General Statement of Duties & Organizational Responsibilities - Engineering Technician II
Performs a variety of technical engineering tasks in support of the planning, design, construction and modification of wastewater facilities. Acts as District representative on construction sites and in the defense of District interests with outside agencies. Works under the direction of the Real Property Administrator/Quality Control Coordinator.
Serves as the District’s project resident on construction projects which occasionally requires weekend and after hours work. Coordinates with District project managers and contractors. Provides direction to District contractors using independent judgment.
Reviews submittals from outside agencies for conflict with District facilities and interests and works with the local agency to protect District interests.
Makes recommendations of new procedures to improve quality of finished work product.
Performs non-licensed surveying using total station or GPS data gathering equipment. Provides updates of facility drawings to Drafting.
Reviews property descriptions/title documents and analyzes relationships between multiple properties and performs land surveying and field locates property relative to historical information.
Uses CAD software to document field data and to prepare exhibits and drawings.
Enters confined spaces in the sewage interceptor system and treatment facility.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Associate's degree in civil engineering technology and five years' experience in civil engineering work, including the operation of survey instruments, GPS units, construction inspection, materials testing, coordination of construction activities and other similar work. Competence in AutoCAD Civil 3D, Microsoft Word and Excel. Good technical, mathematical, analytical, and written and verbal communication skills.
Equivalency equals two years of directly related professional experience for every year of education not completed. The stated experience requirement is in addition to any experience used to meet the education equivalency. For this position, in addition to the required five years or more of work civil engineering work, equivalency would be seven years of directly related experience without a degree.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and certification as a Professional Land Surveyor. Construction management experience with the ability to exercise independent judgment and direct the work of outside agencies and contractors. Demonstrated competence in Civil 3D as it relates to importing and manipulating survey data.
Additional Salary Information: Engineering Technician I Range: $49,442-$69,181 (DOQ)
Engineering Technician II Range: $59,800-$83,741 (DOQ)
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in Denver, CO - a nationally recognized leader among clean water utilities, provides wastewater conveyance and treatment services for 1.8 million people in the Denver Metro area. We are committed to protecting the environment and providing for the community's future needs.