The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department is advertising a Civil Engineer position within the Mining and Minerals Division, Abandoned Mine Land Program, in Santa Fe. The Program works to safeguard and reclaim abandoned mine lands in New Mexico. The person in these position produces engineering designs and specifications, administers construction contracts, and manages professional services contracts. The person works with biologists, archaeologists, and others to create designs and specifications that meet project requirements and objectives. The work includes design of closures at abandoned mine openings, including bat compatible closures, and design of reclamation measures, including erosion and sediment control and stream restoration, at abandoned coal mine waste sites. Experience utilizing computer aided drafting design, particularly AutoCAD, is desirable.
The Civil Engineer Advanced position is a pay band 80, with salary depending on qualifications and experience. The midpoint salaries are $29.50 per hour respectively. Employee benefits include a partially employer paid retirement plan and health care insurance and access to a deferred compensation program.
The official job advertisement is now posted as Project Engineer (EMNRD #5399) at the N.M. State Personnel Office website: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/newmexico/default.cfm.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or N.M. State Board of Professional Engineers and Surveyors approved 4-year curriculum as outlined in N.M. Engineering and Surveying Practice Act, Sections 61-23-1 to 32, and
Experience: Five (5) years of experience in engineering, design, construction, surveying, transportation system planning, coordinating, infrastructure projects and/or physical science.
Statutory Requirements: All applicants for the Advanced Civil Engineering role must be licensed in accordance with Engineering and Surveying Practice Act, Sections 61-23-1 through 61-23-32 NMSA 1978 and 16.39.1 through 16.39.8 NMAC, as applicable. Registration as a Professional Engineer by the New Mexico Licensing Board.