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Oregon APWA Jobs and Opportunities

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  -- 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)
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Public Works DirectorCity of Troutdale, Oregon

Senior Engineering AssociateLane County, Oregon

Utility Worker II or Senior Utility WorkerCity of McMinnville

Engineering Technician 3 – Construction InspectionCity of Beaverton

Engineering Plan Review ManagerCity of Beaverton

Engineering Technician III (Survey)City of Medford

Senior Operator or Operator IICity of McMinnville

Wastewater Operations ManagerEugene Public Works

Water Reclamation Division SupervisorCity of Medford

Public Works DirectorCity of Eagle Point, Oregon

Information TechnicianCity of Pendleton, Oregon

Public Works Administrative SupervisorCity of Medford

Public Works Engineering TechnicianClark County, Washington

PlannerLane County, Oregon

Facilities Management SuperintendentCity of Medford

Public Works DirectorCity of Monterey Park, California

Director of Public WorksSan Rafael, California

Senior Water Resources EngineerCity of Gresham

Field Engineering Supervisor - Inspections / Supervising Senior Engineering Associate, Lane County, Oregon

Extra Help – Building Safety Specialist (Structural Residential and/or Commercial Inspector), Lane County, Oregon

Extra Help - Electrical Inspector, Lane County, Oregon

Assistant Public Works DirectorCity of Sandy

Public Works DirectorCity of Hood River 

Traffic Engineering Technician IIICity of Medford

Construction InspectorCity of Medford

Contract SpecialistChelan County PUD, Wenatchee, WA

Roads & Stormwater Maintenance SupervisorCity of Wilsonville

Construction InspectorEmerio Design, LLC, Beaverton

Senior Construction Inspector/Document Control, Emerio Design, LLC, Beaverton

Senior Project Engineer – TransportationCity of Oregon City Public Works Department

