Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil - Water / Wastewater, Civil Engineering
4 Year Degree
The City of Redmond invites applicants for the position of Microsoft Senior Utility Engineer, a limited-duration position with full benefits and an anticipated contract duration of four (4) years.
Microsoft is planning a multi-year campus refresh project for its main campus in Redmond, Washington. The project will include 18 new buildings, 6.7 million square feet of renovated workspace, and $150 million in transportation infrastructure improvements as well as new public spaces, green spaces, and sports fields.
The Microsoft Refresh Project has a projected completion date of Fall 2023. Once complete, Microsoft's main campus will consist of 131 buildings with enough room to support its 47,000 existing employees and up to 8,000 more future employees.
The Microsoft Senior Utility Engineer candidate possesses the minimum qualifications listed below.
Manage water, wastewater, stormwater and/or stream and habitat restoration projects; from inception to final design, in partnership with Construction project managers, including selecting and managing consultant teams and developing scope, schedule, and budget.
Field work including investigation and resolution of citizen inquiries and complaints, condition assessment, and in-field consultation during project construction.
Review of capital projects for compliance with regulations and design standards.
Research technical issues and provide technical expertise to other City departments.
Manage or support long-range utility infrastructure planning efforts, including functional plans, as well as asset management, data collection, and analysis.
Maintain and update water, sewer, and stormwater system models.
Located between Washington's dramatic Cascade mountain range and sparkling Puget Sound, and surrounded by towering evergreen forests, Redmond is known for its natural beauty. Redmond has a residential population of approximately 47,600 in 2005. It encompasses an area of over 16.85 square miles and is located less than 20 miles east of downtown Seattle, at the north end of Lake Sammamish. The city prides itself for its high quality of life with good schools, a healthy economic base, a parks system that provides a variety of active and passive recreational opportunities, diverse offerings for shopping and dining, safe neighborhoods, and an emphasis on quality development and protection of the natural environment.
The City employs approximately 580 regular employees, and offers a great benefits package including: medical, dental and vision insurance, and an employer matched retirement.