City Of Greeley Staff Engineer in Greeley, Colorado

Days and hours will vary, Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm, salarynegotiable depending on experience, paid monthly.Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field. Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate. Knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices with emphasis onthe design and construction of streets, water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater drainage. Knowledge of construction materials, methods, and industry standards. General knowledge of personal computers, spreadsheets, databases,word processing, computer aided design and drafting (CADD), geographicinformation systems (GIS), hydraulic analysis software, water modelingsoftware, and storm water hydrology and hydraulic software. Valid driver's license and good driving record. Effective oral and written communication, leadership and time managementskills. Work location is a combination of office and field. Frequent public contact by telephone, email, and in person. Frequent interaction with office and field staff. Frequent participation in meetings. Vision enough to interpret written documents, engineering drawings andinspect work projects. Communication skills to adequately convey information to developers,engineers, contractors, City staff, other professionals, property owners,and the general public. Mobility to inspect work sites for compliance with plans and specifications. Manual dexterity to operate computer equipment and vehicles.Duties: Seeking a Civil Engineer whose primary job functions are to reviewnew development construction documents; evaluate public infrastructuresystems for quality of design and compliance with the City of Greeleydesign criteria, construction specifications, ordinances, and policies;and coordinate with city departments during permitting and construction.Additional assignments include coordinating final project deliverables(e.g. construction plans, reports, subdivision plats, agreements),processing permits (e.g. grading, infrastructure, building), coordinatingand drafting development agreements, reviewing easements, reviewing anddrafting of subdivision plats, resolving construction conflicts,conducting final project drainage inspections, coordinating project punchlists, and participating/coordinating/leading meetings. Coordinate the review of construction drawings, as-built drawings,subdivision plats, development agreements, easement documents, hydraulicreports, drainage reports, geotechnical reports, pavement design reports,and traffic impact studies for proposed new developments. Perform technical research, develop and evaluate design and cost savingalternatives, prepare informative and understandable written reviewcomments, and provide reliable advice on engineering problems. Respond to requests for information and engineering assistance from Citydepartments, developers, consultants, and the general public concerningdevelopment related engineering issues and requirements. Assist in the development or updating of City ordinances, design criteriaand standards. Work effectively and communicate with developers, engineers,contractors, City staff, other professionals, property owners, and thegeneral public.