; and • An appropriate valid California driver’s license. Ideal Candidate In addition to the above requirements, the most successful candidate will possess the following: • A demonstrated ability to maintain a cohesive team environment and motivate staff towards accomplishing goals; • Effective public relations, communication, and interpersonal skills to work with a variety of people such as members of the public, employees, managers, and Elected Appointed Officials; • Proven experience in successfully managing professionals, technicians, consultants, and contractors; • Demonstrated experience in traffic engineering, including traffic signals and neighborhood traffic investigations and implementation of traffic calming measures; • Five years of experience managing public works projects in streets and traffic; and capital projects with budgets over $1 million; and • Experience in identifying, securing, and administering grants to fund projects....
|Geosciences Consultant - San Francisco Req#96830 | Pacific Gas and Electric Company
San Francisco, California, Organization Overview The PG&E Geosciences Department is a group of engineers, geologists, geophysicists and seismologists providing a wide range of support for geologic hazard evaluation, seismic resiliency program development, geotechnical assessments, seismic risk assessment and management for all company business lines. Our goal is to support safe, reliable, and affordable energy delivery, regulatory compliance, and efficient business operations. The Geosciences Department has responsibility of providing expert insights on geotechnical conditions and geohazards relevant to existing, potential modifications to, and proposed PG&E facilities and infrastructure. This group is also chartered with continuing to develop state of the art analytical insights, tools, and assessments of new data and interpretation of existing data with emergent technologies in geosciences, geotechnical engineering, and seismic engineering. Position Summary The Geosciences Department is looking for a talented civil engineer with geotechnical experience to assist with both programmatic and project geotechnical engineering work including field work activities. Anticipated tasks may include but are not limited to: Assist with field geohazard assessment and report preparation Leverage available public and private programmatic resources to perform preliminary desktop site assessments for geotechnical conditions Geotechnical instrument data entry, analysis, and interpretation Interpretation of geospatial and topographic data (e.g. LiDAR data) Geotechnical calculations (e.g. slope stability analysis, retaining wall analysis, shallow and deep foundation design) The selected engineer will have the opportunity to support activities as described above while working with a team of experienced Geo-professionals. Additionally, the engineer will gain exposure to geologic and geotechnical practice for a variety of utility infrastructure assets, such as pipelines, electric transmission towers, canals, penstocks, and dams. The vast PG&E service territory and diversity of infrastructure assets provides the opportunity for challenging interdisciplinary work in many geomorphic terrains throughout the state of California. The position is expected to spend about 20% to 40% of the time in the field. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor of Sciences Requires a minimum of two years of related experience Must have a valid CA Class C driver’s license by day 1 of hire Desired: BS in Civil Engineering with a geotechnical focus 3 to 5 years of applicable work experience with a geotechnical focus PE certification MS in Geotechnical Engineering Experience on hydropower projects and facilities Experience with subsurface investigation techniques and field classification of geomaterials Construction observation experience Geotechnical foundation design experience Familiarity with or interest in modeling and analytical computer programs such as Slope/W, Slide, Global Mapper, Sketchup Strong problem solving and analytical skills Excellent interdisciplinary verbal and written communication skills Ability to work in a team environment and support fellow team members Takes initiative and can work independently with minimal direct...
