Applies professional engineering knowledge and skills to a broad scope of engineering design and project management assignments and issues. Uses independent judgment, initiative, and creativity to make technical decisions of considerable difficulty and directing projects of significant complexity.Duties and ResponsibilitiesOversees and performs complex, multi-faceted professional engineering functions in the civil and structural disciplines. Seeks to maximize safety, durability, cost effectiveness, and simplicity in all functions and projects. Projects include design, construction, maintenance, evaluation, inspection, and repair of ARRC infrastructure such as tracks, bridges, buildings, operations support facilities, roads, marine facilities, and utility systems.Serves as Project Engineer on assigned projects. Provides experienced professional engineering design, oversight, review, direction, coordination, and approval of work performed by ARRC forces, consultants, and contractors. Oversees the technical aspects of a project, such as the plans and specifications, engineer's cost estimates, submittal approval, technical changes to the project, work quality conformance, and as-constructed record drawings.Develops technical information for permits and coordinates approvals by third regulatory agencies, interfacing directly with federal, state, and local agency personnel, interested community groups, and the general public, to present projects and resolve any conflicts or issues as required. Computes and approves railway line clearances and overloads. Checks dimensional loads against existing clearances.Provides engineering support for incident management. Evaluates existing conditions, develops restoration solutions, and produces appropriate documentation, drawings, and reports as required by the ARRC Emergency Response Plan and/or the Incident Command staff.
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