Salary: Associate Engineer $6,214.95 - $7,979.26 / Mo
Associate Civil Engineer $6,896.52 - $8,853.65 / Mo
The City of Stockton's Municipal Utilities Department is seeking to fill a vacancy in the Engineering Division. The incumbent will report to a Senior Engineer and be responsible to prepare and/or review plans, specifications, and equipment submittals to ensure all projects comply with department and acceptable engineering standards. Also, the incumbent will administer construction and professional services contacts.
Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a closely related field or possession of a valid California registration as a Licensed Land Surveyor or EIT AND two years of engineering experience in design, development review, construction, or office and field surveying, or traffic engineering work at a level equivalent to the City's Assistant Engineer class. In the absence of registration as a Licensed Land Surveyor or EIT, must possess a valid EIT waiver issued by the State of California.
Associate Civil Engineer
Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four (4) year college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a closely related field and two (2) years of engineering experience in design, development review, construction, or traffic engineering work at a level equivalent to the City's Assistant Engineer or Assistant Civil Engineer class. Must also possess a valid California registration as a Professional Civil Engineer.
APPLY BY: 5:30 p.m., Thursday, August 2, 2018. For requirements and detailed information go to: www.stocktonca.gov/jobs or visit the City of Stockton’s HR Dept., located at 400 E. Main St, 3rd Floor, Stockton, CA 95202. 209-937-8233. EOE
About City of Stockton
Located in California’s great Central Valley, Stockton has grown from a community with rich agricultural roots to an urban destination with an emerging arts and cultural scene, fine dining, shopping, sports, recreation, and family activities. Stockton is the home of two major sports teams as well as the University of the Pacific, a California State University, Stanislaus extension campus, San Joaquin Delta College, and the robust and thriving Port of Stockton which has direct waterway access to the San Francisco Bay. Year-round events and activities make Stockton a destination for events, venues and attractions such as the Annual Jazz Brubeck Festival , Bob Hope (Fox California) Theatre, Children’s Museum, Haggin Museum, San Joaquin County Fairgrounds, and the Stockton Symphony.
The 10,000 seat multi-purpose, waterfront Stockton Arena is home to the Stockton Heat, recently purchased by the Calgary Flames. The adjacent 5,000 seat Stockton Ballpark is home to the Stockton Ports single-A minor league baseball team.
Stockton is the 13th largest city in California with a dynamic, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural population of almost 300,000 residents. It is centrally located and offers... excellent quality of life for its residents. Stockton has a long tradition of established families who have called Stockton their home for generations in addition to many new residents who have chosen Stockton as their home. The city has a number of beautiful residential communities along waterways and tree-lined streets, and it offers an affordable cost of living.
Downtown Stockton is located on the waterfront that has renewed energy with new development and increased opportunities as the community rediscovers its historic roots. Stockton also enjoys a bounty of fresh fruit and produce from the rich agricultural area that surrounds the City.
With all of this and so much more to look forward to, Stockton’s future is bright.