ENGINEERING AIDTULARE COUNTY HR & DEVELOPMENT
Assist with routine office or field engineering work; assist in checking subdivision maps, land surveys, municipal and district boundaries; calculate distance, lines, direction and elevations in surveying tasks using various tools such as tapes, plum bobs, tension meters, hand levels and sight rods; help in sampling and testing groundwater at County landfills/solid waste sites; prepare maps and drawings from sketches and notes, using manual and computer assisted drafting (CAD) methods; make routine computations in assisting with technical problems; assist in monitoring construction projects to ensure work is being completed in accordance with project plans and specifications and assist in determining progress payments for work performed; keep records and make simple adjustments to equipment such as radar meters, traffic counters, and groundwater sampling equipment; drive mobile equipment for survey and sample crews, and may help in soils investigations.
Education/Experience: Any combination of education and experience that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be completion of the twelfth grade with courses in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and drafting.
Knowledge of: Basic algebra, geometry and trigonometry; simple drafting equipment and usage.
Skill/Ability to: Make accurate, basic engineering math calculations; read and interpret technical materials such as maps, procedural and operational manuals; communicate technical information to others orally or through sketches, diagrams, and drawings; compute data and keep legible and accurate records; read numbers or precision measuring instruments such as dials, meters, and tapes; apply safety rules; work closely and cooperatively with small crew.
Desirable Employment Standards: Ability to speak, read and write fluently in Spanish.