Join our vibrant Water Resources Engineering team tackling Water Supply, Wastewater Collection/Treatment and Separate Stormwater and Combined Sewer challenges in Burlington, Vermont - on the shores of the beautiful Lake Champlain.
Our ideal candidate will have both design and project management experience, have worked in or with the public sector and be well versed in at least 2 of the 3 "waters." Strong stormwater design experience is strongly preferred given the make up of our current team, but all well rounded water resources candidates should apply!
Bachelor's degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering with minimum four (4) years of experience with operations, design and construction administration/oversight in at least 2 of the following Water Resource fields (Water supply, Wastewater Treatment/Collection, Stormwater Collection/Management). Additional experience may be substituted for a degree requirement on a two-for-one year basis.
EIT required, with ability to obtain a Vermont PE within 3 years. PE preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on experience and approved step placement if applicable.
Internal Number: 1247-19-002
About City of Burlington Water Resources Division
The Burlington Water Resources Division of the Department of Public Works provides clean water utility services including wastewater collection and treatment, drinking water treatment and distribution and stormwater management to the residents and businesses of Burlington, Vermont. Burlington is one of America's most livable small cities (pop: 42,000) On the shores of Lake Champlain and less than an hour from the Green Mountains, Burlington has a vibrant downtown, three colleges, great schools and is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live, work and play* * America's 10 Great Places to Live (Kiplinger's Personal Finance, 2013), Top 10 for Volunteering in America (Corporation for National and Community Service, 2011), Top 10 Downtowns, (Livability.com Magazine, 2011), Top Ten Small City, State of Well-Being (Gallup-Healthways Poll, 2010)