Job: ASSISTANT ENGINEER/ ASSOCIATE ENGINEER/ SENIOR ENGINEER, City of Manteca, Manteca, CA

General Information


Job title:
ASSISTANT ENGINEER/ ASSOCIATE ENGINEER/ SENIOR ENGINEER
Job location:
Manteca, CA  95337 United States
Requisition code:
2492587
Date posted:
09/13/2021
Job type:
Full-Time
Compensation:
Job category:
Civil Engineering

Job Description


ASSISTANT ENGINEER/ ASSOCIATE ENGINEER/ SENIOR ENGINEER

ASSISTANT ENGINEER DUTIES:
Plan, organize and manage street, wastewater, storm water and other assigned capital improvement and development projects for the Engineering department

Oversee and participate in the planning and design of assigned projects

Coordinate the bidding process for assigned projects

Train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned personnel; provide technical assistance to subordinate engineering staff, outside contractors and administrators.

Coordinate and schedule construction activities with applicable City divisions, outside agencies and the general public; collaborate with other City departments, outside agencies and contractors in the planning and coordination of assigned projects; organize and conduct pre-construction meetings to provide project information to appropriate staff and contractors.

Oversee and participate in the inspection of capital improvement and development projects in progress and upon completion to assure compliance with plans, contracts, specifications and City codes; monitor and report on project progress; oversee the pavement management system.

Review plans, maps and other documents for accuracy and compliance with established engineering practices, standards and specifications; revise plans as appropriate.

Coordinate various aspects of the right of way acquisition process for capital improvement and development projects.

Serve as a liaison between the City and the Council of Governments, CalTrans, and other governmental agencies and outside organizations concerning capital improvement and development projects; receive and communicate issues and concerns; inspect work of outside contractors to assure compliance with established contracts and specifications.

Assist in the development and preparation of budgets for capital improvement projects; monitor personnel, material and equipment needs and provide recommendations concerning Department expenditures; prepare related budget proposals; arrange payments for outside contractors and agencies as directed.

Operate specialized drafting, survey and inspection tools and equipment; operate standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work.

Communicate with administrators, staff, governmental agencies, contractors and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities and resolve issues or concerns.

Monitor City right-of-way maintenance, utility work and sidewalk repair procedures; assist public with adherence to City right-of-way codes and regulations.

Attend and participate in a variety of administrative meetings; prepare and submit reports and agenda items to the City Council and other administrators regarding capital improvement and development projects and related activities.

ASSOCIATE ENGINEER DUTIES:
Plan, review, coordinate and manage design, construction, alteration and installation of City infrastructure and development projects; prepare project cost estimates and schedules; review bids, recommend contract awards and administer contracts; coordinate resources and information to assure smooth and efficient construction activities; plan improvement projects for system expansion and upgrades.

Organize and direct the planning, design, development and implementation of assigned projects; prepare, review and inspect specifications to assure compliance and compatibility with existing systems and applicable codes, standards, specifications and practices; coordinate project research, meetings, conferences, inspections, accounting and closeout.

Coordinate the bidding process for assigned projects; oversee and participate in the assembly and preparation of a variety of bid documents including drawings, calculations, specifications, plans and support materials; assure bid documents, notifications, awards and related materials are distributed to appropriate contractors, outside agencies and personnel according to established time lines.

Train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned personnel including the review and oversight of work and workflow management; oversee budgets and schedules; provide technical consultation to City staff, administrators and outside contractors.

Coordinate and schedule construction activities with applicable City divisions, outside agencies and the general public; collaborate with other City departments, outside agencies and contractors in the planning and coordination of assigned projects; organize and conduct pre-construction meetings to provide project information to appropriate staff and contractors.

Review and check plans, maps and other documents for accuracy and compliance with established engineering practices, standards and specifications; revise plans and provide comments as appropriate; assure department activities comply with established polices, codes, rules and regulations.

Plan, coordinate and manage the inspection of department projects in progress and upon completion to assure compliance with plans, contracts, specifications and City codes; prepare mandated reports regarding project compliance with City, State and federal codes and regulations.

Coordinate communications and information between administrators, staff, outside contractors, community organizations and the public to assure smooth and efficient construction operations; resolve issues promptly and as appropriate.

