Project Engineer (Capital Project Management)

Location
Wenatchee, Washington State
Salary
$83,356 - $102,285 per year + Competitive Benefits
Posted
Apr 01, 2022
Closes
May 31, 2022
Position Type
Engineer, Project Manager
Organization Type
Government

The City of Wenatchee is a medium sized city with large sized city capital improvement projects.  We have exciting projects on the horizon.  One of the most exciting is a $177M transportation project that will span over a decade.  

POSITION SUMMARY
Oversees and performs project management of major Public Works transportation and utilities projects including design, right-of-way acquisition and construction. Below are some of the projects the person in this position may be assigned to work on:

  • Confluence Parkway Suite of Transportation Projects https://www.applecapitalloop.info/ ($177M) 
  • Construction of a new anaerobic digester and mechanical building ($16M)
  • Construction of transportation corridor upgrades ($6M)
  • Transportation Pavement Preservation ($3.5M)
  • Water Quality Stormwater Basin Improvements ($1.5M)
  • Sewer Extension ($1.4M), Wastewater Treatment Plant Blower Replacement
  • Replacement of 2,800 linear feet of asbestos-cement water mains ($1M)
  • Water Quality Renovation; Outfall Retrofit; Canyon Drain
  • Traffic Signal Install; Roundabout Construction
  • Pavement Management Program

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.
  • Four years of relevant professional Civil Engineering experience including project design and construction management.
  • Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer.
  • Must obtain registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in Washington State within one year of hire and maintain throughout employment.
  • Knowledge of Autodesk Civil 3D or other digital terrain modeling software, CADD, GIS, GPS and Database Management.

HOW TO APPLY

Please go to our website to download an application package.

WHY WENATCHEE IS SUCH AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK

Must see:     
“We Are Wenatchee Part I”      https://vimeo.com/88411706
“We Are Wenatchee Part II”     https://vimeo.com/121429638
“We Are Wenatchee Part III”    https://vimeo.com/208608170

Located in a beautiful valley at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers and on the east slopes of the Cascade Mountain Range, the city enjoys abundant sunshine with four distinct seasons. The average rainfall is a mere 10 inches per year making the region a focal point of Washington State for outdoor recreation.   Wenatchee is the largest city in rural North Central Washington and thus provides a small-town atmosphere with big city amenities striking a great balance between rural and urban qualities of life. The City is surrounded by the Cascade foothills. These foothills have been largely preserved as open space with trail systems for public use.  The City also has a wonderful historic downtown area adjoining a world class waterfront park and trail system. Renowned resort towns of Leavenworth and Lake Chelan are a scenic 30-minute drive away. Wenatchee serves as a medical, retail, technology, governmental and professional service hub for the largely agricultural area of North Central Washington. Combining these core regional services with a strong fruit and wine agricultural industry yields a relatively stable economy. Many people have moved to our valley to take advantage of the outdoor recreation mecca and beautiful natural environment that makes the City an amazing place to live. People moving to Wenatchee find that the citizens are very community minded with many active service organizations.  Additionally, public parks, quality arts programs and cultural experience opportunities are more plentiful than comparably sized cities. Suburban sprawl is nearly non-existent and thus commute times rarely exceed 15 minutes. For those desiring occasional amenities of major metropolitan areas, Seattle is a short scenic 3-hour drive or 30-minute flight away making Wenatchee very attractive to many people and families relocating from the Puget Sound area.