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Capital Project Manager IIIClark County, Vancouver, Washington

Engineering Associate I and II, and Engineering Technician IIIJackson County Roads & Parks

Water Quality SupervisorCity of Silverton

Stormwater Coordinator / Senior Engineering AssociateLane County - Engineering & Construction Services Division

Engineering Associate (EA) OR Engineer-in-Training (EIT) - Design Engineering, Lane County - Engineering & Construction Services Division

Assistant or Associate Engineer (DOQ)City of Klamath Falls

Airport Electrician 1City of Eugene

Parks & Public Works Director/City EngineerCity of San Marino, CA

Planning and Development Services ManagerWashington County, Oregon

Structural Designer/EITOtak, Vancouver, WA

Senior, Civil EngineerOtak, Vancouver, WA

Senior Water Resources Engineer/Services Area ManagerOtak, Vancouver, WA

Mid to Senior-Level Civil CAD DesignerOtak, Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA

Civil DesignerOtak, Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA

Public Works Facilities Project ManagerCity of Eugene

Five Senior Public Works PositionsClark County Public Works Department, Vancouver, Washington

Utility Operator 2City of Stayton

Utility Operator 1City of Stayton

Public Works Supervisor - SewerCity of Stayton

City EngineerCity of McMinnville

Engineering (CAD/GIS) Technician Senior - Water DivisionCity of Gresham

Public Works DirectorCity of Beaverton

Urban Forestry SupervisorEugene Public Works

Full Time Public Works Laborers – Temp and Temp-to-HireCity of Troutdale

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I – IIICity of Florence, Oregon

Civil Engineer 1/2 – Project Teams, Eugene Public Works

Survey Technician IIIWashington County, Oregon

Engineering Technician I (2 vacancies)Washington County, Oregon

Development Services DirectorCity of Klamath Falls


Capital Project Manager III
Clark County, Vancouver, Washington
Apply by September 5, 2022. (Open until filled. Applications reviewed as submitted.)
Salary:  $39.43 - $50.31 per hour
Located in southwest Washington, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon. The Clark County Public Works Department has more than 300 employees. The Capital Project Manager III position will be responsible for delivery of capital projects in Public Works, including Transportation, Parks, Clean Water, Bridges, Pavement Preservation, and the County Railroad. The position reports to the PM Section Manager. Please see the complete position profile for the education, experience and other requirements, and desired qualifications for this position. This position is in the Local 17 Engineers 214 Union, and flexible teleworking and/or hybrid work arrangements are currently available for this position. For a complete position profile and to apply, visit Prothman and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. 
Engineering Associate I and II, and Engineering Technician III
Jackson County Roads & Parks
Open until filled
Jackson County is simultaneously recruiting for three similar positions at the same time within the Road Department.  The titles of these recruitments are “Engineering Associate I”, “Engineering Associate II”, and “Engineering Technician III.” Please note we will only be filling one of the above positions with the best candidate from the combined pool of qualified applicants. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in Autocad Civil 3D and roadway design. Please review the minimum requirements for each position and apply only for the position for which you are qualified and meet the minimum requirements.
Engineering Associate I salary $59,633.60. - $79,747.20 annually,
Engineering Associate II salary $68,744  - $91,956.80 annually, and
Engineering Technician III salary $51,708.80 - $69,160 annually with competitive leave/benefits packages. 
Please visit the County Road’s website for minimum requirements and additional information 
Water Quality Supervisor
City of Silverton
Open until filled
Pay Range: $32.5979 – $41.6042/hour  ($5,215.664– $6,656.672/month), with excellent benefits package, including Oregon Public Employees Retirement System
Application materials and instructions  
Are you a customer-focused individual with a team spirit and hold a Class IV Wastewater Treatment Certificate from the state of Oregon? Are you ready to work in a historic small city with beautiful scenery that is close to amazing water falls; the metro areas of Portland and Salem; and the Willamette Valley's renowned wineries and century farms? We are seeking the next leader for the Water Quality Division to build on a tradition of innovation and excellence.  The new Water Quality Supervisor will continue building for the future with a qualified, motivated, and collegial team at the water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant.   This individual will serve as the designated operator for the wastewater treatment plant. Supervises employees and performs various water quality related duties necessary for the operation and maintenance of a class IV wastewater treatment plant, class III water treatment plant and city pool. 
For more information, HR@silverton.or.us, or call 503-874-2204.

