Director of Flood Science & Community Assistance (Director III)

Company

Texas Water Development Board

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Performs highly advanced (senior-level) work developing strategic direction for and administering daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Board’s newly created Flood Science & Community Assistance Division. Work involves (1) establishing a successful floodplain modeling and mapping program to support state flood planning efforts, (2) overseeing existing mapping activities supported through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP) program, and (3) overseeing state and federal flood grants and outreach programs. Work involves establishing goals and objectives; developing technical guidelines, procedures, policies, rules, and regulations; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating division activities; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Recruits and hires qualified staff. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Deputy Executive Administrator of the Water Science and Conservation Office.

Essential Job Functions

  • Guides the creation of the Flood Science & Community Assistance Division and implementation of flood science programs to support regional and state flood planning.

  • Establishes, and oversees a state flood mapping program to inform stakeholders of flood risk and to support regional and state flood planning, including the development of technical standards and procedures for an internal floodplain mapping program.

  • Evaluates and oversees technical execution of floodplain models and data for mapping floodplains.

  • Oversees federal grants through the FEMA CTP program.

  • Oversees state and federal flood grants and outreach programs.

  • Provides effective leadership and management of staff, programs, and the division.

  • Encourages, develops, and maintains partnerships with federal, state, and local entities participating/seeking participation in state and federal flood mapping, mitigation, outreach, or grant programs.

  • Work closely with the Director of Flood Planning to ensure a singular agency vision and consistent approach to flood planning.

  • Reviews and evaluates technical reports for floodplain mapping and mitigation; provides presentations to technical and non-technical audiences.

  • Assists with review and analysis of legislation related to the duties of the division.

  • Presents agency and program information to external stakeholders and state, local, and federal entities, including providing testimony and serving as a resource witness to legislative staff and committees.

  • Oversees procurement, execution, and management of technical services contracts.

  • Manages all project activities within the division, providing technical direction and guidance.

  • Monitors and reports division work activities.

  • Authorizes division hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.

  • Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.

  • Evaluates division performance and recommends and leads improvements.

  • Supports division administrative requirements related to organization, budget, and personnel.

  • Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the division to both internal and external stakeholders.

  • Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.

  • Maintains confidential and sensitive information.

  • Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agency’s records retention procedures and schedule.

  • Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.

  • May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Physical/Natural/Environmental Sciences, or related field.

  • Five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work including: flood mitigation planning; flood risk studies; flood modelling and mapping; or other closely-related technical work.

  • Three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and supervising staff (including multi-disciplinary teams).

  • Experience and graduate school education may be substituted for one another on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Hydrologic/Hydraulic Modeling, Geographic Information Services, or related field.

  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.

  • Certified as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM).

  • More than five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work.

  • More than three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects, programs, and staff (including multi-disciplinary teams).

  • Experience managing contracts and writing and producing technical reports.

  • Experience in using Geographical Information System technology to evaluate and present geospatial data.

  • Experience with hydrologic, hydraulic, hydrodynamic, or other computational/numerical models.

  • Experience with the FEMA and NFIP.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to state and federal flood programs and floodplain management in Texas, and to the principles and practices of public administration and management.

  • Knowledge of hydrologic and hydraulic principles and procedures as applied to riverine and coastal systems.

  • Knowledge of relevant hydrologic/hydraulic/hydrodynamic models, including standard models and methods used to develop FEMA Base Level Engineering.

  • Knowledge of the NFIP, FEMA flood hazard mapping, Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), and floodplain management.

  • Possesses necessary skills and comprehensive knowledge to perform the job.

  • Skills in strategic and critical thinking, negotiation, and decision-making.

  • Skills in project management and grant/contract administration, including time-management and prioritization.

  • Skills in mediation and facilitation to assist customers and stakeholder groups throughout the state.

  • Skills in communicating with elected, local, state, and federal officials, stakeholders, and the media.

  • Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.

  • Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.

  • Ability to lead projects and perform duties as assigned without direct supervision.

  • Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave, and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.

  • Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work with others in a team environment and cooperate with supervisors, co-workers, and others.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work in order to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.

  • Ability and willingness to travel 20% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.

  • Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a driver’s license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.

  • Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.

  • Ability to train others.

  • Ability to assign and/or supervise the work of others.

