The County of Calaveras was created in 1850 as one California’s original counties. The historic gold-rush towns in Calaveras County offer a glimpse into California’s diverse past, providing modern-day residents and visitors with recreational activities year-round. Outdoor opportunities include water sports at the County’s nine public-access lakes, world-class skiing and other snow sports, golfing at six beautiful championship courses, visiting caves, fishing, hunting, cycling, and camping. Calaveras County’s quaint towns offer a wide variety of restaurants, museums, art, wineries, historical landmarks, and much more. Rich in history, culture and tradition, Calaveras County is nothing short of spectacular. The Calaveras County Water District is seeking a proven manager with strong communication skills and a collaborative approach to leadership as its next District Engineer. The ideal candidate has a proven track record of demonstrated leadership, proven accomplishments, and superior performance in regulatory and environmental compliance. The incoming District Engineer should be proactive, a key negotiator, and capable of establishing bridges, creating partnerships, building consensus, and bringing harmony and cohesion to the various interests of the Calaveras County Water District. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, or a related field, and must have a minimum of ten (10) years experience in engineering, planning or management, including at least five (5) years of management or supervisory experience. Candidates must posses a California State Professional Engineer license.
The annual salary range for the District Engineer is $127,752 - $171,444; placement within this range is dependent on qualifications and experience.