Associate Civil Engineer

City of Shasta Lake

Perform professional engineering work, both in the office and in the field, including oversight and supervision of design, construction administration and inspection of capital projects, preparation of public works conditions for development projects, use permits, and subdivisions, and engineering review of grading and improvement plans and drainage, traffic, and other technical studies associated with development.  Individuals holding this classification are responsible for major projects and/or assigned to act as a team leader, potentially supervising para-professional staff, in order to accomplish assigned projects. Employees at this level are expected to exercise independent judgement and initiative; and draw conclusions and formulate recommendations and project consequences of recommendations.

Essential Duties may include:

  • Use AutoCAD Civil 3D to prepare complex engineering drawings.
  • Use Microsoft Office software components to prepare complex engineering specifications and cost/time estimates.
  • Administer construction projects, conduct field inspections, and prepare written records to verify and ensure contract compliance.
  • Prepare Requests for Proposals / Requests for Qualifications to obtain consultant professional services.
  • Ensure compliance of project documentation with specific funding agency requirements.

Full job description including minimum qualifying and education/experience can be found on the City website, under Human Resources.  In order to be considered for this position, interested individuals must submit a City of Shasta Lake employment application.

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