The City of San Mateo is a very progressive City that encourages staff and resident engagement to develop positive solutions that meet the demands of the community and regulatory landscape. To this end, the Assistant/Associate Engineers will help support efforts to accomplish short and long-term project deliveries, while sustaining the City’s missions, visions and goals. The Public Works Department is committed to high performance levels and standards, utilizing best practices relative to performance management and team-oriented approaches. The Department supports staff development through a variety of internal and external training opportunities. Each Assistant/Associate Engineer will be given the opportunity to participate in team building efforts to accomplish the collective services, goals, projects, initiatives, and work plans of the Department and City.
The Traffic Engineering Section’s Assistant/Associate Engineer’s key assignments include PS&E development and review, traffic engineering policy implementation, traffic impact analysis review and conducting engineering studies. PS&E development includes roadway modifications, traffic signal and communications improvements, bike, ped, and complete streets elements, and traffic control plans. The Assistant/Associate is expected to work independently to coordinate with consultants, contractors, and other agencies on behalf of the City, as well as communicate with project stakeholders including property owners, other City staff, and public officials.
Under the direction of a Senior Engineer, the Assistant/Associate Engineer will perform the duties relative to their position. Demands of this position will continue to evolve and change to respond to community needs. Adaptability and flexibility are important for success in this position. For a complete list of duties, reference our job specifications at www.cityofsanmateo.org
Assistant Engineer - $8,169 - $9,739 mon - Associate Engineer: $8,984 - $10,719 mon
What You Bring:
Any Combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities are qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Associate Engineer - In addition to the qualifications for an Assistant Engineer:
Who You Are: