Project employees fill a critical support function for the City of Spokane, they enable City of Spokane to respond to dynamic organizational and community needs that characterize the nature of work in the current economic landscape. A project employee is hired to perform a specific project or work, which is non-recurring in nature or is created by an unforeseen event which will not exceed two calendar years from the date of hire without review by the Civil Service Commission. Project positions are not permanent employment opportunities and project positions cannot be converted to full-time regular positions with City of Spokane. If you have additional questions on project positions please call or email with the contact information listed to the right.
Please review the list below for current project position opportunities. A job listing on this page indicates a vacancy, and that the position is being actively filled.
POSITION OVERVIEW:The City of Spokane's Water and Wastewater Departments are embarking on a strategy for 20-year and long-range planning. Strategic planning is a way to prioritize capital projects, focus efforts, and strengthen operations of water and wastewater utilities to meet the City of Spokane's comprehensive plan goals. Communications and engagement is essential to a strategic path forward and the communications and outreach is expected to require 2 years for both Water and Wastewater Department strategic planning.The Growth Management Act (GMA) provides statutory authority for local governments to plan in Washington State (see RCW 36.70A). The process of identifying capital facilities to serve the growth anticipated in the comprehensive plan and funding for these facilities is an important aspect of planning under the GMA.
This position pays $75,752.60 annual salary, payable bi-weekly, to a maximum of $75,752.60
Accepting applications until 11:59 PM Friday, April 30, 2021.
4th Floor, City Hall
808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99201