In this essential role within the City’s Engineering/Public Works Division, you will review development applications and infrastructure plans and specifications to ensure adherence to City infrastructure standards, and coordinating with other City departments and design professionals. You will also perform other various relevant duties as assigned including planning, design, and construction management of infrastructure projects outlined in the City’s capital plan. This position requires the ability to create and maintain effective relationships with City officials and employees, and the general public. Demonstrated effective communication and customer service skills are required.
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, or a closely related field; and
Considerable (3-5 years) experience in Civil Engineering and Professional Engineer License or ability to obtain licensure by comity within 6 months to qualify for Engineer II status; or
Entry level (1-3 years) experience in Civil Engineering and Engineer Intern (EI) licensure or ability to obtain EI licensure by comity within 6 months to qualify for Engineer I status
Any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work.
REQUIRED SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Possession of a Montana PE License (Engineer II) or EI License, or ability to obtain a Montana PE License or EI License within 6 months of the date of employment;
Valid Driver’s License (must obtain valid Montana Driver’s License within 60 days of employment);
Offers for employment are conditional upon satisfactory response to appropriate post conditional offer process.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Thorough knowledge of generally accepted construction standards and construction methods, materials, techniques, phases, practices, and procedures;
Thorough knowledge of modern practices of civil engineering related to planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of a wide variety of public works facilities, including working knowledge of hydraulics, survey, road design, water, sewer, and storm design;
Ability to develop complete and accurate plans, specifications, construction notes, and other project documentation;
Ability to effectively and accurately interpret and enforce all relevant codes, ordinances, laws, and regulations;
Ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing, using both technical and non-technical language;
*Please review the Class Specification for a more thorough list of required knowledge, skills, and abilities.