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Job ID 5981Department Substation Engineering (10000087)
Union Classification Non UnionType
Full Time : Salaried
of Openings 1.0Job Location Everett, Washington (US:WA)
Closing Date
09/26/2017Salary/Wage 78,483.00:131,852.00annuallyDOQ
Job Definition 13;
This position will be filled at either the Engineer or Professional Engineer level depending on qualifications.

Design 115kV and 12kV substation projects. Design includes site layout, grading, drainage, TESC, oil spill containment, underground conduit, vaults, support structures, bus assembly and fences. Administer land:use and construction permit applications; represent PUD at permit hearings and in meetings with public permitting agencies. Proficiency in applying codes and standards such as NESC, ASCE7, ASCE Guide for Design of Substation Structures, ACI, AISC, ANSI and WA State DOE Stormwater Management for Western WA. Prepare project scope, detailed budgets, schedules, plans and cost estimates. Prepare RFPs and review bids. Inspect contractor work and perform contract management and associated project design coordination.
Distinguishing Characteristics 13;
Independently performs most assignments with supervision and guidance as to objectives. Receives technical guidance on unique, unusual or complex problems and issues. Work is reviewed for application of sound professional judgment and conformance to objectives. Manages time to work concurrently on multiple assignments.
Essential Job Functions 13;
Performs conventional engineering design and analysis in an area of engineering specialty requiring significant knowledge of related fields by compiling and analyzing statistical and technical data and conducting a wide variety of studies including report development.

Performs as Project Leader on medium to large projects and/or on projects which may have relatively few complex features requiring an overall knowledge of engineering principles and methods.

Prepares Specifications, Request for Proposals, evaluates Bids, and prepares recommendations on material, contracts, purchase of materials and equipment for management consideration for conventional projects. Manages contract work on assigned projects.

Plans and conducts engineering assignments to develop and recommend new and improved concepts, techniques, operating procedures, engineering and construction standards, and practices in the related engineering field.

Directs, coordinates, and reviews/approves work of the project team and consultants work on conventional projects based on pre:established District standards and practices.

Provide consulting services, including training, to District staff, vendors, customers, consultants, and others in the related field.

Responds to and investigates customer questions and complaints; interprets and provide information concerning services, programs, projects, policies and objectives. Effectively interacts, responds, and coordinates activities with customers including governmental agencies.

Establishes goals, objectives, priorities, and schedules on assigned projects. Establishes project cost estimates including resource availability (labor and material) and alternatives to accomplish planned goals and objectives.

Recommends, develops, and implements new or changed processes, standards, and procedures to improve efficiency in the assigned area.
Specialized Job Functions 13;
Other Job Functions 13;
Responsible for budgets and schedules on assigned projects and/or tasks.

Prepares capital and Operations and Maintenance program estimates for capital and Operations and Maintenance plans.

Serves as acting supervisor in the absence of supervisor.

Serves on task or work groups to improve engineering and work processes and methods.

Performs other duties as assigned.


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