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Assistant Engineer (Civil) – Department of Engineering
The Township of Burlington, Department of Engineering is seeking a full-time Assistant
Engineer (Civil). This position will assist the Township Engineer in planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, controlling, integrating, and completing a variety of comprehensive engineering projects, programs, and activities for the municipality, with a focus on transportation projects, generally involving both the reconstruction and rehabilitation of municipal roadways. All engineering work shall be performed under the oversight of the Township Engineer. Performs related work as required and not limited to the Civil Service Commission job description https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/00519.htm A New Jersey EIT certificate as well as strong proficiency in computer-aided design (CAD) and ArcMap GIS software is required. A New Jersey PE license and municipal engineering experience is preferred but not required.
Pre-employment driver abstract, drug screen and background checks are performed. The Township of Burlington is a CSC and EEO employer and reserves the right to interview qualified candidates prior to the deadline. Pension, vacation/sick/holiday time and excellent benefit package are offered.
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant certifications to Jodi M. Botlinger, Human Resource Office, 851 Old York Road, Burlington, NJ 08016 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
$98,000 – $120,000 DOQ
Project Manager- Municipal Engineering
As the Project Manager, you will be assigned to the Municipal Department. The Project Manager will be
assigned projects and will be given necessary resources and staff to complete assignments. The
Project Manager will report to the Municipal Department Manager.
Assistant Municipal Engineer – ENGINEER
Department of Engineering and Land Use
The City of Rahway, Department of Engineering is recruiting a Full-Time Assistant Municipal
Engineer with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in the design, maintenance, inspection
and construction of projects including the preparation and review of construction plans and
specifications. This position will assist the Municipal Engineer in planning, organizing, directing,
coordinating, controlling, integrating, and completing a variety of comprehensive engineering
projects, programs, and activities for a municipality; does related work as required and not limited
to the Civil Service Commission job description (https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/00623.htm).
During construction of federally funded projects, this position will also require full time inspection
of construction activity. A New Jersey EIT or PE and Municipal Engineering experience is
preferred but not required.
REQUIRED: Graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in
Civil, Environmental, or Mechanical Engineering. Candidate will be required to possess a valid
NJ driver’s license.
Pre-employment driver abstract, drug screen and background checks are performed. The City of
Rahway is a CSC and EEO employer and reserves the right to interview qualified candidates prior
to the deadline. Pension, vacation/sick/holiday time and excellent benefit package are offered.
Preference is given to Rahway residents. If further details of the position are needed, please contact
the Director of Engineering and Land Use, Daniel C. Lee, P.E., C.M.E.
Interested candidates should submit an application (found on City of Rahway website under
Employment link) via email or regular mail by February 28, 2023 to:
Michelle Dalesandris, Human Resource Officer
City of Rahway
One City Hall Plaza
Rahway, NJ 07065
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – ENGINEER
Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority
$5.4 Million Budget, 19 Employees
Due to the retirement of the existing Deputy Executive Director, the Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority (HMUA) is seeking to hire a new Deputy Executive Director – Engineer. The HMUA provides water and sewer service to portions of five municipalities in Warren and Morris Counties. The successful candidate will report to the Executive Director and assist in the overall management of the HMUA. Responsibilities will involve coordination with professional consultants; working with contract documents; project management; maintenance of GIS; monitoring and tracking of operational performance; tracking of regulatory compliance requirements; and various other projects. Candidate must have substantial experience with the operation and management of comparable public facilities, project management, and preparing and coordinating capital improvement programs. The new Deputy Executive Director – Engineer will be encouraged to apply for the Executive Director position when it becomes available. Must have outstanding computer skills, and oral and written communication skills. Bachelor’s Degree required. Engineering degree preferred. Water and wastewater operator licenses also highly desirable. Minimum 7 years of experience required (10 years preferred) in the water or wastewater treatment field with supervisory responsibilities.
Salary range $110,000 to $155,000 DOE-DOQ.
Please submit informative cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Dan Mason at JPM@jerseyprofessionalmgt.com. Please include “HMUA Deputy Executive Director – Engineer” in the subject line.
ENGINEER AIDE – CITY OF HOBOKEN
Under the direction of the City Engineer, the selected candidate will be responsible for managing the right-of-way construction permit program for curb, sidewalk and road openings including performing road inspection services and enforcing the City code related to sidewalks. The Engineer Aide will assist in the coordination of construction of the City’s major capital improvement projects, including scheduling, working with the Hoboken Police Department for traffic control, and preparing community notifications. The candidate will provide assistance in general engineering support tasks to advance the City’s capital program; including the Pavement Management Program, monitoring the flood resistance initiative “Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge”, new City parks encompassing a combined 11 acres, and rehabilitation of municipal parks and parking facilities.
With over 50,000 in population and only minutes from Manhattan by mass transit, Hoboken is a New Jersey success story. Ranked America’s #1 most walkable city by walkscore.com, Hoboken’s south waterfront district has been designated a Great Place and Washington Street has been designated a Great Street by the American Planning Association. Already the fourth most densely populated city in the country, Hoboken’s population grew by almost 30% between the 2000 and 2010 census. Most of the City’s infrastructure was built in the early part of the 20th century, with little reinvestment happening in the years since. This significant population growth and redevelopment has heightened the need to invest more in our critical infrastructure in coming years.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills, and desirable Abilities:
Additional Desired Knowledge
Note: The position description is intended as a summary only of key duties. Other related duties may be assigned as appropriate.
Negotiable depending on qualifications.
**To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Michael Kraus at email@example.com**