Environmental Engineer 9-P11 – Grand Rapids District Engineer for the State of Michigan

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The district engineer is responsible for the regulatory oversight of community public water supplies as defined by the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act, 1976 PA 399, as amended (SDWA). The district engineer makes decisions concerning engineering concept and design, operation, and maintenance of community public water supplies, as those decisions relate to public health and the administration of the SDWA. The district engineer serves as the compliance and information contact of the assigned community water supplies. The district engineer reviews applications for permits before the Senior Licensed Engineer or District Supervisor, who is a licensed engineer, issues the permit.

The work location of this position will be the Grand Rapids District Office. However, the selected candidate may be eligible for a hybrid work schedule (combination of remote and in-person) or a fully remote work schedule (with occasional travel to their official work location). Employees approved for schedules that include remote work must complete that work within Michigan. Relocation expenses are not reimbursed. When working remote, employees must use a designated workspace that is safe and professionally appropriate, allows for privacy, minimizes distractions, and includes secure internet access. Details regarding work location and schedule options for this position may be discussed during the interview process. Education Possession of a bachelor's degree in engineering.