From left to right: The city of Snoqualmie hired events coordinator Nicole Wiebe, officer Jayce Gutzler and project engineer Kim D. Scattarella

From left to right: The city of Snoqualmie hired events coordinator Nicole Wiebe, officer Jayce Gutzler and project engineer Kim D. Scattarella

The city of Snoqualmie hires new staff

The city hired a new events coordinator, police officer, and project engineer.

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Three new employees have joined the city of Snoqualmie, filling roles in events coordination, law enforcement, and project engineering.

Events Coordinator Nicole Wiebe most recently worked at the city of Redmond, where she spent 11 years in the Parks and Recreation Department and two years working in economic development and transportation demand management.

She has a background in event planning, tourism, and community and business outreach. Wiebe, who grew up in Bellevue, is an active school and community volunteer.

Officer Jayce Gutzler joins the Snoqualmie Police Department with 11 years of law enforcement experience from the cities of Lynnwood and Kirkland. During his time with the Kirkland Police Department, he served as an operator on the North Sound Metro SWAT team for five years.

He also worked for more than two years as an undercover narcotics detective with the Eastside Narcotic Task Force. Officer Gutzler spends his free time with family and out on the golf course.

Project Engineer Kim D. Scattarella brings more than 12 years of experience in design review and project engineering and management. He previously worked for the city of Maple Valley as a capital projects manager and the city of Tacoma as a project manager and project engineer.

In addition, he was a project manager for capital improvement projects with the City of Sumner. Scattarella also serves as a volunteer TechTutor for the King County Library System.

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