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|City Engineer | City of Livermore
Livermore, California, OUR COMMUNITY Located in the Tri-Valley Region approximately 50 miles east of San Francisco with a diverse population of approximately 91,861 residents, Livermore is uniquely situated as the easternmost city in Alameda County and the gateway to the Central Valley. Encompassing 26.44 square miles and founded in 1869, Livermore is one of California’s oldest wine regions and the City is framed by beautiful vineyards and open space. Its unique cultural identity blends elements of western heritage, viticulture and open space with science and innovation. Quality of life is a fundamental part of the active Livermore lifestyle. The City of Livermore has approximately 409 employees and provides many services to its citizens. With a fiscally strong and balanced General Fund budget, city services include police safety; fire safety protection through the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department; building inspection; street and park maintenance; planning and public improvements, public library; water reclamation and water service; a municipal airport and general administrative services including a full service Information Technology division. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT The Engineering function is a division of the Community Development Department and consist of 29.5 regular positions. The mission of the Engineering Division is to plan, implement and rehabilitate infrastructure to serve existing residents and businesses and new development in a manner that sustains and enhances the quality of life for the Livermore community. The City of Livermore is currently recruiting for a City Engineer to manage the Engineering Division, including transportation/traffic, construction administration and inspection, capital improvement project design and current development engineering. Division management occurs through technical and professional staff. THE Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills, abilities & characteristics: Advance knowledge of principles and practices of modern civil, structural, hydraulic, sanitary and traffic engineering. Understanding the unique challenges of a large, complex City Engineering division. Strong attention to detail with ability to prioritize and multi-task. Exemplifies customer service and values and possesses high ethical and professional standards. Ability to maintain confidentiality with highly sensitive information and records. Self-starter who is quick to learn City and department policies and procedures, and can adapt quickly to changing conditions and work flow. Strong Project Manager. Ability to develop staff and implement new practices as required. Advanced knowledge of working with elected officials and staff from all levels throughout the City. Exceptional communicator able to make presentations to boards, commissions, City Council and community members. QUALIFICATION S Experience : Six years of progressively responsible professional civil engineering work with registration, including two years experience supervising engineering staff involved in a variety of public works and development projects. The best qualified candidate will have extensive and substantial experience leading, developing and managing teams. Education : Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college/university. Master’s degree in an applicable field is desirable. License : Possession of a valid California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record as determined by the City. Other Requirements : Willingness and ability to work scheduled and emergency overtime; attend meetings, workshops and seminars during work and non-work hours as assigned. Special Requirements : Registration in the State of California as a Professional Civil Engineer. Registration in California as a Land Surveyor is desirable, if civil engineering license does not cover land surveying. ...
|Civil Project Engineer (Irvine) | Cannon
Irvine, California, CANNON IS NO ORDINARY CONSULTING FIRM. WE HAVE AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR A CIVIL PROJECT ENGINEER IN PUBLIC WORKS! COME BE PART OF AN ESTABLISHED & GROWING FIRM! CANNON’S CULTURE provides exciting opportunities for professional growth and outlets for team building. We strive to provide opportunity for personal growth and a balance between personal and professional life. Not only do we work together, but we also enjoy spending time together outside of work. We work hard. We play hard. We have fun. SINCE 1976, we have provided creative solutions to clients in the energy industry, water resources, public infrastructure, and commercial and residential development. With offices throughout California, we continue to grow! WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING a CIVIL SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER IN PUBLIC WORKS for our IRVINE office. Located in Orange County, Irvine offers warm weather, beautiful scenery, and is one of the top bicycling cities in America with close to 300 miles of on-road bicycle lanes and 45 miles of mountain bike trails. It’s one of the safest communities in America and the public schools have consistently ranked among the best in California. PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS INCLUDE Wastewater Treatment Facilities * Collection Facilities * Water Distribution Systems * Water Treatment Plants * Storm Drainage Collection Systems and Facilities * Water Main Replacements * Potable Water Pump Stations and Reservoirs * Transportation * Streets and Highways * Bike Infrastructure * Green/Complete Street * Civil/Municipal Facilities * Buildings * Parks * Multimodal Transportation Facilities. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE Supporting civil engineering team members on a variety of tasks on a wide range of civil public infrastructure projects including sanitary sewer, water supply, water resources, storm drainage, street, ADA, and preparation of plans specifications and estimates (PS&E). For a detailed description on job duties, visit www.CannonCorp.us and click on “ Careers ”. WE PROVIDE competitive salaries, relocation assistance, an excellent benefits package, and an active and positive work environment. HOW TO APPLY? Submit your resume and cover letter on-line at the “ Careers ” section at www.CannonCorp.us . EOE/AA Or click on this link to apply – https://phf.tbe.taleo.net/phf01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CANNON&cws=39&rid=429 QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS Requires a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college. Requires 2 - 4 years’ experience in civil engineering specifically pertaining to public work projects. Requires an EIT certification; completion of PE is preferred. Knowledgeable with Civil Engineering terminology, methods, and code principles. Possess strong verbal and written communication skills and able to communicate effectively with clients and team. Proficient in AutoCAD and Microsoft Office. Working Civil 3D experience highly desirable. Ability to work on multiple tasks. Detailed-oriented. Able to prioritize tasks and manage time to maximize efficiency....
|VenturaWaterPure Program Director | City of Ventura, CA
Ventura, California, Ventura is one of biggest cities in California to rely solely on local water supplies, however, prolonged drought and regulations have reduced the local water supply. To prepare for the future, the VenturaWaterPure Program Director will provide project management services during the design and construction phases of an Advanced Water Purification Facility (AWPF). The ideal candidate is a highly skilled project manager who has successfully guided large, complex water purification projects through design, permitting, land use review, regulatory approval, environmental clearance, construction, operations and maintenance. They are an excellent communicator and trust builder who keeps projects on schedule and within budget. Requires education, training and/or experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering; 5 years of experience leading planning, design, and construction of water/wastewater utility infrastructure projects for municipal agencies or special districts; and 2 years of supervisory experience. Also requires California CE registration at the time of appointment. PMP certification and prior experience working with SWRCB and CCC are highly desired. Salary: $131,505-$176,219, DOQ + benefits Apply on-line at www.alliancerc.com by December 18, 2020 . For additional information, contact Cindy Krebs at email@example.com or (562) 901-0769 ext. 336....
|Civil Engineering Assistant | Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District
Beaumont, California, JOB SUMMARY The Civil Engineering Assistant, under general supervision, performs a variety of routine and semi-routine professional level civil engineering work in the research, design and construction of water, sewer and recycled water capital improvement, maintenance and construction projects; and performs related duties as assigned. The selected candidate must be able to work while under pressure with frequent interruptions while interacting with District personnel. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The duties and responsibilities below are intended to provide a representative list of the various types of work that may be performed. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job class, and incumbents may expect to perform other related similar duties. Performs engineering planning and design for capital construction and improvement programs. Prepares, or causes to be prepared by consulting engineers, plans and specifications for the construction of a variety of water and recycled water facilities, including pipelines, pumping stations, filtration plants, water tanks, drainage facilities and roadways; researches and identifies project design requirements; conducts hydraulic water computer modeling of the system and facilities to determine design requirements and parameters; analyzes and determines hydraulic requirements and facilities using District-adopted guidelines and standards for existing and proposed projects; performs routine to difficult engineering calculations encompassing hydraulics, surveying, mechanical and structural calculations associated with the District’s engineering needs. May serve as project engineer for recycled water, maintenance, construction, and