Salary

$6,999.25-9,418.50/ monthly

Contact Information

All interested candidates should apply via WorkInTexas.com
Texas Water Development Board, Stephen F. Austin Building
1700 North Congress Ave., Room 670, Austin, Texas 78701
Please contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
Phone: (512) 475-2142
Email: HR@twdb.texas.gov
Apply at: Work in Texas www.workintexas.com

19-64- Director of Flood Planning (Director III)

Company

Texas Water Development Board

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Performs highly advanced (senior-level) work administering the daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Board’s new Flood Planning Division. Work involves: establishing a new, legislatively-mandated state flood planning program; directing the development of the first state flood plan; extensive stakeholder outreach and interaction; setting Division goals and objectives; developing technical and other guidance, internal procedures, policies, and agency rules; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating the newly created Flood Planning Division; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Responsible for oversight of development, coordination, support, and review of multiple regional flood plans developed through contracts with regional flood planning regions and that will be the basis for the first state flood plan. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Deputy Executive Administrator of the Water Supply and Infrastructure Office.

Essential Job Functions

  • Responsible for establishing and overseeing a new statewide flood planning program and preparing the first state flood plan including drafting related rules, developing technical and other guidance, and hiring and overseeing staff

  • Serves as a key flood planning technical resource in advising the Deputy Executive Administrator, in developing and overseeing the implementation of critical technical guidelines for flood planning, and in stakeholder interactions including with the legislature.

  • Supports and coordinates the development and adoption of guidance principles for the state and regional flood plans that reflect the public interest of the state.

  • Assists in establishing the initial regional flood planning areas and in identifying the initial membership of the regional flood planning groups.

  • Hires, trains, and manages Division staff who will support the regional flood planning groups and process including preparing materials/presentations to orient and guide staff and the regional flood planning groups in development of the first statewide, regional flood plans.

  • Develops the basis and approach for allocating legislatively appropriated funds for the development and management of the regional planning groups.

  • Oversees development and award of regional planning grant contracts including the associated scoping and guidance materials in support of regional flood plan development and coordination activities.

  • Develops internal procedures to support the regional flood planning and state flood plan development processes.

  • Determines the scope, content, and form of the regional flood plan contract documents, regional flood plans, and associated datasets.

  • Oversees the development of regional and state flood planning data collection and data management requirements.

  • Oversees all aspects of the regional flood planning process including extensive stakeholder coordination and outreach, development of supporting materials including data analyses, monitoring and providing administrative and technical support to the regional planning groups, agency review of draft and final regional flood plans and all regional flood planning data collection, synthetization and dissemination activities.

  • Provides effective leadership and management of the Flood Planning Division.

  • Work closely with the Director of Flood Science and Community Assistance to ensure a singular agency vision and consistent approach to flood planning.

  • Directs the development of the state flood plan including internal agency coordination, developing timelines and tasks, writing and overseeing the preparation of all related materials, including maps, to be contained in the plan. This work will be performed in parallel with the regional flood planning process that will produce plans on which much of the final state flood plan will be based.

  • Presents agency information on flood planning program to external stakeholders, including producing materials to support agency public education and outreach efforts.

  • Serves as a resource witness during legislative sessions or advisory committee hearings, other agencies (state and federal), with legislative staff or conferences.

  • Reviews results of special investigations, internal audits, research studies, forecasts and modeling exercises to provide direction and guidance.

  • Manages all project activities within the division, providing technical direction and guidance.

  • Monitors and reports division work activities.

  • Authorizes division hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.

  • Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.

  • Evaluates division performance and recommends and leads improvements.

  • Supports division administrative requirements related to organization, budget and personnel.

  • Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the division to both internal and external stakeholders.

  • Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.

  • Maintains confidential and sensitive information.

  • Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agency’s records retention procedures and schedule.

  • Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.

  • May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from accredited four-year college or university with a major in Planning, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Economics, Geography, Public Policy or Public Administration, or related field.

  • Five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work including: flood mitigation planning; flood risk studies; flood modelling and mapping; or other closely-related technical planning work.

  • Three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and supervising staff.

  • Direct professional experience with and involvement in public stakeholder processes.

  • Experience and graduate school education may be substituted for one another on a year-for-year basis.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Planning, Civil/Environmental engineering, Hydrology, Economics, Environmental Science, Geography, Public Policy, or related field.

  • Licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.

  • Certified as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM).

  • More than five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work.

  • More than three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and staff.

  • Experience managing contracts and writing and producing technical reports.

  • Experience in public administration of programs including regulation/rule-writing and public stakeholder relations.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

  • Knowledge of and close familiarity with flood issues and the principles related to flood risk mitigation and planning.

  • Knowledge of and close familiarity with flood modelling and mapping processes and GIS mapping in general.

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to flood planning; and of the principles and practices of public administration and management.

  • Possesses necessary skills and comprehensive knowledge to perform the job.

  • Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.

  • Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.

  • Ability to quickly become conversant in flood-related federal, state and local laws and agencies, as well as associated flood programs, flood funding programs, policies, and regulations.

  • Ability to recognize, understand, and act on key interrelationships between science, data, policy, flood insurance, economics, finance, land use, water supply, infrastructure, governance, and public processes as they relate to evaluating and addressing flood risks at the regional and state levels.

  • Ability to coordinate with, convene, and work with numerous stakeholders including other agencies and institutions and technical experts.

  • Ability to successfully develop, deploy, and oversee contracts.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify and anticipate areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.

  • Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work with others in a team environment and cooperate with supervisors, co-workers, and others.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work in order to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.

  • Ability and willingness to travel 25% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.

  • Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a driver’s license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.

  • Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.

  • Ability to train others.

  • Ability to assign and/or supervise the work of others.

Salary

$6,999.25-9,418.50/ monthly

Contact Information

All interested candidates should apply via WorkInTexas.com
Texas Water Development Board, Stephen F. Austin Building
1700 North Congress Ave., Room 670, Austin, Texas 78701
Please contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
Phone: (512) 475-2142
Email: HR@twdb.texas.gov
Apply at: Work in Texas www.workintexas.com

19-68- Coastal Modeler (Hydrologist III/Engineer III)

Company

Texas Water Development Board

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Perform complex (journey-level) managerial work administering the daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Board’s Groundwater Monitoring Department. Work involves establishing goals and objectives; developing guidelines, procedures, policies, rules, and regulations; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating department activities; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Director of the Groundwater Division.

Essential Job Functions

  • Provides effective leadership and management of the Groundwater Monitoring Department.

  • Oversees the establishment of goals and objectives; develops and approves schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving goals; and manage evaluation activities.

  • Develops and evaluates of the team’s budget requests, monitors budget expenditures, and makes adjustments.

  • Oversees the planning, implementation, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation of policies and procedures; monitors compliance with policies and procedures.

  • Manages all project activities within the department, providing technical direction and guidance.

  • Monitors and reports department work activities.

  • Authorizes department hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.

  • Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.

  • Evaluates department performance and recommends and leads improvements.

  • Supports department administrative requirements related to organization, budget and personnel.

  • Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the department to both internal and external stakeholders.

  • Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.

  • Maintains confidential and sensitive information.

  • Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agency’s records retention procedures and schedule.

  • Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.

  • May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Hydrology, Geology, Oceanography, Water Resource or Environmental Engineering or a closely related field.

  • Five years of experience applying or running hydrodynamic, hydrologic, or other numerical models

  • Engineer III – Licensed as Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.

  • Relevant education and experience can be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree, or working towards completion of a graduate degree, from an accredited college or university in a closely related field.

  • Experience with 2D or 3D Hydrodynamic Circulation Models such as ADCIRC, DELFT3D, EFDC, FVCOM, ROMS, SCHISM, SUNTANS, or other models.

  • Experience modeling river/estuary/shelf processes such as baroclinic tracer transport, storm surge, wind wave, coastal inundation, and water quality.

  • Experience using parallel computing (MPI or OpenMP) on High Performance Computing (HPC) systems.

  • Experience processing, analyzing, interpreting, and displaying large scientific data sets in different formats (ASCII, NetCDF, binary, etc.).

  • Experience using Unix/Linux operating systems and scripting/programming languages, such as Python, Fortran, Matlab, Perl, Bash, etc.

  • Experience using numerical/visualization tools, such as Matlab, Scipy/Numpy, Tecplot, Gnuplot, VisIT etc.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to the Bays and Estuaries Department and Surface Water Division, including water management and environmental flows in Texas, and of the principles and practices of public administration.

  • Knowledge of scientific, engineering, statistical, modeling, and hydrological principles, techniques, and procedures.

  • Skills in written and oral communications.

  • Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access

  • Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.

  • Skills in scientific data collection, management, and interpretation, particularly of hydrologic data.

  • Skills in using and applying numerical models, particularly hydrodynamic and salinity transport models, and statistical procedures.

  • Skills in programming/scripting languages, such as Python, Fortran, Matlab, or equivalent, including documentation and version control, for developing and modifying software and scripts for conducting analyses and to maintain automated processes.

  • Skills in temporal and spatial data analysis techniques (e.g., Matlab, ArcGIS, etc.).

  • Skills with using mechanical and electrical equipment, including water quality, water velocity, and surveying tools, such as GPS systems, as well as boats and trailers.

  • Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.

  • Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and to communicate clearly and concisely to internal and external stakeholders, both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work and cooperate with others in a team environment.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.

  • Ability and willingness to travel up to 20% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.

  • Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a driver’s license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.

  • Ability to work days that may exceed eight hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.

  • Ability to train others.

  • Ability to interact with public/government officials to initiate studies and to request data pertinent to studies.

  • Ability to lift and carry 30 lbs. over varying terrain, carry equipment in varying weather, and work in small boats.

  • Ability to operate and transport motorized boats up to 25-ft in length safely, effectively, and independently or a willingness to learn.

Salary

$4,023.17 - $5,551.88/ monthly

Contact Information

All interested candidates should apply via WorkInTexas.com
Texas Water Development Board, Stephen F. Austin Building
1700 North Congress Ave., Room 670, Austin, Texas 78701
Please contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
Phone: (512) 475-2142
Email: HR@twdb.texas.gov
Apply at: Work in Texas www.workintexas.com

Groundwater Monitoring Manager (Manager III)

Company

Texas Water Development Board

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Perform complex (journey-level) managerial work administering the daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Board’s Groundwater Monitoring Department. Work involves establishing goals and objectives; developing guidelines, procedures, policies, rules, and regulations; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating department activities; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Director of the Groundwater Division.

Essential Job Functions

  • Provides effective leadership and management of the Groundwater Monitoring Department.

  • Oversees the establishment of goals and objectives; develops and approves schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving goals; and manage evaluation activities.

  • Develops and evaluates of the team’s budget requests, monitors budget expenditures, and makes adjustments.

  • Oversees the planning, implementation, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation of policies and procedures; monitors compliance with policies and procedures.

  • Manages all project activities within the department, providing technical direction and guidance.

  • Monitors and reports department work activities.

  • Authorizes department hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.

  • Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.

  • Evaluates department performance and recommends and leads improvements.

  • Supports department administrative requirements related to organization, budget and personnel.

  • Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the department to both internal and external stakeholders.

  • Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.

  • Maintains confidential and sensitive information.

  • Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agency’s records retention procedures and schedule.

  • Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.

  • May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from accredited four-year college or university with a major in Natural Sciences, Engineering, Public Administration or related field.

  • Five years of professional work experience in management.

  • Experience in management and/or completion of a management training program relevant to the Groundwater Monitoring Department.

  • Licensed as Professional Geoscientist in Texas.

  • Previous experience with groundwater monitoring operations.

  • Previous experience with database applications.

  • Previous experience with preparing and writing technical reports.

  • Relevant education and experience can be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Natural Sciences, Engineering, Public Administration or related field.

  • Previous experience with groundwater resources of Texas.

  • Previous experience with major and minor aquifers of Texas.

  • Previous experience with public presentations.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to the Groundwater Monitoring Department; and of the principles and practices of public administration and management.

  • Possesses necessary skills and comprehensive knowledge to perform the job.

  • Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.

  • Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.

  • Skills in understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making.

  • Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.

  • Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work with others in a team environment and cooperate with supervisors, co-workers, and others.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work in order to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.

  • Ability and willingness to travel 10% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.

  • Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a driver’s license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.

  • Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.

  • Ability to train others.

  • Ability to assign and/or supervise the work of others.

Salary

$4,917.00 - $6,500.00/ monthly

Contact Information

All interested candidates should apply via WorkInTexas.com
Texas Water Development Board, Stephen F. Austin Building
1700 North Congress Ave., Room 670, Austin, Texas 78701
Please contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
Phone: (512) 475-2142
Email: HR@twdb.texas.gov
Apply at: Work in Texas www.workintexas.com

Engineer B and Engineer C

Company

City of Austin-Watershed Protection Department

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

This position is a member of the Watershed Engineering Division (WED), Local Flood Risk Reduction (LRRR) Section. We are looking for dynamic individuals to join our team to advance our mission of protecting life, property, and the environment from the effects of localized flooding. This position will be directly involved with and closely associate with our modeling team that develops 1D and 2D models for the City of Austin's storm drain infrastructure. The work of the LFRR section also includes the management of consultants and staff to complete projects that will reduce local flood hazards for houses, commercial buildings and roadways due to inadequate storm drain systems. This position is responsible for performing feasibility studies to assess potential solutions to flooding issues, identifying and implementing small scale mitigation solutions, developing stormdrain models, providing technical assistance and conducting reviews of development applications, and assisting other engineering staff with the final design and construction phases of Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) and in-house projects. This position is also responsible for assisting with efforts to identify and prioritize potential projects and activities for the section.

