University Enterprises, Inc. (UEI) at Sac State is seeking a Senior Environmental Engineer for the Office of Water Programs (OWP). The OWP develops training programs and publishes manuals for operators of water treatment plants, water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, and treatment and reclamation facilities for municipal and industrial wastewater. OWP also offers training programs and materials for pretreatment facility inspectors, environmental compliance inspectors, and utility managers. All training is offered as distance learning, using correspondence, video, or computer-based/online delivery modes. OWP materials are used for both state test preparation and continuing education units and contact hours for operators.
UEI offers an excellent benefits package that includes:
MUST submit the online application at www.ueijobs.com. Open until filled. Priority review of qualified applicants will begin April 6, 2018.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Environmental Engineer (Engineer) is a key contributor to the development, improvement, and promotion of the training curriculum at the Office of Water Programs. This individual is responsible for assessing training needs in the profession, providing technical input for new training courses and programs, and for updating existing course curricula. The Engineer works closely with and provides consultation to the OWP Training group, consisting of the technical editors, IT, and customer service groups. This individual is also responsible for collaborating with content contributors and integrating their work into OWP training materials. Engagement in professional organizations is expected as part of promotion and networking for the training program. The Engineer works closely with the Director of Office of Water Programs or his designee in promoting, planning, organizing, responding to technical inquiries, and representing OWP at meetings and conferences. This position reports directly to and receives general direction from the Director of the Office of Water Programs or his designee.
An earned doctorate (Ph.D.) degree in Civil Engineering, or Environmental Engineering. Minimum of five years of demonstrated experience in water and/or wastewater treatment operation or design. Professional engineering license in a relevant field. Demonstrated ability to work in multidisciplinary teams. Excellent written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to write, review, and edit technical reports and documents. Excellent oral communication skills with a demonstrated ability to present information in conferences and meetings. Demonstrated experience in managing and successfully completing projects. Must be legally eligible to drive in California and be acceptable for vehicle insurance coverage under the University Enterprises, Inc. insurance plan. Must continue to meet the established driving standards. Must pass a background check, which may include fingerprinting. Must continue to meet the established standards.