Senior Utility Systems Land Agent
POSITION: SENIOR UTILITY SYSTEMS LAND AGENT
STATUS: Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt, Represented Position
WORK WEEK: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
SUPERVISOR: Transmission & Substation Systems Supervisor
RATE OF PAY:
1st 6 months – $35.32 per hour (effective 5/1/2018)
2nd 6 months – $36.40 per hour (effective 5/1/2018)
3rd 6 months – $37.53 per hour (effective 5/1/2018)
4th 6 months – $38.69 per hour (effective 5/1/2018)
5th 6 months – $39.89 per hour (effective 5/1/2018)
POSITION OBJECTIVE: Coordinate and perform surveying and engineering activities in support of planning, construction, maintenance, and operation of water and electrical systems and facilities to accomplish the District’s mission and goals.
REQUIREMENTS: The District expects all employees to provide high quality and reliable service to its customers. To accomplish this, a high standard of professionalism, cooperation and team effort between individual employees, as well as among all departments, is required. The attached job description details the job functions, knowledge, skills, abilities, experience, training, working conditions and other requirements to fulfill this position. To be considered a candidate for this position, applicants must meet the requirements contained in the job description.
SELECTION PROCESS: Applicants must complete and submit a bid form.
Candidates’ abilities and qualifications will be evaluated using a technical test and an examination to determine math and reading skills; ability to learn, understand instructions, and solve problems; and physical ability to perform job functions.
Candidates’ abilities and qualifications will be evaluated using the supplemental information form and an interview to determine: knowledge and ability to perform surveying and drafting functions; knowledge of GPS information gathering methods; ability to complete designs and drawings for construction projects; ability to complete electrical schematics and drawings; ability to utilize AutoCAD programs; ability to use ESRI based geographic information system (GIS); basic knowledge of electrical and water system materials; knowledge of safety rules; ability to use maps, blueprints, and specifications; communication skills; and other skills and abilities needed to fulfill the requirements of this position.
Candidates will be evaluated using work history, letters of recommendation, and education/training courses completed.
Based upon these evaluations, District Management will make the selection.
POSITION CLOSING DATE: Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on December 31, 2018. If you have questions regarding this notice, the requirements, and/or the selection process, please contact:
PO Box 1000
Carlsborg, WA 98324