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Internal Reference # 21-117
The East Bay Municipal Utility District’s (EBMUD’s) Geotechnical Engineering Section (GES), part of the Engineering & Construction Department’s Engineering Services Division, is currently seeking an Associate Civil Engineer who is a motivated and energetic team player with experience in geotechnical engineering, project management, evaluations of dams and structures, as well as surveillance monitoring of dams, field investigations and evaluation of municipal water and wastewater structures and facilities.
This individual will lead multi-disciplinary engineering teams as a project manager on complex engineering projects. GES supports the Engineering & Construction Department’s Dam Safety Capital Improvement Program, where projects include retrofits to dams, outlet towers, and spillways. Additional geotechnical work includes the evaluation of existing and proposed tunnels, trenchless installations, and deep foundations. The incumbent will also perform complex engineering analyses and calculations as needed.
The most competitive candidates will possess significant knowledge and experience in project planning and management, as well as a thorough knowledge of geotechnical engineering principles and practices. Other requirements include performing detailed design work (i.e. scope development, engineering calculations, technical memorandums, etc.), preparing project feasibility studies and life cycle cost analyses, identifying and mitigating project risks, developing and administering consultant contracts, preparing and comprehending construction contract documents (plans and specifications), reviewing submittals and RFIs, preparing cost estimates and project schedules, and applying other related civil engineering principles and practices.
This individual should have experience as the project lead on multi-disciplinary engineering projects directing the work of other engineers, as well as preparing and delivering technical presentations. In addition, candidates should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, have good interpersonal skills (working with other engineers, operations and maintenance staff, federal and state dam safety regulators and other agencies, contractors, consultants, etc.), and be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
The salary range is $10,455 per month increasing to $10,978, $11,527, $12,103 and $12,708) after 6, 18, 30, and 42 months, respectively.
EBMUD offers an excellent benefits program that includes: paid vacation, holidays and sick leave; family health insurance coverage; family dental and vision care plans; retirement plan (reciprocal with CalPERS); 401(k), 401(a) and 457(b) tax-deferred retirement plans; transit subsidy; tuition reimbursement; and opportunities for professional growth including training and career development.
1. A bachelor’s degree in an ABET-accredited civil or geotechnical engineering curriculum OR a California EIT Certificate;
2. Four years of professional civil and/or geotechnical engineering experience (subsequent to obtaining the degree), including at least two years of experience at the level of EBMUD’s Assistant Engineer classification; AND
3. California registration as a Professional Civil Engineer.
California specialty registration as a Geotechnical Engineer is highly desirable.