Assist in the development and preparation of the budget for design, construction, and development oversight activities; monitor personnel, material and equipment needs and provide recommendations concerning Department expenditures; prepare related budget proposals; arrange payments for outside contractors and agencies as directed.

Operate specialized drafting, survey and inspection tools and equipment; operate standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work.

Coordinate and conduct a variety of meetings; attend City Council and other administrative meetings and provide information concerning design, construction, alteration and installation projects; prepare related agenda items, proposals and support materials.

SENIOR ENGINEER DUTIES:
Plan, review, coordinate and manage public infrastructure construction, alteration and installation projects for an assigned City department; prepare project cost estimates; review bids, recommend contract awards and administer contracts; coordinate resources and information to assure smooth and efficient construction activities; plan improvement projects for system expansion and upgrades for assigned department.

Organize and direct the planning, design, development and implementation of assigned projects; prepare, review and inspect specifications to assure compliance and compatibility with existing systems and applicable codes, standards, specifications and practices; coordinate project research, meetings, conferences, inspections, accounting and close-out.

Coordinate the bidding process for assigned projects; oversee and participate in the assembly and preparation of a variety of bid documents including drawings, calculations, specifications, plans and support materials; assure bid documents, notifications, awards and related materials are distributed to appropriate contractors, outside agencies and personnel according to established time lines.

Train and provide work direction and guidance to assigned personnel; provide technical consultation to City staff, administrators and outside contractors.

Coordinate and schedule construction activities with applicable City divisions, outside agencies and the general public; collaborate with other City departments, outside agencies and contractors in the planning and coordination of assigned projects; organize and conduct pre-construction meetings to provide project information to appropriate staff and contractors.

Review plans, maps and other documents for accuracy and compliance with established engineering practices, standards and specifications; revise plans as appropriate; assure department activities comply with established polices, codes, rules and regulations.

Plan, coordinate and manage the inspection of department projects in progress and upon completion to assure compliance with plans, contracts, specifications and City codes; prepare mandated reports regarding project compliance with City, State and federal codes and regulations.

Coordinate communications and information between administrators, staff, outside contractors, community organizations and the public to assure smooth and efficient construction operations; resolve issues as appropriate.

Assist in the development and preparation of the budget for department construction activities; monitor personnel, material and equipment needs and provide recommendations concerning Department expenditures; prepare related budget proposals; arrange payments for outside contractors and agencies as directed.

Operate specialized drafting, survey and inspection tools and equipment; operate standard office equipment including a computer and assigned software; drive a vehicle to conduct work.

Coordinate and conduct a variety of meetings; attend City Council and other administrative meetings and provide information concerning department construction, alteration and installation projects; prepare related agenda items, proposals and support materials.

Typical Qualifications

ASSISTANT ENGINEER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any combination equivalent to: Bachelor of Science degree in civil or environmental engineering from an ABET accredited college or university. This is an entry level position into the engineering profession with the City of Manteca. Previous experience is helpful but not required.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Engineer-in-Training Certificate is preferred but not required.
Valid California driver’s license.

ASSOCIATE ENGINEER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any combination equivalent to: bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field and seven (7) years’ experience in a civil engineering classification under a licensed engineer in public works or development project design, review/plan checking, or construction management.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Valid California Driver License.
Possession of a valid California EIT certification. In the absence of registration as an EIT, must possess a valid EIT waiver issued by the State of California.
Possession of a PE is desirable.

SENIOR ENGINEER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any combination equivalent to: bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field and three years experience as a licensed civil engineer performing project design and management.. Positions in this class may be filled by advancement from the Associate Civil Engineer class. Internal candidates are eligible for advancement after a minimum of three years experience in the City of Manteca Associate Civil Engineer class. All performance evaluations while in the Associate Civil Engineer class must be satisfactory or better. A master's degree in civil engineering, or related field, may be substituted for one year of experience in the Associate Civil Engineer class.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Valid California driver’s license.

Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer.

For more Information: https://koffassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Engineer-Series-Final-Draft.pdf

To apply visit: https://koffassociates.com/engineering-series-senior-associate-assistant/

OR

Contact: Joshua Boudreaux - jboudreaux@koffassociates.com

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