In addition to the salary posted, the City contributes 4% of the salary to a deferred compensation plan. This position is open until filled with a first review date of February 16, 2017.
Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, plan and conduct engineering studies and projects; coordinate and direct outside consultants and firms on assigned projects and studies.
The Civil Engineer II performs studies independently requiring experience in design, plan review or project management. Incumbents are required to exercise greater people interaction and integrate engineering principles in creating new structures.
Reports To: Water Utility Manager Supervises: None
Plan and conduct drinking water quality planning and engineering studies; develop time lines, specifications and project objectives; monitor progress and provide periodic reports regarding assigned projects.
Plan for drinking water quality regulatory compliance monitoring, emergency response and provide water quality engineering support and consultation to internal City staff.
Track water quality data and groundwater level, maintain and operate water quality and water level database, prepare annual regulatory water quality report.
Develop request for proposals on water infrastructure and water quality improvement on projects requiring outside consulting assistance; participate in the selection of consultants; negotiate and monitor contracts and services of outside firms to assure compliance with specifications, timelines and City ordinances and policies; approve payments to contractors on projects as appropriate and submit to superiors for final authorization.
Serve as a technical resource for other engineering personnel and operation and maintenance personnel in assigned specialty.
Provide written and verbal reports as necessary on assigned projects and contracts; present reports to outside groups, City Council, commissions or others as requested; maintain records for assigned activities.
Meet with City personnel as necessary on capital construction, transportation, utility projects and studies to assure needs are being met by proposed designs and specifications; assure proper communication at key intervals between consultants, contractors, department heads and others.
Review architectural and engineering plans and drawings for construction projects within the City to assure compliance with City ordinances and policies; approve plans or indicate deficiencies with corrective action guidelines.
Make complex calculations involving assigned engineering specialty including utilities, construction, transportation and others; review calculations and designs of others to assure conformance with City engineering standards.
Prepare and review drawings and design as necessary for projects to assist in the overall design effort.
Prepare engineering drawings for in-house projects and project management.
Provide for and lead plan reviews for outside contractors on projects and studies to assure compliance of building and other construction with City codes, ordinances and policies; inspect sites as necessary.
Interpret and analyze technical information from various databases, including ArcGIS, water system hydraulic model and water quality database.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Two years of responsible engineering experience.
A Professional Engineer license is preferred but not required.
Valid driver's license.
Additional Salary Information: In addition to the salary posted, the City contributes 4% of the salary to a deferred compensation plan
The City of Renton is a full service City with a workforce of approximately 700 regular employees. Departments in the City include Community Services, Fire, Public Works, Community and Economic Development, Executive, City Attorney, Court Services, Police, Human Resources and Risk Management, and Finance and Information Technology. The City maintains a very competitive compensation and benefit p...rogram throughout its range of employment positions, while providing exciting opportunities in the overall public service to the community.
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