The City of Lake Oswego is a full-service city and provides direct oversight of water, wastewater, stormwater, and transportation infrastructure. Under the general direction of the City Engineer, this position is responsible for providing assistance in planning, organizing and directing the implementation of the City’s Capital Improvement Plan, and development of master plans for the various utilities. The Assistant City Engineer may serve as the City Engineer in their absence and performs special projects as assigned in support of the overall Department.
Education and Experience:
A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field, and 10-15 years related experience, including some supervisory experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
A Professional Engineer registration is required for the Assistant City Engineer role.
For a complete list of the essential duties, knowledge, skills and abilities required, and physical and mental demands please review the complete job description.
Located in the Portland Metro area and northwestern corner of Clackamas County on the banks of the scenic Willamette River and hugging the shore of a 405-acre lake, Lake Oswego is nestled among many of Oregon’s greatest attractions: Mount Hood, the Oregon Coast, the Columbia Gorge and nearby vineyards, farmlands, and forests. Lake Oswego is also ideally situated close to Oregon’s major metropolitan areas – just eight miles south of downtown Portland and about 45 minutes north of the state capitol in Salem.
Lake Oswego is considered one of the finest residential areas in Oregon. Unlike some communities its size, Lake Oswego offers full-service police and fire protection, a celebrated library, and parks system.