Responsible for providing project and day-to-day staff leadership or supervision for civil engineering design and/or construction projects and programs; performs professional level engineering planning, design and/or construction oversight for a variety of construction, remodeling and major repair projects of County or local agency buildings, flood control, transit, wastewater and other public facilities.
This position emphasizes municipal water facilities (water lines, pumping stations, storage tanks, wells and treatment plants) and wastewater facilities (collection systems, lift stations, sequencing batch reactor treatment plants).
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, or a closely related field; AND four (4) years of professional level civil engineering experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATIONS:
Valid Driver's License.
State of Nevada License as a Professional Engineer.
Apply no later than Friday, November 23 by 4:00 p.m. For job description and to apply online visit www.douglascountynv.gov (775) 782-9860. EOE ADA
Additional Salary Information: Hiring manager has authority to offer up to 10% above minimum.
About Douglas County
Douglas County Nevada is the fifth most populated county in Nevada with approximately 48,000 residents and seasonal populations that can exceed 65,000 due to its proximity to Reno, Carson City (state capital) and northern California. Douglas County is governed by a five-member elected Board of Commissioners. The County is comprised of ten functional areas – General Government, Judicial, Public Safety, Public Works, Sanitation, Health, Welfare, Cultural and Recreation, Community Support, and Utilities.
Douglas County covers an approximate area of 751 square miles and has elevations ranging from a low of 4,625 feet on the valley floor to a high of 9,500 feet at East Peak. The beauty of Douglas County is immediately apparent and is a daily inspiration to those fortunate enough to live and work there. From world-renowned Lake Tahoe to the breathtaking Carson Valley, the natural beauty of Douglas County and its comfortable climate make it an annual destination for thousands. With its beginnings in 1861, Douglas County is one of the oldest counties in Nevada and contains its oldest community. Beyond the natural wonder within its borders, the urban areas of Reno and Sacramento are within close proximity and offer many metropolitan amenities.