City Engineer

Location
Prescott, Arizona
Salary
Up to $132,188.00 annually
Posted
May 18, 2022
Closes
Jun 17, 2022
Position Type
Engineer
Organization Type
Government

Essential Duties:

· Reviews, processes, and approves private development engineering plans, reports, model outputs, and any other information related to City public infrastructure to ensure compliance with applicable City, county, state, and federal codes and guidelines.

· Performs highly complex program and project management that includes one or more functional areas such as engineering design, plan review, transportation, construction, planning, surveying, and/or mapping and general civil engineering pertaining to utilities, roadways, drainage and other public facilities.

· Coordinates with others to resolve problems during construction that require the expertise of a professional engineer.

· Assists other Division Managers with reviews, processes, and approval of City and private development engineering plans to ensure compliance.

· Coordinates with other departments and divisions to resolve construction phase problems and requested changes.

· Ensures coordination takes place between private development review/processing/approval activities and planned infrastructure improvements.

· Assists in updating the General Engineering Standards to include technical specifications and standard details.

· Provides CADD designs for water, sewer, transportation, drainage, and other infrastructure improvements.

· Coordinates and/or resolves questions and concerns from the public; represents the City at internal and external meetings involving utilities and other infrastructure.

· Leads small in-house design projects.

· Attends public meetings for Capital Improvement Projects.

· Provides supervision and oversight of the Engineering team's technical staff addressing engineering, storm water management, surveying, environmental, and development review issues.

· Meets with citizens and professional groups to discuss active and proposed projects, concerns, and possible solutions.

· Attends meetings and makes technical presentations to stakeholder groups, executive City leadership, and City Council.

· Establishes and maintains relationships with internal City departments as well as external partners such as the ADOT, other governmental agencies in the Quad City area and community, advocacy, or interest groups such as developers, contractors, etc.

· Provides leadership and supervises assigned staff.

· Provides mentorship and leadership to staff particularly as it relates to professional and technical development, P.E. registration, on-going training, and education.

· Identifies ways of improving work processes and cost controls.

· Develops and manages project and division budgets.

· Performs other duties as assigned.