CITY OF BLUFFDALE Assistant City Engineer - Water System in BLUFFDALE, Utah
Job Summary: Under the direction of the City Engineer, this position performs a variety of professional duties related to planning, organizing, directing, and controlling the design, development, and construction of city infrastructure specifically related to the secondary and potable water systems. Assists in monitoring compliance with engineering standards and the delivery of engineering services. Assists in the preparation, review, and maintenance of engineering documents, reports and information. Works on planning, designing and overviewing the construction of water system improvements. Directs activities to improve the function, delivery and quality of the water system..and.nbsp;MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSEducation, Experience and Licenses: Graduation from ABET accredited college with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering; preference may be given for master's degree; AND Utah Professional Engineer License (PE) with at least five (5) years of experience after obtaining the license; AND ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience directly related to above duties; OR an equivalent combination of education or experience. Must possess a valid Utah Driver's License.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Working knowledge of computer aided design (CAD), Auto CAD Civil 3D and related peripherals Geographical Information Systems (GIS); ArcMap (ESRI) software; civil engineering methods, principles and practices; construction methods and materials common to public works projects; EPA NET; engineering standards and codes; technical and practical design of public works systems; principles and practices of supervision and worker motivation; interpersonal communication skills; the use of a variety of technical engineering equipment; political and governmental processes affecting engineering program management; proficient in office suite. Skilled in the art of diplomacy, cooperative problem solving and customer service. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; read and interpret plans and specifications, visualize completed projects in planned stages and estimate the end results; estimate quantity of materials accurately; develop and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, state agencies, local governments, subordinates, and the public.