Engineer (Water / Wastewater)

Employer
Harford County Government
Location
Abingdon, MD
Posted
Jun 12, 2019
Closes
Jun 18, 2019
Ref
146442063
Function
Engineer, IT, QA Engineer
Industry
Engineering
Hours
Full Time
CIVIL ENGINEER (WATER/WASTEWATER)Department of Public Works - Division of Water & SewerStart between $44,778-$110,000/YR Harford County Government seeks qualified ENGINEERS to fill critical planning and capacity management openings within the Department of Public Works - Division of Water & Sewer. These key positions will lead/participate in important and innovative planning, capacity analysis, design, and construction projects for Harford County's public water and sewer utilities. Harford County's public water and sewer systems serve approximately 130,000 customers, and produce/process about 13 MGD flows of water/wastewater. The Department of Public Works - Division of Water & Sewer is actively recruiting to fill multiple positions within the following four (4) job classifications: CIVIL ENGINEER I - This is entry level engineering work performed partially in both the office and in the field. Work in this class requires the application of engineering principles and skills to support water and sewer planning and design for new development; water and sewer capacity studies and analysis; master planning; utilization of water and sewer system hydraulic models for hydraulic analysis and planning; and project management for related projects and studies. Employees in this class direct the work of para-professionals and receive general supervision from a designated supervisor. CIVIL ENGINEER II - This is engineering work at the experienced level. An employee in this class, with general supervision from a higher level engineer, applies engineering principles to support water and sewer planning and design for new development; water and sewer capacity studies and analysis; master planning; utilization of water and sewer system hydraulic models for hydraulic analysis and planning; and project management for related projects and studies. This position may also support the planning, design and construction of projects, prepare specifications and contracts for proposed projects, and may serve as a supervisor in engineering projects. Employees in this class direct the work of para-professionals and receive general supervision from a designated supervisor. CIVIL ENGINEER III - This is engineering work at an advanced professional level and includes responsibility to support water and sewer planning and design for new development; water and sewer capacity studies and analysis; master planning; developing and using water and sewer system hydraulic models for hydraulic analysis and planning; and project management for related projects and studies. This position may also support the review of complex engineering plans; resolving difficult design or hydraulic analysis and/or interpretations; serve as project engineer for projects and studies. Work is performed under minimal supervision of the designated supervisor and may include managing/supervising the activities or one or more subordinate engineers. CIVIL ENGINEER IV - This position is a management level engineer and performs program management engineering and administration work at an advanced professional level with the responsibility for water and sewer capacity management, planning and design. It includes the responsibility for developing and maintaining water and sewer system hydraulic models; performing hydraulic analysis and planning, and generating reports of results; reviewing complex engineering plans; resolving difficult design analysis and/or interpretations; acting as project engineer for large scale projects and studies. Work is performed under minimal supervision of the designated supervisor and includes managing/supervising the activities or one or more subordinate civil engineers. Through the recruitment process, the County will determine which position will be offered to a candidate, based upon the candidates' skills and abilities as it relates to the minimum qualification requirements for each position listed in the County's online job application portal at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/harford. A summary of these minimum qualification requirements is listed below. MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: CIVIL ENGINEER IEDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Environment Engineering, Civil Engineering or closely related field.EXPERIENCE: None CIVIL ENGINEER IIEDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field.EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years of responsible field or office engineering experience with registration as an Engineer-In-Training OR four (4) years of responsible field or office engineering experience. CIVIL ENGINEER IIIEDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field.EXPERIENCE: Six (6) years' of increasingly responsible professional engineering experience in the area of specialization. Additional education beyond a Bachelor's Degree in a field stated above may be substituted for the required experience on a year-for-year basis up to a maximum of two (2) years.LICENSE: Possession of a Professional Engineer License issued by the State of Maryland. THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSE MAY BE WAIVED IF THE APPLICANT POSSESSES SIX ADDITIONAL YEARS OF INCREASINGLY RESPONSIBLE ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE IN THE AREA OF SPECIALIZATION. Applicant with appropriate experience and licensing from another state will be considered for appointment, but will be required to obtain reciprocal licensing from Maryland within one (1) year of appointment to this class. CIVIL ENGINEER IVEDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field.EXPERIENCE: Eight (8) years' of increasingly responsible professional engineering experience in the area of specialization; to include at minimum:o Four (4) years in working in capacity management of water and wastewater facilities ando Two (2) years of managing personnelAdditional education beyond a Bachelor's Degree in a field stated above may be substituted for the required experience on a year-for-year basis up to a maximum of two (2) years. However, the requirement of two (2) years of managing personnel must be met and cannot be substituted.LICENSE: Possession of a Professional Engineer License issued by the State of Maryland. THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSE MAY BE WAIVED IF THE APPLICANT POSSESSES SIX ADDITIONAL YEARS OF INCREASINGLY RESPONSIBLE ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE IN THE AREA OF SPECIALIZATION. Applicant with appropriate experience and licensing from another state will be considered for appointment, but will be required to obtain reciprocal licensing from Maryland within one (1) year of appointment to this class.

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