The Assistant City Engineer supports the City Engineer in managing, mentoring, and coaching the engineering staff to perform the division’s goals and objectives of planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining the city’s public infrastructure systems. This position will also focus on planning, managing, and implementing a variety of transportation related projects. The primary position responsibilities and areas of impact are:
While these areas are the primary focus of the position, we believe strongly in teamwork and employees will be called upon to perform a variety of duties as a part of their role with the City.
For complete job profile and to apply online go to www.edenprairie.org under "Employment"
Deadline for applications is Friday, May 25, 2018 at 8:00am
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Municipal Engineering or related field required; Professional Engineering License required; Professional Traffic Operations Engineer certification preferred.
Work Experience: Minimum of five years experience working in a civil engineering position required; two years experience in municipal engineering preferred. Minimum three years of direct supervisory experience required. All experience must be reflected on application and resume’.
Technical Skills: Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) required; knowledge and experience with specialized transportation software preferred.
Physical Requirements: Physical efforts include mobility around an office environment; outdoor activities such as observing and navigating on, around and through public and private infrastructure (streets, utilities, buildings, etc.); meeting with property owners; and visiting construction sites, grading sites, and various environmental areas. The position requires an ability to operate a computer, office equipment, presentation equipment, and various other survey/outdoor equipment.
Working Conditions: Most work involves a normal office environment with many out-of-office meetings with stakeholders and agencies. In addition, several outdoor activities occur where you are exposed to traffic impacts, uneven terrain, construction and grading sites/equipment, noise, dust, weather, etc. where safety equipment is required.