Civil/Environmental Engineer - Capital Programs (Environmental Engineer 3)
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission
April 12, 2018
$5,493.00 - $7,209.00 Monthly
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
Washington State Parks is governed by a board of seven volunteer citizens appointed by the Governor. Commission members serve staggered six-year terms, setting public policy and guiding the agency. The Washington state park system includes more than 100 developed parks, recreation programs, trails, boating safety and winter recreation.
Our Mission The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission cares for Washington's most treasured lands, waters and historic places. State parks connect all Washingtonians to their diverse natural and cultural heritage and provide memorable recreational and educational experiences that enhance their lives.
Our Vision Washington's state parks will be cherished destinations with natural, cultural, recreational, artistic and interpretive experiences that all Washingtonians enjoy, appreciate and proudly support.
Washington State Parks employs more than 500 permanent staff and more than 350 seasonal and temporary staff throughout the state. The headquarters office is located in Tumwater, and region offices are located in Burlington, East Wenatchee and Tumwater.
This recruitment will be used to fill five (5)permanent, full-time, Environmental Engineer 3 positions with Northwest, Southwest and Eastern Region Capital Programs. These positions are located in Tumwater (SW), Burlington (NW) and East Wenatchee (Eastern), Washington.
This posting will remain open until filled. It is in the candidate's best interest to apply before April 22, 2018, when a first review of applicants will be completed. The hiring authority reserves the right to fill this position at any time after that date without notice.
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If you have questions regarding this recruitment, please contact the manager listed in the "Supplemental Information" section of this publication.
This person represents the agency as a registered Professional Engineer and provides/approves final engineering designs and decisions. This position requires the ability to exercise sound independent professional judgment in making decisions concerning all facets of engineering design, permitting, and construction.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Responsible for the preparation of engineering reports/studies, constructions drawings, technical specifications and constructions, cost estimates for a wide variety of capital development projects.
Acts as Constructions Project Manager, including, but not limited to:
Performing construction site inspections
Negotiating change orders
Preparing contract payments
Preparing contract closeout documentation
Handling contract dispute claims
Provide professional supervision/direction to sub-professional technical staff.
Provide various levels of engineering design and plan reviews to ensure compliance with Agency design and drafting standards, acceptable level of quality in the finished product and legal code compliance.
Perform Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC), to ensure accuracy of survey and layout data.
Negotiate with public entities, regulatory agencies, utilities, and other public and private project stakeholders concerning easements, services, regulatory permitting, and other agreements/requirements.
Bachelor's degree with a major study in civil or environmental engineering or a related field.
Three (3) years of experience in environmental or civil engineering.
Registered as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Washington.
A valid driver's unrestricted driver's license (other than corrective lenses).
Previous Supervisory Experience
Additional Salary Information: There are a total of 5 positions.
They are located in Tumwater, WA; Burlington, WA; and East Wenatchee, WA.
Internal Number: 03425
About Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission cares for Washington's most treasured lands, waters, and historic places. State parks connect all Washingtonians to their diverse natural and cultural heritage and provide memorable recreational and educational experiences that enhance their lives.
Washington's state parks will be cherished destinations with natural, cultural, recreational, artistic, and interpretive experiences that all Washingtonians enjoy, appreciate, and proudly support.
Washington's state park system is one of the largest, most diverse--and most beautiful--in the country. With more than 120,000 acres, the system includes 125 developed parks, including 19 marine parks, 11 historical parks, 35 heritage sites, 13 interpretive centers and approximately 500 miles of long-distance recreation trails.