The Infrastructure Engineer will work with Engineering and operational divisions to lead root cause analyses of water main breaks and propose eventual solutions to reduce break events. This position will research and analyze alternate pipe materials, construction techniques, lining technologies and operational improvements to optimize the life-cycle cost of water mains. The position will also lead the evaluation and implementation of condition assessment technologies to complement the proposed risk-model in determining critical water main replacement. The Infrastructure Engineer will play a key role in assisting the Director, Infrastructure Integrity in creating a long-term capital improvement plan for the District.
1.Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering or engineering related field.
2.Must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam; Registration as a ProfessionalEngineer (PE) may be given preference.
3.Three (3) years of experience in an engineering related field.
4.Demonstrated success managing short-term and long-range projects/activities, and the dailyresponsibility for decisions, consequences and results. Includes the ability to engage in regularand continuous decision making which impacts staff, costs and quality of service.
5.Knowledge of the various types of pipe materials and construction techniques utilized for thedistribution of water delivery for municipalities.
6.Ability to analyze multiple sources of data to continually and systematically improveworkflows, procedures and output quality.
7.Strong interpersonal skills to professionally represent the District in all interactions withinternal personnel at all levels and external customers, industry and utilities contacts,contractors and vendors.
8.Ability to effectively influence personnel across all business disciplines.
9.Must have a strong statistical and/or financial analysis background.
10.Proficiency with personal computers, tablets and/or other electronic devices including, but notlimited to, enterprise wide software (i.e., SAP) and Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Outlook,PowerPoint and Word).
11.Ability to learn new or upgraded computer software as required.
12. Professional written and oral communication skills in order to assist internal and external customers professionally, regardless of provocation.
13. Knowledge and technical understanding of geographic information systems (GIS) software preferred. Knowledge of Risk Based Asset Management Tools preferred.
14. Work is primarily performed in an office setting amid normal conditions of dust, odors, fumes, office lighting and noises, but field visits are required when needed.
15. Must be willing to attend evening and/or weekend functions.
16. Have and maintain a valid Driver’s License.
November 12, 2021