Assistant/Associate Civil Engineer for the City of Marina
Location: Marina , California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $82,575 - $108,846 Annually
Years of Experience:
2 - 4
4 Year Degree
2 openings available.
Are you a professional with working knowledge of civil engineering, including planning, designing, and implementing public works improvement projects? Do you value working in an organization that promotes growth and innovation? Are you ready to be part of a high functioning team? If so, the City of Marina (City) welcomes your application.
Regional Government Services (RGS) and its staff are conducting the recruitment on behalf of the City of Marina.
Assistant Civil Engineer - This is the entry-level position in the professional engineering series. This class is distinguished from other roles in the series by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties.
Associate Civil Engineer - This is the journey-level class in the professional series and is distinguished from the Assistant level by the assignment of the full range of duties. Employees at this level receive occasional instruction or assistance. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed.
Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree, with coursework in civil engineering or a related field. AND Experience: One (1) year of responsible engineering design, plan review, and project administration for the Assistant Engineer. Three (3) years of professional engineering design, plan review, and project administration experience for the Associate Engineer.
License & Certifications: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid California driver's license. For the Assistant Engineer, possession an Engineer-In-Training (EIT) Certificate or obtain certification issued by the State of California within one year or before end of probation period, whichever occurs first. For the Associate Engineer, possession of a Registered Professional Civil Engineer license in the State of California.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 9, 2023 at 11:59 PM PST.
Applications must be submitted online through this applicant tracking system. All materials must be complete and clearly indicate the candidate meets the minimum qualifications. All statements made on the application, resume, and supplemental materials are subject to verification. False statements may be cause for immediate disqualification, removal from eligibility list or discharge from employment.
Each candidate’s background will be evaluated on the basis of information submitted at the time of application, and qualified candidates will participate in preliminary selection processes. The most-qualified candidates from the selection process will be submitted for consideration for final selection to the City.
The City will tentatively hold hiring interviews the week of November 6, 2023.
Neither Regional Government Services nor the City of Marina are responsible for failure of internet forms or email transmission in submitting your application.
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The City of Marina is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Regional Government Services Authority (RGS) is a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) founded in 2001 and began serving the needs of cities, counties, special districts, joint powers authorities, and other governmental entities in 2002. RGS works exclusively for the benefit of public agencies, providing a ready source of support and consulting services to meet the needs of its partner agencies in a broad range of disciplines and to help local governments meet three challenges:
Increasing demands (and costs) for services, and
Loss of experienced staff.
Local government leaders knew that these challenges were likely to continue, so agencies would have to work together – uniting not only their voices but their resources to advocate and become more efficient. The idea behind the creation of RGS was to form an agency that would help local governments share expertise and improve efficiencies. This was an emerging need. It did not require that each agency hire full-time staff. With the creation of this JPA, agencies could, in effect, share expertise through a third-party.