Working under the direction of the Assistant Manager for Technical Services, the District Engineer supervises the engineer team in an array of projects. Provides general engineering and planning support for operation and maintenance activities for irrigation and drainage facilities, District properties, buildings and pump equipment. Duties include but not limited to design and construction management, engineering and construction surveys, and processes survey data, assists the secretary manager with budget information. Engineers at the District are encouraged to think creatively and independently to solve a wide range of technical problems.
The District engineer must possess a bachelor degree in an applicable engineering discipline. Must have an engineer-in-training (EIT) certificate. A professional engineering (PE) license is desirable. 5 years of engineering and project management experience preferred. Most of the District’s engineering needs may be met by engineers from the following disciplines: civil, mechanical, or agricultural. Individuals licensed as professional engineers are highly encouraged to apply. Salary range is $100,000-125,000 + benefits
Summary: Will have the opportunity to work on a vast range of projects. Working under the direction of the District Engineer and the Assistant Manager for Technical Services, engineers provide support for operations and maintenance activities for irrigation and drainage facilities, pump plants, District properties, buildings and equipment.