|ENGINEERING DESIGN MANAGER|
|Performs professional and administrative engineering work managing the Design Section of the Project/Construction Management Bureau. Responsibilities include supervising operations and performing engineering and technical studies and coordinating projects dealing with roadway, drainage, sanitary, and park improvements. Work also includes review and coordination of design projects submitted by outside consultants. Work is performed under the supervision of the Deputy Bureau Chief, Project/Construction Management, and performance is reviewed from an overall standpoint through reports submitted, conferences, and results obtained.|
|Plans, coordinates, schedules, assigns and supervises the operations of the Engineering Design Section which includes development, review of and approval of design projects for roadway, drainage, sanitary and park improvements submitted by both in-house engineers and outside consultants; signs and seals all project plans and specifications.
Consults with client Bureau representatives to establish scope, feasibility, budget and time requirements for projects.
Reviews drawings and bid documents for conformance with standards and scope of project.
Develops, defines and plans acceptable standards of methods and materials to be used in design of projects.
Monitor projects to ensure completion within established production schedule and construction budgets.
Coordinates projects with other governmental jurisdictions, to include state and federal agencies and private sector contractors and consultants as applicable.
Participates in the development of specifications and contract negotiations for outside contractors; monitors contractor's work to ensure compliance with contractual requirements.
Provides training and assistance to Civil Engineers and CADD Technician in the performance of their duties.
Performs other duties as needed to facilitate the accomplishment of Bureau's goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering.
Knowledge of computer utilization in engineering design.
Knowledge of modern methods and techniques applied to the design, construction and maintenance of public works projects and municipal facilities.
Knowledge of modern developments, current literature and sources of information regarding design and construction of various Public Works projects.
Knowledge of applicable laws and regulatory codes pertinent to construction and design.
Considerable knowledge of environmental control principles, standards, and accepted practices.
Skill in the use of computerized engineering design and drafting programs, instruments and apparatus.
Ability to read, interpret, and evaluate construction plans against code requirements and to recognize deviations from such plans in building construction.
Ability to detect omissions or errors in construction drawings and specifications and make corrective recommendations.
Ability to perform advanced engineering calculations.
Ability to review and interpret professional/technical engineering reports and provide advice regarding problems and/or solutions.
Ability to plan, coordinate and direct the operations of several professional and technical employees.
Ability to prepare technical specifications and monitor the work of outside contractors.
Ability to conduct inspections of construction sites to verify information or progress of work which requires walking, climbing and bending.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, contractors, representatives of other agencies, and the general public.
|Bachelor's degree in Civil or Sanitary Engineering and five (5) years experience in the planning, design and management of civil/sanitary improvement projects, two (2) years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Florida Registration as Professional Engineer (P.E.) required.|