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Date: Jan 4, 2023

Location: Everett, WA, US

Company: Snohomish PUD

Job ID  15074  Department  Facilities Plng & Engrng (10000015) 
Union Classification  Non Union  Type  Full Time - Salaried  
# of Openings  Job Location  Everett, Washington (US-WA) 
Closing Date  01/31/2023   Salary/Wage  $70,304.00 - $105,456.00 annually 

 

Job Definition

Successfully learn and provide basic technical and engineering services related to the design, maintenance, operations, improvements of and additions to the District’s buildings and grounds (non-operational facilities) in a technically sound, safe, timely, and cost effective manner to enable the District to realize its goals and objectives.  Performs assignments that utilize readily available procedures and standards.  Performs as project leader on assigned projects and tasks.

Distinguishing Characteristics

DIRECTION RECEIVED:

Supervisor or Team leader screen assignments for unusual or difficult problems and selects techniques and procedures to be applied on non-routine work. Receives close direction and review on new aspects of assignments. Manages time to work concurrently on multiple assignments.

Essential Job Functions

Assists in or performs basic technical tasks and engineering services such as designs, surveys, layouts, and investigations on specific and limited assignments based on pre-established District standards and practices.

 

Performs daily tasks/assignments by applying pre-established engineering practices, work procedures, and techniques.

 

Performs as Project Leader on small projects and/or assists with tasks on medium/large projects, which require an understanding of the District’s engineering practices, standards, and methods.

 

Assists in the preparation of Specifications, Request for Proposals, evaluation of Bids, and preparation of recommendations on material, contracts, purchase of materials and equipment for management considerations for projects based on pre- established standards or guidance from the Project Leader.

 

Performs inspection on new construction and field-engineering work on assigned projects.  Inspects non-operational facilities for maintenance, modifications and/or improvements and construction recommendations.

 

Coordinates work with the project team and consultants’ work on projects based on pre-established District standards and practices.

 

Assists in the development of training programs for District staff, vendors, customers, consultants, and others.

 

Responds to and investigates customer inquiries, questions and complaints; provides information concerning services, programs, projects, policies and objectives.  Seeks assistance in interpreting moderately complex policies.  Effectively interacts, responds, and coordinates activities with customers including governmental agencies.

 

Establishes goals, objectives, priorities, and schedules on assigned projects.  Establishes project cost estimates including resource availability (labor and material) and alternatives to accomplish planned goals, and objectives.

Specialized Job Functions

N/A

Other Job Functions

Responsible for managing projects/tasks within cost estimates and schedules.

 

Ability to work effectively using the services of various organizational groups within the District.

 

Serves on task or work groups to improve engineering work processes and methods.

 

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

NOTE:  Non-operational facilities are defined as those facilities which are not used in generation, transmission, or distribution of electric power or the production, storage, transmission or distribution of water (i.e., buildings, building systems, grounds and landscape).

Minimum Qualifications

Knowledge of:*
• Basic principles and practices of applicable engineering field.
• Engineering plans and specifications, construction standards and methods, design standards, safety practices and codes, and fundamentals of basic project management.
• Technical aspects of field of engineering specialty
• Regulatory requirements applicable to the District, District policies and procedures.
• Facility and system operation and maintenance.
• Customer relations techniques.
• Computers and applicable computer applications.
• District's mission, objectives, values and business drivers.
Ability to:*
• Work in a team environment with a strong customer focus both internal customers and external customers.
• Successfully complete design and construction projects and other assigned tasks.
• Plan and organize work, incorporating changing District priorities.
• Proficient use of latest technologies applicable and available at the District in performing assigned tasks and projects.
• Apply, and explain codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Learn working knowledge of Facilities areas of work, such as lighting, HVAC Controls, Civil, Structural, and Architectural. management.
• Learn and apply District policies and procedures.
• Develop scope of work, schedules, cost estimates, methods, and manage projects through completion.
• Assist in training other department personnel in the area of expertise.
• Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
• Maintain records and prepare reports
• Drive District vehicles.
• Use independent and discretionary judgement.
• Use engineering tools required for the job.

Experience/Education

  • Bachelors of Science Degree in Engineering, Architecture, or related  field; and,
  • * Must have demonstrated the ability to successfully accomplish work of the nature defined for this job level, “Facilities Design Engineer”.

 

*Note: For the employee who has met the minimum entry education and experience requirements, the additional time required to be proficient in performing the job is six months to one year.

License/Certification

• Valid Washington State Driver License.

Preferred Qualifications

None

Working Conditions

• Duties are performed both in an office environment and in field situations in varying weather conditions that include construction sites.
• Requires the ability to walk and/or climb around uneven terrain and construction sites in possible inclement weather.
• Must drive District vehicles to various work sites/locations.
• Incumbent must be able to lift and carry equipment, boxes, tools, drawings, etc., up to 25 pounds.
• Incumbents perform repetitive movements from use of a computer and mouse.
• Frequent phone contact with various customers.

 

 

Snohomish County P.U.D. #1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Women, Disabled and Veterans.


Nearest Major Market: Seattle
Nearest Secondary Market: Everett

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