Oregon APWA Jobs and Opportunities
PWM Utility Technician I, City of Newberg, Oregon
Civil Engineer II, Polk County Public Works
Lane County Public Works Director, Lane County, Oregon
Public Works Field Operations Supervisor – Concrete Crew, City of Gresham
Construction Program Manager, Clark Regional Wastewater District, Vancouver, Washington
Design Services Program Manager, Lane County Public Works, Eugene, Oregon
General Manager, Woodinville Water District, Woodinville, Washington
Senior Maintenance Worker-Parks, City of Lebanon
Senior Civil Transportation Engineer, KPFF Consulting Engineers (Portland Civil + Survey office)
PWM Utility Technician I
City of Newberg, Oregon
Applications due by April 6, 2018
Salary Range (132): $3,740 to $4,788 monthly – non-exempt, AFSCME represented position
Includes full benefit package - retirement plan. CLOSES: April 6, 2018 at 4:30 pm
The Utility Technician I performs a variety of unskilled or semi–skilled maintenance work and operates a variety of equipment in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of City water, wastewater, street maintenance, storm drainage, grounds, buildings, facilities, and other utility systems. QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a minimum one (1) year combined experience in construction, operation and/or maintenance of water, wastewater or storm water systems. Special Requirements: Valid states driving license with a clean record. Any equivalent combination of education and experience which ensures the candidates ability to perform the essential functions of the job may be considered. Please see full job description for requirements. Application forms are required and must be received by April 6, 2018. Formal application rating on education, training and experience; oral interview and reference check; and job related tests will be required. A successful drug screen, criminal background check and national fingerprint-based record check will be required as a condition of new employment. A pre-employment “Physical Capacity” physical will be required. 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.
Civil Engineer II
Polk County Public Works
Open until filled
GENERAL DUTIES: Performs a wide range of civil engineering duties such as planning, design, analysis, and inspection of Public Works projects. Assist in the research and development of capital improvement projects. Perform preliminary investigation, calculation, design, and alternative analysis for engineering projects. Produce cost and quantity estimates for preliminary and final designs. Conduct traffic engineering studies for project analysis, reports and recommendations. Perform hydraulic and structural engineering investigation, analysis and design. Prepare final construction drawings, contract documents, and specifications for engineering projects.
EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Possession of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering and 5 years of engineering experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, education and training.
SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess and maintain a professional engineering license valid in the State of Oregon. Must possess and maintain a valid Oregon driver's license, automobile insurance, and have access to and use of a personal automobile as a condition of employment.
Applications must be completed and submitted online at: www.co.polk.or.us
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 623-1888.
Lane County Public Works Director
Lane County, Oregon
Open until filled with first review of applications on April 23, 2018.
Are you passionate about providing public services? Lane County, Oregon is searching for their next Public Works Director. This person is responsible for long-term planning and development of a large, wide-ranging Public Works Department that provides a variety of services to the public. The Director oversees the eight divisions within the department and interprets and oversees compliance with laws, regulations, codes and/or standards. The position serves on a variety of internal and external committees to secure advocacy and influence support for programs and services, including working with regional and state governments. The Public Works Director reports to the Lane County Administrator.
The mission of the Lane County Public Works Department is to “maintain and enhance the livability and sustainability of Lane County’s natural and built environment.” Further, the organization is guided by three strategic focus areas: safe and healthy county, vibrant communities, and infrastructure. Many of the objectives focus on strategic partnerships for an integrated transportation system, affordable housing, parks, waste management, animal services, and funding for safe roads and bridges. The department is proactive in planning for its future, as is evidenced by establishing a business plan for its events center, facilitating economic growth, developing and implementing a facilities plan, and updating a parks’ master plan.
The department works together to achieve its goals by delivering services with 350 FTEs and many seasonal employees in eight divisions at 30 different work sites. The Director manages six of the divisions: Engineering and Construction Services, Road and Bridge Maintenance, General Services, Land Management, Waste Management, and the Lane Events Center. The Director also supervises the Assistant Public Works Director, Budget and Finance Manager, grants and special projects staff, and administrative support. The Assistant Director manages two of the eight divisions: Administrative Services and Parks. The department’s total FY2017-2018 budget is $167,444,418.
