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Engineer I/II

County of Marin
$96,681.00 - $105,865.50 Annually (Engineer I); $101,653.50 - $122,440.50 Annually (Engineer II)
United States, California, San Rafael
3501 Civic Center Drive (Show on map)
May 15, 2024

Engineer I / II


County of Marin

Department of Public Works

Engineering and Construction Divisions

$96,681.00 - $105,865.50 Annually (Engineer I)

$101,653.50 - $122,440.50 Annually (Engineer II)



There are currently three (3) full-time vacancies between the Engineering and Construction Divisions that will be filled at the Engineer I or Engineer II level. Candidates will be considered for the level(s) for which they meet minimum qualifications.


The Engineer I – II series provides technical support of the assessment of infrastructure, engineering planning, development and construction of capital improvement projects, traffic engineering and operations, and review of private development projects for conformance with County standards and requirements. The Engineer I – II reviews, analyzes, and prepares studies, technical reports, construction plans, specifications, estimates, schedules, and correspondence related to a variety of projects such as land development, flood control and drainage systems, commercial buildings, roads, traffic control systems, bridges, and other structures.



Highly qualified Engineer I – II candidates will have the ability to apply principles of logic and scientific reasoning to develop, evaluate, and recommend courses of action or solutions to complex problems. Highly qualified candidates will be able to communicate verbally and in writing to effectively convey technical data and information. Work experience or advanced coursework related to the design or construction of roads, bike/pedestrian facilities, commercial buildings, drainage systems, utilities, traffic control systems, bridges or retaining walls is desired. Ideal candidates will be natural leaders with a desire to learn and grow within the organization, including earning their professional licensure in order to take on assignments of increasing responsibility.



Please refer to our recruitment announcement located at marincounty.org/jobs for details.


How to Apply:

See our recruitment at marincounty.org/jobs for complete instructions.


Filing Deadline:

Open and Continuous.