The Water Services Department (WSD) is seeking five Civil Engineers III (CE III) with experience as project engineer/project manager for the design and construction of new water and wastewater infrastructure and/or rehabilitation of existing infrastructure, and asset management for these types of facilities.
Position 1: Primarily responsible for managing CIP replacement and rehabilitation projects at four water treatment plants and will require active participation in managing the construction of projects. Duties include development of project scope and cost estimates, procurement and administration of construction contracts, technical review of design plans and specifications, coordination of design and construction activities with customers, Water Distribution, Water Production, and other City Departments, and integration of final construction documents into the Work and Asset Management systems.
Positions 2 & 3: Primarily responsible for overseeing the Water Main Replacement Program, replacing the aging infrastructure of over 6300+ miles of distribution mains. Duties include evaluating a risk model to develop project scope and cost estimates, procurement and administration of study, design, and construction contracts, technical review of design plans and specifications, private plumbing relocations, coordination of design and construction activities with customers, the Water Distribution staff and other City Departments, and integration of final construction documents into the Work and Asset Management systems. This position may also include the supervision of up to six staff, including both engineering and field staff.
Position 4: Primarily responsible for ensuring the structural, operational, and capacity needs of the wastewater collection system which consists of over 4800+ miles of sewer. Duties include development of project scope and cost estimates, procurement and administration of study, design, and construction contracts, technical review of design plans and specifications, coordination of design and construction activities with customers, the Wastewater Collection Field Operation’s Division and other City Departments, and integration of final construction documents into the Work and Asset Management systems.
Position 5: Primarily responsible for managing and performing asset management functions, and computer maintenance management system (CMMS) functions, for water/wastewater utilities including water and wastewater piping systems, remote facilities such as booster stations and lift stations, and water and wastewater treatment facilities. This position will mainly provide asset management support to the operating divisions in WSD, and duties will include staff supervision, preparing monthly operation asset management reports, working closely with operating divisions to configure CMMS for scheduling routine maintenance and capturing completed work, coordinating with project managers to incorporate new assets from newly constructed or modified facilities and associated maintenance needs into the asset management data base and CMMS.
The Aviation Department has a vacancy for a Civil Engineer III*Team Leader position.
Four years of experience in water/wastewater engineering and/or operations.
A bachelor's degree in civil or mechanical engineering or a related engineering degree.
Must be registered in the State of Arizona as a Professional Engineer by the end of the 12-month probationary period, current Arizona Professional Engineer registration preferred.
Only the highest qualified will be placed on the eligible list.
All finalists for positions are subject to a criminal background check applicable to the department or position.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS – The minimum qualifications listed above, plus:
Project management and water/wastewater infrastructure design (wastewater collection, wastewater treatment, water production, water distribution operations) experience.
One year of project management experience in complex capital improvement projects
Construction management or inspection experience for water/wastewater facilities.
Experience managing multiple professional services and construction contracts
Experience managing Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) and Job Order Contracts (JOC)
Process design experience in water treatment (Water Engineering opening)
Underground utility design experience in wastewater (Wastewater Engineering opening) Underground utility design experience in water distribution (Water Engineering opening)
Master’s degree in Civil/Environmental/Chemical Engineering
Familiarity with principles of Asset Management or other Computerized Maintenance and Management Systems
Experience developing budget-level estimates for large capital projects
An understanding of the City of Phoenix water and wastewater systems and standards
Internal Number: 20230
About City of Phoenix
Phoenix is Arizona’s capital and the sixth largest city in the United States with more than 1.4 million residents within 519 square miles, geographically exceeding Los Angeles. Long recognized internationally as one of the fastest-growing and most desirable places to live, the population of Phoenix has doubled in the last thirty years. The Phoenix metropolitan area, known as the Valley of the Sun, is a very diverse community that is home to 25 incorporated cities and towns with a total population in excess of 4.2 million.