Civil Engineer - Water/Wastewater
Class Code: E74
Salary: $27.05 - $30.43 Hourly
Location: Logan, UT
Job Type: Full-time
Department: Public Works
Job Number: 18-38
Closing Date: May 20, 2018 (Closes at 12:01 am May 21, 2018)
Under limited supervision, performs complex professional engineering work assisting the Water/Wastewater Division Manager in the operation, management coordination, and installation of utilities, structures and facilities for the Water/Wastewater Division and assists the Water Maintenance Foreman in supervising operational level staff.
Analyzes and evaluates the operational procedures of water/wastewater division employees and projects. Coordinates with Water/Wastewater Manager and other division employees to coordinate project schedules and processes. Performs efficiency evaluations on water/wastewater operations and controls. Coordinates with Division Manager and City Engineer to ensure project and system compliance with overseeing State entities.
Assist the Water Maintenance Foreman in supervising and assigning work activities and monitoring work flow; reviewing and evaluating work products, methods and procedures; coordinating public works projects with other City departments; responding to and resolving difficult and sensitive citizen inquiries and complaints; developing and reviewing staff reports related to engineering.
Operates technical computer models for the City water and wastewater systems, including but not limited to answering daily operational questions, performing fire flow analysis and accounting for future growth and demands. Coordinate with City Geographical Information System department to ensure that GIS data and programs are kept up to date and accurate.
Provides technical guidance to water/wastewater maintenance crews and employees on issues related to water distribution and storage, wastewater collection and hydraulic pumping stations.
Confers with engineers, developers, architects, a variety of agencies and the general public in acquiring information and coordinating public works matters; develops a variety of engineering projects; works with outside public and private agencies to obtain public improvements desired by the City; resolves work problems and interprets administrative policies to subordinates, other departments, consultants, contractors, and the public.
Knowledge of professional engineering theories, principles, and techniques.
Knowledge of water and sewer equipment.
Knowledge of the basic principles of employee training and supervision.
Knowledge of construction materials, methods and inspections techniques.
Knowledge of advanced principles of engineering as applied to planning, design, and construction of hydraulic systems and pumping as related to public works facilities and projects.
Knowledge of methods, materials and techniques employed in water and wastewater construction and engineering.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with contractors, engineers, architects, other City employees/officials, and the public.
Skill in reviewing construction plans and specifications to determine if they comply with established industry guidelines/regulations and safety standards.
Skill in training and supervising staff.
Skill in prioritizing, coordinating and evaluating the work of subordinate managers, supervisors and employees.
Skill in communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Knowledge of OSHA safety standards.
Hydraulics technical background and familiarity.
Familiarity in CAD and GIS, highly skilled in Microsoft Excel.
Skilled in reading and evaluating pump curves and efficiencies.
Familiarity with SCADA systems and evaluating and analyzing historical SCADA data.
BS in Civil Engineering (MS preferred) or a related field.
Registered as a Professional Engineer or ability to become registered within one (1) year of employment.
Three to six (3-6) years of hydraulic engineering/management experience preferred.
Two to four (2-4) years hydraulic modeling experience preferred.
Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.
Benefits are available to Full-time employees.
Contact : City of Logan
Address: 290 North 100 West, Logan, Utah 84321
Deadline for Applying : May 21, 2018