operations functions of the Recycled Water System; Coordinates the on-going inspection program to assure compliance with District Rules and Regulations related to domestic and recycled water and all applicable regulatory requirements. Assists management staff to provide for the training of customer on-site supervisors, District personnel, landscape maintenance personnel, and property managers in the safe use of recycled water and State and local regulatory requirements. May serve as project engineer for facilities construction, expansion and/or refurbishment projects designed in-house or by engineering consultants; evaluates and recommends solutions to problems; generates preliminary design reports; drafts specifications for construction of District facilities; establishes project scope of work including schedules and cost estimates and serves as a liaison between the District, contractors, consultants and other utilities or agencies; monitors design project progress; serves as liaison with developers, contractors, and design engineers. Coordinates engineering design projects with other departments and agencies. Prepares and/or reviews assigned special engineering studies, cost estimates, correspondence, records, files and reports. Monitors and provides engineering support for construction work in progress, including field investigations, to ensure compliance with approved plans, specifications and standards. Researches sub-regional development data and/or as-built files and meets with developers, consultants, and owners to discuss development processes, including but not limited to, due diligence of existing facilities; preparation or review of facilities plans of service and associated water hydraulic analysis; fire flow analysis, static pressure calculations, developer agreements, interim serviceability and coordination with CIP projects, conditions projects to follow BCVWD’s latest master plans and performance of a viability evaluation/demand calculation of water and recycled water use. Researches, coordinates, and reviews proposed right-of-way and the vacation of existing rights-of-way; prepares documentation for easement acquisitions and coordinates with the District’s Right-of-Way legal counsel; reviews and implements permit requirements in the design of facilities. Provides unscheduled technical support in answering design questions for walk-in customers, phone calls, emails, and other District departments and staff. Meets with BCVWD Operations, Production, Engineering, and Accounting staff regarding coordination of CIP projects and developer projects, including but not limited to water booster stations, water storage tanks/reservoirs, water/recycled water transmission facilities, water recharge facilities (ponds) and regional water reclamation facilities. Prepares standard and non-standard Developer Facility Agreements, evaluates potential frontage reimbursements/frontage to be paid, and reviews prevailing wage bids for BCVWD over sizing contributions for additional facility capacity. Performs and/or assigns routine research, design and drafting tasks to technical subordinates; reviews submittals/shop drawings; assists in the solution of difficult problems; reviews plans for adherence to District standards; answers contractors’ requests for information. Prepares a variety of correspondence, requests for proposals, Board letters, records, files, and reports. Conducts “start-up” and performance tests for pumping systems, electrical systems and/or instrumentation systems. Performs other related duties as assigned. DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Theory, principles and practices of civil and/or mechanical engineering design and construction; techniques and equipment used in design, construction, and maintenance of various public works projects; California Public Works Contract Code; hydraulic calculations; GIS applications; hydraulic system analysis principles of physics and mathematics applicable to civil engineering and land surveying; Principles and techniques of project management; principles, modern techniques and equipment used in design, construction and maintenance of various public works projects; strength, properties and uses of construction materials; legal guidelines for public works engineering; public relations; computer applications pertaining to the work, including word processing, spreadsheet analysis, computer-aided drafting and design and hydraulic modeling. Ability to: Review and prepare routine to difficult engineering plans, specifications and legal contracts; prepare and evaluate project engineering studies; perform technical research and analyze engineering and mathematical problems, evaluate alternatives and recommend and adopt effective courses of action; Perform accurate engineering calculations and cost estimates; communicate effectively, orally and in writing; prepare clear, concise and accurate reports, drawings, maps, notes, correspondence and other written materials; handle unusual design requests; explain design criteria, policies, ordinances, and procedures to consultants; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work; follow and apply written and oral work instructions; make sound independent judgments within established guidelines....
|Junior/Assistant Engineer | City of Vacaville
Vacaville, California, The City of Vacaville invites applications for the position of Junior or Assistant Engineer in our Public Works Department. Currently, one (1) full-time vacancy exists. This recruitment will also be used to establish a list for possible future use over the next twelve (12) month period. Depending on the applicant pool, candidates may be selected at either level. Salary Ranges Junior Engineer - $6,940.23 - $8,436.03/month Assistant Engineer - $8,140.75 - $9,893.69/month The Junior/Assistant Engineer performs a wide variety of technical and professional engineering work in the design, construction and maintenance of public works and utilities projects; plans and coordinates major public works and utilities programs; and assists in supervision of engineering division activities. The ideal candidate for this position will possess: Knowledge of principles and practices of civil engineering Experience in traffic engineering The ability to learn and expand their knowledge and expertise Experience with municipal engineering activities Project planning and management skills Excellent oral and written skills The ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with coworkers, other City employees, consultants, developers, contractors, utility companies and other government agencies Excellent customer service skills MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Junior Engineer- Education: Equivalent to completion of a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering or closely related field. Experience: None required. License: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record as conditions of initial and continued employment. Assistant Engineer- Education: Equivalent to completion of a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering or closely related field. Experience: Two years of professional level civil engineering experience in plan checking, design, construction or contract management of public works projects. Some work experience in a lead capacity is desirable. License and Certificate: Possession of an Engineering-in-Training (EIT) certificate is required. Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record as conditions of initial and continued employment. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/vacaville? FINAL FILING DATE: 12/7/2020 5:30pm PST...
|Assistant Public Works Director (Water, Wastewater) | City of Oxnard, California
Oxnard, California, City of Oxnard, California Assistant Public Works Director (Water, Wastewater) Annual salary range: $117,417 to $192,490 Expected starting salary will be in the $162,000 to $192,000 range, depending upon experience and qualifications. The city provides an excellent benefits package. Application deadline: Monday, December 21, 2020. The Public Works Department consists of almost 500 budgeted FTEs and is responsible for the design, construction, renovation and operation of public projects and facilities ranging from seawalls to water blending facilities; groundwater desalter facility; water distribution system; recycled water treatment facility (Advanced Water Purification Facility); wastewater treatment plant; sewers; collection system; libraries; parks; facilities; and maintenance of streets, sidewalks, streetlights and street trees. The Department’s executive team is committed to delivering projects and programs that enhance quality of life, economic growth, public health and the environment to all residents. The Public Works Department is comprised of several divisions with an operating and capital budget of over $332,000,000 for FY 2020-21. Three Assistant Directors oversee the following key divisions: Water, Wastewater and Recycled Water, Engineering and Capital Projects, Environmental Services, Parks, Street, Facilities, Special Districts, Fleet Services, City-owned 36 hole golf course, and the Oxnard Transit Center. The Assistant Director of Public Works is responsible for planning and managing utilities with a focus on the water, wastewater, storm water, and recycled water programs and operations. This includes budget, contracts, CIPs, master planning, QA/QC, community outreach/communications, and safety. This position coordinates assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies and performs responsible and complex administrative work and provides effective staff leadership and development. A background in recycled water programs, groundwater issues, water purification systems, aquifers, wastewater treatment, and monitoring process are required. The ideal candidate is a strong, resilient, and energetic leader and effective communicator with expertise in managing and creating organizational structure and developing staff. As this position interacts with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, exceptional interpersonal skills are of the utmost importance. The successful candidate will have a proven work history of growth and the ability to effectively implement complex projects, create operational consistency across the utilities, and be well versed in conflict resolution. