The San Jacinto River Authority is seeking to fill the position of Engineer 4 or 5 based out of Conroe, Texas. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
Leads a technical team and/or conducts and coordinates activities related to planning, permitting, design, engineering, evaluation, construction, repair and rehabilitation of various water and wastewater infrastructure and facilities to achieve optimal safety, efficiency and quality.
Administers professional and miscellaneous services agreements with consultants as well as traditional and alternative procurement/delivery contracts with contractors.
Coordinates closely with Technical Services Project and/or Construction Manager, the management/staff of various SJRA operational divisions and management/staff of the various other General and Administrative (G&A) departments.
This job requires attention to detail, excellent interpersonal skills including listening, written and verbal communication, decision-making, problem-solving, as well as the ability to foster teamwork and pursue excellence.
SJRA offers a comprehensive benefits package and opportunities for growth and career development.
Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental or Agricultural Engineering from an ABET accredited program in the United States.
At least 4 years (6 years for Engineer 5) of practical experience in planning, permitting, design and/or construction of public works/ utilities facilities and systems.
Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas is required.
Valid Texas Driver's License with insurable driving record.
About San Jacinto River Authority
Created by the Texas Legislature in 1937 (Article 8280-121, as amended), the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) is a government agency whose mission is to develop, conserve, and protect the water resources of the San Jacinto River basin. Covering all or part of seven counties, the organization's jurisdiction includes the entire San Jacinto River watershed, excluding Harris County. The SJRA is one of 10 major river authorities in the State of Texas, and like other river authorities, its primary purpose is to implement long-term, regional projects related to water supply and wastewater treatment. The SJRA boundaries include the entire watershed of the San Jacinto River and its tributaries excluding Harris County. This includes all of Montgomery County and parts of Walker, Waller, San Jacinto, Grimes, and Liberty Counties. SJRA serves many customers in the Houston area and is authorized to operate in East Harris County through an agreement with the City of Houston, which allows the SJRA to operate east of the San Jacinto River.