The City of Portland is seeking an Electrical Engineer to join the Bureau of Environmental Services!
THE POSITION: Electrical Engineers perform performs advanced professional project management, specialized engineering or developer/building plan reviews; serves as a project engineer on difficult, complex projects. Work involves applying advanced electrical engineering knowledge to the solution of design, maintenance, improvement and construction problems pertaining to the City's infrastructure (water, sewage, drainage, streets, parks and traffic management systems) and private development. Electrical Engineers are responsible for managing several projects at once and perform related duties as assigned. Work is performed independently, and engineers may seal engineering plans with manager authorization. Some positions may require a valid state driver's license.
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Internal Number: 2019-00885
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