Renewable Water Resources, a special purpose district created for the protection of public health and water resources, is seeking a successful candidate for the following position.
Development Project Engineer
The successful candidate for this position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or closely related field; requires a NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification or the ability to obtain within six months of appointment; must possess a valid South Carolina state driver’s license and a minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in civil/environmental engineering, project management, and construction projects. The selected candidate will represent ReWa as the primary contact with respect to sewer service and development issues and questions; manage processes and procedures for review and permitting of sewer main extensions and commercial and industrial service connections; review, approve, and track permitted flows for all development, special purpose districts, municipalities, and ReWa constructed facilities; perform capacity assurance calculations or utilize modeling software to determine capacity availability; maintain DHEC Checkbook, restricted basin checkbooks, HazenCAP software, Cityworks PLL, and other capacity assurance databases; support engineering staff in periodic assessments/studies with respect to capacity and growth; review and approve all development projects; manage and track status on permitting and special issues or investigations for development projects; coordinate and set up development meetings with appropriate ReWa personnel; track phasing of large developments with respect to flow restrictions; provide data input to and utilize Cityworks PLL, and other databases to track development process and activity; coordinate with customer service, municipalities, special purpose districts and developers as appropriate; develop and maintain an understanding of local special purpose districts, municipalities and counties processes and procedures related to development such as permitting requirements, planning and zoning, and land development regulations; develop and maintain relationships with development organizations such as Home Builders Associations; coordinate with special purpose districts, municipalities, counties, and other local agencies with respect to development; review and provide comments to the Subdivision Advisory Committee (SAC) and final plat reviews for Greenville County; conduct research of official records concerning property, and utility easements/right-of-ways; conduct research of studies, presentations, regulations, laws, and other miscellaneous documents or requirements; review and analyze various reports and documents including impact tap fees, study documents, agreements, DHEC permits, property owner records, etc.; perform field inspections related to development impact on ReWa’s infrastructure including tap connection inspections; provide various field inspections and investigations to support engineering department projects and operation; respond to special requests from Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC) and other agencies that support growth opportunities within the ReWa service area; utilize Geographic Information System (GIS) to analyze data, and print maps; on call for emergency situations that may arise; perform other general administrative/clerical work as needed, including preparation of reports and records, completion of forms, entering and retrieval of computer data, copying and filing of documents, answering telephone, attending meetings, etc.; attend conferences, meetings, training, seminars, etc., as necessary to maintain and enhance job knowledge and skills and perform other related duties as required.
Renewable Water Resources offers a competitive salary and benefits. If you are interested in this position, please submit an online application with resume attached by Friday, February 23, 2018 at www.rewaonline.org. EEO/M/F/DN