The City of Bothell, WA, is seeking a Surface Water Engineer who is passionate about making a positive difference in our community and who:• has experience and skills to enrich our dynamic, progressive environment• embraces diversity, equity and inclusion and can build relationships with communities• wants to know their work makes a difference and is appreciated• thrives in a collaborative, fast-paced, sometimes intense environment and still maintains a sense of humorIf this describes you, then let’s talk about your future with Bothell!This position completes storm and surface water utility projects, stormwater fee impervious surface billing calculations, and assists with NPDES permit compliance in accordance with state and federal regulations. Duties include, project management; developing and maintaining scope, schedule and budget; anticipating issues and challenges; engaging diverse interests, including historically underrepresented communities; reporting to state and federal agencies; seeking and obtaining grant funding; obtaining council approval when necessary; and full contract management.The Surface Water Team is comprised of one engineer, three program coordinators, two inspectors, and an intern all supervised and managed by the Supervising Surface Water Engineer. Our team manages several aspects of the surface water utility including state and federal permit compliance. We enjoy working with the community and take pride in our customer service and collaborative approach to storm and surface water management.Bothell values work-life balance. You will enjoy the Pacific NW lifestyle with ample time off and a robust benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, state pension membership, deferred compensation, and tax-favored accounts! We encourage professional growth through involvement in associations and training.To see the full job description go here.The City of Bothell is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive workforce and community.
COVID-19During the COVID-19 emergency some employees are telecommuting 4-5 days per week at least until January 1, 2021. The successful candidate will be provided with tools necessary to be able to temporarily work from home. It is expected that while in training this individual will need to be at our City Hall location with other staff periodically. The City has adopted a COVID-19 Exposure Control Plan that requires employee self screening, masks, social distancing, and certain sanitation procedures, that all employees are required to follow while in a City office building or work location. After COVID-19 it is expected that PW staff will return to work at City Hall.Recruitment ProcessWe will accept applications until the position has been filled. The deadline to be included in the first review of applicants is 5:00 PM on Tuesday, December 8. Contact Ann Bouizgard, HR Business Partner, if you have questions concerning this position or the recruitment process. Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit BOTH a cover letter and resume as part of the online application process.