The City of Newport Beach is one of Southern California’s most picturesque and popular beach communities. The City is also known for its fine residential neighborhoods, strong business community, quality school system, vast recreational opportunities, beautiful beaches, excellent dining, and world class shopping districts. The City has a permanent population of over 86,000 residents and a seasonal population of more than 200,000. In the heart of the City is Newport Bay, where more than 4,500 boats are docked within the harbor.
The Public Works Department is responsible for overseeing and managing a comprehensive and ambitious infrastructure improvement and maintenance program. Public Works has an operating budget exceeding $40 million and a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget of approximately $83 million. The Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer reports to the Public Works Director and will administer and oversee approximately 38 staff members, and all the functions of the Engineering and Transportation Services Division. The Engineering and Transportation Services Division is further broken down into Engineering, Construction Services, Transportation and Development Services, and Water Quality and Environmental Programs.
Require a minimum of six years of increasingly responsible professional public works civil engineering experience, three years supervisory experience and substantial experience in managing public works capital improvement programs, transportation engineering, and/or development services, and a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) and possession of current licensing as a California Registered Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering.
Salary range is $172,291 to $209,421.
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