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Research, design, and manage installation and maintenance of electrical and controls equipment, components, or systems for water distribution, wastewater collection or assigned facility. Supervise or lead staff responsible for performing a wide variety of engineering, electrical, controls, instrumentation or SCADA work.
Minimum Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Electrical Engineering or related field, plus six (6) years Professional Electrical Engineering experience.
- Possess a Valid New Mexico Driver's License or a Valid Driver's License from another State converted to New Mexico within 1 month
- Driving Record consistent with being issued an Authority Operator Permit by Risk Management
- Annual Audiogram is required if assigned to Plant Groundwater
- Licensed as Professional Engineer in State of New Mexico preferred. May substitute PE License from another state recognized by the State of New Mexico, with the ability to obtain New Mexico License within one year from date of hire.
$79,684.8 - $105,164.8 Annually
- Electrical Engineering
- Professional Engineer
- Risk Management