|Engineering Technician | Costa Mesa Sanitary District
Costa Mesa , California, DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs technical/paraprofessional engineering and administrative tasks related to the issuance and processing of sewer permits including plan checking and calculating and collecting associated fees; reviews minor grading and site plans for elevational relationships for sewer facilities; schedule and may perform private sewer inspections; assists in the District’s Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) program; explains ordinances, requirements, and District codes and procedures to building contractors, architects, engineers, builders, and the general public; assists with the District’s GIS program, Sewer CCTV video program, DigAlert program, and Asset Management program; and performs related work as required. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from assigned supervisory or managerial staff. Exercises no supervision of staff. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS This is a journey-level classification that is fully competent to perform a variety of responsible duties to assist in the provision of District services to the public. Incumbents perform a broad range of detailed, administrative, and technical support activities and are expected to know technical and specialized rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and activities related to the District’s permit function, including plan review, inspection techniques and methods, processing permit applications and issuing permits in accordance with established requirements, and conducting environmental impact assessments under supervision of the District engineer. EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only) Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations where appropriate so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Works with the District engineer in the plan check process; reviews development plans to ascertain the amount of new plumbing fixtures and calculates and collects the appropriate fees. Performs technical plan checks of minor grading and site plans to ensure compliance with District requirements. Performs light drafting and project drawing preparation and designs in conjunction with the District Engineer. Conducts research and performs records retrieval; identifies District infrastructure and manhole locations on District maps and conducts or assists with sewer marking requests. Assists the public at the front counter, processes forms, permit applications, and plans necessary for the issuance of construction permits. Responds to requests and inquiries from developers, contractors, engineers and the general public. Provides information regarding engineering projects and information related to permit policies and procedures to the public. Reviews permit applications, plans and specifications for compliance with applicable codes and standards. Issues permits for minor projects or for large construction projects requiring fees and bonds, calculates fees in accordance with established fee schedules, inputs information into an electronic database. Verifies required certificates of insurance and contractor’s state license. Prepares and organizes monthly reports of permits issued, fees collected and types of projects for use by District staff. Prepares environmental impact assessment, negative declaration, and notices of exemption statements for District projects in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under supervision of the District contract engineer. Monitors environmental regulations, prepares routine documents, reports, and maintain project records. Reads and interprets the District's Sewer Atlas and applies sewer charges to properties, as appropriate, taking into consideration sewer lines owned by other jurisdictions. Administers the District’s Sewer Inspection Rebate Program (SIRP) including applicable fee waivers; assists residents participating in the program. Assists in administering the District's trash collection program and special recycling programs; answers phones in a courteous and professional manner and provides information as requested; responds to resident complaints. Coordinates final inspection clearances; determines that all fees have been paid prior to permit issuance and/or occupancy and utility releases; coordinates the microfilming of plans and blueprints. May periodically perform inspections. Monitors and coordinates office paperwork and activities, including binding bids, distributing mail, answering phones, printing flyers, and conducting a variety of special projects of a routine administrative nature. Applies appropriate policies and procedures in determining completeness of applications, records, and reports; provides information and forms to the public; processes appropriate information. Compiles information and data for statistical and financial reports; maintains a variety of statistical records; checks and tabulates statistical data. Contacts the public and outside agencies in acquiring and providing information. Maintains permit files. Maintains accurate records and files; develops storage of records and retention schedules. Operates standard office equipment, including job-related computer hardware and software applications, facsimile equipment, and multi-line telephones. Performs related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Basic construction and traffic safety principles and practices. Basic civil engineering and construction principles and practices. Engineering plans, legal descriptions, right-of-way procedures, drawings, and blueprints. Engineering and inspection principles and concepts. Processes for calculating fees, reviewing plans and issuing permits. Inspection methods, techniques, principles and concepts. Organization, procedures, and operating details of various District programs. Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and organizational policies and procedures. Business letter writing and basic report preparation. Business arithmetic and basic statistical techniques. Principles of record keeping and correspondence/report preparation. Basic understanding and knowledge of GIS systems. Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work. English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation. Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and District staff. Ability to: Perform engineering and mathematic calculations with speed and accuracy. Understand and explain District policies, procedures, fees, and codes and regulations to the general public, permit applicants, and District staff. Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Read and interpret plans, specifications, related construction documents, and maps. Calculate fees and/or penalties from plans. Perform detailed, technical, and specialized program and permit support work. Perform the full range of office and administrative support duties and tasks. Respond to and effectively prioritize multiple phone calls, walk-up traffic, and other requests and interruptions. Compose correspondence and reports independently or from brief instructions. Maintain accurate logs, records, and basic written records of work performed. Enter and retrieve data from a computer with sufficient speed and accuracy to perform assigned work. Make accurate arithmetic, financial, and statistical computations. Operate office equipment and computer applications related to the work. Make sound, independent decisions within established policy and procedural guidelines. Organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines. Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing. Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines. Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Techniques used in dealing with the public and customer service. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of training, experience, and certification that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Associate degree in Engineering or related field. One year customer service experience, including a high level of public contact. LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS Valid Class C California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record. Ability to obtain Pipeline Assessment Certification issued by National Association of Sewer Service Companies within 14 months of employment....