Supervising Engineer, Water Resources ($10,727.00 - $13,428.00)
Division of Engineering
Construction Branch, Salton Sea Project HQ
Niland, Imperial County
Working Title: Salton Sea Project Headquarters Supervisor
DWR Position Number(s): 3815-3258-59x
SAP Position Number(s): 50096727
Final Filing Date: 5/20/2021
Effective July 1, 2020, State employees are subject to a 9.23% salary reduction in exchange for up to 16 hours per month of leave. The salary information listed under Position Details does not include this salary reduction.
Why Choose Us:The single greatest advantage of working for the Department of Water Resources (DWR) is that you can participate in the construction of large-scale infrastructure projects that serve the people of the State of California. Because California’s DWR is the owner and operator of its facilities, our engineers make a difference by applying sound engineering judgement during construction. In addition to taking an exciting and rewarding career path, by joining DWR you will contribute to future generations in a workplace environment that embraces diversity and one that takes its environmental stewardship seriously. And, you will become part of the DWR Team, which is a world class safety organization.
At DWR you will have the advantage of numerous resources to support your work and your professional growth—including training, organizational memberships, and knowledgeable and professional colleagues all of which collaborate for project success.
We hope you’ll check out the Duties and Desirable Qualifications below and apply for this great career opportunity to join our team and help deliver water to over 26 million Californians as well as contribute to protecting our environment and species conservation efforts.
Duties: Under general direction of the Principal Engineer of the Construction Branch, is responsible for directing the staff and consultants of the Salton Sea Project Headquarters (SSPH) in the administration and inspection of construction work for the Department at the Salton Sea.
Desirable Qualifications: We are seeking a candidate with construction management experience and knowledge of construction methods, specifically water conveyance and heavy civil construction. Candidate should have knowledge of management of engineering teams on design and construction projects for public works. The ideal candidate will be experienced and skilled in engineering; be productive, hard-working, and effective both autonomously and as a member of a team to meet difficult goals; be able to represent herself/himself and the Salton Sea Project Headquarters to clients and stakeholders; have excellent writing and documenting skills; be detail and quality oriented; possess collaborative solution-oriented problem-solving skills; have the ability to teach others; and be able to manage multiple tasks and projects at once.
This position is covered in the Political Reform Act and requires financial disclosure within 30 days of the first and last day physically worked in a covered position and annually by April 1st.
Will require travel via air and vehicle, which may involve driving a pick-up truck off road, usually on rugged terrain to and from job sites. Must possess a valid California driver's license to operate vehicles on public roadways.
Applicants must be able to travel on short notices including overnight lodging on some assignments and be willing to work irregular and extended hours during outages or emergencies.
Office address: 8700 Davis Rd, Niland, CA 92257. Work will be performed at the office starting in early 2021. Full time telework will be expected until that time.
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How to Apply: Submit a State Employment Application (STD 678). Please reference the SAP Position Number 50096727 and Job Control Number 237721 in the “examination(s) or job title(s) for which you are applying” section of your application.
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Failure to provide requested documents and information may result in automatic disqualification from the hiring process. Resumes, cover letters, and/or other attachments will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Failure to provide requested documents and information may result in automatic disqualification from the hiring process.
Contact: If you have any questions about this position, contact Nicolaus Seppi at, (916) 653-6844 or Nicolaus.email@example.com, or 1416 9th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814, Room 418.
Internal Number: JC-237721
About Department of Water Resources
Why Choose Us: First, the single greatest advantage of working for us is that you can practice civil engineering in its purest form. Because California’s Department of Water Resources is the owner and operator of its facilities, our engineers are empowered to make the right choices in design, detailing, and materials to ensure public safety and longevity of the infrastructure. Our engineers are at the forefront on design and construction projects, and they make design decisions based on good engineering practice for safety, durability, and performance—in that order. At DWR you will have the advantage of numerous resources to support your work and your professional growth—including training, organizational memberships, and knowledgeable colleagues, of which many are under one roof and all of which collaborate for project success. We hope you’ll check out the Duties and Desirable Qualifications below and apply for this great career opportunity to join our team and help deliver water to over 26 million Californians as well as contribute to protecting our environment and species conservation efforts.