City Engineer

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This is an extraordinary opportunity to help lead the Public Works Department of one of the nation's most dynamic cities. As the City continues to attract population growth and economic expansion, its transportation and public infrastructure facilities and systems are constantly being improved to serve residential and business needs.
The City Engineer, under the direction of the Public Works Director, will identify priorities that will determine the path of the City's future. As one of the largest cities in the United States, with more than 25 million visitors a year, Anaheim is leading the way in cutting-edge Public Works solutions. Significant initiatives in the next few years will include: Successful development of the Platinum Triangle area of the City including the expansion of uses for ARTIC, the City's multi-modal transportation facility where people seamlessly move between transit services to reach Southern California activity centers and business districts. Transit oriented development in the immediate area will integrate with ARTIC to form a vibrant Southern California community. Ongoing development of the Anaheim Resort. Other major initiatives include supporting the Anaheim Canyon Business Center, improving neighborhoods city-wide, and continuing renewal of the City's historic downtown.
This recruitment is being conducted by the executive search firm of Ralph Andersen & Associates. Should you have any questions regarding this position or the recruitment process, please call Mr. David M. Morgan at (916) 630-4900.
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Interested candidates may apply for this career opportunity by submitting a resume and compelling cover letter detailing how their experience matches the City's best interests. In addition, candidates should include at least 5 work related references and current salary via email to
Candidates are asked to apply by Friday, December 23, 2016. On-site interviews will be held in mid-January 2017. It is anticipated that the City Engineer will join the City of Anaheim at a mutually agreeable date, ideally in February 2017 or sooner.

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