SunIRef:Manu:title Stormwater Engineer State of Wisconsin 323 reviews Wisconsin $77,438 - $81,889 a year ++ The Official Employment Site of Wisconsin State Government Home/Job Search Application Information Veterans Benefits of State Employment Current/Former State Employee Diversity Zone Labor and Service Positions Short Term Employment Opportunities Other Government Jobs Contact Us Whats New We are an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. Log In to Email A Friend Printable Version Natural Resources, Department of Stormwater Engineer Job Announcement Code(s): 19-03164 County(ies): Dane Classification Title: / JAC: Job Working Title: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER-ADV 19-03164 Stormwater Engineer WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER-SENIOR 19-03164 Stormwater Engineer Type of Employment: Full Time (40 hrs/week) Salary:
Advanced level: $77,438 to $81,889 annually ($37.23/hour to $39.37/hour). Senior level: $65,520 to $71,884 annually ($31.50/hour to $34.56/hour). PLUS $1.00/hour add-on if active PE license. Pay for current state employees may vary based on the State of WI Compensation Plan, which requires additional DPM approval to offer a pay increase to transfer candidates. We offer an excellent benefits package, including health care, vacation, sick leave, and retirement benefits. Pay Schedule-Range 14-13.
Contact: Julie Jaksa, HR Specialist, ************, ************************* Bargaining Unit: Non-Represented Area of Competition: Open Deadline to : 11/17/2019 Assessment Information: 28062 - 004 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER (Stormwater Engineer) Preview Assessment
There are those who love clean water for swimming, fishing and other recreation, and then there are those who are absolutely passionate about clean water. If this describes you, then the Stormwater Engineer position is the perfect job for you! This position plays a key role in protecting our water from stormwater discharge that may carry pollutants that can seriously harm our waters, such as sediment, microorganisms and toxic chemicals. You would not only provide technical expertise and engineering review of projects, but also lead the development of policies, technical standards and guidance documents in collaboration with other important stakeholders, such as municipalities and the general public. Its a challenging and rewarding job. If it sounds perfect to you,