Engineer Manager Anne Arundel County Job opening - MACo state Maryland ( Job openings )
MACo , state Maryland
( By Press Release office)
2022-01-31T00:00 - 2022-03-02T00:00 | 48 | 1
Salary: $79,868.00 - $142,609.00 Annually
Location: Anne Arundel County, MD
Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
Department: Inspections and Permits
Job Number: 06302 R
Closing: 2/14/2022 11:59 PM Eastern
This posting will be used to fill a full-time, permanent position in the Department of Inspections and Permits. This position manages the Engineering Division within the Department of Inspections and Permits. The Engineering Division is responsible for reviewing infrastructure, storm water management plans associated with residential and commercial development projects.
This position will work with a team of storm water engineers, environmental restoration specialists, drainage engineers, and storm water and construction site inspectors to ensure new and redevelopment projects deliver top-quality storm water systems.
This position requires advanced-level engineering and storm water management work involving the review of site development, subdivision, and construction plans, and working with citizens, contractors, developers, and other departments in planning and oversight of storm water improvements related to the design, construction, inspection, and community outreach for storm drainage, outfall restoration, and related storm water mitigation and rehabilitation improvements. The position will involve work outside, including traversing steep grades and natural areas.
Excellent customer service skills, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills, are essential for routine communication with citizens, local organizations, staff as well as internal and external customers.
NATURE AND VARIETY OF WORK
Work requires considerable contact with County officials, community representatives, and other government agencies. The complexity of work requires ensuring the Engineering Division meets time schedules, quality standards, and customer service goals. This position must evaluate review processes and standards and incorporate changes to improve productivity and performance.
The Engineering Division reviews grading permits, building permits, Site Development plans, and subdivisions for residential, commercial, and industrial development. Plan reviews include roads, storm drains, water and sewer, storm water management.
Work requires extensive knowledge of engineering principles and practices and keeping informed on the latest technological and operational advancements in engineering. Work is performed with considerable independence and minimum guidance from a higher-level supervisor, in making technical and personnel decisions and is performed in accordance with departmental policies and objectives and professional standards.
The work at times requires physical effort and exposure to the outside in visiting project work sites. Work is evaluated for its timeliness, thoroughness, quality, and effectiveness of the Engineering Division staff.
Examples of Duties and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
(Note: The duties and responsibilities enumerated in this class specification are for the purpose of determining a common set of minimum qualifications and salary level for all positions in this class. They are not intended to include all of the essential job functions of all positions in the class.)
Manage, coordinate, and supervise the technical engineering and utility review of all commercial, industrial, and residential developments including grading permits, building permits, subdivisions, Site Development Plans, and capital projects in compliance with the County code and regulations.
Supervise professional, technical, and office support staff in engineering review.
Monitor Engineering Division's work for subdivisions, Site Development Plans, and permit activities to ensure plans meet County standards and regulations.
Provide liaison between the State, private citizens, developers, consultants, and the County to handle questions and resolve problems. Ensure comments of the Engineering Division are coordinated with other County agencies.
Review engineering evaluations for modification requests, including flood plains, roads, and storm water management requirements.
Write manuals, standard operation procedures, handle correspondence and prepare draft legislation as appropriate.
Ability to make effective presentations of technical engineering subjects to a variety of government officials, community groups, and citizens
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Extensive knowledge of engineering for infrastructure, and storm water management applicable to local, State, and Federal design standards and project permitting.
Ability to interact with high-level government officials and private sector representatives.
Extensive knowledge of written, oral and electronic communications related to management.
Extensive knowledge of the materials, equipment, methods, and techniques used in the construction, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure and storm water management.
Ability to interpret and prepare technical designs, specifications, communications, and reports. Ability to interpret and prepare contract documents and agreements.
Ability to convey key aspects of technical project characteristics to public officials, private sector representatives, and citizens.
Ability to recognize and learn changes in engineering technical and regulatory requirements pertaining to the design and construction of infrastructure and storm water management.
Ability to manage multiple projects.
Ability to use a personal computer to prepare technical communications and manage technical databases.
Ability to tactfully deal with people effectively and equitably.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to attend meetings and/or perform work at locations outside of the office.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in engineering or a related field; two (2) or more years administrative and lead, advanced, or supervisory work experience; state registration as a professional engineer; and a valid non-commercial Class C motor vehicle operator's license.
Preference will be given to candidates with the following:
15-years’ experience as a supervisor or project manager managing engineers, inspectors, technicians. Land Development Experience working on the design and construction of storm water, utilities, storm drainage, and environmental infrastructure projects.
Experience managing a diverse team of engineers to deliver projects.
Integrating the Maryland State Storm water Management Regulations into development proposals, including the design of roads and storm drainage
Proficiency using the following applications: TR-20, TR-55, HY-8, and/or HEC-RAS
Designing public water and sewer plans and roads and storm drain plans.
Excellent communication skills with experience interacting with the public, engineers, contractors, and inspectors.
Knowledge and experience with environmental restoration, storm water runoff, and storm water management techniques within the Coastal Plain of Maryland.
Anne Arundel County
2660 Riva Road, First Floor
Annapolis, Maryland, 21401
Phone (410) 222-7595
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