Project EngineerCity of Oregon City Public Works Department


Public Works Director
City of Troutdale, Oregon
First review of applications: June 26, 2022 (open until filled).
Salary:  $122,096 - $148,428 
Located on the south bank of the Columbia River, the City of Troutdale, Oregon, pop. 16,000, is 15 miles east of Portland. The City of Troutdale’s Public Works Department provides water treatment and distribution, sanitary sewer collection and treatment, storm water collection and conveyance, utility services, parks maintenance, street maintenance and repair, engineering, project management, construction inspection, environmental management, solid waste and recycling program management, geographic information services, issuance of erosion control permits, and issuance/administration of public works permits. The department includes the Public Works Management Division, the Water, Parks, and Streets Division, and Wastewater and Storm Sewer Services Division, and operates with 32 FTE’s and has a total 2022/2023 budget of approximately $34 million. Working under the direction of the City Manager, the Public Works Director plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates, through subordinate supervisors, the delivery of public work services. A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a related field, and 7 years of experience in a public works environment which has included supervisory responsibilities is required. For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. 
Senior Engineering Associate
Lane County, Oregon
Open until filled
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Utility Worker II or Senior Utility Worker
City of McMinnville
Closing Date:  Open until filled, first review after June 12, 2022
Pay Rate:  Utility Worker II -- $3,784 to $5,298/month ($21.83-$30.57/hr.), depending on experience; Senior Utility Worker -- $4,660 to $6,524/month ($26.89-$37.64/hr.) depending on experience
Duties: Performing routine inspections, testing, maintenance, and repair of collection systems and manholes, operating a hydro-cleaner truck, pipeline television inspection truck/CCTV unit, dump truck, and backhoe; controlling traffic in the vicinity of job site location; using a computer for data management and for inspection purposes; and utilizing maps and diagrams to complete assignments.
Qualifications:  Valid Oregon commercial driver’s license Class A with manual transmission tanker and air break endorsements or ability to obtain within six months from date of hire, certified flagger or public agency work site traffic control course (or ability to obtain within the one year orientation period), and confined space entry safety training.  Experience in collection system maintenance relating to hydro-cleaning, pipeline television inspection, and excavation construction experience preferred.  Utility Worker II: DEQ Wastewater Collection Systems Grade I or Provisional I certificate (or ability to obtain within the one year orientation period).  Senior Utility Worker:  DEQ Wastewater Collection Systems Grade III (or ability to obtain within the one year orientation period).
To Apply:  Applications are accepted online only at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/Mcminnville?.
Additional Information:  Please call (503) 434-7405 or email hr@mcminnvilleoregon.gov with questions regarding this recruitment.
Engineering Technician 3 – Construction Inspection
City of Beaverton
Closing date: June 5, 2022
Wage Range: $28.06 - $37.60 Hourly
The City of Beaverton, recognized as one of the 100 best places to live in the United States, is seeking an Engineering Technician 3 to be part of the Capital Improvement Plan project team. This position will primarily be responsible for construction inspection as a part of the City’s Public Works Engineering Division, a team that works to deliver quality, timely, and cost-effective public infrastructure for Beaverton. Engineering Technicians work closely with licensed engineers on water, storm, sewer, street, sidewalk, and trail projects.  
This is an excellent growth opportunity for a highly engaged Engineering Technician to learn the principles and practices of civil engineering. This position requires problem-solving and excellent communication skills, and a willingness to be challenged and collaborate with others both internally and externally in the division. The position is a combination of work in both construction and office environments. 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 
·         Associate’s degree in in civil engineering technology or related fields and 5 years of experience in engineering or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position 
·         Valid driver’s license and ability to meet the city’s driving standards. 
·         Ability to pass reference checks, a degree verification check and satisfy the requirements of a background check.
Link to apply 
Engineering Plan Review Manager
City of Beaverton
Closing date: June 12, 2022
Salary range: $7,578.16 - $10,154.40 Monthly
The City of Beaverton’s Community Development Department is hiring an Engineering Plan Review Manager to oversee the technical team, including plan reviewers and permit technicians within the Site Development Division. 
Responsibilities include: 
- Supervising and overseeing the work of technical staff in the plan review and permit teams. 
- Serving as project manager on development projects. 
- Providing technical support and solutions to inspectors on construction issues. 
- Visiting project sites to ensure that site conditions are captured during plan review. 
- Providing input on department planning and budget. 
- Collaborating across divisions to plan, organize, and direct resources that facilitate timely issuing of permits.  
Upcoming projects may include: 
- Development in the 2,300 acre South Cooper Mountain area, implementing the South Cooper Mountain Community Plan.  
- Central Beaverton development, including infrastructure, transportation, and improvements to make downtown an even more attractive place for the community to live, work, learn, and play.  
Education and Experience 
Bachelor’s degree in engineering and 10 years of engineering experience, including 3 years of experience in land use, plan review or development engineering, and 2 years of project management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position.
Licensing and Special Requirements
- Valid driver's license and the ability to meet the city's driving standards.
- Professional Engineer License
- Incumbent is required to maintain relevant employer/state/federal standards for licenses, certifications, conduct, screenings reference and background checks
Link to apply   
Engineering Technician III (Survey)
City of Medford
Open until closed
$48,297 - $73,017
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This position is responsible for performing technical field work utilizing surveying instruments and tools to establish existing grades and topography; preparing and reducing field survey notes and electronic data into CAD drawings and electronic files; analyzing and interpreting historical records and other survey data for use in survey boundary resolutions and mapping; preparing and checking legal and property descriptions; reading and interpreting construction plans and calculate grades for roadbeds, storm and sanitary sewer lines, and related utilities for construction layout; drawing maps and processing electronic data for engineering designs; and maintaining GIS database and map layer of public works real property interests.
Minimum Requirements:
Four (4) years of related engineering technical experience; or BA degree in engineering, surveying, or construction management; and/or equivalent combination of college level education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job. NOTE - this position may be under filled by applicants with less related engineering technical experience depending on the applicant pool.
Senior Operator or Operator II
City of McMinnville
Closing Date:  Open until Filled with First Round Due by May 30, 2022
Job Type:  Full Time
Salary:   Senior Operator -- $55,920 to $78,288 per year; Operator II -- $50,184 to $70,272 per year
The City of McMinnville, Wastewater Services Division is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Senior Operator or Operator II. 
Duties:
The Senior Operator, in a lead capacity, operates and maintains the City’s Class IV Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) and associated pump stations in compliance with state and federal regulations, while meeting the specific effluent standards established by the facility’s NPDES permit; administers and implements the Biosolids Program; scheduling daily work assignments and plans/coordinates long-term project work; generates and maintains accurate operational reports; and participates as a member of the operation and maintenance team to assess conditions, solve problems, and make team decisions..  The Operator II will be part of a team responsible for operating the City’s WRF and associated pump stations to ensure proper equipment operation; reads instruments and records data, and enters, retrieves and manipulates data from a computer; and interprets process control data and makes equipment and process adjustments to meet targets set by the process control guidelines..
Qualifications: 
Senior Operator -- Equivalent to high school education plus additional broad specialized courses in wastewater technology equal to two years of college.  Four years’ experience at a Class II or higher activated sludge wastewater treatment facility.  Must possess an Oregon Wastewater Treatment System Operations Grade III Certification and a valid Oregon Driver’s License.
Operator II -- Intermediate knowledge of the principles, methods, tools, and equipment used in advanced wastewater treatment processes, with experience in a Class III or higher activated sludge wastewater treatment facility; intermediate knowledge of biological and chemical nutrient removal and tertiary treatment systems; and high school education (or equivalent) plus additional specialized courses in wastewater treatment plant operation, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training.  Must possess an Oregon Wastewater Treatment System Operations Grade II Certification and a valid Oregon Driver’s License.
