Provides engineering, program and project management services for coordination, design, construction, and operation of the transportation systems, land development reviews, and capital improvement projects which includes roads, bridges, stormwater, water, sewer, traffic control, permit systems and maintenance management. Provides project development and oversight for infrastructure design, development of plans and specifications and cost estimates, contract engineering and construction engineering and provides assistance with the securing of funds through various state and federal grant programs. Meets with citizens, neighborhoods, developers, businesses, utilities, committees, elected officials, state, federal and other local government agencies in regard to projects, programs or any other concerns.
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Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university
5 years of progressively responsible professional experience in civil engineering
Valid Oregon Driver's License and an acceptable driving record
Must obtain Oregon Professional Engineer License within 6 months of hire
ODOT Flagger card must be obtained within 6 months of hire
Must be First Aid/CPR certified within 6 months of hire
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Strong technical background in engineering principles and practices
Fluency in the use of CAD, GIS, spreadsheets, and databases
Excellent communication skills
Additional Salary Information: PLUS BENEFITS
Internal Number: 18-021
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Perfectly placed in the Willamette Valley, 90 miles south of Portland and 40 miles north of Eugene, Benton County has easy access to urban areas with ample opportunities for cultural activities. Combined with outdoor recreation galore in the Cascade Range 80 miles to the east and the Coastal Range and Pacific Ocean 50 miles west, the county's 90,000 residents like to say they "have it all." Whether going out for a day of fishing, hiking trails in our natural areas, planning a family outing to the Corvallis Knights baseball game or shopping at locally-owned businesses in downtown Corvallis -- Benton County has something for everyone.