Stormwater Coordinator / Senior Engineering Associate
Lane County - Engineering & Construction Services Division
Open until filled
Job description  

Engineering Associate (EA) OR Engineer-in-Training (EIT) - Design Engineering
Lane County - Engineering & Construction Services Division
Closing date: 8/29/2022 
Job description  
Assistant or Associate Engineer (DOQ)
City of Klamath Falls
Open until filled
Please apply online at www.klamathfalls.city
The City of Klamath Falls is seeking an Assistant or Associate Engineer (DOQ) who will work under the direction of the City Engineer, who plays an integral role in the management and performance of top-level professional civil engineering work. The position provides administrative solutions to complex problems that arise in the design, review, and construction of City infrastructure and related development projects.
Assistant Engineer requires Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field from an accredited college; and a minimum of one (1) year of experience in related construction and/or engineering plan review and associated field inspection sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.  Must have passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE).
Associate Engineer requires a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field from an accredited college; and a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in progressively responsible design, constructions management, inspection, plan check and complex development and land use review experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.  A Masters’ degree may substitute for some experience.  Professional Civil Engineering License in the State of Oregon, or Professional Civil Engineer registration in a reciprocal state with the ability to obtain Oregon registration within six (6) months of hire date.  Professional license must be presented for verification.
All positions require a valid Oregon Driver’s License. New employees establishing resident status in the State of Oregon must obtain an Oregon driver’s license within 30 days.
The salary range is $30.63 to $46.62 dependent upon qualifications.

Airport Electrician 1
City of Eugene
Closing date: 08/26/22
Accepting online applications.  Apply at www.eugene-or.gov.
$69,139.20 - $86,195.20 / annually
The Airport Electrician 1 performs a variety of journey level electrical and instrumentation work.  Installs, modifies, maintains, and repairs a variety of electrical and control equipment, facilities, motors, motor controllers, programable logic controllers, instrumentation, and HMI/SCADA interfaces.
Introduction to qualifications:  Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes with relevant transferrable skills from a variety of sources and experiences. The City will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience:  Two years journey-level experience in the electrical trades.
Training:  Specialized training program in airfield electrical, electrical construction and electrical maintenance.
License or Certificate: State of Oregon General Journeyman Electrical license 
Parks & Public Works Director/City Engineer
City of San Marino, CA
Filing deadline is August 31, 2022.
Job posting
Resumes are acknowledged within two business days.  Call Tara Schultz at (626) 644-1398 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at www.peckhamandmckenney.com

Planning and Development Services Manager
Washington County, Oregon
Closing date: 8/21/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
The Planning and Development Services Manager is a rewarding opportunity to provide leadership and strategic direction to a dynamic work group. The ideal candidate will have significant knowledge in the principles, practices, and procedures of land use and transportation planning and development, including a working knowledge of Oregon's unique land use laws, personnel management, and community relations.
We are looking for a talented and committed individual able to lead a diverse, highly motivated and professional level staff, and also serve as an instrumental part of the day-to-day responsibilities related to the operations of the department's Community Planning, Transportation Planning, Current Planning and Building Services sections. This position is eligible to work a hybrid schedule, with up to 2 days a week REMOTE!  Days per week may vary based on business needs.
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Structural Designer/EIT
Otak, Vancouver, WA
Open until filled
Brief position description
The ideal candidate will have an interest in bridge and structural engineering, a willingness to understand and assimilate knowledge of WSDOT and AASHTO bridge standards and specifications. Come be part of an energetic and creative team that will be working alongside surveyors, scientists, stream/river specialists, roadway designers, and landscape architects. Projects may include bridge repair and replacement, bridge inspection and load rating, roadway improvements, large fish-passage culvert replacements, transit stations, urban and rural trails, and park improvements.  Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Structural Engineering and Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification or successfully passed Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination is required.


Senior, Civil Engineer
Otak, Vancouver, WA
Open until filled
Brief position description
Otak is looking to hire a Senior Civil Engineer to lead a number of new and on-going projects throughout the Oregon/SW Washington area.  We have a diverse, thriving civil engineering practice where this individual will utilize their expertise in successfully undertaking various land development focused projects. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, minimum of (10) years’ experience as a Civil Engineer and Professional Engineering license in OR and/or WA, is required.


Senior Water Resources Engineer/Services Area Manager
Otak, Vancouver, WA
Open until filled
Brief position description
Otak is currently seeking to hire a Senior Water Resources Engineer/Service Area Manager to join our Water and Natural Resources team in our Redmond, WA office. This person will support our project and business development initiatives in the following service areas; fish passage, stream and river restoration, flood hazard mitigation, and natural systems design. Current work will include opportunities to manage multi-disciplinary teams to deliver projects under a multi-year contract for replacement of culverts for fish passage across the Puget Sound region.  Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Water Resources, or Environmental Engineering required. Must possess a valid Professional Engineer (PE) license in the state of Washington or ability to obtain within six months and have a minimum of ten (10) years of previous Project Management/Project Engineering experience in stream/river restoration design, or related field.


Mid to Senior-Level Civil CAD Designer
Otak, Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA
Open until filled
Brief position description
Otak is hiring a mid to senior-level Civil CAD Designer. This position will work with a multi-discipline team including Civil (roadway, grading, drainage, site development), Water and Natural Resources (stormwater and stream embankment), and/or Structural (bridges and buildings). This position offers a chance to work with both public and private clients on projects throughout the Pacific Northwest. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with an enthusiastic, team-oriented attitude and advanced level design and drafting proficiency.  Associate’s degree or certification in Computer Aided Drafting, minimum of 4 years’ experience in civil engineering with transportation infrastructure, stormwater, stream, bridges and buildings.


Civil Designer
Otak, Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA
Open until filled
Brief position description
Otak is hiring multiple Transportation, Active Transportation, and Civil Designers! Come join our diverse, thriving civil engineering practice and use your expertise in successfully undertaking land development and/or public transportation infrastructure projects throughout the Metro area. This position will work on multi-disciplinary projects where you will use your engineering judgment to transform design concepts into construction drawings and technical specifications. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with an enthusiastic, team-oriented attitude!  Occasional travel between offices may be necessary for design team collaboration and/or client meetings. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in transportation infrastructure or land development, and possess an EIT certification.


Public Works Facilities Project Manager
City of Eugene
Application Deadline:  August 14, 2022.
$74,526.40 - $96,387.20 / annually
Accepting online applications.  Apply at www.eugene-or.gov.
The Public Works Maintenance Division is looking to hire a dynamic, vision-focused individual to manage the Public Works Roosevelt Blvd campus, which houses the Maintenance Division and Parks and Open Space Division and a staff of over 250 team members in regular, limited duration and seasonal positions.  The primary campus currently consists of 22 buildings with almost 117,000 gross square feet of space.  It is an aging campus with ever-expanding service deliver needs, that must evolve in a strategic, balanced and fiscally responsible way.  It is a hub for emergency response operations such as snow and ice, tree damage, and flooding.
In addition, the Public Works campus houses Fleet and Radio Communications Services, which supports all city vehicles, equipment and fueling including Police and Fire apparatus, and the county-wide radio communications system.  Ensuring these facilities are well-maintained and function with maximum efficiency, conducive to 24/7 operations, is a critical component of community resiliency and support for first responders.
The Public Works Facilities Project Manager performs a variety of administrative, managerial, and fiscal duties in support of the planning, design, construction, repair, and maintenance of the Roosevelt Yard campus.  This newly created position is intended to develop short and long-term work plans and associated budgets and update the campus facility master plan.  This position coordinates with the facilities Division for repairs and Capital projects as well as ongoing maintenance and custodial services.
Introduction to qualifications:  Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes with relevant transferrable skills from a variety of sources and experiences. The City will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience - Five years of progressively responsible experience in commercial facilities management, operations and maintenance, general contracting, architecture, engineering, commercial construction general contractor or related field with at least one year of program management, preferably in the public sector. A minimum of one year of supervisory experience is preferred.
Training - Equivalent to an Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course in public administration, architecture, engineering or related field.  Degree in engineering preferred.


