West Basin Municipal Water District is a global leader in the water industry in water recycling, conservation, water resource management, youth and adult education, and ocean-water desalination. West Basin provides drinking water and recycled water to eight local retail water agencies including four cities, three private water companies and one county water agency. The District serves a population of nearly one million residents in 17 cities and unincorporated areas along the coastal corridor from Palos Verdes to Malibu. The District is governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors and is a member agency of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
West Basin operates the state-of-the-art Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility and three satellite locations. It is the largest treatment and water purification facility of its type in the world providing nearly 40 million gallons of water each day to over 300 sites. West Basin utilizes various advanced treatment processes to produce five types of high-quality “designer” waters used for commercial, industrial and landscape purposes, including three ultra-pure waters. The District is also researching environmentally-responsible ocean-water desalination and currently hosts tours at its Water Education Center in Redondo Beach, California and also at the Edward C. Little Recycling Facility.
West Basin owns and operates approximately 100 miles of recycled water pipeline, and supplies recycled water to customers for non-potable use. To expand the use of recycled water, the District assists customers with the process of converting their sites to utilize recycled water. In addition, the District conducts site inspections to ensure compliance for the safe use of recycled water.
West Basin is an equal opportunity employer, promoting diversity in its recruitment process and programs. The District is committed to customer service and seeks to provide its customers with the most qualified and exceptional professional services through those they employ, while offering an excellent benefits package to its employees.
West Basin is seeking an experienced Engineer II to join the Technical Planning Division of the Technical Resources Department to develop and deliver a diverse range of capital improvement related planning projects and programs. The Technical Planning Division is responsible for development and delivery of multi-disciplinary and complex technical and strategic planning studies and investigations associated with West Basin’s recycled water program, brackish water facility, energy management, future water supply portfolio, and ocean water desalination program. In addition to technical and strategic planning efforts, the Technical Planning Division oversees and manages West Basin’s Research and Development (R&D) Program that supports internal and external R&D efforts to advance water reuse and reliability.
The Engineer II will report directly to the Technical Planning Supervisor, and under general supervision, will provide project development and management oversight activities for the investigation and planning of moderately difficult projects and studies. Further, this position will manage, administer and oversee work performed by project consultants and contractors; and respond to questions and inquiries from the general public, developers, contractors, engineering professionals, consultants, city officials, regulatory agencies, and District staff regarding engineering projects and planning studies, as well as perform related duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have:
There is one (1) full-time vacancy currently available for this position. The salary range is $82,681 - $103,352 annually, depending on qualifications. This position is eligible for benefits.
Apply by: April 1, 2019. Apply online at: www.westbasin.org. For questions or additional information, please contact: West Basin Municipal Water District, Human Resources Department, 17140 S. Avalon Boulevard, Suite 210, Carson, CA 90746, (310) 660-6228. Email: email@example.com.
Resumes and cover letters will not be accepted in lieu of a completed West Basin Online Application and Supplemental Questionnaire. The most qualified applicants will be invited to participate further in the screening process, which will include a panel interview and possible written exercise.