The Associate Engineer - is an entry-level engineer and is an Engineer in Training with the Utilities, Transportation, or Engineering and Public Works /Development Services Departments. Duties include: performing site development /construction plan review, Plat review, reviewing citizen requests, performing studies, and providing technical services to contractors and developers.
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment.
- Responds to a broad range of requests for information, service, concerns, or complaints from citizens, businesses, government agencies, and/or other interested parties regarding a variety of civil engineering-related issues. Gathers and analyzes data in order to respond to complaints from citizens. Makes recommendations for solutions based on research findings.
- Manages assigned projects, which includes: overseeing the design, bidding, and construction of projects; participating in the selection of design consultants; reviewing construction plans; coordinating and administering construction bidding processes; administering construction contracts; responding to technical project inquiries; approving payments within established guidelines; monitoring project budgets; ensuring conformance with project timelines and fiscal constraints; and/or, performing other related activities.
- Participates in/on a variety of meetings, committees, and/or task forces to provide technical engineering information based on assigned area of responsibility. Provides expertise by analyzing, reviewing, and critiquing development projects and plans.
- Reviews engineering plans submitted from consultants, surveyors, designers, and/or other applicable parties to provide stipulations, informational, technical, and recommendation comments, ensuring compliance with applicable City rules, regulations, codes, ordinances, and/or other applicable design standards.
- Performs in-house design, detail, and drafting of capital improvement projects.
- Prepares cost estimates and schedules for Capital improvement projects.
- Participates in amending, interpreting, and implementing city ordinances and policies to improve and provide a reasonable degree of safety in response to the changing market demands in development.
- Creates, updates, and maintains numerous reference materials, manuals, and brochures, which may also include forms, checklists, plats, board packets, reports, and/or other related information.
- Provides administrative technical assistance to applicable boards.
- Designs, draws, and prepares a variety of engineering plans in assigned area of responsibility.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil or equivalent engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited program from an accredited college or university.
Engineer In Training Certification in the State of Texas
Work experience and/or academic knowledge in Transportation and Traffic engineering, Drainage and Storm water Management, Water and Wastewater Utilities will be valuable and taken into consideration for selection process.
Member of professional practice organization
PRINCIPLES OF POSTIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE
This position requires providing positive customer service. The key to good customer service is building positive relationships with the public, vendors, and co-workers. Thanking the customer and promoting a positive, helpful and friendly environment will ensure individuals will leave with a great impression. Treat others as you would want to be treated.
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Deadline for Applying : Open until filled