This is an excellent opportunity for an entry-level candidate to gain experience in GIS, CAD, and project management and oversight. Several exciting projects are in the works for the year ahead. The department and City will benefit from a candidate that is willing to learn, be a positive team player, and that contributes to our positive community-oriented culture.
The Engineering Tech assists in the completion and oversight of GIS mapping, Public Works projects and initiatives involving surface, subsurface, and structural improvements in water, sanitary sewer collection, surface water management, streets, parks, building, and community development by applying technical knowledge in areas of construction and permit processing, explaining policies and procedures to the general public; performs drafting, technical writing, research, plan reviews, and field inspections
First review of applications: February 11, 2019
Please fill out the form below, and attach a resume and cover letter.
- The City of Wood Village provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans preference in employment in accordance with ORS 408.225, ORS 408.230, and ORS 408.235. For the preference to be applied, veterans must have received an honorable discharge from military service, successfully complete the initial application screening, and meet the minimum qualifications of the applied for position. To qualify for disabled veteran preference, applicants must submit proof of veteran status and proof of their veterans’ disability rating from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Applicants must submit proof of veteran status (DD214/DD215) at the time the application is submitted.
- All prospective employees must pass a background investigation, drug screen if applicable and pre-employment physical.
- The City of Wood Village is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or marital status.
Associates Degree in Engineering Technology or related field, two (2) years of progressive experience as an Engineering Technician or similar field with knowledge of construction, storm water utilities, water utilities, sewer utilities, roadway construction and estimating, producing Geographic Information system maps and maintaining GIS layers, or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- $23.28-$29.73/HR ($48,432-$61,848/yr). Plus an Exceptional Benefit Package
- Until Filled