To Apply:  Applications are accepted online only.  Those interested in the position, please submit an application and answer questions at  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/Mcminnville?.  For more information, please call (503) 434-7405 or email hr@mcminnvilleoregon.gov.
Wastewater Operations Manager
Eugene Public Works
Application Deadline - June 3, 2022 - 5:00 p.m
Accepting online applications.  Apply at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs
$87,838 - $115,939 / annually
The Wastewater Division is looking to hire a Wastewater Operations Manager to join their Management Team.  The person in this position is responsible for managing, directing, and coordinating the operations, activities, and functions of the City of Eugene Public Works Department, Wastewater Division.  It is responsible for managing employees that comprise three operational and technical focused teams:  the Wastewater Treatment Operations Team, the Biosolids Management Team, and the Environmental Services Team.  Oversees and performs a variety of professional and technical duties in support of wastewater treatment and environmental compliance programs. Is responsible for assisting the Division Director in the day-to-day management and administration of the Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Biosolids Management Facility. Provides highly complex professional and administration support to the Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission, Public Works Department, and Executive Directors.     
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. 
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
EXPEREINCE 
Five years of recent, relevant experience to achieve knowledge, skills, and experience, preferable in the public sector, directly related to managing the operations of a major wastewater utility, including at least four years of supervisory experience.   
EDUCATION 
Bachelors or Associates degree from an accredited college or university in wastewater treatment, civil engineering, construction technology, business or public administration, or a closely related field. 
LICENSE AND CERTIFICATES
Possession of, or ability to obtain, and maintain an appropriate, valid Oregon driver's license. 
Possession of a valid Oregon DEQ Grade IV Wastewater System Operator Certificate (Treatment) or ability to readily obtain through  reciprocity preferred.  
Water Reclamation Division Supervisor
City of Medford
Open until closed
$68,683 - $87,645
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We are recruiting for two (2) Water Reclamation Division (WRD) Supervisors in our Public Works Department.  The City of Medford is a growing community and the WRD is responsible for expanding, maintaining, and operating the Regional Water Reclamation Facility (RWRF) to treat sewage from the region prior to discharge of the effluent into the Rogue River.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
- Graduation from high school or GED equivalent; and
- Two (2) or more years of demonstrable supervisory/leadership experience or increasing responsibility; and 
- Any combination of post-high school education and wastewater treatment experience to qualify for a Grade III (or higher) Treatment Wastewater Operator certification issued by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Refer to page 3 of the Wastewater Operator Certification application for Grade III certification qualifications.
- Possession of a State of Oregon Certification as a Wastewater treatment Plant Operator, Grade III (or higher) upon hire or within 12 months of hire.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license on or before date of hire. New employees establishing resident status in the State of Oregon must obtain an Oregon driver’s license within 30 days. 
- Ability to maintain acceptable driving record throughout employment.
- Successful completion of a background investigation to the satisfaction of the City.
The WRD Laboratory Supervisor is responsible for:
- Organizing, developing, monitoring, and optimizing facility laboratory/analytical procedures and standards, ensuring compliance monitoring conforms to 40 CFR 136 requirements.
- Scheduling wastewater sample collection and analyses, coordinating priority with WRD Supervisors team.
- Managing facility data management software.
- Organizing annual DMR-QA Study; procures test samples, notifies contracted laboratories of participation, submits test results to DMR Study Coordinator at DEQ, and performs corrective action for unacceptable test results.
Desired Qualifications; experience with:
o   AllMax Operator10 Data Management software.
o   Implementation of Standard Methods for Water and Wastewater Analyses.
o   Interpretation of NPDES permit monitoring and reporting requirements.
The WRD Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for:
- Organizing, developing, monitoring, and optimizing  facility equipment maintenance procedures and standards, ensuring   conformity with equipment manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedules.
- Scheduling  preventative, corrective, and elective work orders and coordinates priority with WRD Supervisors team. 
- Ensuring reliability of facility SCADA equipment; PLCs, networking equipment, backup power supply units, and other ancillary computer electronics.
- Overseeing the work of contractors; generates contracts and monitors compliance with contract specifications; prepares specifications for purchasing materials and equipment.
- Managing facility CMMS and Asset Management programs.
- Supervising facility landscape and appearance maintenance. 
Desired Qualifications; experience with:
o   AllMax Antero CMMS program.
o   Asset management.
o   SCADA & PLC management.
o   Instrumentation and control installation and maintenance.
Public Works Director
City of Eagle Point, Oregon
First review of applications: June 12, 2022 (open until filled).
Salary:  $90,852 - $114,276 
(Plus excellent benefits, including $5,000 moving expense reimbursement)
The City of Eagle Point’s Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining city streets, storm sewers, water storage and distribution, parks and related equipment, city facilities, and fleet management. The Department operates with a Supervisor, Lead Worker, two Specialists, two Technicians, and two Laborers. This is complemented by seasonal temporary employees and professional service contracts. Under the direction of the City Administrator, the Public Works Director directs the functions of the Public Works Department and implements procedures and practices to provide services in engineering, domestic water, stormwater, streets, and park and recreation facilities. Seven years of experience in municipal government public works operations, civil engineering, or equivalent education, training, and experience. A bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, and state licensure as a P.E. is preferred but not required. Experience or knowledge in Project Management. Any combination of education and experience that the City deems appropriate will be considered. For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. 
Information Technician
City of Pendleton, Oregon
First screening no later than May 31, 2022
Applications are being accepted for an Information Technician position in the Public Works Department.  Position will be responsible to administer, monitor, operate and report on the operational management software (OMS) systems used in the City’s Public Works Department; utilize system data to help management forecast resource and workload needs; report on financial trends and operational effectiveness; and related work. Key tasks include software administration, technical assistance, media management, analysis and reporting. Position requires Bachelor of Science (BS) or Master of Science (MS) in Communications, Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or related field, and two years technical experience in data analysis and reporting, or a satisfactory equivalent combination of education and experience.   Must have a driver's license and be able to pass a criminal background check. Salary range is $4,741 - $5,867 per month plus excellent benefits.  Applications are available at http://pendleton.or.us/employment  or at the Human Resources Office at City Hall, 500 SW Dorion, Pendleton.   Submit completed applications to the same address or human.resources@ci.pendleton.or.us for first screening no later than May 31, 2022.  Position will be open until filled.
Public Works Administrative Supervisor
City of Medford
Open until 5/30/22
$68,684 - $87,646
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This position provides supervision, leadership and oversight of a wide range of administrative and support functions, including budgeting and accounting, clerical activities, payroll, procurement of goods, contract services and materials, A/R billings, reports, inventory management and process controls, data entry, and warehouse for the Public Works Operations division.
Minimum Requirements:
- Graduation from high school or GED equivalent; and
- Five (5) years of progressive experience in warehousing and inventory control, preferably in a public sector environment; and
- Two (2) years of supervisory experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or other specific area of study as deemed applicable may substitute for four (4) years of experience. 
- Associates degree in accounting may substitute for two (2) years of experience
Public Works Engineering Technician
Clark County, Washington
Closes 06/2/2022
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Planner
Lane County, Oregon
Closes 5/23/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
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Facilities Management Superintendent
City of Medford
Open until filled
$68,684 - $87,646
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This position plans, coordinates, directs, oversees and participates in the development, maintenance and repairs of all City buildings and associated utility management and supervises full and part-time technical, custodial and support staff.  
Minimum Requirements:
·         Graduation from high school or GED equivalent.
·         Five (5) years of management experience in Facilities Management or related field with specific experience in building maintenance.

