Building Official

Salary: $8,710.59 – $10,584.17 Monthly

The Building Official plans, organizes, and oversees the program functions of the Building Services Section of the Planning and Development Services Division.

Qualifications:

• Four years of experience in the architectural, structural engineering, building inspection or general construction field;
• At least one year of experience as an architectural field inspector, construction supervisor, or building code enforcement supervisor.
• Possession of an Oregon Building Official Certification issued prior to 12/31/05, or be able to successfully pass the International Code Council Building Official/Legal Management exam within six (6) months of hire; AND
• Possession of a valid Oregon Inspector Certification

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Building Permit Technician II (2 positions)

Salary: $23.43 – $28.47 Hourly

The Building Permit Technician II provides information related to building permit requirements, codes, and inspection procedures to contractors, design professionals, and the public; processes building permit applications; and issues building permits.

Candidates applying for this position may be referred out for other positions in the same job family. Since this position allows for flexible staffing, this position may be under-filled at the Building Permit Technician I level.

Qualifications:

  • Two (2) years of experience in processing building permit applications and possession of ICC permit technician certification; OR
  • An equivalent combination of college course work in reading and interpreting plans and county codes and two (2) years of technical office support experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position and possession of ICC permit technician certification.
  • Possession of a Driver’s license valid in the state of Oregon and an acceptable driving record.
  • Possession of ICC permit technician certification.

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Senior Engineer

Salary: $7,340.47 – $8,919.90 Monthly

The Senior Engineer provides advanced level professional engineering work and technical supervision to professional and technical engineering staff.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in civil engineering, construction engineering management, surveying, or closely related field; AND
  • Six years of transportation-related experience applying civil engineering theory, principles, and methods with an emphasis on maintenance, plan preparation and review, road and bridge construction, and/or design. One year of this experience must have included team coordination or leadership.
  • Registration as a professional civil engineer with license to practice in the state of Oregon within six months of appointment.

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Engineering Associate II

Salary: $34.76 – $42.24 Hourly

The Engineering Associate II provides professional and technical engineering work with the oversight of a registered engineer and provides technical assistance to higher-level staff.

Qualifications:

 

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in civil engineering, construction engineering management, surveying, or closely related field;
  • Two (2) years of transportation-related experience applying civil engineering theory, principles, and methods with emphasis on maintenance, plan preparation and review, road and bridge construction, inspection, and/or design review.
  • Possession of a Fundamentals of Engineering certificate in Civil Engineering.

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Senior Environmental Resource Specialist

Salary: $29.96 – $36.41 Hourly

The purpose of this position is to serve as lead and monitor and perform a variety of work activities associated with environmental management practices; to review and provide technical expertise to County personnel involved in work activities that impact the environment to ensure County compliance with applicable Federal, State and local regulations and requirements relative to instream, riparian, wetland construction work, construction and maintenance of the County’s Transportation system; to provide policy coordination within the County on endangered species and other related environmental issues; to acquire and ensure compliance with all necessary environmental and land use permitting requirements.

Qualifications:

Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental or earth science, botany, horticulture, biology, environmental or civil engineering or related field, and two years experience working in a related field; or college level course work in environmental or earth science, botany, horticulture, biology, environmental or civil engineering, and four years of increasingly responsible experience working successfully with and applying State and Federal environmental policies, regulations and programs.

Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a wetland delineation certification through the US Army Corps of Engineers, or approved equivalent, within one year of hire.

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GIS Analyst (two positions)

Salary: $37.44 – $45.51 Hourly

The Geographic Information Systems Analyst provides professional-level support to end users of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) within Washington County. Employees analyze a variety of statistics and spatial data to create diagrams, illustrations and maps; develop applications using geographic information systems technology, including translating the application specifications into programs; and recommend program actions based on the results of geographic data analysis.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university in planning, urban studies, geography, architecture, cartography, computer science, surveying or a related field; AND
  • Three (3) years experience in geographic information systems design
  • Four (4) additional years of related experience may substitute for the education requirement.

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Inspection Supervisor

Salary: $6,650.32 – $8,081.54 Monthly

The Inspection Supervisor plans, coordinates and supervises the inspection of roadways, bridges, drainage and utility construction within the Engineering and Construction Services Division; and defines and coordinates the work on construction projects in the capital improvement program.

Qualifications:

 

  • A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
    An Associate’s degree in civil engineering and two (2) years of experience in construction inspection and overseeing inspection personnel OR
  • Four (4) years of experience in construction inspection that included overseeing inspection personnel.
  • Must possess a driver’s license valid in the State of Oregon and have an acceptable driving record.
  • Completion of Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) inspection certifications required.

 

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Management Analyst II

Salary: $5,876.45 – $7,141.34 Monthly

The Management Analyst II performs a variety of professional management tasks including analysis of financial, budgetary, administrative, statistical, and operational activities in support of County and department functions and programs,  recommends action, and assists in formulating policy or procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree with a major in accounting, public or business administration, finance, or a related field; AND two (2) years of progressively responsible professional experience in administrative, operations, financial,  budgetary, or similar analysis; OR
  • Possession of an Associate’s Degree in accounting, public or business administration, finance, or related field AND four (4) years of progressively responsible professional experience in administrative, operations, budgetary, and similar analyses; AND
  • Two (2) or more years of professional level experience in a public sector agency.

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Principal Planner

Salary: $31.50 – $38.27 Hourly

The principal planner plans, organizes and supervises professional and technical planning within land development or comprehensive planning; performs a variety of technical tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility; works with Division Manager to develop division policies.

Qualifications:

Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: College level training in planning, urban studies, architecture or a related field and increasingly responsible experience in small city, community, or neighborhood planning, including the development of citizen involvement programs or land use planning and development, including the interpretation and legal processing of land development regulations; experience in the supervision and training of planning personnel.

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Project Manager

Salary: $39.32 – $47.81 Hourly

The Project Manager defines and coordinates work activities associated with project development and construction of assigned capital improvement projects within Washington County.

Qualifications:

  • Three years of professional project management experience that includes leading and managing discrete projects from initiation and planning through closure and evaluation; OR
  • A Bachelor’s Degree or higher in engineering, surveying, environmental, transportation planning, public administration or a closely related field may substitute for three years of the experience; OR
  • An Oregon Project Management Associate Certificate or Project Management Professional Certification awarded by the Project Management Institute; AND
  • Two (2) years professional project management experience that includes leading and managing discrete projects from initiation and planning through closure and evaluation.

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Senior Traffic & Signal Lighting Technician

Salary: $32.28-$39.27 Hourly

The Senior Traffic Signal and Lighting Technician performs skilled electrical work in the repair, maintenance, inspection, installation, replacement, and altering of traffic signal systems, electronic traffic control devices, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) devices, and roadway lighting systems components.

Qualifications:

  • Possession of a high school diploma or GED; AND
  • Three (3) years of work experience in traffic signal and lighting systems maintenance, repair, and replacement; OR
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Possession of a State of Oregon General Journeyman Electrical License or General Journeyman Plant Electrical License.

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Traffic & Signal Lighting Technician

Salary: $31.50 – $38.27 Hourly

The purpose of this position is to perform skilled electrical work in the repair, maintenance, inspection and limited installation of traffic signal systems and lighting systems components; to install traffic control signs; to make decisions on sign replacement; to operate line painting equipment; and to supervise small work crews.

Qualifications:

 

Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be through increasingly responsible experience in traffic signal and street light maintenance operation; college level course work or technical school training in electrical/electronic theory and shop practice, and experience in electrical maintenance; experience supervising work crews or as a lead worker.

Must possess a Limited Maintenance Electrician (LME) license to qualify for positions in this classification.

 

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