Stormwater Engineer

Employment Opportunities,
Provo City
Stormwater Engineer
$69,915 - $117,148
Upon Hire
Location | Provo, UT
Provo City is looking for an Engineer to provide skilled professional floodplain and storm water engineering related to work in the Public Works Department. Civic-minded individuals interested in supporting the services provided to Provo residents are strongly encouraged to apply. 
Essential Duties
  • Review proposed development and permit applications for compliance with City floodplain ordinances
  • Review floodplain development permits
  • Review of FEMA map changes, hydraulic models, and reports
  • Prepare and submit annual reports to FEMA
  • Participate on a variety of committees on floodplain development
  • Maintain and improve Provo Community Rating System (CRS) incentive policies
  • Coordinate with local, state, and national officials regarding floodplain mapping, ordinance updates, training, and administration
  • Prepare and oversee the design and construction of engineering projects in accordance with general engineering principles, City standards, and various codes
  • Manage project construction activities
  • Develop policies and procedures to manage projects
  • Hire consultants and approve their assignments, parameters, and work
  • Manage and create concepts for projects and assign work of subordinate engineers
  • Review project plans, ensure adherence to State MS4 permit requirements, and/or building permits and ensure compliance with applicable standards
  • Oversee all aspects of assigned project budgets, and scheduling and phasing to interface with fiscal abilities and municipal needs
  • Approve extra work orders
  • Approve reports of work done and project status
  • Approve or prepare complex project documents
  • Monitor and comply with bidding procedures and meet with staff to review status
  • Represent City on various ad-hoc committees or boards
  • Coordinate with City officials and other government management personnel, including the Municipal Council, Planning Commission, and Board of Adjustments
  • Serve on general design and project review committees and suggest projects for development
  • May meet with the public to explain the approval and permitting process
  • May supervise subordinate staff, including scheduling workload
  • Assist in training assigned personnel
  • Ensure work is completed accurately and efficiently
  • Identify, evaluate, and resolve personnel concerns
  • May conduct performance evaluations and enact discipline if needed
  • Assist with division staffing decisions, including the hiring and firing of personnel
  • Assist other staff members as needed and perform other related duties as required

Engineer I:

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related engineering field
  • Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) Certification or ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire
  • Membership in the APWA, ASCE, NSPE, or an equivalent organization is preferred
  • A valid, lawful driver's license

Engineer II:

  • Engineer I requirements and Two years of civil engineering experience
  • Fundamentals of Engineering Certificate

Engineer III:

  • Engineer I requirements and Three years of civil engineering experience
  • State Professional Engineer license.

All certifications must be State of Utah within one year of the hire date

NOTE: At all levels, an equivalent combination of job-related education and/or experience may be substituted (each one year of post-secondary education/training for six months of experience).

Provo City offers competitive pay; paid leaves, including vacation, sick, holidays, bereavement, and parental leaves; generous employer-paid health insurance; retirement and pension plans; free use of the Provo Recreation Center, Peaks Ice Arena, and City Library; and regular review of compensation practices to remain competitive with the local market among many other great benefits.
How/Where to Apply

Application Process: This position is open until filled and will be closed when sufficient applications have been received. Applications will be considered in the order they are submitted. Applicants must meet the minimum requirements listed below to be eligible for consideration.