Job Requirements

Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus eight (8) years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

Salary

Commensurate

Contact Information

For additional requirements and information regarding this position and to apply, please visit the City of Austin website: https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/76629

Reference: Requisition Number COA080351

Engineer C (Structural Review)

Company

City of Austin

Location

One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd., Austin, TX 78704

Job Description

This position is responsible for performing a structural review of construction plans and processing permit applications related to commercial, multi-family and single-family development. This includes review of plans to determine compliance with City building codes. This position is also expected to review and comment on proposed rule adoptions or code amendments, assist with developing procedures to administer codes/ordinances and assist internal employees and the public with the integration of regulations, processes and procedures. 

This position is part of the Expedited Building Plan Review team which consists of up to 11 plan reviewers, each representing different review disciplines. The team of reviewers will perform their discipline’s review in a “live” meeting setting with the entire review team, the applicant and design professionals. The goal is to facilitate reduced plan review turnaround times and to expedite the issuance of building permits by making decisions in a collaborative, faster and thorough manner. 

  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills are needed for this position to successfully perform daily interactions with the public, construction professionals, stakeholders, and internal employees.

  • A detailed complete online City of Austin employment application is required to help us better evaluate your qualifications, and will be used to determine salary if you are selected for this position.

  • A cover letter and resume must be submitted, but will not substitute for a complete online City of Austin employment application.

  • Employment history dates must include month and year. Please verify that the employment history, dates, month, and year, on your resume exactly match the online employment application.

Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.

  1. Approve, process, and seal plans/specifications/construction documents by applying engineering standardization of practices and principles of highly technical and complex calculations for applied discipline within the local and state regulatory requirements.

  2. Manage engineering projects that are technically complex, highly visible, priority projects or programs. These projects require a high level of technical proficiency as well as coordinative and administrative responsibility. May require the ability to coordinate the efforts of a multi-discipline, multi-agency project team to complete a defined assignment or CIP.

  3. Identify, evaluate, and provide improvement recommendations with preliminary and final designs and design criteria for assigned program or projects that may be complex and non routine. Provides assistance in the preparation of preliminary and long range plans, schedules, estimates, budgets, detailed final plans, specifications, special conditions and agreements. Provide technical oversight of project progress from design through completion.

  4. Develop cost estimates/track expenditures prepare cost estimates and engineering and feasibility reports and studies for projects. Prepares and or provides assistance with preliminary contract documents, specifications and plans. Prepares final plans, specifications, special conditions and agreements and coordinates and oversees work of contractors, affected public agencies and utilities. Writes complex technical specifications for construction contracts.

  5. Review plans and approve permits by applying complex engineering standardization of practices and principles for applied discipline within local and state regulatory requirements.

  6. Inspect and monitor projects for legal compliance by reviewing work completed by contractors and ensuring compliance to specifications by completing complex calculations that are used to further provide analysis of preliminary results of a project.

  7. Develop cost estimates/track expenditures by reviewing and writing contract change orders in the area of technical expertise negotiates and recommends financial arrangements for changes to contract.

  8. May lead activities of a design team in the preparation of preliminary and long range plans, schedules, estimates, budgets, detail final construction plans, specifications, and agreements.

  9. Conduct field inspections of work done by contractors to ensure compliance with plans and specifications. Drafts and recommends approval of contract change orders.

  10. Research and perform statistical analysis for validation of reports and publication of results in various communication formats

  11. Develop standard operating procedures, policies, and ordinances for various contracts and/or projects. May provide analysis and recommendation of performance of various personnel assigned by contract or projects.

  12. Responsible for designing and maintain database systems for project and/or program areas.

  13. Prepare and deliver presentations to public, city council, or customers.

Responsibilities- Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised:

  • May provide leadership, work assignments, evaluation, training, and guidance to others.

Job Requirements

  • Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus eight (8) years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

  • Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Texas

Preferred Qualifications

  1. Knowledge of ASCE 7-10, ACI 318-14, ACI 530-13, AISC 360-10, NDS 2015

  2. Knowledge of International Building Code and all applicable codes

  3. Ability to read and interpret structural and architectural drawings for complex projects

  4. Experience producing, reviewing, analyzing and/or approving design specifications and drawings for commercial projects. 

  5. Ability to communicate scientific and technical matters, both orally and in writing, to non- technical individuals to engage in problem-solving and conflict resolution; to represent the City, and to partner effectively with citizens and development professionals.

  6. Experience in post-tensioned design and construction

  7. Experience in high-rise design and construction

  8. Experience in heavy timber design and construction

  9. Experience in bridge design and construction

  10. Experience in multi-family design and construction.

Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.

