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Oregon APWA Jobs and Opportunities

To submit a job posting (either a position available or a position sought), e-mail the following information to the Oregon APWA webmaster:
  -- Name of position
  -- Name of hiring agency or company, or name of individual (if posting is for position sought
  -- Closing date (unless otherwise specified, all postings will be removed 30 days after initial posting)
  -- Description of position
  -- Website, e-mail address and/or phone number(s) for more information

Current Postings


Lead ElectricianCity of Lake Oswego, OR

Capital Projects Controls Analyst (Principal Management Analyst)City of Portland

 BRT/Transit Project Engineer, CADD Operator II, Principal Project Manager,WSP USA, Portland Office

Senior Engineer, City of Newberg

Senior Engineering TechnicianCity of West Linn

Maintenance Specialist 1,Clark Regional Wastewater District, Vancouver, WA

Public Works Operations ManagerCity of Hood River, Oregon

 Civil Engineer, City of Troutdale

Traffic EngineerLane County Public Works

Senior Engineering Associate – DesignLane County Public Works

Field Engineering Supervisor – InspectionsLane County Public Works

Airport Worker 2/3 - Facilities Maintenance, Eugene Public Works Airport Division

Engineering Technician IICity of Albany Public Works Department


Lead Electrician
City of Lake Oswego, OR
Application Deadline: June 19, 2017
The City of Lake Oswego, www.ci.oswego.or.us, is accepting applications for a dependable individual committed to professionalism and excellence.  The Lead Electrician will perform skilled electrical and electronic maintenance and repair work throughout the city. 
The Lead Electrician will perform electrical and electronic maintenance and repair on electrical systems at 600 volts or less.  Electrical repair work includes the repair and maintenance of traffic signal components, installation of household electrical circuits and repair of electrical pumping mechanisms and controls.  The position also includes maintenance and repair work on buildings including their lighting, circuitry, HVAC units, etc.  Assignments may also include non-electrical, light maintenance work.
For complete job announcement and how to apply, please visit the following link: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/lakeoswego/default.cfm
Capital Projects Controls Analyst (Principal Management Analyst)
City of Portland
Closes 6/5/17 4:30pm
The City of Portland is seeking a Capital Projects Controls Analyst in the Portland Bureau of Environmental Services (BES). The Portland Bureau of Environmental Services provides city residents with infrastructure and programs to protect water quality, public health and the environment, including wastewater collection and treatment, sewer construction and maintenance, stormwater management, and stream and watershed restoration.  The Capital Projects Controls Analyst reports to the Program Management and Controls Division Manager in the Engineering Services Group. The Capital Projects Controls Analyst monitors BES capital project delivery performance to ensure projects meet requirements regarding technical quality, reliability, schedule, and cost. The Capital Projects Controls Analyst supports staff bureau-wide in the development and refinement of business processes related to ongoing implementation of a project management software system (e-Builder) and is a lead in developing, implementing and training for new project controls procedures and other process improvements for an expanding Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
This position is the lead of a small team that performs quality control, planning, modeling, and forecasting functions for the annual capital budget and long-term CIP. The Capital Projects Controls Analyst must be proficient in capital project portfolio/program management, project support, and project controls. The Capital Projects Controls Analyst advises project managers on approaches to resolve problems related to project scope, schedule, and budget; develops models on the overall performance of a portfolio of projects; analyzes project information using business software tools such as e-Builder and Microsoft Project; works with project managers to develop and implement project delivery systems and control methods; and communicates with stakeholders at all levels of management to ensure accurate and timely dissemination of information.  The position uses analytics and business acumen to identify, prioritize, structure, and solve complex problems and support strategic, innovative decision-making. A successful Capital Projects Controls Analyst will be engaging, have strong customer service skills, and promote relationship building, equity, and innovation. Experience in a public agency is preferred but not required.
For more information on qualifications, application details and to apply, visit: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs
BRT/Transit Project Engineer, CADD Operator II, Principal Project Manager
WSP USA, Portland Office

