The City of Bothell is now recruiting for Associate Engineers! We have two (2) openings in our Capital division! In these positions, you will perform, review and manage civil engineering projects of minor complexity, all while you gain industry knowledge and abilities to help you grow. Our ideal candidate will have strong communication skills - both verbal and written to communicate effectively to the public as well as internal and external stakeholders. A valid drivers license is required. To read full job description, click here.Why Bothell?Here at the City, we value work-life balance. With average work weeks of 40 hours, you will be able to work on the projects you love all while enjoying life away from work. We offer ample time off including 10 holidays off as well as 2 personal holidays. We also offer a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental AND vision, life and disability insurance, state pension membership, deferred compensation for retirement, and tax-favored accounts! Click here to view a summary of our benefits offered.At the City of Bothell, you will work on meaningful projects that will effect change in people's lives. The Public Works Capital Division is a full-service engineering unit. The division designs, permits, acquires right-of-way and constructs public works projects for the City of Bothell. Capital Division team members work on a variety of transportation projects including road improvements, bridges, sidewalks, and bicycle facilities. They also work on stormwater, water, and sewer system projects such as pipe distribution upgrades, storage tanks, lift stations, pump stations, and fish passage culverts. The Capital Division has also restored streams and wetlands, built trails, and cleaned-up contaminated soil and groundwater.
Capital Division team members at the City typically serve as project managers from conception through construction on projects and, therefore, manage consultants as well as contractors. They have the ability to perform engineering analysis and design including the review of engineering work by others. Further, they work in the field during design and construction to ensure the highest quality product.
Capital Division team members coordinate projects with multiple constituents and stakeholders. So, in addition to engineering skills, they use their communication skills to effectively facilitate optimal project outcomes and their business skills to ensure that projects move forward in a timely, cost-efficient manner.