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Graduate Engineer or Engineer (Regional Stormwater Management Program)

City of Austin
Austin, Texas
Commensurate with experience + Benefits
Closing date
Dec 8, 2022

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POSITION OVERVIEW: This position will assist with the City’s Regional Stormwater Management Program (RSMP) and provide engineering analysis and review for the program. These duties will include coordination with applicants; engineering analysis and research for projects; arrangement of discussions with applicants to determine the feasibility of participation; and tracking the progress of RSMP requests. The position will coordinate with the Development Services Department (DSD) drainage reviewers and Watershed Protection Department floodplain reviewers for the review and processing of RSMP requests. The position will assist with the tracking and data management for RSMP inquiries and cases; be responsible for the processing of their RSMP cases in the City’s AMANDA permit management system. The position will draft the approval letters and agreements for RSMP participation; prepare RSMP payment calculations; and coordinate with the City’s legal department as needed for finalization of agreements. Some RSMP projects lead to the development of Public-Private Partnerships for the design and construction of drainage improvements. The position will coordinate with applicants, PDD design team staff, Field Operations crews, and inspection services to help facilitate the design and construction of offsite improvements that provide regional stormwater management benefits through such partnerships. In addition to RSMP-related duties, the position will support other reviews within the Development Review Coordination Section.



The City of Austin is one of the most diverse municipal organization with over 10,000 employees. Our mission is to make Austin the best-managed City in the country, along with our vision of making Austin the most livable City in the country. Our employees make a difference every day in our community. Our organization operates under the Council-Manager form of government. The City of Austin has a 10-1 council system with an at-large Mayor and Council Members who represent ten districts. The Watershed Protection Department was established in 1991 to manage Austin's lakes, creeks, and drainage infrastructure. The mission of the Department is to reduce the impact of flooding, erosion and water pollution on our community to protect lives, property and the environment. To do this work, our department has approximately 360 employees whose jobs range from flood engineers to stream ecologists to field crews. We inspect, maintain, and/or repair 1,100 miles of storm pipes; 9,000 public and private stormwater ponds; and several miles of natural waterways.
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