CITY OF PUEBLO Associate Engineer I in Pueblo, Colorado

Associate Engineer Ihe Associate Engineer I Public Works is a non-exempt position under thegeneral supervision of the Public Works Engineering Manager. The AssociateEngineer I Public Works performs entry-level engineering work; respondsto questions and complaints from the general public.This job description is an overview and is intended to describe the generalnature and level of work being performed. It's not intended to be anexhaustive list of all the functions and tasks required of the positionDUTIES / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Assists with the design of Public Works infrastructure and facilities inaccordance with City of Pueblo standards;Provides engineering support for Public Works;Reviews engineering reports, plats, and construction plans and legaldescriptions for new subdivisions and other land use applications to insurecompliance with city ordinances and standards;Maintains city maps and records;Assists with the development of specifications for Public Works projects;Answers questions and complaints from the general public;Attends meetings and;Prepares reports and correspondence.IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS:May perform the duties of similar classifications of an equal or lower paygrade.May also assist with sanitary sewer, storm sewer and drainage facilitiesdesign.Physical Requirements:The physical standards an employee must meet in order to perform the essentialjob duties with or without a reasonable accommodation include, but are notlimited to:Must have ability to lift and move files and supplies weighing up to 30pounds, with or without accommodation. Work is sedentary and done in aseated position, but requires frequent moving about, standing,bending, kneeling, reaching or stooping to perform filing to performgeneral office work. Position requires the ability to input large amounts ofdata using repetitive motion on a frequent and prolonged basis. The incumbentmust be able to hear all communication from customers and employees bytelephone or in person, and use vision to work with written documents,forms, and to respond to employees and customers. The incumbent may beexposed to traffic and inclement weather while performing site inspections. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:The Associate Engineer I Public Works shall possess the followingknowledge, skills and abilities:Working knowledge in the field of Civil Engineering and the ability to applyit to the design of streets, alleys, sanitary and storm sewers, drainagefacilities and other public work facilities;Ability to assist in the design of public works facilities and structures;Working knowledge and the ability to prepare construction cost estimates forproject;Skills in the use of the computer and Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)techniques;Skill and ability to learn civil engineering software;Ability to review land survey plats and legal descriptions;Skill and ability to interact professionally with contractors, City staff,and the public in response to complaints and requests for information;Working knowledge of specifications for construction materials and techniqueswith public works projects;Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with thosecontacted in the course of work;Ability to use surveying equipment;Ability to work successfully with and provide good customer service tosupervisors, other City employees, the public and other agencies, andorganizations and;Ability to perform all the job duties in a safe manner. Minimum Qualifications:In addition to the above listed knowledge, skills and abilities, theposition requires:A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in anEngineering field and a minimum of one (1) year sub-professionalexperience directly related to municipal civil engineering;Or;An Associate's Degree in an Engineering field and a minimum of three (3)years sub-professional experience directly related to municipal civil engineeriAnd; A valid Colorado Class "R" driver's license.WRITTEN EXAM: The written exam is scheduled