Shoreline is an inclusive City that endeavors to build a work culture which embraces diversity, encourages participation, and promotes equity.
The City of Shoreline is going through an exciting period of growth and development including support of light rail extending through the City, improvements to schools, increased density and development to support the City's vision for growth.
The Public Works Department recently received APWA Accreditation and is seeking an energetic and experienced person to be part of our team and serve the needs of the community. We are looking for an experienced engineer with strong customer service focus in supporting development and with the ability to effectively communicate with a variety of customers including engineers, contractors, inspectors and the public. The position requires good understanding of engineering codes, standards and best management practices specifically stormwater, wastewater, and roadway.
To provide responsible engineering assistance in the review of private development projects, including inspection and approval, in coordination with the Public Works and Planning and Community Development Departments; to oversee and coordinate the permitting and inspection of projects and activities in the City right-of-way; and to perform various office and field duties as required. Pay Range: $81,764.00 - $103,624.00 Annually
To provide responsible professional engineering assistance in the review of private development projects, including inspection and approval, in coordination with the Planning and Community Development and Public Works departments; to develop and update codes, standards, practices related to private development of public infrastructure; to serve as the project manager for various permits and projects as assigned; and to perform various office and field duties as required. Pay Range: $90,253.00 - $114,381.00 Annually
Engineer II is an advanced journey level classification. Positions at this level are distinguished from the Engineer I – Development Review by the license achieved, the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned. Employees perform the most difficult and responsible types of duties including the most complex projects. Employees at this level are required to be fully trained in all procedures related to assigned area or responsibility and to work independently.
Please review a complete list of essential functions and qualifications here:
Engineer I - DR
Engineer II - DR
For Engineer II - DR: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Washington. (Certification from another state is acceptable with the ability to obtain Washington State certification within 6 months).
Possession of state issued valid Driver's License
All candidates will be considered for each position based on their qualifications unless they specify otherwise in Supplemental Questions.