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Engineering Director / Woodbury, MN
Engineering Director, Woodbury, MN (pop. 69,426). Woodbury, incorporated in 1967, is one of the fastest growing cities in Minnesota, and the 9th largest city in the state. Over the past three decades the population has tripled, and is expected to exceed 85,000 by 2040. As the economic hub of the Twin Cities east metro, Woodbury is well known as a healthcare and retail destination with a diverse economy of many growing business sectors, including finance, light industrial, office/showroom and distribution.
Woodbury has been nationally recognized as a great place to live and raise a family with easy access to the metro area's recreational and cultural activities. Recent recognitions include: Money Magazine 2017 Best Places to Live in U.S., National Civic League 2016 All-America City Award finalist, and an S&P AAA Bond Rating since 2009.
Woodbury's long-serving Engineering and Public Works Director is retiring in summer 2018. As a result, and coupled with the growth and development of the City and its infrastructure, the engineering and public works functions are being divided into two departments. Each new department head will report to the City Administrator.
The Engineering Department will include the Engineering, Environmental and Municipal Buildings Divisions. The Director's responsibilities are wide ranging, and include the coordination of public improvement projects, the review of private development proposals, and technical engineering design work; oversight of the environmental interests of the community and the organization's facilities are also key duties.
Woodbury is a full-service city. In addition to Engineering, services also include Public Safety (Police, Fire, EMS), Public Works, Community Development, Parks and Recreation, Information & Communications Technology, Finance and Administration (HR, legal, clerk). The Engineering Director is responsible for leading a department of 16 full-time and part-time employees, as well as managing approximately $3 million in operating and utility budgets, plus more than $150 million in capital improvement programming.
Qualified candidates should have:
- A Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, public administration, business administration or related field; registration as a PE is highly desired;
- Eight or more years of increasingly responsible experience in the management of a public works or engineering department, or similar client-based organization, is desirable;
- Three years of supervisory experience;
- A collaborative and communicative approach to work;
- Comfort working with an array of stakeholders including elected officials, residents and intergovernmental contacts;
- Passion for a fast-paced, demanding and rewarding environment; and
- Experience working for a developing community is ideal.
Starting salary range: $120,000 - $142,000 +/- DOQ. Excellent benefit package. Candidates should apply on line by July 23, 2018 with resume, cover letter and contact information for five work-related references using this site or to the attention of Lee Szymborski, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, 630 Dundee Road, #130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: 847-380-3240.
Click here to apply!
Manufacturing Process Engineer / Burlington, WI
NEL Frequency Controls, Inc, A leading manufacturer of crystal oscillators is looking for a Manufacturing Process Engineer with experience in printed circuit board assembly, IPC Standards, test equipment, RoHs soldering, specs and procedures.
Candidate should have excellent computer and technical skills.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering with 5 years experience preferred.
Interested candidates can apply in person at our location (357 Beloit Street, Burlington, WI 53105) or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Relocation/Local Candidates Only.
Regulatory Architect, Professional Engineer / Dane, Eau Claire or Madison, WI
State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Regulatory Architect/Professional Engineer
Job Announcement Code: 1801124
County(ies): Dane , Eau claire , Milwaukee
Classification Title(s)/JAC: Job Working Title(s): CIVIL ENGINEER-ADV - 1801124 Architect/Professional Engineer
Type of Employment: Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary: The starting salary is between $58,240-$77,126 depending on qualifications plus excellent benefits. An additional add-on of $1 per hour may be paid for relevant registration, permit, or licensure. This position is in pay schedule and range 14/13. An 18 month probationary period is required.
Special Qualifications: Must be licensed as an Architect or Professional Engineer.
Contact: Roanne Quinn, Human Resources Specialist, 608-267-4945, Roanne.Quinn@dhs.wisconsin.gov
Bargaining Unit: Non-Represented
Area of Competition: Open
Deadline to Apply: 5/28/2018
The State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS); Division of Quality Assurance (DQA) has an exciting opportunity for licensed Architects or Professional Engineers to fill four vacancies. Emerging licensed design professionals and experienced practitioners are encouraged to consider and apply for these positions. The Office of Plan Review and Inspection (OPRI) is parallel to the design industry with a regulatory focus. Under the Office of Plan Review and Inspection, this opportunity brings together the skill sets of design, regulation and federal health care facility inspection. The OPRI is responsible for determining if health care facilities regulated by DQA meet the physical environment standards of the State Building Code, State Licensure Code and Federal Life Safety Code requirements. Evaluation is accomplished through construction document review, onsite review and health care facility physical environment performance inspection.
