Jobs: City of Shoreline

Thursday, August 15, 2019

The City of Shoreline has new positions open.

Engineer II  - two positions

The Engineer II – Capital Projects position manages design and construction projects in transportation, surface water, parks, facilities and waste water, supporting growth and infrastructure rehabilitation and maintenance across all City departments. The position also plays a key role in developing and expanding the Public Works team's project management and engineering design capabilities. 

We are seeking to fill two open positions with innovative, energetic engineers with experience providing engineering and project management for most or all of the foregoing project types, but with special focus in surface water or transportation projects.
  • Surface Water Focus The surface water - focused position requires at least three years' project management experience in hydrology and hydraulics, basin studies, system capacity analysis, geomorphology and stream restoration, and analysis and engineering design of conveyance and system rehabilitation projects.
  • Transportation Focus The transportation – focused position requires at least three years' project management experience in transportation project planning and engineering design, basic traffic engineering, federal grant management, ADA standards and compliance, and community outreach.
Link to review and apply for the job HERE

Senior Planner

The successful candidate will enjoy a fast-paced work environment and have experience and skills in evaluating complex policy documents; developing public outreach plans; making public presentations; managing and reviewing complex land use applications; interpreting and applying, applicable development codes; conducting environmental review; performing on-site building and landscape inspections; and providing customer service. Preferred experience includes working with local governmental agencies, electronic plans review, project management, and public outreach.

Link to review and apply for the job HERE 


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