EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Knowledge of:Civil engineering principles, practices and methods related to development, construction, and maintenance of municipal projects.Fundamentals of surface water engineering including natural drainage design and design standards.Principles and practices of hydraulic and hydrologic modeling such as Western Washington Hydrology Model (WWHM).Principles and practices of stream and habitat restoration.Washington State and local regulatory requirements and/or design standards including Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington (SWMMWW).Drafting techniques using Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems such as AutoCAD Civil 3D and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) such as ArcGIS.Computer applications for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases.Construction management techniques and principles, including inspection and enforcement.Contract administration techniques and principles, including bid-specification development techniques.Familiarity with methods and procedures for managing State and Federally sourced grant funding including pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations. Ability to:Perform and prepare engineering calculations and design for surface water projects.Develop and review design and project plans and specifications using AutoCAD Civil 3D and related software.Perform field inspections and utilize field engineering equipment.Manage multiple projects including budgets and schedules.Manage on-going programs with continuous improvements.Communicate effectively with citizens, neighborhood groups and other interested parties during all phases of project scoping, design and construction.Work independently or as part of a team.Write technical documents including reports and studies.Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing on technical and non-technical issues.Assist in community outreach efforts by facilitating public meetings, responding to inquiries and preparing website information.Oversee and participate in the management of drainage assessments projects.Inspect work for completeness and proper work methods.Assist preparation and review of engineering estimates for a variety of projects, including design, administration and construction cost.Monitor grant funding through internal and external reporting and records management and maintenance.Coordinate the work of consultants and other project staff.Establish and maintain cooperative, effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.Utilize modeling software for hydraulic and hydrologic analysis.Interpret and apply Federal, State and local policies, laws and regulations.Experience and Training GuidelinesAny combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience:Three years of increasingly responsible experience in surface water projects including some managing, designing, planning or development experience. Training:Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, planning or construction management. License or Certificate:Valid registration as an Engineer In Training in the State of Washington or ability to obtain registration in Washington State within 6 months after the date of hire is preferred.Valid state-issued driver's license.
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