Minimum requirements for this position are bachelor's degree with six years of progressively responsible local government experience, including management and supervision. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree, labor relations experience, expertise in at least one of the service areas within the department, and strong financial and project management experience.
The salary range for the position is $95,389 - $143,083 depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefit package.
Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. Applicants first complete a brief online form and then are prompted to provide one document (Word or PDF) that has a cover letter and resume with salary history.
Public Works Field Operations Supervisor – Concrete Crew
City of Gresham
Closes: 3/22/2018 @ 5:00 p.m.
$4,912 - $6,276
The City seeks to build a new team of skilled concrete workers for the construction, maintenance, repair and operation of the City's concrete assets. The Concrete Supervisor is responsible for purchasing the necessary tools and equipment, building the team, overseeing and leading the work of Public Utility Worker I's and II's in the construction, maintenance, and repair of the City's concrete assets (including but not limited to ADA ramps, curbs, bus pads, and sidewalks)
They will organize, plan, schedule and assign work, inspect crew work during and after completion, as well as train and/or instruct personnel on proper use of equipment and installation/maintenance of concrete. They will inspect and sign off on completed projects, read, review, interpret and write various documents and reports for accuracy.
The Public Works Concrete Field Operations Supervisor will work with the City's Geographic Information Systems and asset management program to ensure accuracy of public works facilities, infrastructure locations and asset conditions. They will work with the City's Engineering staff and Construction Inspection department to ensure standards are met. In addition to attending pre-construction meetings; perform basic plan review to address maintenance concerns and conformity with Public Works standards and ADA requirements, develop punch lists of deficiencies for new development and Capital Improvement Projects final close outs. They may also operate a wide variety of departmental heavy equipment and Class A CDL vehicles as necessary and use a variety of hand and power-operated tools and equipment.
This position will assist the Superintendent with employee performance evaluations and in the hiring of new employees. Assist in the procurement and inventory of equipment and supplies; prepares specifications and administers contracts for equipment and outside services; monitors contract performance. Responds to public inquiries in a courteous manner; and responds to public calls in an effort to diagnose and troubleshoot issues.
• High school diploma or G.E.D
• five years progressively responsible concrete construction and maintenance
• two years in a lead or supervisory capacity.
Licenses, Certificates, and Other Requirements :
• Valid Class A commercial driver's license with appropriate endorsements, within 6 months of employment
• Required to be obtained within the first year of employment:
• ODOT Flagger Certification
• First Aid and CPR Certification
• OSHA Confined Space and Competent Person Certification
This position is eligible for our full comprehensive benefit package to include medical, dental, vision, PERS contribution, paid time off, holiday pay, and more.
Apply online by visiting: www.GreshamOregon.gov/jobs
Construction Program Manager
Design Services Program Manager
Senior Maintenance Worker-Parks
Performs a wide variety of tasks in the construction, maintenance and repair of Parks facilities. Operate light, medium and heavy equipment and perform routine maintenance of same.
Senior Civil Transportation Engineer
KPFF Consulting Engineers (Portland Civil + Survey office)
Closing date: 4/15/18
KPFF’s Portland Civil + Survey office is seeking a senior level Civil Transportation Engineer interested in working in an entrepreneurial environment alongside some of the most creative and innovative engineers around. KPFF has been an industry leader in Civil and Structural Engineering for over 57 years, working with architects, developers, contractors, and public agencies. This position will challenge you to stretch outside your comfort zone with opportunities for growth and increased responsibility. We believe in encouraging personal and professional growth, and we work hard at providing a solid support structure with minimal organizational restrictions.
- Work on a variety of projects with clients in the public sector
- Lead the development of transportation infrastructure projects
- Provide design leadership and guidance to staff
- Coordinate and communicate directly with stakeholders, public agencies, and franchise and public utility companies
- Participate in business development
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
- 10 yrs of applicable transportation design work
- Professional Engineer in Oregon or ability to obtain via reciprocity
- MicroStation and Inroads and/or AutoCAD and Civil 3D proficiency
- Effective written and verbal communication
- Passionate about providing exceptional client service
- Ability to handle multiple concurrent projects and priorities
Apply at http://www.kpff.com/careers/?jobid=689