Pinellas County Government is currently seeking a Reliability and Asset Lifecycle Engineer to primarily identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect plant or business operations. This broad primary role can be divided into three smaller, more manageable roles: Loss Elimination, Risk Management and Life Cycle Asset Management.
This is managerial-level, professional engineering work in a wide variety of engineering projects. Emphasis of the work is planning and coordinating the reliability and maintainability of Utilities assets. An incumbent in this classification is a team leader responsible for planning, coordinating, and reviewing the work of professional and technical employees engaged in planning, construction, operations, maintenance, and projects and programs within the Utilities Department; contract administration and extensive coordination with consultants, contractors and other governmental entities. Work is highly complex and involves a wide range of public contact in coordinating delegated county engineering activities with both public and private organizations. The incumbent exercises a considerable degree of independent judgment, reporting to the Manager, and supports the operation of Utilities' Operations and Maintenance assets.
EOE/AA/ADA/DFW/VP Certain servicemembers and veterans, and the spouses and family members of the servicemembers and veterans, receive preference and priority in employment by the state and are encouraged to apply for the positions being filled.
Experience – professional experience that directly relates to the design and construction of water, sewer and reclaim projects to include 3 years supervising professional engineering functions.
*Should an individual hold a Professional engineering certification from a state other than FL, they are eligible for employment into a different job classification until the Florida license is obtained. The Florida professional engineering license would be required within 12 months of hire.