Five Senior Public Works Positions
Clark County Public Works Department, Vancouver, Washington
First review of applications for all positions: August 29, 2022 (all positions are open until filled).
Located in southwest Washington, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon. The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development. Clark County is recruiting for the following Public Works Department positions:
Director of Public Works
Salary:  $118,860 - $167,964
Complete position profile and to apply online
County Engineer
Salary: $107,580 - $152,004
Complete position profile and to apply online
Engineering Services Division Manager
Salary: $95,100 - $134,316
Complete position profile and to apply online
County Roads Capital Programming Manager
Salary: $90,504 - $127,848
Complete position profile and to apply online
Preservation Section Manager (Engineering Services Manager III)
Salary: $90,504 - $127,848
Complete position profile and to apply online 
For questions about these positions, please contact Prothman at 206-368-0050.


Utility Operator 2
City of Stayton
Open until filled.
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Utility Operator 1
City of Stayton
Open until filled.
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Public Works Supervisor - Sewer
City of Stayton
Open until filled. First Review of Applications on August 18, 2022
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City Engineer
City of McMinnville
Open until filled
The City of McMinnville is recruiting a City Engineer to lead the Engineering Services Division of the City’s Public Works Department.
Salary range: $87,312 - $130,968 per year.
About Our Engineering Division
The Engineering Division is part of the City’s Public Works Department and is responsible for providing project management, design, construction surveying, bid and specification development, contract administration, inspection, and other technical assistance in support of McMinnville’s capital improvement projects. The Engineering Division works closely with our Planning Department, Operations, and all City departments working on capital projects. The Engineering Division has four identified core services: 1) managing the City’s transportation, wastewater, storm sewer, and airport infrastructure and systems, 2) providing project management services for the City’s capital improvements projects, 3) monitoring public infrastructure improvements on privately funded development projects, and 4) performing utility locates/”Call Before You Dig.”
The Engineering Division has 7.32 FTE comprised of the City Engineer, the Engineering Project Manager, the GIS/CAD Specialist, two Engineering Technicians, and seasonal interns. The annual operating budget in the Engineering Division is just over $1M.
The Job
As our new City Engineer, you’ll lead the Division through capital improvement and infrastructure projects. You’ll do this with a team of highly capable technical staff with a wide range of engineering experience and skills. You’ll also work closely with the full Public Works Department and alongside the Planning Department. There are lots of exciting projects in store for McMinnville, especially as the City begins tackling projects funded by American Rescue Plan Act grant dollars for major infrastructure improvements to our historic downtown, stormwater capacity projects, and broadband infrastructure investments.
You’ll report directly to the Public Works Director.
This position offers the opportunity to work a hybrid schedule with a mix of days in the office and remote work, if desired.
Full job announcement and application information


Engineering (CAD/GIS) Technician Senior - Water Division
City of Gresham
Closing date:  Open until filled
$71,763.00 - $91,636.00 Annually
The City of Gresham is seeking an Engineering Technician Senior in the Water Division of the Environmental Services department.  This position is responsible for technical engineering support of the City’s ongoing water main replacement program including drafting CAD design and collecting Graphical Information System (GIS) data.  A successful candidate will be responsible for project administration, regulatory and grant compliance requirements, and quality assurance.  The Engineering Technician Senior collects engineering data, performs and or oversees advanced drafting and design work.   This position may perform lead work under supervision and has both administrative and task-oriented responsibilities.  This position will report to the Water Division Senior Engineer. The Water Division Engineering team is a small group of four to five (4-5) engineers and technicians which works integrally with our Operations and Administrative staff to provide high quality water service to our City’s residents. 
The Engineering Technician Senior performs a variety of technician-level engineering work including project planning, design, and construction management. These tasks are conducted in support of a mix of small to large sized capital projects, privately financed development, and Water Operations activities.  This position will primarily perform Auto CAD design drafting in support of the City’s on-going water main replacement program. This position may also be asked to perform GIS mapping and database management related to water utility facilities and / or construction project management tasks for water utility projects. 
Minimum Qualifications: 
- Associate's degree or higher in engineering technology, survey technology or technician, civil or mechanical engineering, or other related field
- Three (3) to six (6) years of full-time experience in designing and preparing construction plans, cost estimates, and specifications for public works projects; performing a variety of drafting and design work; conducting surveys for engineering projects; developing and maintaining data layers and spatial data structures using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and AutoCAD tools; responding to and resolves inquiries and complaints regarding engineering projects; or related work
Please note, any combination of education and experience equivalent to five (5) to eight (8) years of qualifying education, training, and/or experience may be considered. 
Preferred Qualifications: 
- Proficient in computer applications for engineering activities including Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and ESRI GIS
Apply online


Public Works Director
City of Beaverton
Applications will be accepted through August 21, 2022.
Detailed information about the position


Urban Forestry Supervisor
Eugene Public Works
Closes 8/12/22 
Accepting online applications only.  Apply at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs
$74,526.40 - $96,387.20
Are you an urban forestry professional ready to join one of the Pacific Northwest's premiere programs? Eugene's Urban Forestry program is part of the Green Infrastructure Section of the Parks and Open Space Division within Public Works. The Green Infrastructure Section is focused primarily on services within the public right-of-way including street trees, rain gardens, vegetated medians and specialty landscapes.
Eugene's Urban Forestry program is responsible for approximately 84,000 street trees along 547 miles of city streets. The Urban Forestry Supervisor leads a team of seven, including a Lead Arborist, two Natural Systems Specialists, two Park Specialist III crew leads, and two Park Specialists I/II. The team of regular staff are supplemented by seasonal staff and contractual services. The program is also supported by a Management Analyst who reports directly to the Green Infrastructure Maintenance Manager.
Introduction to minimum qualifications:  Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes with relevant transferrable skills from a variety of sources and experiences. The City will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role.
Full list of the knowledge, skills and abilities of the Urban Forestry Supervisor
Experience: Five years of experience in urban forestry, or related field, involving extensive experience dealing with multiple government agencies, elected officials and the public. Supervisory experience preferred.  
Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from and accredited college or university with major course work in urban forestry, arboriculture, horticulture or a related field.
License or Certificate: Certification as a Certified Arborist by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), or ability to obtain within one year.


Full Time Public Works Laborers – Temp and Temp-to-Hire
City of Troutdale
Application deadline:  8/7/22
City of Troutdale is currently recruiting for 2 or more full-time Public Works Laborers!
Perform tasks of limited complexity in the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities, streets and water distribution, and equipment maintenance.  Provide assistance to Public Works operators while learning the duties and functions of the water, streets and equipment maintenance divisions.
To view the complete position description and to apply


Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I – III
City of Florence, Oregon
Closing Date: August 8, 2022
The City of Florence Oregon (located on the Oregon Coast, 1 hour west of Eugene) is seeking one full-time, on-site, Wastewater Treatment Operator to support our Wastewater Treatment Plant that is part of our Public Works Department. This is one recruitment for one vacancy. The qualifications of the selected applicant will determine the position filled.
Hourly rate of pay per position (determined by qualifications of selected applicant)
   Operator I – hiring range: $17.83 - $20.31 per hour – Position Cap: $27.74 per hour
   Operator II - hiring range: $18.82 – $21.30 per hour – Position Cap: $28.73 per hour
   Operator III – hiring range: $20.80 - $23.53 per hour – Position Cap: $31.70 per hour
Minimum and Special Requirements – see description for full details, information below is only for Operator I
- High school diploma or equivalent; and
- One year of verifiable work experience and training in general construction labor, water or wastewater treatment or distribution, or similar industrial facilities which has provided specific knowledge in the area assigned (utility construction, mechanical maintenance, plumbing or electrical maintenance or construction).
- Possess or obtain a valid Oregon Driver's License within 90 days of hire date. Must have and maintain a safe driving record.
- Possess or obtain a valid Class A driver’s license within one year of hire date. Must have and maintain a safe driving record.
- Possess or obtain a CPR/First Aid card within one year of hire date.
- Possess or obtain OSHA Confined Space Training within one year of hire date.
- Possess or obtain a State of Oregon Wastewater Operator, Level I Certificate within eighteen months of hire.
Full job description


Civil Engineer 1/2 – Project Teams
Eugene Public Works
Open Until Filled.
Accepting online applications only.  Apply at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs
Depending upon the knowledge, skills, and abilities possessed by the successful applicant, this position may be filled as either a Civil Engineer 1 or Civil Engineer 2.    
Annual Salary:
   Civil Engineer 1: $74,526 - $96,387
   Civil Engineer 2: $81,078 - $107,036
The Civil Engineer 1/2 performs complex professional engineering work in the design, investigation, construction management, and project management of public works projects. Acts as project manager and provides direction and supervision to technical staff. Assignments require the use of judgment and initiative in developing solutions to problems, interpreting general policies, and determining work assignments.
Civil Engineer 1 
Experience: Two years of civil engineering related experience. Possession of a State of Oregon Engineering Intern Certificate.
Civil Engineer 2
Experience: Five years of professional civil engineering experience including one year of supervisory experience.


Survey Technician III
Washington County, Oregon
Closing date: 8/7/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
The County Surveyor's Office is recruiting for a Survey Technician III in the Civil Survey and Public Land Corner Section. Join the surveying team in its mission to assure public safety and welfare through providing a safe and efficient County transportation system, stewardship of public property rights, developing County ordinances and standards and insuring compliance.
The Survey Technician III performs the most difficult and responsible types of duties assigned to classifications within the Survey Technician series, including surveying and administering public rights-of-way, retracing and resolving county road rights-of-way, providing survey support on Capital Projects, monumenting and maintaining Public Land Survey System (PLSS) Corners, and drafting Records of Survey and PLSS U.S.B.T. Entries. This position may also function as a survey crew performing construction, boundary, or cadastral surveying. For a complete list of essential duties, knowledge, skills, and abilities, click here.  
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Engineering Technician I (2 vacancies)
Washington County, Oregon
Closing date: 8/7/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
Position 1: Operations and Maintenance (OPS) is responsible for maintaining the County's roads, bridges, culverts, signs, striping, and other assets. Additionally, Operations and Maintenance issues permits for working in the right-of-way and inspects development work to ensure compliance. The Engineering Technician I in OPS will perform data collection on County infrastructure assets, learn how to build and inspect contracts for construction, and evaluate service requests submitted by stakeholders. Additionally, the Engineering Technician I will learn about permits and development and participate in testing and implementation of a new Asset Management software solution.
Position 2: Engineering, Traffic and Survey (ETS) is responsible for the engineering and design of the County’s transportation system. The Engineering Technician I in ETS will support the Traffic Engineering team and process service requests, investigate requests from the public, inspect new projects for appropriate installation of traffic control devices, assist with striping layouts on resurfacing projects, and perform data collection on County infrastructure assets. Additionally, the Engineering Technician I will learn about permits and development and participate in testing and implementation of a new Asset Management software solution.
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Development Services Director
City of Klamath Falls
Closing date: Aug. 14
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