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The Glendora Engineering Division has an exciting opportunity to add an enthusiastic team player to their team as the new Registered Associate Civil Engineer. The ideal candidate will be able to communicate clearly and concisely, perform engineering calculations, explain and apply policies and procedures and effectively dive into research and prepare Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) from design through construction. This position will interact with and support other departments and will need the ability to work independently as well as contribute to team efforts.Under limited supervision, the Registered Associate Civil Engineer performs a variety of field and office professional civil engineering work; plans, designs, and reviews the construction of public works, water, traffic, and subdivision projects; performs technical studies; performs related duties as required. The selected individual of this position will perform journey level assignments and are responsible for engineering analysis and recommendations. Incumbents may assist lower level staff performing inspections of public works facilities or sub-professional engineering work.If you want a great opportunity to work in a small agency, on a wide variety of projects, and work with a strong team we invite your application!Registration as a civil engineer at time of hire is highly desirable, but is REQUIRED within 12 months of appointment.
Minimum qualifications & Requirements
Education and/or Experience: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be a Bachelor’s degree with major work in civil engineering, and three years of progressively responsible professional experience in civil engineering. Knowledge and Skill Levels:Extensive knowledge of engineering principles and practices as applied to public works, including planning and development, design, and construction; methods and techniques utilized in the preparation of public works project designs and related plans, specifications, and cost estimates; related federal and state laws, ordinances, and regulations. Thorough knowledge of techniques for reviewing designs, plans, specifications, estimates, report and recommendations related to public works projects; related laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. Working knowledge of the methods and techniques of supervision. Special Requirements:Possession of or ability to obtain a Class C California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.Registration as a civil engineer at time of hire is highly desirable, but is REQUIRED within 12 months of appointment.