Engineer III-IV

San Joaquin County
(209) 468-3370

The San Joaquin County Public Works Department is seeking dynamic and experienced individuals to join a progressive, public service employer. 

The current vacancies are in the Water Resources and Flood Management Division and will be filled at either the Engineer III or Engineer IV level depending on qualifications.

While the Engineer III is unlicensed and the Engineer IV is licensed, both perform advanced 
professional field and office engineering work, while providing professional engineering judgment on 
projects and studies, and may supervise engineering staff.    

These positions will  be  involved  with  projects  relating  to  flood  management,  flood‐way  encroachments,  hydraulic  analysis  and  design,  groundwater  management planning,  hydrogeology,  municipal  stormwater  quality  program  management,  land use applications and Public Public Works permitting. 

Both levels require a valid California driver’s license.

Engineer III: Four years of progressively responsible and varied civil engineering experience equivalent to Engineer I in San Joaquin County; and possession of a valid Engineer-in-Training certificate as issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.
Engineer IV:  Possession of a valid certification of registration as a Civil or Traffic Engineer issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.

For a complete job description, please visit the San Joaquin County Employment website at  Online application packets – which include an Employment Application and Supplemental Questionnaire – must be submitted by the final filing. For information call (209) 468-3370 or visit our website at  EOE.


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