Regular Full Time Position: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Salary Range: $5,448 to $7,298 per month
Competitive Benefits Package
Closing Date: Open until filled
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY (SAOR):
Responsible for review, oversight and thorough documentation of new and rehabilitated water and sewer system facilities constructed as Capital Improvements, developer extensions or private service extensions. Ensures compliance with District standards, specifications, permitting, contracts, applicable codes, policies, BMP’s and regulations. Appropriately and effectively communicates with project engineers, customers, contractors, regulatory agencies, coworkers, and the general public. Actively participates in preconstruction and design meetings. Reads and accurately interprets design plans and mapping records. Possesses knowledge of, and adherence to, codes, policies, procedures, BMP’s, resolutions, ordinances, and regulations related to drinking water distribution and sanitary sewage collection systems. Competently performs field testing and accurately interprets results. Accurately updates and maintains construction logs and records. Anticipates and appropriately resolves complex and sensitive issues within an assigned area of responsibility as determined by the Engineering Supervisor or the Engineering Director.
Understanding of the District’s operations as a water and sewer utility.
Knowledgeable about water distribution and wastewater collection system construction practices.
Proficient in reading and interpreting civil engineering drawings.
Proficient in creating detailed and orderly construction record drawings and reports.
Proficient in understanding general survey information.
Working knowledge of mathematics and organization skills as related to project work.
Reasonable understanding of land-use regulations and the development process.
Understanding of legal concepts about land rights such as easements.
Reasonable understanding of legal descriptions and public record recordings.
Ability to work independently and efficiently.
Ability to openly receive instruction and feedback from others.
Communication (oral and interpersonal) skills as applied to interaction with project engineers, co-workers, customers, contractors, outside agencies, Supervisors, and the general public.. An incumbent in this position must be able to deal tactfully, courteously, and effectively with a variety of people in person, on the phone and via e-mail.
Flexibility in accepting assignments.
A two-year college degree in Civil Engineering Technology, or a similar approved degree, with major course work in math, surveying and/or engineering.
Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite, other commercial software, voicemail system, etc.
Eight years of underground utility construction or inspection experience.
Valid Washington State Driver’s License
Possess or the ability to obtain the following within the first twelve months of employment:
Industrial First Aid Card
Asbestos Cement Pipe Certificate
Wastewater Collections Specialist I OIT Certificate (Operator-In-Training)
Water Distribution Manager I OIT Certificate (Operator-In-Training)
The ability to obtain the following within the first two years of employment:
Cross Connection Control Specialist Certificate
Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead Certificate (CESCL)
Reliable and regular attendance, and the ability to work harmoniously with other employees.
Most work is performed outdoors (construction sites) with some indoors office environment. May need to climb water towers or enter underground vaults. Driving will be required. Nights and odd hours in response to emergencies may be required. This position typically requires: walking/climbing at construction sites, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions. Exerting up to 30 pounds of force occasionally to move objects.
Please email cover letter, resume, and application to: HRA@nud.net
Application can be found on our website: www.nud.net/careers
Location/Region: 6830 NE 185th St.