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for public service, especially serving an underserved community; an entrepreneur from within who recognizes this opportunity to create and establish an effective and efficient administrative infrastructure for long-term success. A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field AND seven years plus (7+) of progressively responsible experience (three years plus (3+) of staff management and supervision) in Public Works Administration and Project Management is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred. Additional certification such as CA Water Treatment Plant Operator T-5 and wastewater treatment grade 5 are helpful, but not required. Professional Engineer (PE) license is a plus. Located on the beautiful Southern California coast, the City of Oxnard is the most populous city in the County of Ventura with over 210,000 residents. Nestled about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles and 35 miles south of Santa Barbara, Oxnard prides itself on its rich diversity and culture. Although agriculture remains a major industry, Oxnard enjoys an expanding economy based on a healthy combination of commercial and manufacturing development, tourism, and the U.S. Navy. Oxnard residents enjoy a spirit of community pride with an unsurpassed quality of life enhanced by the charm of this coastal community, the natural environment and solitude of the nearby Los Padres National Forest, and the cultural and educational amenities of a diverse and vibrant urban setting. Local assets include acres of new housing among tree-lined streets, parks and beaches, two thriving military bases, a full-service deep water port, master planned industrial parks, prime commercial and retail sites, a regional medical center and hospital, and a flourishing public regional university, California State University Channel Islands. In addition, there are golf courses, marinas, and wonderfully landscaped streets. There is a small-town atmosphere in this seaside city where fields of strawberries flourish along many roads, and the Mediterranean climate supports year-round activities ranging from walking on the beach, a concert in the park or sailing to the Channel Islands. It is an ideal coastal community and an excellent place to raise a family that offers oceanfront recreation and outdoor adventures, award winning festivals and friendly, safe neighborhoods. Oxnard offers an exceptional quality of life. To be considered, please submit a resume (reflecting years and months of positions held, as well as size of staff and budgets you have managed), cover letter and five work-related references (who will not be contacted in the early stages of recruitment) to: https://executivesearch.cpshr.us/JobDetail?ID=1708 For additional information, please contact: Frank Rojas CPS HR Consulting (916) 471-3111 To view an online brochure for this position visit: executivesearch.cpshr.us The City of Oxnard website: www.oxnard.org The City of Oxnard is an equal opportunity employer....
|Senior Civil Engineer | KOA Corporation
Monterey Park, California, KOA Corporation is seeking a highly motivated Civil Engineer to join our team in Monterey Park, CA. Candidates would be responsible for managing and designing civil/traffic engineering improvements with an emphasis in transportation projects for governmental agencies including Caltrans, LADOT, LACDPW, LA Metro, and other local municipalities. The successful candidate will work on some of our most notable, high profile, and complex transportation projects in the region. Bachelor’s Degree in Civil engineering California Civil PE license Minimum of 8-10 years of experience managing projects and staff Prepare proposals and participate in proposal interviews Participate in business development activities with clients Strong communications skills Strong technical writing skills Strong knowledge of civil and traffic engineering concepts Proficiency in CADD applications such as AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and Bluebeam Software Working knowledge of relevant design standards and guidelines such as Caltrans Standard Plans & Specifications, APWA Greenbook, Caltrans Highway Design Manual, and California MUTCD Work hands on with Associate Engineers on projects and deliverables KOA is an equal opportunity employer and offers advancement opportunities, and a welcoming, team-oriented, and supportive environment. Our mission is “To Connect Communities”. At KOA, we plan and design Highways, Arterial Roadways, Transit Facilities, Bikeways and Active Transportation....
|Engineering Technician | Marina Coast Water District
Marina, California, Under general supervision or direction, performs skilled and sub-professional office and field technical engineering work of widely varying difficulty; including routine drafting, preparation and/or review of engineering plans and specifications for a variety of projects, ensuring compliance with standards and District requirements; reviews improvement plans, coordinates facility planning and general plan amendments, ensures conformity with District standards and regulations; performs project management as assigned on District CIP projects; and performs other duties as required. Knowledge of: Basic drafting principles, practices, and techniques; simple detailing practices and standard representations; Basic GIS principles, practices and techniques. Algebra, geometry, and solving mathematical problems related to drafting, basic surveying principles and equipment Basic principles and practices of civil engineering; Engineering practices with emphasis on water supply, treatment and distribution; and wastewater collection; Construction methods and standards, and read and interpret plans and specifications; Engineering mathematics and economics; Plan Check review procedures for new developments; Basic report preparation and technical letter writing; Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including personal computers Skill in: Interpreting, applying and explaining statutes, codes, regulations and ordinances; Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures and other written materials. Following oral and written directions with ability to work on projects alone or cooperatively in a group effort. Using tact, initiative, prudence and independent judgment within general policy, procedural and legal guidelines; Maintaining accurate records and files. Providing excellent customer service when interacting with the public, other agencies and co-workers. 6 Steps ($62,884.21 - $80,257.96 Annually)...