  • Knowledge of diversified, fundamental scientific and civil engineering concepts, phenomena, and relationships, and utilize such changes in solution of theoretical or practical civil engineering problems;

  • Knowledge of advanced mathematical techniques such as trigonometry, calculus, and coordinate geometry

  • Knowledge of modern methods, materials, and techniques of assigned discipline

  • Knowledge of one or more of the following disciplines: Civil, Environmental, Structural, Architectural, Mechanical and/or Electrical engineering terminology and techniques.

  • Knowledge of City of Austin purchasing and contract policies and procedures

  • Knowledge of applicability of established engineering principles and methods.

  • Knowledge of phases of the plans review and inspections processes.

  • Knowledge of preparation of cost estimates and engineering and feasibility reports

  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements within the local and state ordinances and laws

  • Skill in oral and written technical and/or general communication including preparation of written reports

  • Skill in negotiations and handling conflict resolution

  • Ability to perform more complex engineering computations, calculus, geometry, and trigonometry, rapidly and accurately.

  • Ability to interpret and explain maps and other related documents

  • Ability to interpret and make decisions not within established policies and practices.

  • Ability to communicate and provide direction to peers and assigned personnel

  • Ability to organize, analyze, interpret, and evaluate scientific civil engineering problems and provide practical, cost effective solutions;

  • Ability to observe, compares, or monitors objects and data to determine compliance with prescribed operating or safety standards.

  • Ability to use graphic instructions, such as blue prints, schematic drawings, layouts, or other visual aids.

  • Ability to use a personal computer, engineering applications, and data management software.

Salary

Commensurate

Contact Information

https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/76368

Engineer A, B or C (Transportation)

Company

City of Austin Transportation Department

Location

One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd., Austin, TX 78704

Job Description

This position is for a full time transportation engineer located within the Land Use Review (LUR) division of the Development Services Department. As a member of the multi-disciplinary team of reviewers housed in LUR, the transportation engineer will be responsible for the review of development applications including subdivision, preliminary plans and final plat, site plan and construction documents.

This position requires working in a deadline focused environment.

If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program, you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations.

Job Requirements

The position will be filled at one of the following levels depending upon minimum qualifications:
Engineer A:

  • Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus four (4) years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

  • Licenses or Certifications: State of Texas Professional Engineer License.

Engineer B:

  • Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus six (6)years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

  • Licenses or Certifications: State of Texas Professional Engineer License at the time of hire.

Engineer C:

  • Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus eight (8) years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer.

  • Licenses or Certifications: State of Texas Professional Engineer License at the time of hire.

Salary

Engineer A ($32.84 – $42.63 per hour)
Engineer B ($34.80 – $45.18 per hour) 
Engineer C ($36.53 – $48.34 per hour)

Contact Information

https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/76271

Regarding your application:

When completing the City of Austin employment application:

  • Please be sure to detail on the application all previous employment that you wish to be considered as part of your qualifications.

  • A detailed, complete employment application is required. It helps us to better evaluate your qualifications and will be used to determine salary if you are selected for this position. Be sure to provide job title and employment dates for all jobs you wish to be considered.

  • A résumé is required, but will not substitute for a complete employment application. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please include contact information from previous employers.

  • A cover letter is also required. In the cover letter candidates should describe, in concise detail, their interest in this position and highlight any prior experience that is relevant to this position.

Associate Engineer (EIT)

Company

City of Hutto

Location

500 W Live Oak Street, Hutto, TX 78634

Job Description

The Associate Engineer - is an entry-level engineer and is an Engineer in Training with the Engineering and Public Works Department.  Duties include: performing site development /construction plan review, Plat review, reviewing citizen requests, performing studies, and providing technical services to contractors and developers.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES 

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment. 

  • Responds to a broad range of requests for information, service, concerns, or complaints from citizens, businesses, government agencies, and/or other interested parties regarding a variety of civil engineering-related issues.  Gathers and analyzes data in order to respond to complaints from citizens. Makes recommendations for solutions based on research findings. 

  • Manages assigned projects, which includes: overseeing the design, bidding, and construction of projects; participating in the selection of design consultants; reviewing construction plans; coordinating and administering construction bidding processes; administering construction contracts; responding to technical project inquiries; approving payments within established guidelines; monitoring project budgets; ensuring conformance with project timelines and fiscal constraints; and/or, performing other related activities. 

  • Participates in/on a variety of meetings, committees, and/or task forces to provide technical engineering information based on assigned area of responsibility. Provides expertise by analyzing, reviewing, and critiquing development projects and plans. 

