Under general supervision, to lead, coordinate, and perform public works development review activities; to work with the public on water, wastewater, drainage, flood management, transportation and right-of-way issues; and to perform related duties as required to support the Engineering Review and Inspection division of the Planning and Development Services Department.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited engineering university
Minimum of four (4) years of experience in engineering hydrologic, hydraulic, transportation, and/or traffic analysis and design.
Current registration as a Colorado Professional Engineer or ability to transfer a current registration within one year to the State of Colorado.
Demonstrated ability to read and interpret engineering construction drawings, surveys, plats, engineering studies and technical reports, design manuals, codes, and regulations.
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrated experience as a worker who is substantially independent and successful leading engineering projects or studies and other specialized consultant work.
Effective written and verbal communication skills including the ability to prepare clear and concise written correspondence.
Strong interpersonal skills including demonstrated ability to interface with applicants, consultants, contractors and the public.
Effective organizational and time management skills.
Ability to meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
Ability to effectively multi-task and manage multiple projects and priorities at the same time.
Valid driver’s license.
Have and maintain acceptable background information, including criminal conviction history, motor vehicle record and credit history.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications
Advanced degree or Master of Science in Civil Engineering or related field.
Possess a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM), Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, (PTOE), and/or Professional Transportation Planner (PTP) certification.
Thorough knowledge and experience in public works infrastructure engineering including development review and code interpretation in a municipal environment.
Ability to use computer software including AutoCAD, ArcGIS and MS Outlook, Excel, Access and Word programs.
Knowledge of federal, state and regional programs, regulations and policies dealing with transportation, stormwater, flood management, water quality, and/or wetlands.
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