Maintenance Engineers, District, are responsible for the development, management, integration and implementation of a wide variety of functions, programs, plans and staff engaged in the engineering design of all DWP infrastructure & facilities; including, but not limited to, facilities evaluation, capital improvements, development plan review and coordination, construction contract administration, oversight of design consultants, engineering budgets and managing engineering staff; coordinates all engineering related services with DWP Operations & Maintenance staff, other departments, committees, agencies, development community and public officials. Maintenance engineers, district, exercises authority and independence in implementing a broad range of professional engineering services and programs in coordination with the Infrastructure & Construction Manager, Assistant General Manager and General Manager. They will also provide technical and operational advice to upper management, operations group, permitting agencies and affected parties.
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Maintenance Engineers, Bridge focus their work on directing the city-wide bridge inspection, maintenance and repair program and the operation of bridges. Maintenance engineers, bridge are responsible for planning the overall inspection, maintenance and repair program for City-owned bridges and recommending priorities for contracted repair work. They also act as assistant to the Assistant Chief Highway Engineer Maintenance and serves in this capacity as required by absence and are responsible for directing subordinate supervisors, contact with other agencies and the provision of engineering interpretations to resolve bridge maintenance and repair problems are of major significance to the work. Work is performed under the direction of an engineering superior.