  • Reviews engineering plans submitted from consultants, surveyors, designers, and/or other applicable parties to provide stipulations, informational, technical, and recommendation comments, ensuring compliance with applicable City rules, regulations, codes, ordinances, and/or other applicable design standards. 

  • Performs in-house design, detail, and drafting of capital improvement projects. 

  • Prepares cost estimates and schedules for Capital improvement projects.

  • Participates in amending, interpreting, and implementing city ordinances and policies to improve and provide a reasonable degree of safety in response to the changing market demands in development. 

  • Creates, updates, and maintains numerous reference materials, manuals, and brochures, which may also include forms, checklists, plats, board packets, technical reports, and/or other related information. 

  • Prepare reports, memo, letters, spreadsheet, presentation as required.

  • Provides technical assistance to applicable boards. 

  • Designs, draws, and prepares a variety of engineering plans in assigned area of responsibility. 

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil or equivalent engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited program from an accredited college or university. 

  • Engineer In Training Certification in the State of Texas 

 

EXPEREINCE REQUIREMENTS 

  • Minimum 1 work experience in land development and/or municipal projects. Experience and academic knowledge in Transportation and Traffic engineering, Drainage and Stormwater Management, Water and Wastewater Utilities will be valuable and taken into consideration in the selection process.

  • Ability to use AutoCad will be a plus. 

Salary

$65K-$80K

Contact Information

To apply, click here.

Civil Engineer / Project Manager - Land Development

Company

Malone/Wheeler, Inc.

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Are you a licensed PE or an EIT with 2+ years of land development experience looking for an energetic work environment that allows flexibility but has the experience and resources of a local firm that has been in business for over 20 years?

We are Malone Wheeler, Inc. and we’ve been in the civil engineering market for over 20 years here in Central Texas. We have seen our local Cities grow and successfully participated in it – and we’re growing! We have a wide portfolio of projects ranging from master planned communities, urban redevelopment projects, school district projects, and back to public work for local municipalities and all the planning, engineering, and management that goes along with these projects.

We are not a stuffy, corporate, middle-management company.

We’d like to speak with you if you have been doing Civil Engineering, we have positions available for varying levels of experience. We need someone to take initiative and work on a wide variety of engineering tasks including: Civil 3D design, road design, treatment plant design, waterline design and planning, drainage, water quality, detention, site planning, permitting through TCEQ, COA, Bee Cave, WTCPUA etc. etc.

At Malone/Wheeler, you will be a critical member of a team of professionals who value collaboration, fresh insight and bold talent. We strive to provide an atmosphere where new ideas are encouraged, inspiration strikes daily and hard work pays off.

Malone/Wheeler offers a competitive benefits package, opportunities for professional development and much more. Malone/Wheeler is an equal opportunity employer and Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Disabled persons are encouraged to apply.

Job Requirements

Job Requirements

  • Education (Minimum) - B.S. degree in Civil Engineering

  • Certification – EIT in Texas or ability to obtain within 6 months

  • Mastery of MS Office products

  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D, Bentley products is a plus

  • Must be authorized to work in the United States

Salary

Commensurate with Experience.

Contact Information

Angela Salas
Malone/Wheeler, Inc.
HR and Operations
career@malonewheeler.com
(512) 899-0601

Engineer/Engineering Reviewer (Engineer I/Project Manager I)

Company

Texas Water Development Board

Location

Austin, Texas

Job Description

Veteran’s Preference
Veterans, Reservists or Guardsmen with an MOS or additional duties that fall in the fields of 72D – Environmental Science/Engineering Officer, 55 – Civil Engineering, MGT16 – Acquisition Project Management, 32EX – Civil Engineering or other related fields pertaining to the minimum experience requirements may meet the minimum qualifications for this position and are highly encouraged to apply.
Additional Military Crosswalk information can be accessed at http://www.hr.sao.texas.gov/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_EngineeringandDesign.pdf or http://www.hr.sao.texas.gov/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_ProgramManagement.pdf.


