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The City of Fremont's Engineering Division works within the Public Works Department to perform a wide range of public works duties, including: providing engineering design services, working with both the private and public development, community, providing transportation and traffic solutions, supporting real property interests and City facility improvements along with providing management of Capital Improvement Plan-funded infrastructure improvements including streets, public buildings and parks; and processing of development applications.
The City is currently recruiting for an Assistant Engineer or an Associate Engineer. The Level at which an individual is hired is dependent on their qualifications and relevant work experience. Under general supervision, the incumbent will perform professional engineering work in the design, evaluation and construction of streets, traffic controls, landscaping, parks, storm drains, sewer, water and other public works projects. This individual will also serve as a project manager on medium or less complex Capital Improvement Projects (CIP).
The City of Campbell, centrally located in the Santa Clara Valley is bordered by San Jose, Los Gatos, and Saratoga, was founded in 1846 by Benjamin Campbell. It was incorporated as a General Law City in 1952 and has a Council/Manager form of government. City departments, in addition to the City Manager’s Office, include Police, Public Works, Community Development, Finance, and Recreation and Community Services.
Campbell is a suburban community with a population of 41,161 and a balance of land uses – commercial, industrial, and quality housing – within its six square miles.
The City of Brisbane is currently recruiting for a Public Works Maintenance Worker I. Under the general supervision of the Public Works Team Leader, this position performs a variety of semi-skilled work in the maintenance, construction, modification, repair, and operation of City infrastructure, including water systems, storm and sanitary sewers, parks, streets, trees and landscaped areas; and performs other related duties as required. Please see the full job classification for details.
DEPUTY OPERATING OFFICER-WATERSHEDS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
$168,708-$240,448; placement within this range will be dependent upon qualifications
FINAL FILING DATE: We are accepting the first 100 qualified applications or closing at 5 pm, March 6, 2018; whichever occurs first. PERS retired annuitants are not eligible to apply.
IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE. YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION.
Duties will include: performing skilled inspections of varied public works, development and related projects; reading and interpreting construction drawings, plans, specifications and public works construction contracts; overseeing a variety of tests performed by contractors to verify compliance with City Standard Specifications and Details; scheduling and conducting preconstruction meetings that include contractors, project engineers, utility company representatives.
PWII: $15.92 to $20.33 per hour.
PWI: $15.20 to $19.40 per hour.
Contracted Pay Rate Increase effective July 9, 2018:
PWII: $16.40 to $20.93 per hour.
PWI: $15.66 to $19.98 per hour.
This is a regular, full time position with full benefits.
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