This position is responsible for program planning, reviewing and overseeing improvements to the City of College Park infrastructure. Responsible for traffic management and engineering, addressing residential complaints, utilities review, permitting and coordination, local storm drainage, interacting with counties in area-wide storm drain issues, interacting with GDOT in area maintenance issues, addressing various concerns of City Council and providing engineering consultation to community organizations for various community projects.
Work with the Special Project Coordinator, and City Attorney and Council in establishing city standards and policies for development and construction. Supervise, inspect, communicate and evaluate work performed by developers and contractors on in-progress city funded, utility and private construction projects; Perform regular field inspections on new infrastructure to ensure compliance with city ordinances and construction standards. Plan, direct, and provide guidance and department operations. Monitor work in progress and evaluate employee performance. Conduct staff meetings and establishes work project priorities. Request information from or provide assistance to federal, state, and city agencies, businesses, utilities, and other regarding transportation, drainage, or construction issues. Conduct special engineering and transportation studies and investigations related to traffic, hydrology, and capital improvements. Prepare and recommend design and construction standards for projects within the county; serve as project manager for assigned county funded projects. Enforce and administer city construction codes, erosion, and sediment control ordinances. Develop annual department operating budget; monitor and control expenditures within approved budgets. Prepares regular reports on department activities; prepares and presents studies and reports to City Manager and Council; attends Council meetings as needed and advises Council on engineering matters. Perform other related duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of professional engineering theories, principles, and practices and civil engineering design and construction methods, equipment and techniques. Knowledge of city and state ordinances and laws pertaining to construction and developmental policies and procedures. Ability to review, understand and interpret design drawings, site plans, construction specifications, costs estimates, engineering plans, maps, plats, surveys and contract documents to determine compliance with county ordinances and policies. Ability to plan, direct, and supervise the work of subordinate personnel. Ability to communicate and interact effectively with depart heads, elected officials, developer, external agencies and the general public. Ability to make decisions under pressure and to exercise good judgment.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field from and accredited college or university. Ten or more years of experience in public works, utilities, or civil engineering with considerable supervisory experience. Certification as Professional Engineer in the State of Georgia. Valid driver’s license issued by State of Georgia.
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About The City of College Park
The City of College Park, College Park, Georgia is located minutes away from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The City of College Park provides access to all of Atlanta's amenities while maintaining the charm of a friendly, metropolitan neighborhood. By combining business and entertainment throughout the city. College Park offers an atmosphere where residents and visitors are able to work and play.