Conservation Engineering Technician

Application Deadline: 2022-01-20
Job Type: County
Job Description:

TAYLOR COUNTY

CONSERVATION ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

LAND CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT

The full-time Conservation Engineering Technician plans, develops and evaluates the County’s Land and Water Conservation protection programs to meet the goals and needs of Taylor County. Individual performs engineering analysis and computations, creates engineered plans with CAD software, drafts contract documents, solicits and reviews bids and recommends award of construction contracts. Individual also oversees quality control of construction materials and methods, supervises, directs and coordinates contractor performance of construction projects, and prepares and administers the project construction budgets and grant applications.

Applicants must have either a Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in Agricultural, Civil or Environmental Engineering, Soil and Water Conservation, or related engineering or conservation field, or certification as an Engineer-in-Training, and two years of work experience in soil and water conservation practices and survey design; or any combination of education and experience that provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the job. Possess or obtain within one year of hire a Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System [POWTS] Inspector license and a certified soil tester license. A valid driver’s license is required.

A completed Taylor County application is required to be considered for this position. An electronic and printable application is available at www.co.taylor.wi.us/employment/. Applications will be accepted until Thursday, January 20, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. by:

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE
224 S. 2ND STREET
MEDFORD, WI 54451
Email: [email protected]
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

https://taylorcounty.formstack.com/forms/gemp

Deadline Note: Applications will be accepted until Thursday, January 20, 2022, at 3:30 p.m.

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