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Performs professional civil engineering and related work for the County. The work involves the application of civil and mechanical engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects; position functions as a specialist in an assigned project or functional area within the division. Work will be performed under the direct supervision of a licensed Professional Engineer. Overall goals are set and the Engineer II will schedule the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
This position primarily focuses on Water and Wastewater Planning, Analysis, Design and Project Management, but may also perform professional civil engineering work related to roadways, bridges, storm drainage, stormwater management, and floodplains. The work involves the application of civil and mechanical engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects. Primary focus areas include the analysis of existing and proposed water and sewer infrastructure through the application of computer modeling software and applies engineering principles and related judgment to determine infrastructure performance and necessary improvements. This may include the preparation of reports, graphics, maps and other illustrative materials as necessary for review and presentation to staff, boards, committees and the public. Additional duties include responding to inquiries from the public, developers, engineers, landowners, attorneys and others involved in infrastructure planning regarding procedures, compliance issues and related matters. This work also involves occasional field visits, meeting with parties involved to discuss and clarify issues and explain requirements; advises and assists parties on how to achieve compliance with applicable rules and regulations. May also serve on boards and committees and work with groups as assigned, providing technical support and assistance, often representing the County on a state-wide or regional basis. Project Administration duties also include the management of contracts, grants, writing proposals for awards, scope of work and implementation and evaluates proposals prepared by outside consultants. Other Duties Performs related work as required.
QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (These are pre-employment KSAs that apply only to Essential JobFunctions.)
Knowledge of –
The principles, concepts and techniques of engineering as applied to storm drainage, storm water management, roadway, domestic water, sanitary sewer, and wastewater management engineering, evaluations, computations and design.
Mechanical Engineering Principles and concepts for application to infrastructure projects.
Knowledge of water and sewer system modeling software.
Ability to --
Perform specialized planning work within an assigned project or functional area.
Perform technically sound engineering and related studies and formulate appropriate recommendations.
Conduct onsite inspections.
Interpret and apply applicable ordinances, rules, regulations, standard specifications and details to varied engineering and related situations.
Maintain records and prepare related reports and correspondence.
Communicate effectively orally and in writing, including public presentations.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others encountered in the work including internal and external customers.
Physical Demands: The work is partly sedentary with periods of moderate physical activity, and is performed in office and field surroundings. Typical positions require workers to walk or stand for long periods; lift and carry up to 100 pounds; climb stairs, ladders and scaffolding; bend, kneel, crouch and crawl; reach, hold, grasp and turn objects; feel the size, shape and temperature of items; and use fingers to operate computer or typewriter keyboards. The work requires the ability to speak normally, to use normal or aided vision and hearing, and to detect odors. Unusual Demands: Work is subject to interruptions and inflexible deadlines. May be required to work some evenings and weekends to coincide with project schedules and/or public information meetings. FLSA Status: Exempt Reports to: Engineer III Supervises: None Revised 9/16 Grade 14
Training and/or Education: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering. Experience: Three years of appropriate civil engineering and/or mechanical engineering experience. Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license. Professional Engineering License with 3 or more years of experience preferred Special Requirements: Knowledge of water and sewer system modeling software
Additional Salary Information: Salary depends on qualifications and experience.
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