CoCo Public Works looking for Civil Engineers, up to $120k salary

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(CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif.) The Contra Costa County Public Works Department is looking for one qualified resident to fill an Associate Civil Engineer position before the application closes on Tuesday night.

The permanent, full-time position comes with a salary between $96,645 and $129,977 and the application deadline is 11:59 on Tuesday, Jan. 18.

An entry-level engineering position will require the potential employee to work on a variety of engineering projects from simple to complex. Future employees must be capable to handle tasks directly or effective enough to delegate the work to a subordinate successfully. This future employee will be asked to coordinate with other departments including but not limited to environmental, real estate and finance divisions.

Any potential applicant must have a valid Driver's License. While California licenses are preferred, out-of-state licenses will be accepted during the application period.

Additionally, potential applicants must have a valid state of California certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer and at least three years of full-time experience as a professional civil engineer.

It would be ideal if potential candidates worked previously in a public agency or special district. Additionally, any previous experience with training, evaluating or managing people is ideal.

The online interview is tentatively scheduled for the last week of January as a remote interview.

All Contra Costa County employees, including new hires, are required to provide proof of vaccination.

For more information about the Associate Civil Engineer position that closes on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 11:59 p.m., click here.

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