Job Description Summary
Professional engineers (Engineers) and engineering reviewers (Reviewers) in the Regional Water Project Development Division (RWPD) of the office of Water Supply and Infrastructure play an essential role in advancing TWDB’s mission by providing financial assistance for the conservation and responsible development of water for Texas. Projects financed by the TWDB range from small grants for small disadvantaged water systems to large-scale regional projects, including one of the largest water infrastructure projects currently underway in the country. This works involves performing routine (journey-level) technical analysis and engineering evaluation of reports, facility plans, construction plans and specifications, construction schedules, contracts, change orders, and other required project and program documents for water, wastewater, storm water, and other eligible infrastructure projects funded by TWDB. RWPD’s Engineers and Reviewers are responsible for ensuring that TWDB financial assistance projects comply with Board rules and design criteria; make recommendations on eligibility for funding and project approval; and ensure that projects comply with all engineering and construction related program requirements. They ensure that project files are accurate and complete, represent the agency at assigned meetings and engagements and may train others. Engineers and Reviewers work under moderate supervision, with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reviewers work under the guidance of the team’s Senior Engineer. These positions report to one of the regional team managers within RWPD.

Job Requirements

Essential Job Functions

  • Reviews applications for financial assistance and advises applicants on TWDB requirements according to the different funding programs.

  • Develops relevant engineering information needed for Board consideration of the funding request and make final recommendations on the feasibility of the proposed project/application.

  • Coordinates with various federal and state agencies regarding project and programs.

  • Performs technical review and evaluation of engineering related financial assistance documents; determines relevant deficiencies, options and recommendations to ensure compliance with TWDB rules and regulations. Reviewers perform these tasks under the supervision of the team’s Senior Engineer.

  • Monitors project schedules, budgets, and invoice costs and/or released costs to identify potential issues or delays.

  • Serves as project manager and monitors contract schedules, requirements, terms, and conditions; review eligibility and approve payment requests.

  • Conducts on-site observations to monitor the progress of the construction of water and wastewater treatment systems to for compliance with TWDB rules and regulations.

  • Assists owners with problem resolution, and verify work is completed in accordance with approved plans and specifications.

  • Manages various aspects of projects, recommends course of action to reduce delays, and documents project files on significant actions.

  • Provides information and assistance to appropriate TWDB staff and clients.

  • Stays informed of changes to pertinent laws, regulations, guidelines, policies, and instructions and correctly applies them to assigned projects.

  • Identifies and participates in internal and external job-related trainings.

  • Maintains current information in TWDB’s projects database (TxWise).

  • Maintains confidential and sensitive information.

  • Ensure individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agency’s records retention procedures and schedule.

  • Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.

  • May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Engineering or a related field OR applicants currently working toward a bachelor’s degree that will be obtained by May 2019.

  • Engineer I applicants - must be licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.

  • Relevant education and experience can be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in Civil or Environmental Engineering.

  • Previous experience in planning and/or design of water treatment, storage and distribution systems.

  • Previous experience in planning and/or design of wastewater treatment plants and collection systems.

  • Previous experience in construction related inspection, oversight or monitoring of water and/or wastewater projects.

  • Previous experience with water laws, federal and state programs and permitting.

  • Engineer I applicants - one or two years of experience in the project review or engineering review field.

  • Engineering Reviewer applicants: must have Engineer In Training certification by the State of Texas.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to RWPD; and of the principles and practices of public administration.

  • Knowledge of engineering principles, techniques, and procedures.

  • Knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and rules for water and wastewater projects.

  • Knowledge of project engineering development.

  • Knowledge of the design process.

  • Knowledge of research, test, inspection, and analysis methodologies.

  • Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.

  • Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.

  • Skills in the use of computer-aided design techniques.

  • Skills in comprehending technical material, implementing planning.

  • Skills in the use of logic to assess options.

  • Skills in identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.

  • Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.

  • Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.

  • Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.

  • Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.

  • Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.

  • Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and with infrequent errors.

  • Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.

  • Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to internal and external stakeholders both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work and cooperate with others in a team environment.

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks.

  • Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.

  • Ability and willingness to travel 10% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.

  • Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a driver’s license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.

  • Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.

  • Ability to train others.

  • Ability to exercise sound judgement and make critical decisions.

  • Ability to develop plans to address identified issues.

  • Ability to identify project risks.

  • Ability to prepare reports.

Remarks

  • Copy of required academic transcripts and/or licensures and driving record must be submitted at the time of hire. Failure to provide required documentation will result in no further consideration for employment.

  • Important Notice: Otherwise qualified candidates who are ultimately considered for potential employment with the Texas Water Development Board may be the subject of a request for any criminal history record information maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Evidence of a criminal conviction or other relevant information obtained from the DPS shall not automatically disqualify an individual from employment with the Texas Water Development Board.

Salary

$5,125.00/ month (Engineer I) $4,000.00 - $4,200.00/ month (Engineering Reviewer/ Project Manager I)

Contact Information

Please contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
Phone: (512) 475-2142
Email: HR@twdb.texas.gov
Apply at: Work in Texas www.workintexas.com