The Manhattan Beach Public Works Department is looking for a highly qualified professional Senior Civil Engineer who will plan, coordinate, and participate in the City’s Utility Underground Assessment District (UUAD) Program. The candidate will be responsible for coordinating the petition and district formation process, preparing and administering the Proposition 218 Ballot process, responding to and fielding UUAD constituent questions, hosting meetings, overseeing the construction, facilitating the overhead to underground conversion process for each parcel, keeping utility agencies updated and closing-out project activities. This position is project-based with a limited term of approximately 7 years.
The Public Works Department currently operates on a 4-day/10-hour work week schedule with every Friday off.
Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college or university with a major in Civil Engineering or a closely related field is required.
Training: Three (3) years of responsible professional experience in Civil Engineering or a related field is required. Public Sector experience is highly desirable.
License & Certificate: Must have a valid Certificate of Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer. If the P.E. Certification is from another state, the applicant must obtain a P.E. Certification from the State of California within three (3) years of employment. Ability to attain a valid Class "C" California driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record.
HOW TO APPLY:
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit a completed City Employment Application AND Supplemental Questionnaire to Human Resources Department. This position will remain open until filled. Facsimiles, electronic mail, photocopies, and final filing date postmarks will not be accepted. Applications are accepted by mail, online submission, or in-person at Human Resources Department, City Hall, 1400 Highland Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266. To receive an application packet, you may call the Human Resources Department or visit the website www.citymb.info. If you need special assistance with the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources at (310) 802-5258.
Internal Number: 19-003
About City of Manhattan Beach
Manhattan Beach, the city of “Sun, Sand, and Sea” is a vibrant, engaged community, located in the South Bay area of Los Angeles County. The City of Manhattan Beach population (35,726) offers residents a pleasant, peaceful living environment as well as easy access to the many recreational activities available in Southern California. Manhattan Beach is truly a wonderful and cosmopolitan place to live, but maintains the warmth of a small quaint town atmosphere, far removed from the stress of typical urban life.
Within its 3.89 square miles encompass an impressive array of housing, recreation, public service, and transportation opportunities. In addition to its popular coastline, the community is home to large numbers of Tourist and family-oriented events, such as Manhattan Beach Open volleyball, the International Surf Festival, Hometown Fair, Concerts in the Park, Pumpkins Races, and Holiday Fireworks to name a few. The City also has an award winning school district that has attained national recognition. The Manhattan Beach Unified School District has five elementary schools, one middle school and one high school that serve the community.