- Help deliver transportation projects that were funded through the recently approved $20 million General Obligation bond. Projects will begin this year and provide traffic congestion relief, neighborhood traffic safety improvements, and safe access to schools throughout the community with expected completion in three to five years.
- Contribute to shaping Tualatin’s future by helping to complete the City’s master plan updates for Water, Sewer, Stormwater, and the Transportation System. Updates are underway and expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
- Lead exciting projects that will continue to shape the community, including the Basalt Creek project, Myslony Street bridge project, bicycle and pedestrian projects, water, sewer, and stormwater system improvements, and ADA improvements.
- Mentor and coach a team of dedicated engineers who are committed to building a better Tualatin. Provide strong technical leadership and guidance and review work products to ensure success.
- Collaborate with Community Development on multiple phases of the Planning Code Update. Anticipate and prepare for potential policy changes as a result of these updates.
- Build and maintain strong relationships within the community by partnering with developers and property owners to successfully navigate the land-use process from pre-application through final construction.
- Collaborate with regional partners to effectively implement stormwater management and regional transportation improvements in Tualatin.
A minimum of five years demonstrated progressively responsible experience as a Professional Engineer with a thorough knowledge of Civil Engineering principles and practices as related to a wide variety of public works projects. The successful candidate must possess a valid Professional Engineer’s License and, if licensed in another state, must have the ability to attain an Oregon PE in a reasonable timeframe. A minimum of two years in a supervisory capacity is required. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university, or any satisfactory equivalent combination of education and experience which ensures the ability to perform the work may be substituted.