Sr Engineering Technician

The City of Fort Worth Water Department Engineering Division has a Sr. Engineering Technician job available. An associate degree in Engineering or Information Technology field plus five years' technical experience or a high school diploma with a minimum of nine years' technical experience is necessary to be considered for this position. You will be responsible for working closely with internal and external departments and customers.

Sr. Engineering Technician job responsibilities include:

  • Assist and ensure customers understand the development criteria and minimum policy requirements
  • Research development and encroachment inquiries for engineers
  • Prepare fire flow analysis memos upon developers request
  • Prepare for availability letters for engineers' review
  • Create GIS Geographic Information System maps for meeting
  • Review plats
  • Coordinate developers construction plan reviews
  • Coordinate activities with city staff and external partner agencies
  • Perform simple scientific and or engineering calculations
  • Prepare monthly stat reports
  • Assist with planning and supporting development activities

Sr. Engineering Technician requirements:

  • Associate degree in an Engineering or Information Technology field plus five years' technical experience or
  • High school diploma/GED plus nine years' technical experience
  • Must possess a valid driver license and have an acceptable driving record
  • Basic knowledge in water and wastewater
  • Proficient use of GIS systems
  • Able to read and interpret engineering drawings
  • Proficient computer and analytical skills

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