The CommunityThe City of Pico Rivera is a thriving community that offers opportunities to all who live and work in the City. The City boasts a population in excess of 63,000. Within the City's nine square miles, more than 120 developed acres are devoted to recreational facilities for the enjoyment of the community, including 100 acres of local parks. The DepartmentThe City of Pico Rivera strives to support and enhance a high quality of life for the residents, businesses and visitors by providing well planned, environmentally sensitive, cost effective infrastructure and services to promote public health, personal safety and transportation. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for residents through responsive, efficient, and effective delivery of services to every neighborhood and by reflecting a can-do attitude with our customers and stakeholders.The Public Works Department is responsible for the engineering, permitting, maintenance and operation of the City's infrastructure, including: streets, sidewalks, roadway medians, alleys, public parking lots, traffic signals, etc. The Department also manages maintenance and public service programs such as graffiti abatement, tree trimming, street sweeping, trash and recycling services, parks and street maintenance, and utilities and facilities maintenance. In addition, the Department Manages a comprehensive 5 year capital improvement program that provides roadway rehabilitation, signal coordination, trail construction, etc.The PositionThe City Engineer (Deputy Director) is responsible for planning, directing, supervising and reviewing the activities of the Public Works Engineering Division, which includes Building and Safety, and to provide professional and technical staff assistance that directly supports the Public Works Director. The City Engineer (Deputy Director) will manage division operations and projects and supervise professional and technical engineering and building and safety staff and serve as an important advisor to the Director.
This position will be required to work non-traditional hours including nights, early mornings, weekends, and holidays based on special events, council meetings, and commission meetings.
This recruitment will be utilized to establish an eligibility list that may be used to fill other current or future vacancies in this classification throughout the City.