Work is primarily in an office setting serves as project manager for capital improvement projects, coordinates capital improvement projects with design engineers, contractors, utility companies, partner and other agencies and the public; reviews reports, plans, specifications for a variety of capital improvement projects, ensuring compliance with standards and District requirements. Coordinates progress meetings and reviews work products; assists in procuring professional services; assists in the negotiation of contracts and task orders; reviews and approves change orders in consultation with District management. Analyzes engineering plan design, specifications, and consultant and staff comments in accordance with design requirements and District and intergovernmental standards and regulations; recommends approval or additional engineering conditions and changes. Meets and confers with contractors, engineers, developers, architects, a variety of outside agencies, and the general public in acquiring information and coordinating engineering matters; provides information regarding District development requirements and other duties and responsibilities as directed.
Possession of Current California Class C Driver’s License and valid certificate or registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California, ability to read and write United States English, familiar with Microsoft Office Suite Word and Excel software, ability to work on your own without constant supervision, physically capable of lifting and moving 25-pound objects. Equivalent to bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in civil engineering or a related field and five (5) years of professional and technical engineering design, plan review and project management experience preferable in a public agency setting.
Additional Salary Information: The District has excellent benefits: Sick, Vacation, PERS Retirement and 12 Holidays. The District provides paid health, vision and dental benefits with minimum contributions from employees.
This position is open until filled. Please send your resume and cover letter to Athena L. Monge, Athena@sbvwcd.org by July 15, 2019. Please visit our web site for the complete position description at https://www.sbvwcd.org/our-district/career-opportunities/job-openings.html or contact us for details.
About San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District
SBVWCD is a small Special District government agency, and each employee is critical to achieving our mission and providing excellent service.