Civil - Project Management, Civil - Transportation, Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil Engineering
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a host of planning and project delivery efforts that range from traditional road preservation and utility upgrades, to cutting-edge sustainable transportation projects. Additionally, the candidate will be able to develop new strategies and tools for planning and executing projects, and will be encouraged to take a creative approach to engaging the community in the work.
Projects upcoming in the next two years include the construction of federally-funded pedestrian and non-motorized improvements and planning for the replacement of the one of the City's primary water system reservoirs with a new water tower structure.
The ideal candidate will have:
Construction, engineering and/or extensive field experience with a wide range of transportation and utility improvement projects;
Strong team and project management skills; and
Clear and concise communication skills suited for a broad range of audiences, with the ability to be sensitive to political and inter-personal dynamics.
For more information and to apply, visit the City's website.
About City of Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island is a non-charter code city serving a resident population of approximately 23,000. The municipal government employs approximately 130 people to deliver $25 million in annual services excluding debt and capital expenses. The City is structured as a council-manager form of government. Like its neighboring cities, Bainbridge Island delivers a variety of public safety, street maintenance, and basic utility services.