|STORMWATER UTILITY COORDINATOR|
|SEIU Professional Non-Exempt|
|Under general supervisor, performs a variety of specialized paraprofessional and technical engineering tasks involving the review of engineering construction plans, sewer permit applications, assessment of construction plans to ensure accurate calculation of sewer capacity and various other fees, research and field inspections to determine site conditions and collect technical data, and preparation and maintenance of drawings, maps, reports, and related documents utilizing a computer. Data is collected and maintained in an automated pavement management system which recommends pavement rehabilitation methods based on distress levels. Provides lead direction and training to subordinate staff; and performs other related duties as assigned.|
|Performs detailed pavement condition reports and profile drawings from written or electronically collected field notes for a variety of Public Works roadway related projects. Performs field inspections of construction sites and/or roadways to determine condition, verify measurements, and collect other data. Researches records to determine location of construction site, property ownership, and existing property structures. Provides technical assistance to architects, engineers, and developers regarding plans as they relate to provisions for driveways, parking lots, and roadways; explains plan review process and permitting requirements. Prepares and updates various maps of roadway systems utilizing manual and computer drawing techniques; performs engineering calculations to transform field data into blueprint specifications. Maintains and updates drawings of street edges, sidewalks, intersections and related facilities. Maintains pavement condition database and adds new streets and roadway sections as areas are developed or annexed into the City. Operates computer to enter, retrieve, delete, and/or manipulate various types of engineering data; prepares various projects. Performs other related duties as required.|
|Working knowledge of pavement management systems.
Considerable knowledge of engineering terminology.
Knowledge of CADD and related software packages.
Knowledge of mathematics, trigonometry and geometry.
Knowledge of advanced drafting techniques and procedures.
Knowledge of applicable legal and administrative regulations relative to public works construction.
Skill in the effective utilization of CADD software and personal computers.
Skill in performing technical computations and statistics, analyzing complex data and preparing reports based on findings.
Ability to read and interpret a wide variety of maps, plans, aerial photographs, survey notes and other cartographic records.
Ability to lead, train, and coordinate staff and activities.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to perform field inspections which involves traversing construction sites, walking over uneven terrain, and exposure to adverse weather conditions such as heat, insects, etc. and to lift records weighing up to 20 lbs.
|Associate's degree emphasis in mathematics or engineering and two (2) to three (3) years paraprofessional experience in civil engineering or related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Knowledge of pavement management system(s) may be desired depending upon the program assigned. A valid Florida Driver's License is required.|