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Senior Engineer
C I T Y  O F  H I G H L A N D

SALARY:  $9,718 - $11,813 per month

Education/Training/Experience:    

  • Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge
    and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities
    would be:
    1. Experience: Five years experience in professional engineering work in an area of
    assignment including two years of supervisory experience.
    2. Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
    with major work in civil engineering or a closely related field.


Skills/Abilities:

  • The following tasks are essential for this position. Incumbents in this classification may
    not perform all of these tasks, or may perform similar related tasks not listed here.
    Perform routine professional level work in the field of civil engineering.
    Coordinate and manage engineering work in connection with private development
    projects.

  • Review development applications, improvement plans, maps, and supervise staff
    assigned to these duties.

  • Confer with developers, contractors, engineers, general public, regarding City
    engineering policies and standards.

  • Meet with engineers, developers, and property owners to provide and discuss
    engineering procedures and requirements relative to proposed
    commercial/industrial/residential developments, including public
    improvement plans, engineering reports and other submittals/requirements.

  • Approve project plans and bond estimates.

  • Represent the City on various development related issues and at meetings, such as
    Planning Commission and development Pre-Application meetings.

  • Supervise and coordinate contract agreement activities including engineering plan
    check and inspection services. Review and approve the payment of invoices.

  • Coordinate engineering work with other departments, consultants, contractors,
    developers, inspectors, plan checkers, and property owners.

  • Respond to questions and inquiries from various individuals, groups, organizations
    and companies regarding a wide range of engineering topics and issues.

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Senior Engineer
C I T Y  O F  C O R O N A

SALARY:  $102,360.00  - $124,400.00 Annually

Education/Training/Experience:    

  • Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in civil or structural engineering, or a related field. 

  • Five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional civil or structural engineering experience, including one (1) year in a lead or supervisory capacity.

  • A Professional Engineering certification is highly desired. 

 


Skills/Abilities:

  • Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, and reviews the work of staff, consultants, and interns performing engineering planning, design, and construction work of public works and utilities projects and systems.

  • Trains staff in work procedures; evaluates employee performance, counsels employees, and effectively recommends initial disciplinary action; assists in selection and promotion.

  • Participates in the development of goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for assigned services and programs; recommends and implements policies and procedures including standard operating procedures for assigned operations.

  • Monitors activities of the work unit; identifies opportunities for improving service delivery and procedures.

  • Coordinates assigned services and operations with other divisions and outside agencies.

  • Participates in project budget preparation; identifies resource needs; prepares detailed cost estimates with appropriate justifications; monitors expenditures. 

  • Answers questions and provides information to the public; investigates and responds to complaints and inquiries from citizens, other departments, and agencies; recommends corrective actions to resolve issues.

  • Supervises and gives technical advice, guidance, and direction to an engineering team.

  • Reviews and designs project plans and specifications involving hydrology, traffic and soils reports and calculations, as well as grading plans, sewer plans, water and wastewater facility plans, streets plans, traffic studies, building demolition plans, and other documents.

  • Plans, coordinates, and reviews project work performed by private consultants.

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CIP Supervisor
C I T Y  O F  C O R O N A

SALARY:  $118,872.00 - $144,492.00 Annually

Are you someone who has the ability to develop strong relationships and create collaborative partnerships? Do you enjoy working with others to implement innovative solutions and improve business processes?  

 

Being part of the Public Works team will allow you to play a key role in the day-to-day operations of all city departments and make a positive impact in the community.  

 

We are looking to offer this position to three amazing candidates who will be responsible for managing one or more of capital improvement program sections in Utilities, Streets and Drainage, and/or Parks and Facilities.  


If you are a motivated individual that loves taking on challenges, leveraging technology to drive meaningful change, and thrives in a fun environment, we invite you to apply!!

Effective January 13, 2024, there will be a 2.5% increase in salary bringing the top step to $12,345 per month.

SKILLS/ABILITIES
•    Plans, organizes, controls, integrates, and evaluates the work of an engineering section in the Public Works Department; with subordinate supervisors and staff, develops, implements, and monitors attainment of section goals and objectives.
•    Plans, organizes, controls, manages and evaluates the work of the assigned work unit; with subordinate and supervisors, participates in establishing operational plans and initiatives to meet department/division goals.
•    Participates in the development of and monitors performance against the annual division/unit budget.
•    Establishes performance requirements and personnel development targets; monitors and evaluates the quantity and quality of staff performance. 
•    Provides day-to-day leadership and works with staff to ensure a high performance, customer service-oriented work environment which supports achieving City objectives.
•    Manages the preparation of a variety of studies and reports relating to current and long-range City capital improvement needs and fixed assets.
•    Provides technical assistance to staff; reviews and evaluates plans for proposed assessment and maintenance districts and related bond and fee requirements; reviews subdivision and development proposals.  
•    Reviews the work of professional and para-professional engineering teams in the preparation and/or review of engineering plans, specifications, designs, cost estimates, reviews and sets requirements.
•    Manages and administers operations, activities, and programs in compliance with accepted federal, state, and municipal standards governing public works construction, public utilities construction, traffic engineering and engineering surveying; manages plan check and project management tracking systems.  
•    Reviews, analyzes, and recommends changes to the City construction policies and procedures; recommends and coordinates design changes, where appropriate.
•    Keeps informed and up to date on current construction design techniques, Caltrans design requirements, changes in codes and regulations, new construction materials and methods.
•    Works with developers, contractors, engineers, architects, and others regarding unusual construction and compliance problems.
•    Represents the City with other public and governmental agencies, community and business organizations, citizens, and the public.
•    Oversees the preparation of complex grant applications for project funding from various governmental agencies. Oversees project compliance with grant requirements.
•    Coordinate related engineering activities with other City departments, divisions, and outside agencies.