Two of the positions will be located in the Madison office, one position will be located in the Eau Claire office, and one will be located in the Milwaukee office.
In addition to a top-rate benefits package including enrollment in the State of Wisconsin retirement plan and excellent health insurance, these positions emphasize continued professional growth and leadership in the health care facility construction and performance industry.
These positions review construction documents and perform on-site reviews for compliance with Wisconsin administrative rules as well as State licensure code and Federal life safety code requirements. These positions are also responsible for health care facility physical environment performance inspection to ensure quality, appropriateness, and compliance of buildings with state and federal regulations. As members of the OPRI team the professional staff also facilitate predesign meetings focused on early engagement of all stakeholders in health care facility projects. The OPRI professional team provides educational services to health care facilities, county agencies and others in understanding program policies and procedures relating to licensure and certification requirements.
Minimally qualified candidates will:
- Be licensed as an Architect or Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin.
- Have experience applying regulations, codes, and standards related to the construction of health care facilities.
- Have experience building construction sites in an inspection, supervisory, management or commission capacity or experience in design including buildings, systems or components.
Well qualified candidates will also have experience in:
- Health care building/facility design and construction.
- The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards.
- Building construction and systems from simple wood frame to complex high rise steel and concrete structures.
- Review of contract documents, plans specifications, addendum, and change orders for compliance with all adopted codes, rules, regulations and standards.
- Theories and practices of mechanical engineering in the areas of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems.
- Writing detailed, accurate, and objective reports.
Civil, Structural, Land Surveyors / Buffalo, Wyoming
KL&A Engineers in Buffalo, Wyoming seeking motivated entry-level civil and structural engineers as well as licensed civil and structural engineers and land surveyors with 5-10 years of experience looking to work on a wide variety of challenging engineering projects while living in a small-town atmosphere abundant with outdoor activities and opportunities. Experience in both civil and structural engineering, and/or willingness to become a dual-discipline engineer is preferred.
KL&A is a regional, employee owned engineering firm with 80+ employees with offices in Colorado and Wyoming and recognized since 2006 as one of the top ten structural engineering firms to work for in the United States. The Wyoming office provides structural engineering, civil engineering, and land surveying services for projects of varying magnitudes throughout Wyoming and the surrounding states. Please visit www.klaa.com for project types and more information.
Buffalo, Wyoming is in north central Wyoming nestled at the base of the Big Horn Mountains. This charming 5,000-person town has been identified as one of the "Best Places to Live in Wyoming" by Only in Your State, Movoto, and Sperlings Best Places due to the high-quality schools, low crime rate, low taxes, and top-notch hunting, fishing, climbing, and other outdoor activities. It is a true laid-back, Western community.
Full-time CIVIL ENGINEERING position applicants must have:
- A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited civil engineering program
- A comfortable command of basic hydrology, hydraulics, soil mechanics, and site development standards
Full-time LAND SURVEYOR applicants must have:
- A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited land surveying program or ability to obtain Wyoming licensure
- A comfortable command of the Public Land Survey System, land boundary law, and use of GPS and optical
Full-time STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING position applicants must have:
- A Master's Degree from an accredited civil/structural or architectural/structural engineering program
- A comfortable command of basic statics and structural mechanics
- Engineers with diverse experience in structural, civil, and/or land surveying
- Applicants with a P.E., S.E., and P.L.S. license
- Experience with Revit and/or Civil 3-D modeling
- Experience working with architects/contractors
- Experience with Project Management
- The ability to work indefinitely in the U.S. without sponsorship
Personal attributes of many kinds may be acceptable, but an understanding of and dedication to client-centered service is a requirement.
Applicants for full-time positions should send a cover letter and resume to Joe Hall, Camie Beagan, and Craig Shavlik. All applicants must indicate your citizenship status, and whether you are legally authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. If not, indicate if you will, now or in the future, require sponsorship for employment visa status. Should you be asked for an interview, please be prepared to provide professional references and examples of your work.
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