See brochure for more information


Senior Engineer
City of Newberg
First review is June 16. Open until filled.
The City of Newberg is now accepting applications for senior engineer.
Salary Range (182): $5,979 to $7,653 monthly, Non-Represented, Exempt Position
Includes full benefit package with private retirement plan.  First review June 16, 2017 position open until filled. The Senior Engineer is responsible for overseeing the work of a major section or program within the public works environment.  Oversees the activities of professional and technical personnel in an engineering design or operations section; performs design and/or review work and evaluation of design of streets, wastewater or other public works facilities; manages consultants and construction bid projects. Education and Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and ten (10) years of increasingly responsible engineering/public works experience with a minimum of six (6) years of lead experience. Registration in Oregon as a Professional Engineer.  Application forms are required and must be received at Human Resources Department.   City of Newberg - Human Resources Department.  Online Application at: https://www.newbergoregon.gov/jobs.  Mail: P.O. Box 970 or 414 E. First Street, Newberg, OR  97132. >View brochure for more information.
Senior Engineering Technician
City of West Linn
Closes June 2, 2017
The City of West Linn is seeking experienced and professional applicants for the position of Senior Engineering Technician.
Under the limited supervision of his/her supervisor, this position performs complex engineering work of a technical/professional nature.  Reviews and approves engineering plans for Capital Improvement Projects and Private Development funded utility infrastructure for the City.  May be required to focus in any of the following areas: sanitary sewer systems, storm sewer systems, water distribution systems and transportation systems.  Reviews development design proposals to determine compliance with City Code and Public Works Standards and utilization of good engineering practices.  Requires interaction with the general public, development engineers, developers and contractors regarding technical issues.
Please submit cover letter and resume along with your online application to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westlinn
Maintenance Specialist 1
Clark Regional Wastewater District, Vancouver, WA
Closes mid-June
See brochure for more information

Public Works Operations Manager
City of Hood River, Oregon
The application period is open until filled, with first review date on May 31, 2017.
The City of Hood River is accepting applications for a Public Works Operations Manager.  Salary range $70,000-$90,000.  Applications and a full position description may be obtained at the City Hall, City of Hood River, 211 2nd Street, Hood River, OR 97031, or at the City website http://ci.hood-river.or.us/pageview.aspx?id=18343. EOEE
Civil Engineer
City of Troutdale
Closing Date:  6/4/17
The City of Troutdale, Oregon is currently seeking applicants for the position of Civil Engineer
Compensation:  $34.73 to $40.20 per hour
General Description: 
Provides a wide variety of technical Professional Engineering services at the senior level, requiring substantial professional responsibility and independent judgment pertaining to planning, design, contract administration, construction inspection, program management, policy development, customer service and related matters for sanitary sewer, storm water, potable water, parks, and transportation systems, and environmental compliance.  This position is distinct from the lower level Engineering Associate position due to the size, breadth and complexity of projects and programs assigned, professional responsibility for projects and programs, application of significant independent engineering judgment, independent decision-making, and the requirement for a Professional Engineer License.
Qualifications:            
Knowledge of:
Ø  Principles of civil engineering applied in the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and repair of public works infrastructure.
Ø  Principles and practices of program development and administration.
Ø  Environmental issues, permitting, laws and regulatory requirements.
Ø  Computer-aided drafting and design techniques.
Ø  Current office procedures, methods, and equipment, including personal computers and software typically employed by the Department.
Ø  Public contracting law.
Ø  Computer-aided infrastructure modeling techniques.
Ability to:
Ø  Apply independent professional judgment and make independent responsible decisions of substantial consequence for the City and the public.
Ø  Read and interpret plans, specifications and technical reports.
Ø  Design public works projects.
Ø  Author and administer public contracts and intergovernmental agreements.
Ø  Professionally Seal engineering plans and technical documents
Ø  Contribute to the development and administration of goals, objectives, policies and procedures.
Ø  Analyze problems, identify alternatives, project consequences of proposed actions, and select optimal solutions.
Ø  Manage Public Works and environmental programs
Ø  Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Ø  Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ø  Administer public contracts.
Required Education and Experience: 
Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job.  A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities is to possess a four-year university degree in civil engineering or a closely related course of study combined with at least five years of related experience.
Special Requirements: 
Possession of a valid drivers’ license and acceptable driving record. 
Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Oregon.
Please see the complete Civil Engineer Job Description at www.troutdale.info/employment for full details regarding the essential job functions and required qualifications associated with this position.
To apply for this position:
1)     Pick up an application packet (8 am – 5 pm, M-F) from the Receptionist at Troutdale City Hall, 219 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy., Troutdale, OR 97060, or
2)     Download the application packet from the City’s Web Page at www.troutdale.info/employment, or
3)     Request an application packet be mailed to you by calling the Receptionist at 503-665-5175
To submit applications materials for this position:
Mail or deliver application materials to: Human Resources, City of Troutdale, 219 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy., Troutdale, OR 97060
Fax application materials to:  Human Resources at 503.208.7103
Email application materials to:  HR@troutdaleoregon.gov

