The Calaveras County Water District is searching for it's next Civil Engineer to perform a wide variety of engineering design and other technical work in support of the District’s water and wastewater treatment facilities, as well as its distribution and collections systems; including work in project design and analysis, environmental review, preparing reports, engineering calculations, maintaining engineering and construction records, and assisting in project planning and budget activities; and perform other duties as assigned.
A complete job description can be found on the job opportunities page of the CCWD website - www.ccwd.org
CCWD has the following education and experience requirements for a Civil Engineer:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited four-year college or university
P.E. Civil Engineer license
Minimum six (6) years of professional experience in designing underground utility systems, specifically in water and/or wastewater systems with a public agency
Additional Salary Information: The District offers a competitive benefits package which includes health, vision and dental insurance, CalPERS retirement, retiree health coverage, paid vacation, holidays, and much more.
About Calaveras County Water District
The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) is a public governmental agency located on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, in the heart of the California Motherlode. The main office is located in the county seat of San Andreas, which is approximately 133 miles east of San Francisco and 65 miles southeast of Sacramento.
The District currently provides water service to about 13,000 municipal, residential, and commercial customers in six water service areas throughout the county. The District also provides wastewater service to about 4,500 customers in 12 wastewater service areas throughout the county. CCWD boundaries encompass about 1,100 square miles ranging from the San Joaquin Valley to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and include all of Calaveras County not served by other agencies.
As a special district, CCWD’s powers include provision of public water service; water supply development and planning; and wastewater treatment, disposal, and recycling. Additionally, the District contracts out the operation of its hydroelectric power facilities for financial support and development of water supplies.