City Of Greeley Civil Engineer in Greeley, Colorado

Days and hours will vary, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm, salarynegotiable depending on experience, paid monthly.Requirements: Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering or a similar engineering degree alongwith civil engineering experience and training. Colorado Professional Engineer registration. Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification a plus. Five years experience in municipal engineering or related work experience. Valid driver's license and good driving record. Thorough knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices concerningmunicipal public works applications with emphasis on the design andconstruction of street, drainage, and traffic improvements. Knowledge of laws, regulations, procedures, and municipal processesrelating to land development and Public Works projects. Knowledge of the materials, design methods, construction techniques,and the costs of construction of Public Works and utility improvements. Skill in the use and care of engineering design tools. Solid knowledgeof MS Office Suite, working knowledge of AutoCAD design drafting,stormwater modelling software, geographic information systems, andsurvey equipment. Effective oral and written communication, leadership, and timemanagement skills. Work location is a combination of office and field. Frequent public contact by telephone and in person. Frequent interaction with office and field staff. Frequent participation in meetings.Duties: Act as the Program Manager for development activities involvinginfrastructure design and construction of capital improvement projects(CIP). Requires independent judgment and initiative. Primary assignmentsinclude review of new development projects, design and management of publicworks capital improvement projects, coordination with engineeringconsultants and maintenance of City engineering records. Coordination withtechnical boards, infrastructure permit administration ordinanceenforcement, utility company coordination, coordination with theDivision's Asset Management Program, and supervision of Staff Engineers,Engineering Technicians, and Engineering Assistants. Perform technical research, develop and evaluate alternatives, prepareinformative and understandable reports, and provide reliable advice onengineering problems. Respond to requests for information and engineering assistance from otherDepartments, developers, consultants, and the public concerningengineering records, addressing development requirements, and specialprojects. Occasionally attend advisory boards, Planning Commission, or CityCouncil meetings to explain engineering details, Department concerns,or programs. Review and comment on proposed Federal or State regulations. Assist in the development or updating of City ordinances, designcriteria, and standards. Provide project management for the design and maintenance of major capitalimprovement projects and engineering or planning studies, participate in theselection of consultants, obtain and review qualifications and proposals,negotiate scope of services and contracts, recommend design procedures anddecisions, and review and accept consultant work. Act as Project Engineer for in-house designs of capital and localimprovement district projects, develop work plan and schedule, direct,and participate in project design, conduct neighborhood meetings, preparecontract documents, construction cost estimates, and creating and accessingordinances. Provide contract administration for the construction of capital improvementprojects, conduct pre-bid and pre-construction conferences, interpretplans and specifications, conduct periodic field inspections, and approvechange orders, contractor payments, and final acceptance. Work effectively with other professionals, contractors, property owners,and general public. Independently resolve concerns, issues, or disputes. Plan, schedule, assign, and supervise work. Evaluate performance andprovide leadership and training opportunities in a manner conducive tofull performance an