Northshore Utility District (NUD) seeks a qualified engineer to manage the development extension program and supervise the development extension team. The successful candidate will work with NUD staff, the development community, and our partner agencies and municipalities to assure that system extensions are both well designed and built to last.
The ideal candidate will be a qualified engineer with leadership and supervisory skills looking to expand his/her career beyond basic engineering. This role will best be served by an experienced professional skilled in the engineering and construction elements of development but is also an effective leader and mentor.
The Development Engineering Supervisor performs engineering and technical functions in addition to managing the development review program and supervising the development workgroup. The workgroup currently consists of an Engineering Technician, a Permit Technician, and a Construction Inspector.
A career with NUD is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve the public. The District's stable work environment offers a challenging and fulfilling opportunity for talented individuals who are passionate about their work, committed to making a difference, and interested in working in a team environment.
To be considered for this position candidates must possess:
A current Washington State Professional Engineer (PE) License or ability to earn one within one year of appointment is required.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering is preferred, however any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job would be considered.
A minimum of ten years of employment experience in the engineering field with a minimum of five years direct experience in the wastewater collection or potable water supply industries.
A minimum of three years performing review of development projects.
A minimum of three years of direct supervisory experience.
Additional Salary Information: The comprehensive benefit package includes: Medical Plan options; Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Membership in the Washington State Public Employee Retirement System; Deferred Compensation with Employer Match; and much more
About Northshore Utility District
Northshore Utility District is a special purpose water and sewer utility located at the northeast end of Lake Washington in King County. The District encompasses more than 11,000 acres in parts of Kenmore, Bothell, Juanita, Totem Lake, Kingsgate, Finn Hill, Lake Forest Park and Kirkland and serves more than 74,000 people.
The District gains authority to operate from Title 57 of the Revised Codes of Washington. Northshore Utility District owns no water or wastewater treatment facilities. Currently, all water is purchased from Seattle Public Utilities. The District contracts with King County Department of Natural Resources for sewage treatment services.
Northshore Utility District is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners who are elected for staggered six-year terms by ratepayers. Daily operations of the District are the responsibilities of the General Manager and a staff of approximately fifty employees. There are four departments under the General Manager.