Salt Lake City Corporation PUBLIC UTILITIES ENGINEER V- DEVELOPMENT REVIEW GROUP in Salt Lake City, Utah
As a registered professional engineer, supervises and manages City projects and engineering programs, and applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad area of assignments. This is highly technical and supervisory work requiring management experience and a broad background in civil engineering. The position is with the Development Review group of Public Utilities.
Prepares and supervises the planning, design and construction of major engineering projects. Assigns work of subordinates. Resolves personnel problems and has authority to recommend hiring and firing. Provides in-house engineering reviews and supervises informal engineering reviews. Assists with selection of consultants and specifies parameters for projects and scope of consultants’ work. Approves work done by consultants.
Reviews complex plans and assures complete designs follow standards as set by Salt Lake City, various codes or standard engineering principles. Develops program and project budgets, project scopes, time scheduling and phasing. Suggests major contract change orders.
Approves reports of work done and project status. Approves or prepares complex project documents and engineering studies. Monitors and complies with bidding procedures, and meets periodically with departmental staff to review project status.
May direct day-to-day activities for support programs such as engineering records management, permit issuance and inspections, subdivision approval and inspections, traffic control device implementation and maintenance, or Geographic Information Systems and associated engineering computer software and hardware.
Represents Salt Lake City Corporation on various ad-hoc committees or statutory boards as engineering designate.
Serves on general design and project review committees, and suggests projects for development.
Performs other duties as appropriate.
Possession of a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering or related engineering equivalent from a fully accredited college or university, eight years experience in civil engineering and two years related supervisory experience.
Possession of a professional engineer license from the State of Utah. Out of state applicants who possess a PE Certificate must become a PE in the State of Utah within six months of employment.
Possession of a valid driver’s license or driving privilege card.
Ability to lead, develop and support other team members, use computers, and interface effectively with contractors and the general public.
Membership in theAmerican Society of Civil Engineers, or an equivalent professional organization.
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Minimum SalaryUSD $31.79/Hr.
Maximum SalaryUSD $43.40/Hr.
Post End Date4/23/2019
LocationUS-UT-Salt Lake City