Government, Regulatory and Code, Quality Engineering
The City of Virginia Beach Department of Public Utilities is seeking an Engineer V that will provide overall management of the Regulatory Compliance Section of the Public Utilities Engineering Division, which includes:
Supervision of 25+ professional and technical staff;
Oversee requirements for compliance with the City’s Special Order by Consent with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VDEQ);
Coordinate with the Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) and other localities on the Regional Wet Weather Management Plan, the Regional Hydraulic Model, and other regulatory compliance issues;
Represent the City of Virginia Beach in meetings with various other agencies including HRSD, VDEQ, EPA, HRPDC, VDH, etc.;
Oversight of the City’s Backflow Prevention and Cross Connection Control Program;
Management for the following Management, Operations, and Maintenance (MO) programs: flow monitoring; sanitary sewer evaluation studies (smoke and dye testing, manhole inspections, CCTV); root control; fat, oil, and grease (FOG); sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) resolution; odor control; wet well cleaning; hot spot cleaning; and various other MOM programs;
AdministerNeighborhood Water and SewerRehabilitation Projects and Find and Fix Program;
Administer the department’s stormwater management program to include guidance and review of stormwater pollution prevention plans, stormwater management design, and coordination with Public Works on stormwater related issues;
Perform contract management administration;
Administer the surveying functions for the department;
Prepare and manage an annual operating budget of $2 million
Assist with the preparation and management of the department’s multi-year capital improvement projects (CIP);
Coordination of projects with several City departments, federal/state agencies (HRSD, VDEQ, EPA), other municipalities, and private sector to accomplish project completion on time and within budget.
Provide support to theUtility Engineering Managerfor administrative/ operational matters and may perform as divisional manager in the manager’s absence
Assist Utility Engineering Manager and Director of Public Utilities in preparing recommendations/reports to the City Manager and Council.
Requires a Bachelors Degree froman Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) approved engineering or engineering technology program with a Professional Engineer (P.E.) license from the Virginia Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects (APELSCIDLA) and 9 years of progressive professional engineering experience or an Associate's degree with 11 years of progressive professional engineering experience and Certification as a professional Engineer (P.E.) from (APELSCIDLA).
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