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State of Utah - Jobs Engineer III,II,I Southern Region Richfi in RICHFIELD, Utah

Job Title: Engineer III*This position may be filled as an Engineer II or I.Job Description:Assist the public in the compliance with and implementation of all state statutes,rules and guidelines pertaining to water right matter. Assist water users in filing acceptably complete applications,distributing water,inspection of dams,adjudication proceedings,and processing of various water right applications.To Qualify for the Engineer I (entry $21.97-$34.85 maximum)Satisfactory completion of Engineering degree Engineer in-Training (EIT) or the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE) completed by end of 12 month probationary period. This is an entry-level job,which requires close supervision and limited engineering experience while performing engineering related tasks.To Qualify for the Engineer II (entry $25.86-$43.30 maximum)Satisfactory completion of Engineer -In-Training (EIT) or the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE) required. Incumbents have experience working as an Engineer but are not licensed as a Professional Engineer. Most of their work must be reviewed and approved by a licensed Engineer. Incumbents use independent judgment in the modification and evaluation of standard techniques,perform independently on most assignments,receiving technical guidance on unusual problems. Incumbents apply the knowledge and techniques of advanced mathematics and engineering to assignments.To Qualify for the Engineer III (entry $28.82-$45.70 maximum)Must beregistered as a professional engineerin accordance with the provisions of Utah Code Annotated 58-22. This is a working level job requiring minimal supervision. Incumbents in this job utilize advanced training,experience and independent judgment in the evaluation and modification of complex engineering situations requiring specialized abilities. Incumbents apply the knowledge and techniques of advanced mathematics and engineering to assignments.*Preference will be given to candidates with direct water rights experienceWhy You Should Join Our Team:As one of the oldest agencies in the State of Utah,the Office of the State Engineer (i.e.,the Division of Water Rights) has a long history of playing a critical role in the management of the state's water resources. Consequently,water users rely on the expertise of the Division of Water Rights to provide order and certainty in the distribution of Utah's water. As a member of our team,you will have the opportunity to help people from the western region understand water rights,work in a challenging profession that has a meaningful impact on every aspect of life in the arid West,and shape the future of the state's most valuable resource.The Agency:If you would like to read more about working for the Department of Natural Resources pleaseclick here.