The City of Tualatin is actively recruiting for a Project Engineer. The successful candidate will be able to leave his or her fingerprints on the City by performing work related to capital improvement projects. The incumbent will regularly prepare staff reports and decisions and give oral presentations to the City Council. Assignments are general in nature, requiring the application of technical skill and knowledge.In addition to representing the City at various regional infrastructure technical committee meetings, the Project Engineer will also prepare recommendations and make presentations to the City Council relating to specific capital projects and engineering programs. Candidates for this position will be polished and professional with excellent communication and project management skills. If you enjoy working as part of a dynamic team to effect a lasting positive impact on our city, and want to work in a forward-paced, enthusiastic, team-oriented municipality with a highly-engaged citizenry, then please review the qualifications, essential duties and responsibilities as listed below to see if you are the ideal candidate for our Project Engineer position.Tualatin's population is well-educated, diverse, and involved in community and school activities. There are excellent educational opportunities available to residents through the Tigard-Tualatin School District and numerous colleges and universities within easy commuting distance. In the most recent resident satisfaction survey, 84% of residents rated the overall quality of life in Tualatin as "excellent" or "good", and most reported they would recommend the community to others and plan to stay for the next five years. Residents take great pride in and appreciate the amenities such as award-winning parks, unique shopping and dining establishments and a low tax rate. The city features a balance of high-quality residential areas, along with multiple commercial and industrial zones. Tualatin is a mid-sized city with a big city attitude and spirit. Tualatin is one of Oregon's most livable cities; a 25-year Tree City USA, it has an extraordinary landscape, painted with charm, opportunity, and accessibility. The center of downtown is anchored by a public/private plaza project, Tualatin Commons, which consists of mixed-use buildings surrounding a three-acre public lake.