Public Works Director
City of Monterey Park, California
Filing deadline is June 10, 2022
The City of Monterey Park, California (population approximately 60,500) is recognized as one of the best places to live in America.  In 2017, ranked #3 in Money Magazine as a best place to live, the City of Monterey Park is known as an excellent community with a healthy economy, affordable housing, good schools, a diverse population, and nearby recreational opportunities.  The City’s wide ranging and strong attributes create and support a vibrant, excellent community to live and work. The City is located adjacent to the Long Beach Freeway (710) on the west, the San Bernardino Freeway (Interstate 10) on the north, and the Pomona Freeway (State Highway 60) on the south that provide north-south and east-west access to all of Southern California.  The City is additionally well served by public rail and bus transit lines to downtown Los Angeles, providing residents and employees with many alternatives for traveling to work, shopping, and home.
The City desires a Public Works Director with experience overseeing complex services, leading a large team, and managing utilities.  The successful candidate will first excel as a leader, manager, team player, and communicator.  Knowledge and experience managing water production and treatment, implementing grant and bond funded projects, workforce development, capital improvement projects, transportation and land use, budget, and facilities maintenance is desired, mindful that an excellent manager knows how to effectively work with any team and quickly learn technical aspects of operations. The typical background necessary for the position includes a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with major course work in public administration, civil or mechanical engineering or a related field; 5 years of progressively responsible and varied public works/engineering and/or general management experience, and at least 3 years in a supervisory or administrative capacity.  The annual salary range of the position is $138,551 to $177,519, and the City provides an excellent benefit package. 
To apply for this exciting career opportunity, please visit Peckham & McKenney 
Resumes are acknowledged within two business days.  Call Tony Dahlerbruch at (866) 912-1919 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at www.peckhamandmckenney.com.

