Public Water Supply Section Assistant Regional Engineer with
responsibility for enforcement and compliance activities for public
water systems in the 15 NC counties served by the Winston-Salem
office. Activities include: 1) conduct sanitary surveys; 2)
investigate monitoring, reporting & maximum contaminant level
violations; 3) investigate public complaints; 4) investigate potential
sources for public water systems; 5) review engineering plans,
specifications & reports for new and expanding public water systems;
6) provide training on water supply rules to utility personnel,
consulting engineers, local & county government officials, & citizen
advisory groups. Will assist the Regional Engineer in overall
planning, management, and direction of the Public Water Supply
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Thorough knowledge of civil and/or environmental engineering concepts,
practices, & principles. Ability to: 1) formulate/develop management
alternatives and recommendations; 2) plan, direct engineering projects
of a technical nature & document results; 3) handle internal & public
interactions with tact, consistency, and sound judgment; 4) establish
and train others on standard operating procedures; 5) communicate
effectively in oral & written format in a clear and concise manner,
including ability to accurately convey and clarify technical
requirements; 6) strong organizational skills; and 7) public speaking
and training skills are essential. Knowledge of computers and
proficiency in Word, Excel, & PowerPoint. Occasional overnight travel.
During field investigations position may be exposed to inclement
weather, noise, dust, fumes, machinery, and insects. Valid NC driver's
Training and Experience Requirements
Bachelor's degree in the engineering discipline related to the area of
assignment; or an eqivalent combination of training and experience. If
there are no applicants at the Journey level, contributing competency
level applicants may be considered. Prefer: knowledge of the design,
operation and maintenance of water supply treatment and distribution
systems; knowledge of federal and state rules and guidelines governing
public water systems. Minimum two years relevant engineering
experience. Professional engineer. Emailed and faxed applications will
NOT be accepted. Internet location for form PD107: www.osp.state.nc.
us/jobs. Degrees must be from appropriately accredited instituions.
Degrees must be from appropriately accredited institutions.
North Carolina Office of State Personnel - 22 months ago
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