This class is responsible for supervising, coordinating, planning, prioritizing assigned activities in the Water Resources Engineering Department. Responsibilities include performing moderately specialized engineering work involving surveys/investigations/plans/structures or equipment, with moderate to complex features; designing/reviewing/analyzing moderate to complex sketches/drawings/plans/ specifications of proposed projects; determining work and materials required; evaluating/selecting/applying engineering techniques/procedures/criteria using judgement and expertise in making/recommending adaptations/modifications/ troubleshooting problems; performing moderate to complex engineering studies; compiling/analyzing/interpreting data; recommending modifications in the present systems; performing field work; taking measurements; determining placement of utilities; assuring maps are accurate; meeting with clients/customers/contractors concerning proposed utility services; and responding to questions by the general public; driving/operating vehicles in performing work assignments/responsibilities. This class differs from that of Engineer I by virtue of the nature and complexity of assignments/responsibilities/ accountability. Supervision is exercised over assigned personnel. Operating under general supervision, latitude is allowed for the exercise of independent judgement in planning and coordinating the details of the work. Extended hours and on-call availability may be required. Performs related work as required.
Graduation from a four (4) year accredited university/college with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineeringand a minimum of two (2) years progressively responsible experience performing civil engineering work in/for a utility, which includes reviewing/monitoring the work of others.
*NOTE: Must possess a Professional Engineer in Training Certification, at time of hire into the position. Must pass the Professional Engineering (PE) examination within two (2) years of eligibility for candidacy for the P.E. examination.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Fayetteville Public Works Commission
Over a century old, the Public Works Commission (PWC) of Fayetteville, North Carolina, continues to be a publicly-owned, locally-operated utility. We provide electricity, water and wastewater treatment services to customers in the Fayetteville/Cumberland County area. We have also become one of the area’s largest employers, with a highly qualified workforce of more than 600 people.
Since our inception in 1905, providing for the future has been a top priority for PWC. Just as we’ve done for the past century, PWC continues to focus on prudent, progressive planning to keep pace with the utility needs of a thriving hometown. By providing world-class utility services, ample capacity and competitive rates, we play a key role in our area’s growth and commercial expansion.
PWC offers a variety of jobs with diverse skill sets. PWC also offers a compensation and benefits package that is competitive with other companies in the area and within the industry to retain employees, encourage longevity and attract top talent. PWC is a company where you can be proud to work.