Clark County Public Works Preservation Program is seeking an Engineer II/III to perform asset management work. Primary responsibilities include maintaining the pavement and culvert databases, performing pavement network modeling and analyses, performing pavement visual inspections, performing culvert inspections, preliminary scoping of culvert repair/replacement projects, facilitating development of plans and specifications for pavement preservation projects such as overlays and surface seals, administering pavement preservation construction contracts, participating on project teams, and other engineering related duties as assigned.
Engineer positions are represented by Local 17, Professional and Technical Employees.
B.S. degree in Civil or related engineering and two (2) years of experience in an Engineer II or equivalent position and registration as a professional civil or structural engineer;
Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of Washington, or the ability to obtain registration within six months of appointment is required.
Applicants meeting the qualifications of an Engineer II will also be considered.
B.S. degree in Civil or related Engineering and two (2) years experience in an Engineering I classification or equivalent.
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High School diploma or G.E.D. and four (4) years relative engineering work experience to include a minimum of two (2) years experience in an Engineering I classification or equivalent and possession of an E.I.T. certification.
All applicants must possess or be able to obtain a valid driver's license by date of appointment.
About Clark County
Clark County is located in the southwestern part of the State of Washington, across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon. With almost 600 programs serving nearly 430,000 residents, the County provides a wide variety of employment opportunities for more than 1600 people. Clark County’s governmental structure is a complex one, with eighteen elected officials, thirteen regional councils and districts, and numerous appointed boards. Although the county seat is in downtown Vancouver, County employees provide services to all of its residents, from urban cities and towns, to the hundreds of miles of beautiful countryside. Clark County offers excellent livability and a relatively low cost of living. There is no state income tax.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Clark County is committed to increasing the ethnic, cultural and social diversity of its workforce and ensuring that diversity is a key priority of our organization. We are committed to providing equal opportunity and access regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service ...animal by a disabled person, sexual orientation/gender identity, veteran status or any other status protected by law. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.