The Senior Engineer is responsible for managing and implementing the City’s Surface Water Management Program as required by the City’s Municipal Stormwater Permit. This includes any management and oversight required for reporting and enforcement of local, state and federal water quality regulations, and may include development of capital plans and updating municipal code(s).
This is an advanced technical office and field engineering position, with project management and direct supervision oversight pertaining to public works and land use projects / permits, focused on surface water and streets. This position requires complex engineering duties, which may include making field measurements and/or observations and performing site inspections. Office duties include complex computer work (which may include design and plan drafting), plan review, and customer service functions, preparing specifications and cost estimates related to the design of public works projects, and overseeing programs and projects to ensure that the contractors and filed staff are in compliance with project design, construction, time, schedules, budget, and permit conditions. Work is conducted primarily in an office setting, but may include time in the field under a variety of weather conditions. Due to the limited number of City staff, each staff member is expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties. This position may be required to prepare and present reports, recommendations and project updates to citizens, appointed committees, and the City Council, and represent the City at a variety of technical workgroup and interagency meetings as requested.
Minimum Requirements: A 4-year degree in civil engineering, at least 4 years’ experience as an associate engineer or similar position, or a combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the essential functions of this position. The applicant shall also possess registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Washington, and include a copy or verification of all licenses, certificates, continuing education documentation or related materials pertaining to your qualifications to the application submittal materials to be considered during the initial screening. The applicant must possess, or have the ability to obtain, and maintain a valid Washington State Driver's License throughout employment, and documentation to fulfill the requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act within 3 days of employment.
About City of Edgewood
We are a growing city with a bright future, looking for the ideal candidate to fit the team environment of a dynamic, small town. Our ideal candidate must be an advocate for open government, a champion for civic engagement and transparency, a hands-on professional with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills and a process-driven, strategic thinker.
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