Engineering Technician I/II/Sr (Flood Warning)
The City of Overland Park has an Engineering Technician (Flood Warning) position available in the Public Works Department within the Stormwater work group.
Responsibilities: Performs installation, configuration, troubleshooting and repair of remote environmental monitoring equipment. Performs routine and emergency maintenance of remote environmental monitoring equipment. Operates flood warning software on PC hardware in Windows NT and QNX operating systems. Generates and maintains environmental databases. Collects data necessary to assure compliance with agreements between the City and other governmental agencies. Performs direct readings of stream flows and maintains direct reading equipment. Provides assistance to Civil Engineer and Supervisory Civil Engineer. Assists with emergency operations, including snow removal, as required.
Requirements: Basic education with additional college level courses in engineering graphics, electronics, computer-aided drafting, computer programming, surveying, mathematics, and construction operations and materials or an equivalent combination of formal education and work experience. Valid driver’s license required. Must maintain an insurable driving record. Must have or obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) within 12 months of employment with the City. No experience required.
Engineering Technician II: Above requirements plus three years of progressively more responsible experience with computerized environmental monitoring systems, including some experience in computer programming and configuration, or an equivalent level of experience. Training in the use of flood warning software (StormWatch), Contrail, and factory-authorized training in the installation, configuration and maintenance of environmental monitoring hardware, with HydroLynx Systems and High Sierra equipment experience most desirable.
Engineering Technician Senior: Above requirements plus five years of experience with computerized environmental monitoring systems, including some experience in computer programming and configuration, or an equivalent level of experience.
No City residency requirement.
Must successfully pass a background check, drug screen, and physical exam.
Normal Work Schedule: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
Sr: $24.54- $30.67/hour
Application Deadline: Open until filled
To apply, please go to http://recruit.opkansas.org.