Director of Public Works
San Rafael, California
Filing Deadline: May 31, 2022
The City of San Rafael has a population of approximately 61,271 residents in 22.51 square miles and lies midway between San Francisco and California’s famous wine county and serves as the county seat and Marin's central city. San Rafael is the County's premier economic, financial, cultural and service center. As a regional transportation hub, San Rafael is in the center of highway and transit access to west Marin, Sonoma County, the East Bay and San Francisco.
The City of San Rafael offers both a small-town atmosphere and a lively urban environment; it is the economic and cultural heart of Marin County, and its high quality of life is centered on its commercial districts, engaged neighborhoods, active lifestyles, and natural environments. Surrounded by open space and the bay, San Rafael is a vibrant city in an incomparably beautiful natural setting. Famous for its favorable climate, San Rafael makes a central base for taking day trips to scenic locations such as the Napa/Sonoma wine country, Point Reyes National Seashore and Muir Woods. San Rafael's many attractions include its namesake Mission San Rafael Arcangel, the landmark Frank Lloyd Wright Civic Center, Victorian architecture, a lively downtown, China Camp State Park, and more. The City is home to major employers such as Autodesk, Kaiser Permanente and BioMarin and offers residents and visitors alike an array of regional retailers in addition to unique local shops. San Rafael’s diverse community, history, culture, modern sensibilities, and ideal location in the northern Bay Area region are advantages that are found only in the City of San Rafael. For more information on this dynamic city, please visit the City of San Rafael’s website at www.cityofsanrafael.org
The City Manager seeks a highly effective Public Works Director to oversee the Public Works Department with a commitment to “high touch” customer service and a desire to serve and engage the San Rafael community in the various facets of public works.  This candidate will have the ability to confidently and credibly talk to elected officials and the public about a variety of projects and the ability to explain project progress, obstacles, and be flexible when new ideas are shared by the community.  The ideal candidate will be a hands-on director, commitment to talent development, mentoring, succession planning and open to grow and coach department staff.  The Director will work collaboratively and collegially cross-departmentally, engage in dialogue with other City departments, and will have the skillset to build rapport with various internal and external stakeholders.  Lastly, the next Public Works Director will be goal and results driven, innovative, team-oriented, have the ability to explain purpose and lead with the heart, and be an excellent inclusive communicator who demonstrates vulnerability.  
The annual salary range is $167,472 to $203,556. Placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. 
Please submit your cover letter and resume (including month/year of employment) via Peckham & McKenney, www.peckhamandmckenney.com
Feel free to contact Maria Hurtado at (831) 247-7885 if you have any questions regarding this position or recruitment process.

