Do you feel inspired to find creative new ways to make a difference? Are you looking for a place to work that encourages you to grow, innovate, and give back? Come to work for Johnson County Government and you will find a workplace that will support your professional growth and provide collaborative and team oriented opportunities that will keep you challenged while helping our community. Johnson County Wastewater (JCW) is looking for qualified candidates to fill the position of Managing Engineer - Collection System. This position provides excellent benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs and discounts, retirement programs, and various other discount programs. This position will work in a team and values based environment with a mission of protecting the environment, serving our customers, and enhancing our communities. The Johnson County Wastewater Managing Engineer – Collection System directs, coordinates, and manages the planning, design, and construction of engineering projects with JCW’s existing collection system personally or through direct reports. The first review of applications will be completed on February 13, 2019. Specific job details include the following responsibilities:
Establishes and recommends scope, budget and schedule for projects included in JCW’s estimated $95 Million Capital Improvement Program.
Conducts evaluation of sewer system capacity and problem areas and provides engineering support to the Operations and Maintenance Division.
Assists the Engineering Manager on development and execution of long term plan for capital projects, technology, software tools, asset management, budgeting and staff utilization.
Supervises an engineer and four engineering technicians.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or other related field and at least five years of experience in both infiltration and inflow (I & I) evaluation and sewer design. Five years of project engineering/management experience, including experience in design and construction phases is also required. A Professional Engineer (PE) license is required. Driver's license and good driving record are also required.
A Master’s Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering is preferred. Two years of hydraulic modeling experience and one year of supervisory experience are also preferred.
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About Johnson County Government
Johnson County is a local government located in northeast Kansas that was organized on September 7, 1857. We serve a diverse and expanding population through five agencies and 34 county departments. More than 3,800 public servants are dedicated to helping Johnson County remain a safe, vibrant community.