City Engineer - City of Sheridan, Wyoming

The City of Sheridan, located off I-90 in the shadow of the Bighorn Mountains, is a northern Wyoming city that prides itself on a vibrancy that blends home town feel with amenities found in larger cities. Its historic downtown is recognized as being one of the most attractive and functional in the region. Home to Sheridan College and award winning elementary and secondary schools, Sheridan boasts an outstanding education system. A growing and active family oriented community, Sheridan offers endless recreational and cultural opportunities.

The City of Sheridan is actively recruiting a collaborative, energetic, team-oriented professional with a strong engineering background to serve as its next City Engineer. This position reports to the Public Works Director and is responsible for leading and managing the operations of the Engineering Division, including preparation and implementation of the City's Capital Improvement Pan. Key responsibilities include managing the design, bidding and awarding of contracts for capital improvement projects, communication and outreach to the community concerning City construction projects, preparing and monitoring the annual division budget and performing floodplain administration duties.

Minimum qualifications of the position include a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field from an accredited college, three to five years of related experience and Professional Engineer's license.

Salary range for this position is $81,036 - $105,190 annually with an excellent benefit package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, state pension benefits and paid time off. Interested qualified applicants may apply by submitting a City of Sheridan application to the City of Sheridan, 55 Grinnell Plaza. Full job description and job application can be found at www.sheridanwy.net. The deadline for applications is Friday, August 10th, 2018. The City of Sheridan is a drug-free workplace.

 

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