To perform professional engineering work involving the design, investigation, and construction of engineering projects including streets, bridges, mechanical systems, utility plants, buildings and other projects, varying with assigned area of responsibility; and to provide complex professional assistance to an assigned Engineering Supervisor or other management personnel.
Minimum Qualifications (KSAs)
(Illustrative only. Any one position within this classification may not include all of the KSAs listed nor do the listed examples include all of the KSAs which may be performed.)
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of engineering, especially as related to assigned area of responsibility--structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, geotechnical, etc; reinforced concrete design. As appropriate, geology, including local geology, investigative practices, and stabilization methods. Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers.Pertinent federal, state and local codes, laws, regulations and standards. Principles of management and supervision; City personnel policies and procedures; union contracts. Principles and practices of obtaining and administering funding for assigned projects. Materials, tools and equipment used in engineering; applicable computer software packages. Administrative policies and procedures of the City and the assigned department.
Ability to: Interpret engineering plans and calculations. Review and prepare reports, construction plans, cost estimates and specifications for assigned projects. Review plans for roadways, utilities, earthworks and residential and industrial developments. Enforce appropriate safety and quality standards. Interpret field data and results from laboratory tests. Use appropriate computer programs for engineering analysis, data acquisition and database functions. Develop and maintain databases and maps for information on retaining walls and geography. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Plan and manage the activities of subordinate workers; manage construction projects.
Required Education and Experience
Each applicant must be a registered professional engineer in the State of Ohio, or in a state with equivalent registration requirements. If not registered in Ohio when appointed, Ohio registration must be obtained during probationary period.
To qualify as a SENIOR ENGINEER: Each applicant must be a registered professional engineer in the State of Ohio, or in a state with equivalent registration requirements. If not registered in the State of Ohio, Ohio registration must be obtained during probationary period. Must possess, or have the ability to obtain, a valid Driver's license.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Possession of registration with the State of Ohio as a Professional Engineer. Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Driver's License.
Senior Engineer Salary (as of 7/1/2018): $71,831.14 - $96,535.05 Annually
To qualify as an ENGINEER INTERN: Each applicant must possess a bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited college or university, or possess an Engineer-in-Training certificate from any state. After ten (10) years in the Engineer Intern classification without passing the Professional Engineer registration, the incumbent will be reclassified to the senior Engineering Technician classification.
Must possess, or have the ability to obtain, a valid Driver's license.
Engineer Intern Salary (as of 7/1/2018): $56,148.78 - $75,459.27 Annually
MILITARY EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE EVALUATION Military education and experience may be substituted for college-level course work at the lower and upper division baccalaureate and graduate levels and apprenticeship training at the vocational certificate level on a case by case basis based on the American Council on Education (ACE) Military Guide recommendations.
Working and Physical Conditions
Environmental Conditions: Indoor and outdoor environments; exposure to office computer screens; exposure to extremes in weather conditions; work in or with water; work below ground, on slippery or uneven surfaces, on ladders or scaffolds; work around heavy equipment/construction equipment, moving vehicles; exposure to dust, asbestos, exhaust fumes; possibility of working with toxic chemicals, depending on assignment.
Physical Conditions: Essential and other important responsibilities and duties require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting, standing and walking for prolonged periods of time; general manual dexterity required; light and moderate lifting and carrying; must be able to operate an assigned vehicle.
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Candidates that meet the minimum qualifications for the position will be referred to the hiring manager on or after June 28, 2019.
GCWW has two Senior Engineer / Engineer Intern job opportunities with our Supply and Engineering Divisions, respectively. Candidates can follow the two links below:
Mission: GCWW employees provide customers with a plentiful supply of high-quality water, support environmental sustainability, and deliver excellent services in a financially responsible manner.
Greater Cincinnati Water Works has been a municipally owned and operated utility since it was purchased by the City of Cincinnati in 1839.
GCWW has always taken the lead in water quality research and technology to protect public health. We have been featured nationally for our state-of-the-art water treatment and research. To ensure the highest quality drinking water, we test the water more than 600 times a day from the source through treatment and in the distribution system.
GCWW supplies more than 43-billion gallons of water a year through 3,100 miles of water mains to about 240,000 residential and commercial accounts, representing more than 1.1 million customers.
GCWW's service area has grown to include the entire City of Cincinnati, most of Hamilton County and parts of Butler and Warren Counties in Ohio. In 2003, GCWW started selling water to Boone County and Florence, Kentucky via a pipeline installed under the Ohio River.
Greater Cincinnati Water Works water meets or exceeds all state and federal health standards.