Senior Water Resources Engineer
City of Gresham
Open until filled
$87,472.00 - $113,687.00 Annually
The City of Gresham is seeking candidates for a Senior Water Resources Engineer to oversee wastewater collections and/or stormwater engineering functions. These functions currently include two engineering positions and two engineering technicians to oversee and manage the City’s capital improvement projects related to wastewater collections and conveyance, and stormwater collections, conveyance, treatment and retention/detention. Ideally, the successful candidate would have supervisory experience and be a subject matter expert in both wastewater collections and stormwater engineering. This position reports to the Water Resources Engineering Manager.
What you will get to do:
- Provide management and oversight to the Wastewater Collections and Stormwater Engineering teams
- Coordinate with both Operations and Maintenance teams to develop the Capital Improvement Programs for each service area
- Manage studies including Master Plans and System Development Charge methodologies
- Work closely with other internal City divisions and departments, including Transportation, Drinking Water, Water Sciences and Wastewater Treatment teams
- Provide subject matter expertise in wastewater collections and stormwater management to various stakeholders
- Collaborate with outside agencies and developers on a regular basis
What we are looking for:
- A relationship builder who initiates effective working relationships and consistently works on developing and maintaining those relationships
- A highly collaborative leader to work cooperatively with other individuals and teams to coordinate contributions that result in mutually favorable outcomes
- A critical thinker and problem solver who analyzes all information available and uses sound judgement and expertise to provide solutions and made decisions on the best course of action
- A skilled project manager to provide oversight and planning on projects, scheduled tasks, resource allocation, time scales and timelines, and budgeting to deliver projects on time, within cost and at the required quality level
- An excellent written and verbal communicator to correspond with other municipalities, government agencies, developers, construction contractors and regulatory agencies
- Someone who effectively manages the performance of their teams by taking responsibility for their own and their team member's performance by setting clear goals and expectation, tracking progress, ensuring feedback and addressing performance problems and issues promptly
- An individual who uses a variety of approaches to manage and resolve concerns, disagreement, and conflict.
Apply online at https://GreshamOregon.gov/jobs

Field Engineering Supervisor - Inspections / Supervising Senior Engineering Associate
Lane County, Oregon
Closes 5/31/2022 
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Extra Help – Building Safety Specialist (Structural Residential and/or Commercial Inspector)
Lane County, Oregon
Open until filled
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Extra Help - Electrical Inspector
Lane County, Oregon
Open until filled
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Assistant Public Works Director
City of Sandy
Position closes 5/29/2022
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Public Works Director
City of Hood River
Position is open until filled
Salary range: $101,273 - $124,553
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Traffic Engineering Technician III
City of Medford
Open until closed
$57,210.53 - $73,017.05
More  information and to apply
This position spends approximately 50% of their time in the field and 50% in the office. Most field work takes place in the roadway under live traffic conditions inspecting work zone traffic control, inspecting road improvement projects, setting up traffic counting equipment, and performing field observations. 
Minimum Requirements:
- Graduation from high school or GED equivalent.
- Four (4) years of related engineering technical experience.
- A bachelor’s degree in engineering, surveying or construction management may substitute for two (2) years of experience.


Construction Inspector
City of Medford
Open until closed
$54,927.15 - $70,102.60
More information and to applyThis position visits construction sites and contractors, explains technical requirements and identifies discrepancies, and may be empowered to approve contractor work on the site, or issue stop orders when work does not comply with contract documents or standards per Oregon Standard Specifications for Construction Inspection.   
Minimum Requirements:
- Graduation from high school or GED equivalent.
- Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience performing a variety of construction inspection work.


