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Utilities Engineer I/ Utilities Engineer II- Hiring for a Utilities Engineer I or Utilities Engineer II. Please see both job descriptions for details.
Seeking candidates with experience or good working knowledge in one of the following areas: water treatment, water distribution, or wastewater treatment, with willingness to grow in all three fields.
Salary: Engineer I: Non-bargaining, Grade 12 ($57,262.40 - $78,644.80); Engineer II: Non-bargaining, Grade 14 ($66,248.00 - $91,000.00) (Salary Pay Grade Information)
Shift/Hours: Monday through Friday: 7:30a.m.-4:30p.m.
About Cedar Rapids: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a vibrant urban hometown in the heart of east central Iowa. As the second largest city in the state and anchor of Iowa’s Creative Corridor, we are home of one of the leading manufacturing regions in the United States and two dozen Fortune 500 companies.
Engineer I: Performs entry to intermediate-level project management responsibilities for less complex projects, under the review of a higher-level engineer. Reviews, plans, and designs increasingly more complex Utilities Department projects. Performs related work as required.
Some leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The Utilities Engineer I classification is distinguished from Utilities Engineer II by less complexity and diversity of assignments.
Engineer II: Performs intermediate-level project management responsibilities for more complex projects, under the review of a higher-level engineer. Reviews, plans, and designs increasingly more complex Utilities Department projects. Performs related work as required.
Considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The Utilities Engineer II classification is distinguished from Utilities Engineer I by an increase in complexity and diversity of assignments and ability to certify plans as a licensed Engineer.
For examples of essential work please visit our job description located here: Job Description.
Benefits: Click here for information on the Non-Bargaining- Choice Plan.
Required Knowledge & Abilities:
Closing Date: 4:00 p.m., November 17, 2017
How to Apply: Submit an application on our website by clicking here.
Pre-employment drug screen required
Assistance provided to disabled individuals upon request
Equal Opportunity Employer
Acceptable Experience & Training / Required Special Qualifications: