City Development Engineer

City of Oceanside

The City of Oceanside is currently accepting applications for the position of City Development Engineer. There is currently one vacancy in Development Services - Engineering Section. The City Development Engineer will lead and supervise the Land Development section of Engineering and will report to the City Engineer. 

The City Development Engineer reviews residential, commercial and industrial development projects for conformance with City, State and Federal requirements; manages, supervises and coordinates the Engineering Division including subdivision inspections and plan review and approval; participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies and priorities; recommends and implements resulting policies and procedures; coordinates design work and plan checking for subdivisions submitted by private engineers; writes specifications and prepares cost estimates; ensures project conformance with recognized City, State and Federal standards; represents the Engineering Division at conferences, meetings, hearings and to regulatory agencies; resolves construction disputes between the City and developers, contractors and the public; attends Planning Commission meetings; coordinates projects with Planning Commission; works with various outside agencies in the coordination and completion of projects; performs related duties and responsibilities as required.

  • Experience:  Six years of increasingly responsible civil engineering experience including two years of supervisory responsibility.
  • Training:  Equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field.

    License or Certificate:  Possession of registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California.

    Apply on the city's website:


Top Stories

Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 10:12

In a sudden news release Wednesday evening, CalPERS announced the departure of Chief Investment Officer Yu Ben Meng. He was hired less than two years ago.

Special Reports

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 04:54

COVID-19 has made it difficult to estimate even the near-term revenue shortfalls for your jurisdiction, but there are opportunities to identify specific revenue streams that will help offset the de