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|Company / Business Name:||Colville Confederated Tribes|
The Twelve Bands compose the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation:
Chelan, Chief Joseph Band of Nez Perce, Colville, Eniat, Lakes, Methow, Moses-Columbia, Nespelem, Okanogan, Palus, San Poil, Wenatchi
Total Size: 1.4 Million Acres (2,100 Square Miles), Tribal Enrollment Total: 9,520
|Employment Areas:||Engineering; Environment|
|Office Address:||12 Colville Street|
|ZIP / Post Code:||99155|
|Phone:||See the relevant job posting below for the correct number (if available).|
Job Listings for this Employer:
over 3 months ago
Wenatchee - Washington - USAEngineering, Environment
POSITION: Principal Engineer (Project PE) – Anadromous Fish - SALARY: $68,314 to $81,135 DOE - REPORTS TO: Principal Fisheries...
Skills Needed: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSView this Job
(Education and Training):
A Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in civil or environmental engineering from an ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) accredited college or university AND 60 months of relevant experience in riverine hydrology and hydraulics, stream restoration and fish passage design projects.
A Master of Science (M.S.) Degree in civil or environmental engineering from an ABET accredited college or university AND 48 months of relevant experience in riverine hydrology and hydraulics, stream restoration and fish passage design projects.
(Knowledge Skills and Abilities):
Must possess expert knowledge of professional engineering practices and principles specific to wetland and stream habitat restoration and enhancement.
Must possess knowledge of anadromous and resident fish life histories, behavior, and passage requirements.
Must demonstrate strong project management and coordination skills that include the application of quality control and quality assurance measures.
Demonstrated ability to plan, develop and execute complex fish and wildlife habitat restoration and enhancement projects in collaboration with a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary staff.
Demonstrated ability to analyze complex hydrologic situations and develop robust design alternatives for habitat restoration and enhancement projects, such as bridges, culverts and other in-stream structures.
Demonstrated experience conducting hydraulic and hydrologic modeling of riverine systems including experience with HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, TR-20, and SWMM models.
Ability to use creativity, expertise, and sound judgment to solve complex problems to restore or enhance habitat that results in increased fish production and improved ecological function.
Demonstrated experience working within regulatory processes, including meeting federal, state, Tribal, and local permitting requirements for riverine and wetlands projects.
Demonstrated ability to prepare of detailed and accurate written reports.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with Tribal, federal, state, and county officials, and the general public.
Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate activities and schedules to ensure efficient operation of work. Effectively resolves logistical problems.
Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work to achieve results, goals, and objectives on time.
Must understand and follow applicable regulations and standards to maintain a safe work environment. Reminds others of safety practices to minimize the likelihood of accidents.
Demonstrated ability to effectively handle adverse situations, making appropriate decisions while working calmly and accurately.
Must submit college transcripts from an ABET accredited institution.
Requires a valid State of Washington Professional Engineer License.
Requires ability to be bonded.
Work history must reflect excellent attendance.
Must be able to work effectively in remote, rugged terrain (steep, wet, muddy, uneven ground) under all weather conditions.
Must be able to repetitively lift up to 50 lbs.
Must be able to complete repetitive tasks, such as typing.
Must be able to sit or stand for considerable periods of time (hours).
Must be willing and able to work extended hours at times.
Must be willing to travel for meetings, training and conference participation as necessary.
Must work effectively in a multi-cultural environment as a team member in a pleasant and efficient manner.
Must successfully clear a Criminal Background Check and maintain throughout the duration of employment.
NOTE: This position has been identified as a “Safety Sensitive” position. Pursuant to CCT policies, this position is subject to pre-employment, post-accident, and reasonable suspicion drug testing.
TRIBAL MEMBER AND INDIAN PREFERENCE WILL APPLY; PREFERENCE WILL ALSO BE GIVEN TO HONORABLY DISCHARGED VETERANS WHO ARE MINIMALLY QUALIFIED WITHIN EACH INDIAN PREFERENCE CODE.
NEW: Effective May 12, 2014: All notifications from the Human Resources will be sent by , Please make sure your address is entered on your application.
CLOSING DATE: This position is Open until Filled with 1st review date February 22nd 2019
INFORMATION:Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Human Resources Office
P. O. Box 150
Nespelem, WA 99155
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Principle Engineer JobPosted by Colville Confederated Tribes