State of Washington Class Specification
As a college or university graduate of an accredited four-year institution, trains for and performs first-year professional engineering, architecture, or allied assignments.
Incumbents in this class carry a Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, urban planning, or related discipline.
Incumbents normally advance to the next higher level class in their technological field following completion of an approved in-training plan of 6-24 months in duration.
There may be instances where individual positions must have additional licenses or certification. It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure the appropriate licenses/certifications are obtained for each position.
A Bachelor's degree involving major study in mechanical, electrical, chemical, civil, environmental engineering, architecture, urban planning, or a related field.
College or university students, including state employees, who are enrolled and scheduled to complete their degree requirements within 9 months may apply. The degree must be achieved, however, prior to appointment.
Note: Selective certification may be requested and applied to designated disciplines and/or internship/fellowship/work-study programs.
Class Specification History
New class: 6-12-92
Revised definition, distinguishing characteristics, minimum qualifications and title change (formerly College Career Graduate - Computer and Engineering Technology): 7-1-99
Revised title, definition, distinguishing characteristics, and minimum qualifications: 9-13-02
New class code: (formerly 09234) effective July 1, 2007