LAST DATE TO APPLY: Friday, February 2, 2018
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE (link below)
Salary: $7,817 - 9,894 / Month
THE JOB: Under general direction, performs difficult and responsible professional civil engineering work in the field and office; may act as resident engineer on very large or complex construction projects; may supervise subordinate professional and sub-professional engineering personnel engaged in such work; and performs related duties as required. The current vacancies are in various divisions of the Department of Public Works, including Road Design and Sanitation, and will focus on winter of 2016-2017 storm-related damage. The list established from this recruitment will be used to fill current and future vacancies during the life of the eligible list.
THE REQUIREMENTS: Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be to have three years of experience as a registered engineer performing duties comparable to an Associate Civil Engineer in Santa Cruz County.
*Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver License in order to respond to field emergencies and inspections in a County pickup truck (upon appointment).
*Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers.
HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at www.santacruzcountyjobs.com or mail/bring an application and supplemental questionnaire to: Santa Cruz County Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. For information, call (831) 454-2600. Hearing Impaired TDD/TTY 711. Applications will meet the final filing date if received: 1) In the Personnel Department by 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date, 2) Submitted online before midnight of the final filing date.
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