In order to be considered for both the Engineer I and Engineer II open positions, please apply for each separately. To apply, visit: www.mudomaha.com/our-company/careeers
$79,542 - $100,027
SPA - 4
M-F; 1st Shift
Senior Design Engineer
Under limited supervision, the Engineer II is responsible for designing construction plans and preparing specifications for the extension, relocation, replacement or improvement of the District’s gas and/or water distribution systems. This position is responsible to create and analyze gas and/or water distribution system models, and prepare, develop and oversee technical and engineering studies. The Engineer II is expected to prepare reports based on findings, occasionally inspect construction work, and provide technical advice and assistance to operating departments.
1.Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, preferably Civil or Mechanical Engineering, froman ABET-accredited Engineering program. Any degree which can lead to ProfessionalEngineer (PE) licensure and a defined scope of practice to reasonably include engineeringactivities outlined in the Position Summary above and the Specific Responsibilities belowmay be considered.
2.Must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. Registration as a ProfessionalEngineer in Nebraska preferred.
3.Minimum of three (3) years of experience as a project manager and/or designer in the civil ormechanical engineering industry.
4.Ability to manage multiple projects in all stages of design simultaneously and workindependently.
5.Experience with computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, hydraulic modelingand computer-aided drafting (CAD). GIS experience preferred.
6.Ability to read and understand construction drawings/prints.
7.Must have strong oral and written communication skills.
8.Demonstrated attention to detail.
9. Demonstrated good time management skills.
10. Efficiently and effectively speak, read, write, and comprehend English.
11. Ability to effectively coordinate and communicate with customers, contractors, District personnel, outside engineering firms, and governmental organizations.
12. Have and maintain a valid driver's license.
13. Ability to work outside in various weather and terrain.
14. Employees in this position may be covered under the Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol testing provisions. This includes random testing.
In order to effectively contribute to the objectives of the District, the Engineer II is accountable and responsible, but not limited, to:
1. Perform engineering studies and evaluations; prepare reports on various items concerning District distribution facilities, buildings, plants, equipment and operations.
2. Design construction plans and prepare specifications for the gas and/or water distribution systems.
3. Create and analyze gas and/or water distribution system models.
4. Prepare specifications for purchase of materials and equipment.
5. Review, evaluate and recommend the acceptance and award of bids and contracts.
6. Provide engineering inspection for equipment installations, construction work and creation of record documents.
7. Work with other engineers and technicians on engineering design projects.
8. Inspect existing facilities and equipment and recommend maintenance, repair and/or replacement.
9. Prepare project cost and budget estimates.
10. Assist in project scheduling and annual capital budget creation.
11. Provide and maintain due diligence on all design projects from inception through completion regarding sound fiscal responsibility for District funds while always acting in the best interest of customer rate payers.
12. Drive to District job sites.
13. Assist other engineers as needed or directed by the supervisor.
14. Increase levels of responsibility in the various areas of Engineering Design in comparison to an Engineer I.
15. Understand and comply with all pertinent District Policies and Procedures.
16. Fulfill responsibilities common to all Supervisory, Professional, and Administrative positions as stated.
17. Perform a variety of other duties as assigned.
In contributing to the objectives of the District, the Engineer II is responsible for effecting constructive relationships with:
1. Contractors performing work for the District.
2. The public, relative to District engineering and construction projects.
3. Vendors’, manufacturers’ and/or sales representatives relative to materials, equipment, etc.
4. Engineering and architectural firms to obtain or provide information relative to District projects and projects impacting District facilities.
5. Personnel of other departments and divisions within the District in providing engineering and technical assistance and coordination of project activities.
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January 6, 2022