Full-Time Engineer II – Community Development Engineering
The Concurrency Engineer is primarily responsible for the implementation of the county’s Transportation Concurrency Management System. The implementation of this program will require the ability to review and interpret the code, it will also require the technical review of traffic impact reports for current development to evaluate offsite transportation impacts on regionally significant intersections and corridors, ability to review and interpret trip generation information, traffic models and other supporting data, preparation of staff reports, ability to effectively communicate with the public, provide technical support to the public and other county departments, as necessary.
Education and Experience:
- S. degree in Civil or related Engineering and two (2) years experience in an Engineering I classification or equivalent. – OR –
- High School diploma or G.E.D. and four (4) years relative engineering work experience to include a minimum of two (2) years experience in an Engineering I classification or equivalent and possession of an E.I.T. certification.
Knowledge of: mathematics through trigonometry and its application to field surveying and engineering computations; construction materials sampling and testing in the field and laboratory and of survey equipment and techniques; engineering principles and practices and of the physical sciences (hydraulics, mechanics, etc.) involved; modern engineering methods and techniques as related to construction and maintenance of public works and public utilities; principles of effective supervision; the application and interpretation of the County regulatory codes; Departmental Policies and procedures, work standards and codes applicable to the job.
Ability to: adapt approved engineering methods and standards to the planning, design and construction of a variety of public works projects; read and interpret difficult plans and specifications and to become familiar with engineering standards; perform technical research work and to give reliable advice on difficult engineering problems; prepare engineering records and to write concise technical reports; draft, interpret and utilize engineering plans, maps, specifications and reports; make involved and difficult engineering computations, to design difficult and complex major engineering projects, and to prepare complete engineering plans and specifications; supervise and coordinate the work of other engineers, Engineer Technicians, subordinates and trades personnel; effectively manage resources dedicated to specific projects; to establish and maintain effective relationships with other engineering and surveying personnel, contractors, and the public; speak effectively in public; acquire knowledge of Clark County building codes and zoning regulations and Clark County comprehensive plans, shoreline management regulations and the SEPA state guidelines; obtain a valid Washington State drivers license at time of hire
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Salary Grade: Local 17 Engineers.110 $36.92 – $47.27- per hour
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