The Modoc County Road Department has one Engineering opening at either the Assistant or Associate level. Engineering work includes conducting cost feasibility and design studies related to roads, bridges and culverts; developing and administering professional service and construction contracts; and reviewing plans and inspecting projects. Job and salary level will be determined by applicant experience. Both positions require researching, analyzing and summarizing engineering data using computer applications; interpreting maps, plans/specs, graphs and statistical data; making complex engineering calculations quickly and accurately; and preparing technical documents, reports and correspondence. Additional duties include record keeping, and interacting with the public via written correspondence, phone and in-person. Both positions require knowledge of engineering objectives, principles, procedures, standards, practices and information sources. Additionally, knowledge of materials analysis/testing, soils analysis, statistical analysis and mathematical concepts related to the engineering process is essential. Both positions require the equivalent of graduation from a 4-year college/university with major course work relevant to engineering. A valid California Class C driver's license is also required.
Requirements for the Associate in addition to those for the Assistant are knowledge of facility design and construction; applicable laws, codes and regulations; and basic supervisory principles. The Associate must represent the County effectively with developers, contractors, professional groups and the public. The Associate should have at least two years of professional engineering experience
Applications accepted until 4pm on 1/22/19. 
Modoc County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in random drug and alcohol testing as required by US DOT.


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