Under the direction of the Park’s Director or other departmental supervisor, perform professional-level civil engineering work in the planning, analysis, design, construction, operation, maintenance and management of engineering projects in the Parks and Facilities department. Review of the work lies in the accuracy and utility of the finished product, and the promptness with which operating deadlines are met.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
A combination of education and related experience may substitute for education requirements.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and
Four (4) years experience in civil, design, park, facilities, or construction engineering and
Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of Washington, or the ability to be licensed in Washington within six (6) months of hire.
Engineering experience in a Parks or Facilities environment is highly desirable.
AutoCAD experience is desirable.
Internal Number: D21026
About City of Everett Parks and Facilities
The City of Everett was incorporated on May 4, 1893. Located along the shores of Port Gardner Bay, Everett is about 25 miles north of Seattle and 85 miles south of the Canadian border. The City encompasses roughly 48 square miles and is bordered by 11 miles of saltwater and 10 miles of freshwater shoreline. Everett operates under a Mayor-Council form of government. It is a general purpose governmental entity and provides the full range of municipal services allowed by statute and charter. These services include police, fire, emergency medical services, street maintenance, planning and zoning, libraries, parks and recreation, and general administrative services. In addition to its general government services, the City operates five enterprises: water and sewer utility, solid waste (recycling) utility, two golf courses, a transit system, and a parking garage. The City of Everett is the Snohomish County seat. With a population of 108,300, it is the largest city in the county and the seventh largest in the state.