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The Public Works Department is hiring an Associate Engineer II in the Land Development Division. The ideal candidate will have public agency experience interacting with both developers and engineers. A strong candidate will have experience with reviewing a wide variety of documents, plans and reports for technical correctness and compliance with City of Temecula codes and standards. It is highly desirable the applicant have experience assisting the public with the land development entitlement process, right of way engineering, and Water Quality Management Plans (WQMP’s). The City prides itself on providing excellent customer service; candidate must have exceptional communication skills and provide quality customer service while working with the public, developers and other outside agencies.
A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college/university preferably with a major in Civil Engineering or a closely related field; five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in the field of Engineering or closely related field in Public Works or an associated municipal function is desired.
LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES
Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Certificate / Land Surveyor-in-Training (LSIT) Certificate or Certificate of Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer and/or Land Surveyor issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers is desirable.
Apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/temeculaca
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