Marion County, Oregon is seeking an experienced professional to become our next Traffic Engineering Supervisor. The successful candidate will work under the Engineering Division Manager and will:
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Traffic Engineering Supervisor
Experience and Training1. Bachelor's degree with major course work in Civil Engineering; AND2. Four years of related engineering experience, which includes (1) one year of supervisory experience or (3) three years of designated *lead work experience AND3. Two (2) years in the specific specialty field of traffic engineering.*Lead work includes all of the following duties: training, reviewing work, organizing, planning, and scheduling work assignments, providing input on employee performance evaluations, providing guidance in daily activities, providing technical expertise, acting as a resource on difficult points of procedure, and providing assistance to and making recommendations in the hiring process.
Special Requirements1. Applicant must be registered as a Professional Engineer and must obtain a current registration in the State of Oregon within 90 days of date of hire.2. Must possess a current driver's license in the applicant's state of residence and an acceptable driving history. Marion County will obtain a copy of the driving record for all qualified applicants from Driver and Motor Vehicle Services and review the driving record according to the Marion County policy and procedure for Driving on County Business. The policy can be found at: http://apps.co.marion.or.us/APAP/.3. The finalist for this position may be required to pass a criminal history background check; however, conviction of a crime may not necessarily disqualify an individual for this position.4. This assignment is not represented by a union.5. This is a full-time position, which is not eligible for overtime.6. Work Schedule: Mon. - Fri. 8:00am - 5:00pm with flexibility depending upon the needs of the department and program.
Knowledge of Civil Engineering Supervisory principles and practices with special reference to public works facilities at the level of local government; Civil Engineering Supervisory materials and methods of construction; engineering aspects of land use and development; computer systems and functions of computer processing of technical or program data; principles and tools of the project management discipline; principles and practices of project management; and principles and practices of contract administration and budget preparation.
Ability to read and interpret complex construction plans and specifications; effectively communicate orally and in writing with engineers, planners, developers and members of the general public and engage in creative problem solving and to blend theory with practical application; and effectively supervise professional, technical, and administrative staff.