The Engineering Services Manager is responsible for engineering services related to:
Review, modification and approval of engineering plans related to private development of water and sewer services within EWSU’s service area, including any plans requiring city, county, state or approvals by other city departments.
Facility asset planning related to life cycle asset management of EWSU assets (including by not limited to wastewater treatment plants, water filtration plant, sewer collection system, water distribution system, water storage facilities, lift stations, etc.)
Capacity Management Operations and Maintenance Plan projects related to Sewer collection system cleaning and inspections as required by the EPA Consent Decree.
Information Technologies and systems needed for documentation, data analysis, reporting or operational needs, including but not limited to Geographic Information Systems (GIS), work order systems, engineering related webpages, document storage, Computer Maintenance Management Systems, etc.
Providing support water and sewer superintendents in forecasting, system analysis and planning, capital budgeting and budget management, maintenance, work order management, etc.
College Degree in Engineering, and five (5) or more years of post-collegiate experience of an increasingly responsible nature involving engineering and operations. Experience in a position with management and supervisory responsibilities is preferred.
Optional: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Indiana.
Thorough knowledge of engineering principles and practices as applied to the utility systems. Specific knowledge of materials, equipment, and systems theory and operations.
Knowledge of engineering economics principles and the ability to apply such principles to economic evaluation, cost estimation and allocation, budgeting, and budget/financial performance monitoring and reporting.
Thorough knowledge of local, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations relating to daily department functions.
Knowledge of applicable safety policies and practices.
Ability to plan, prepare, prioritize, assign, and follow up on assigned work orders to meet organizational and customer needs.
Ability to lead, supervise, evaluate, and develop others.
Ability to communicate effectively with work groups and employees at all levels throughout the Utility, other utility departments, and other City departments, as well as with customers and customer agents, consultants and contractors in a wide range of situations and circumstances.
Ability to conduct complex research and analyses related to the T&D system, and to prepare factual and well- written reports and presentations with recommendations and rationale.
Ability to operate standard engineering equipment and tools and modern office equipment, including computers and work with applications software programs.
Familiarity with the principles involved in the cost effective purchasing of equipment and related supplies and materials.
The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility provides water and waste water recovery services for more than 60,000 customers in and around Evansville, Indiana, Vanderburgh County and the Southwestern edge of Warrick County. The Utility operates a surface water treatment plant and two wastewater treatments plants. The Water Utility has numerous water towers and reservoirs plus 1,000 miles of water line...s and 6,000 fire hydrants. The Sewer Utility has over 800 miles of sewer lines and 90 lift stations covering a 65 square mile area. The approved capital plan for the water utility is $50 million for 2017-2018. The approved capital plan for the Sewer Utility is $185 million for 2017 through 2020.