- Design Engineer and Project Manager for City Public Improvement Projects, including roads, bridges, traffic control systems, sidewalks, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, water main and street lighting.
- Assists the City Engineer with management and operation of City roads, bridges, traffic control systems, sidewalks, and utility placement.
- Manages activities within the Traffic Maintenance and Engineering Sections to include preparation of construction plans and specifications, records and maps, inspection and construction management, land surveying, traffic management and other special projects, including selection, training, performance evaluations, and discipline.
- Manages and oversees work products of consulting engineers and architects.
- Administers records of City utilities, maps, and bridge inspections.
- Responsible for the review of development site plans as it pertains to engineering.
- Works with Chief Streets Foreman, Traffic Foreman and Parks, Facilities and Cemetery Director to oversee large projects.
- Assists with the preparation, submission, and modification of the City’s Transportation Improvement Plan for federally funded road projects and develops cost estimates related to public works projects.
- Assists with the preparation and administration of the ROW Division budgets including annual operating budgets and 6-year capital improvement budgets.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or similar and related degree
- Possession of a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) license, as required by the State of Michigan, or ability to obtain within two years of hire
- Progressive design experience as an engineer and/or project engineer preferably within a municipality, county, state, or other governmental agencies or an engineering consulting firm
- Demonstrated knowledge of principles and practices of civil, mechanical, structural, hydraulic, utility, and public works engineering; knowledge of traffic engineering operations and maintenance procedures; knowledge of design requirements for various improvements and structures such as streets, bridges, storm drains, sewers and reinforced concrete structures, and knowledge of Microsoft Office, CAD, GIS, Field Manager, ProjectWise, or other computerized software traffic simulation software
- Valid Michigan driver’s license
- Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and training will be considered.