TO BE CONSIDERED

Interested candidates should apply by completing the application online, including a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume by the posted closing date.

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Associate Engineer/ Associate Civil Engineer
C I T Y  O F  C H I N O

SALARY:  $8,174.00 - $10,627.00 Monthly

The City of Chino is seeking a versatile, team-work oriented person with excellent project management and customer service skills to fill the position of Associate Engineer/Associate Civil Engineer in the Land Development Engineering Division of the Development Services Department. The ideal candidate is committed to public service and will be knowledgeable in applicable civil engineering practices with the ability to prioritize multiple projects in a growing City. 

For more detailed information, please refer to the Associate Engineer job description.

Associate Engineer
C I T Y  O F  C O R O N A

SALARY: $88,128.00 - $107,124.00 Annually

The Planning and Development Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Associate Engineer. This position is assigned to the Development Services Division and will be primarily responsible for the review and permitting of discretionary and ministerial development projects. A typical day for this position includes completing plan reviews within a set timeframe, coordination with other City departments and divisions, responding to emails, multiple in-person meetings, writing staff reports, and preparing project conditions of approval. The ideal candidate will be an effective communicator possessing broad and varied experience in Civil Engineering design and review. The ideal candidate will exhibit the utmost professionalism and interpersonal skills while interacting with both internal and external stakeholders, and have the ability to be proactive in solving problems to enhance the service to our customers.  

For more detailed information, please refer to the job description.

Supervising Public Works Project Manager
S A N  B E R N A R D I N O  C O U N T Y

SALARY:  $9,255 - $11,250 Monthly

The Department of Public Works (DPW) is recruiting for a Supervising Public Works Project Manager that is responsible for managing public works programs and projects. Specifically, civil engineering projects, including but not limited to design, construction and operations. May oversee in-house or consultant/contractor groups and supervise a section of staff engaged in the major activities of public works and civil engineering projects. Positions oversee complex engineering projects or independently manage specialized engineering functions and related duties as required. 

vement Program (CIP).

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Traffic Engineer
C I T Y  O F  R A N C H O  C U C A M O N G A

SALARY:  $8,702.00 - $11,737.00 Monthly

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Engineering Services, the Traffic Engineer will be responsible for overseeing the newly formed Transportation Section, consisting of two (2) Assistant Engineers and one (1) Engineering Technician (a total of three staff members).

The Transportation Section is the Engineering Services Department’s newest formally designated Section. Made up of staff from both the Capital and Traffic teams, the Section was created to be able to prioritize and tackle large scale priority project coordination and meet increasing needs related to signals, active transportation, and large regional transportation projects. The Section is primarily responsible for the design, construction, and operation of traffic control devices, including projects that fall within the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and planning for future traffic and transportation needs. The team also provides a high level of customer service to the public through the research of transportation related inquiries, working with our schools and thinking of ways to advance transportation in the City to meet our new General Plan Goals to include options beyond traditional single occupancy vehicles.

The Transportation section also manages funding programs related to the implementation of the CIP and other operational functions including Measure I 2010-2040, State Gas Tax and Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation funding, along with State and Federal grants.

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Associate Civil Engineer
COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

SALARY:  $96,415.70 - $123,214.83 Annually

The County of Riverside's Flood Control District has multiple opportunities for Associate Civil Engineers that will be assigned to multiple divisions located in Riverside.

 

The Engineers will under minimal direction, perform varied and difficult flood control engineering work in one or more of the District’s engineering divisions, which span from Planning, Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Stormwater Management facilities. Candidates may also supervise or train lower classifications within these roles.

 

The District desires candidates that have experience with the planning, design, and construction of projects such as:  

 

  1. Flood control facilities including storm drains, channels, basins, dams and levees.

  2. Stormwater recharge facilities such as groundwater / infiltration basins.

  3. Stormwater treatment facilities such as infiltration basins, biotreatment, bioretention,

  4. Experience planning, designing and constructing highways, freeways, sanitary sewers and/or landfills, may also be considered.

In addition the District desires candidates that have performed engineering studies / analyses related to the above types of projects/facilities.  As well as experience with the detailed review (plan check) and approval of engineering studies and plans related to the above types of projects/facilities.

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Associate Engineer
C I T Y  O F  C O R O N A

SALARY:  $88,128.00 - $107,124.00 Annually

Under direction performs a diverse range of professional engineering duties involving research, design, and construction within the public right-of-way for potable water, reclaimed water, sewer improvements, and other public works infrastructure, capital improvement, and construction projects; prepares and/or participates in the preparation and review of preliminary and final engineering plans, cost estimates, cost analysis studies, specifications, and schedules; quality controls engineering designs performed by consulting engineers for the City; performs plan checks of tenant improvement and developer projects to ensure conformance with City standards; provides technical support to management in assigned engineering program area; acts as project manager for public works construction projects; and performs related duties, as assigned. 

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