University Park's next City Engineer will join an outstanding organization that values and supports its employees, resulting in a historically low turnover rate and long-tenured employees. The City has maintained a close, family-oriented culture that values service and excellence in serving its residents.
Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group. Apply online at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs and submit just one document (Word or PDF) that includes a cover letter and resume with salary history. Open until filled with first review of applications April 16, 2018. Questions should be directed to Catherine Tuck Parrish at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-221-0500.
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The City Engineer, who reports to the Public Works Director, serves as the supervisor for the Engineering Division and directs, instructs, schedules, reviews, trains, and evaluates the activities of the staff within the Engineering Division. More specifically, the City Engineer:
Requirements for this position are a bachelor's degree in civil engineering and seven years of progressively responsible engineering experience including at least three years in a management/supervisory capacity. A State of Texas registration as a Professional Engineer or the ability to obtain such registration within six months of hiring date is also required. Preferred qualifications include a State of Texas registration as a Public Land Surveyor and municipal experience.
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The Engineering division has a budget of $722,157 and five employees: the City Engineer, a staff engineer, two construction inspectors, and an engineering technician.
The City has a Council-Manager form of government, with a mayor and four council positions elected at large. The City Manager, City Attorney, and Municipal Judge are appointed by the City Council. The City has a total 2018 budget of $50.9 million and approximately 248 full-time employees. The City Manager serves as head of the day-to-day operations, implements policies and laws enacted by the City Council, and oversees the hiring of all personnel. The City has ten departments.