Traffic Engineer
Lane County Public Works
Closes 6/05/17.
Lane County Public Works (Eugene, OR) seeks a Traffic Engineer for its Engineering & Construction Services Section.  $57,200.00 - $85,800.00 per year.  Full Benefits.  Note:  Position requires a valid Oregon Registered P.E. and pays a 5% salary differential for that license. 
This position will - 
Supervise the Traffic Engineering Section within the Engineering & Construction Services (ECS) Division.  
Provide guidance, direction and supervision to the Traffic Engineering and Electrical sections, including coordinating and implementing these services. 
Position works closely with other ECS sections, including Transportation Planning, Survey, Design and Construction.
Position also assists in implementing the County’s Transportation Safety Action Plan and its “Toward Zero Deaths” policies and actions.
Requires:  
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably Civil Engineering, or a related field such as Surveying, Construction Services, etc.    
Four years of professional experience directly related to area assigned, preferably traffic engineering, and including lead or supervisory experience.
A valid Oregon Registered Professional Engineer (PE) license.
Oregon Driver’s License required at time of appointment. 
To apply, please visit www.lanecounty.org/jobs. Look for 201700106. For additional questions, contact HR at 541-682-3124.
Senior Engineering Associate – Design  
Lane County Public Works
Closes 5/30/17.
Lane County Public Works (Eugene, OR) seeks a Senior Engineering Associate for its Engineering & Construction Services Division’s Design Section.  $54,662.40 - $81,972.80 per year.  Full Benefits.  Note:  Position pays a 5% differential for Oregon Registered P.E. or 3% differential for an E.I.T.  
This position will - 
Prepare plans, specifications and bid documents for public improvement projects (pavement overlays, stormwater management, fish-friendly culverts, etc.).  
Ensure compliance with city, state, and federal requirements and sound engineering practice.
Perform contract documentation and review, collate , and record data.
Provide technical engineering information to staff, the public, and to contractors as needed.
Requires:  
Bachelor’s degree in field related to area of assignment such as Civil Engineering, Surveying, Environmental Science, Geography, Construction Services, GIS, etc.  
Five – eight years of progressively responsible experience in a related area.
Oregon Driver’s License required at time of appointent. 
To apply, visit www.lanecounty.org/jobs.  Look for 201700097. Fo additional questions, contact HR @ 541-682-3124.
Field Engineering Supervisor – Inspections  
Lane County Public Works
Closes 5/30/17.
Lane County Public Works (Eugene, OR) seeks a Field Engineering Supervisor / Engineering Analyst for its Engineering & Construction Services Division’s Inspections Section.  $61,422.40 - $92,164.80 per year.  Full Benefits.  Note:  Position pays a 5% differential for Oregon Registered P.E. or 3% differential for an E.I.T.
Description:  This position will - 
Supervise and manage the Department’s Construction Inspections and Utility Permitting staff.
Direct on-site field inspections; ensuring compliance with city, state, and federal requirements and sound engineering practice, and accepting or rejecting construction materials.
Perform contract documentation on complex projects.
Compute quantities for asphalt overlays, and review and record project data. 
Provide technical engineering support to staff, contractors, the public, etc.
Requires:  
Bachelor’s degree in field related to area of assignment such as Civil Engineering, Surveying, Environmental Science, Geography, Construction Services, GIS, etc.  
Five – eight years of progressively responsible experience in a related area.
Oregon Driver’s License required at time of appointment. 
To apply, visit www.lanecounty.org/jobs.  Look for 201700104. For additional questions, contact HR @ 541-682-3124. 
Airport Worker 2/3 - Facilities Maintenance
Eugene Public Works Airport Division
Application Deadline: Friday, May 26, 2017 5:00 p.m.
Performs a variety of skilled maintenance duties at the Eugene Airport maintaining airport buildings, facilities, and other airport assets. Depending on classification, performs a variety of airport operations duties at the basic, or fully skilled, level and may function as lead worker.

Depending on the knowledge, skills, and abilities possessed by the successful applicant, this position may be filled at either an Airport Worker 2 or Airport Worker 3.
Hourly Rate: 
Airport Worker 2: $19.49 - $24.26
Airport Worker 3: $21.30 - $26.54
Work Schedule:  Monday – Friday, Graveyard Shift (12:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.)  Positions assigned to Graveyard shift will receive a shift differential pay of $.80/hour.  Initial shift will be Day shift for training purposes.
Accepting on-line applications only. Apply at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs.
Must pass TSA background check. 


Engineering Technician II
City of Albany Public Works Department
Open until filled
The City of Albany, Public Works Department (Engineering Division), is seeking qualified candidates to fill an Engineering Technician II position.  This position provides construction inspection for public works infrastructure projects, both City capital improvement program (i.e. water, wastewater, stormwater and street) projects and private development projects.  This recruitment will remain open until filled.
For more information on qualifications, job duties, application details and to apply, please visit:            https://www.cityofalbany.net/departments/human-resources/hiring/current-regular-job-openings


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