Contract Specialist
Chelan County PUD, Wenatchee, WA
Closing date: 6/1/22
Description of position
Apply online at www.chelanpud.org/careers


Roads & Stormwater Maintenance Supervisor
City of Wilsonville
Open until filled
$33.92 - $45.78 Hourly
This recruitment will be open on a continuous basis and may close at any time without advance notice.  You are encouraged to apply immediately.  Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis with the first selection for interviews occurring May 9, 2022.
Our employees take pride in their work and it shows.  Between the 163 lane miles of streets, the 75 miles of stormwater lines, over 20,000 trees, and over 5,000 signs, the roads and stormwater maintenance divisions stay busy.  Add to that all of the other functions of roads and stormwater maintenance programs, and the crew knows every day will be different in Wilsonville.  To get it all done, we focus on teamwork - and every employee plays an important role.
You are highly motivated and recognize the importance of proactively addressing maintenance issues and planning and preparing for future improvements.  You are comfortable and skilled both in the field and in an office setting, with an aptitude for switching between working side-by-side with employees and utilizing and maintaining a highly detailed asset management program.  With an eye for finding efficient and innovative maintenance practices, you utilize your keen supervisory and project management skills to lead, coach, and inspire employees, always helping them search for the next best practice.
Why would you want to join our team?  Because you expect more than the status quo.  So do we! Wilsonville is currently seeking the newest member of our Public Works management team. Candidates should be big-picture thinkers ready to develop and inspire teams.  We seek leaders, achievers, and doers who bring skill and passion to a challenging and evolving environment.  The Roads & Stormwater Maintenance Supervisor position will lead a crew in the maintenance and repair of City roads and stormwater systems.  If you enjoy giving back to the community and working independently and as part of a cohesive team, submit your application materials today! 


Construction Inspector
Emerio Design, LLC, Beaverton
Closing Date:  June 30, 2022
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Senior Construction Inspector/Document Control
Emerio Design, LLC, Beaverton
Closing Date:  June 30, 2022
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Senior Project Engineer – Transportation
City of Oregon City Public Works Department
Open Until Filled
The City of Oregon City has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Project Engineer – Transportation in our Public Works Department. This position reports directly to the City Engineer. In addition to an excellent salary and benefits package, this position works independently, allows for a flexible work schedule, and normally works days (Monday through Friday).
The Senior Project Engineer – Transportation coordinates, participates in, and performs complex engineering projects and studies, serving as a project leader. Researches, plans, and designs civil, underground utility, and transportation engineering studies for construction and maintenance. Coordinates the work of other staff, outside consultants and contractors, and other agencies. This position is an integral part of our engineering team.
Application, resume, and cover letter are required documents to be submitted. This recruitment will remain open until filled; however, it may close at any time. To apply for this position, please visit our web page at https://www.orcity.org/humanresources/open-job-2022-senior-project-engineer-transportation.
Education
The position requires a bachelor’s degree with a major in civil, structural, or a closely related engineering discipline and five years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience with emphasis on projects.
Licenses and Certificates
Requires a valid driver’s license. Requires active registration as a Professional Engineer, and an Oregon Professional Engineer Certificate within 6 months of employment.


Project Engineer
City of Oregon City Public Works Department
Open Until Filled
The City of Oregon City has an exciting opportunity for a Project Engineer in our Public Works Department. This position reports directly to the City Engineer. In addition to an excellent salary and benefits package, this position works independently, allows for a flexible work schedule, and normally works days (Monday through Friday).
The Project Engineer participates in a variety of engineering projects, in depth studies, and development-related work. Provides research, plans, management, and designs of civil, structural, utility infrastructure and transportation engineering for construction and maintenance. Applies specialized engineering knowledge to solve design, maintenance, improvement, and construction challenges and problems. Serves as a contributor on various development projects including land use planning, engineering plan review, and construction solutions. This position is an integral part of our engineering team.
Application, resume, and cover letter are required documents to be submitted. This recruitment will remain open until filled; however, it may close at any time. To apply for this position, please visit our web page at https://www.orcity.org/humanresources/open-job-2022-project-engineer.
Education
The position requires a bachelor’s degree with a major in civil, structural, or a closely related engineering discipline and two years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience with emphasis on projects.
Licenses and Certificates
Requires a valid driver’s license. Requires active registration as an Engineer-in-Training.


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