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Excellence in action is observed every day in Eugene's Public Works Engineering Division. This team delivered all of the trendy words before they were trendy in their innovative approaches to teamwork and service delivery. The next City Engineer will be amazing too. If you're a leader who wants to learn and teach, trust and be trusted, explore and lead the future of the Engineering Division and Public Works Department, this might be the perfect job for you. As an organization, we value building trust and confidence and respectful and inclusive work environments. We're also looking for a leader who will encourage and allow a creative work environment and place the wellbeing of themselves and their team at the top of their priority list. And, we encourage our leaders to be present in the now while also continually thinking and planning for the later. Job #1 is to make lives better each day.
The City Engineer responsibilities are to manage, direct and coordinate activities of the Engineering Division including capital improvement programs, design, field survey and construction management. Direct and coordinate regional and local transportation planning programs. Coordinate the Public Works elements of development and building permit with other divisions and agencies. Coordinate and administer the storm water regulatory programs. Provide GIS, automation, and infrastructure management to the department. Provide for Systems Development Charge (SDC) program review and ongoing management, and highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Executive Director of Public Works.
Experience - Seven years of increasingly responsible professional civil engineering experience including two years of supervisory and administrative responsibility.
Education - Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or a related field. Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted.
License or Certificate - Possession of a certificate of registration as a professional civil engineer in the State of Oregon, or ability to obtain by reciprocity.
About City of Eugene Public Works
In 1944, the citizens of Eugene adopted a council/manager form of government. In this form of government, the City Council develops legislation and policies to direct the City. The City Manager, hired by the City Council, provides administrative direction to the organization, oversees City of Eugene personnel and operations, and carries out the City Council’s direction.
The City has over 1,400 employees and a $450 million total budget. The City of Eugene is a service-oriented and welcoming organization that provides services through six departments:
• Central Services
• Fire & Emergency Medical Services
• Library, Recreation and Cultural Services
• Planning and Development
• Public Works