Under the supervision of the Principal Engineer, an Associate Engineer performs a variety of professional engineering tasks related to the planning, design, construction, operation and evaluation of the District’s water and wastewater facilities.
In addition, the Associate Engineer, conducts studies and prepares engineering and technical reports, correspondence, and technical specifications and contract provisions for proposed construction projects.
Demonstrated knowledge of and performance in the following areas:
Civil engineering principles, practices, and methods.
Hydraulics, hydrology, chemistry and thermodynamics.
Mechanical equipment, electrical and control systems.
Construction practices, trades and materials.
Project management and coordination.
Contract administration practices and principles.
Methods and techniques used in design and construction for planning, design, cost estimation, construction, installation, and inspection of wastewater collection, distribution, and treatment facilities.
Federal, State, and local laws and regulations related to CEQA, water/wastewater system design, construction, and plant operations.
Engineering mathematics, economics, and statistical analysis.
Safety standards and practices.
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