The Port of Long Beach, one of the world’s busiest seaports and a leading gateway for international trade, is seeking an exceptional leader with a strong engineering design background to serve as the Assistant Director of Engineering Design. The Engineering Design Division is responsible for providing comprehensive engineering design services including, but not limited to, preparation of bid packages, updating and enforcing design criteria and standards, preparation of technical studies/reports, drafting services, GIS services, and other engineering consultation services to Port divisions, tenants, governmental entities and utility companies. The Assistant Director of Engineering Design supervises and manages the Engineering Design Division staff involved in the investigation, development, design, plan review and construction of a wide variety of municipal, harbor, engineering and building projects.
A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an accredited four-year college is required. A Master’s degree in the above discipline is highly desirable. A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible engineering design and management experience. At least five years supervising staff, including two years in a key management role, and two years of experience working with Port or related Public Works projects of similar scale and complexity is required. This qualifying experience must have been attained after successful graduation from a four year accredited college with a Bachelor's degree in Engineering. The annual salary is up to $165,000 with excellent executive level benefits.
Final filing date is March 13, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. Detailed job posting with filing instructions are posted at www.polb.com/jobs. The posting can be found on the right hand side under “Current Executive Leadership Openings”.
The Port of Long Beach is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About Port of Long Beach
The Port of Long Beach, one of the world's busiest seaports, is an international gateway for the reliable, efficient and sustainable movement of goods and a leader in environmental stewardship. Credited with moving $194 billion in trade, the Port serves as a critical hub for international commerce and is a major transportation center. East Asian trade accounts for more than 90 percent of Long Beach shipments, with the top trading partners being China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Taiwan. Port-related international trade has wide-ranging economic impact, supporting millions of jobs that benefit the region and entire country.
To learn more about the Port of Long Beach, visit our website: www.polb.com