The San Joaquin County Public Works Department is seeking a strong manager to join a progressive public service employer as an Engineer V in the Water Resources/Flood Management Division. This position will plan and organize all water resources and flood management related programs; provide administrative support; develop short and long range goals, objectives and priorities, as well as participate in strategic planning that is consistent with the overall vision of the Department.
An ideal candidate will have professional engineering experience with a public sector employer in the area of Water Resources and/or Flood Management Engineering.
Well-qualified candidates will possess exceptional leadership and interpersonal and communication skills, as the position requires frequent interaction and communication with department management, engineering staff, contractors and staff from various County and State agencies.
Graduation with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or closely related field from a college/university accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology; and
Two years of experience as either a Registered Civil Engineer in an organization performing diversified public works activities; and
Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer as issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers; and
Possession of a valid California driver’s license.
About San Joaquin County
The San Joaquin County Public Works Department employs approximately 400 employees who are responsible for the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of public roads, bridges, water, wastewater, flood control and solid waste systems of the County. This award winning Department strives to create a strategic outlook that leverages innovation in process and technology to provide quality service to the community to protect the health and welfare of the public and preserve the County’s infrastructure investments.
San Joaquin County government provides a variety of services to all of the estimated 613,500 citizens in the county. The county covers an area that is 1,400 square miles and 921,600 acres. Services are provided all over the county, including in the seven cities that are incorporated within the county. The County government consists of about 30 departments and/or major divisions, from the Sheriff's Office to Public Works.