Resident Professional Engineer

Education Requirements:

Technical Bachelor?s degree in engineering and experience directly related to design, construction, and contract administration. Registration as Architect or Engineer is required.

Experience Requirements:

Requires 10 years of intensive and progressive experience demonstrating the required proficiency levels related to design and construction, and knowledge of national and local building codes and regulations.

Responsibilities:

Conducts advanced and complex engineering and related studies, evaluates alternatives, makes recommendations and writes reports. Supervises professional, technical and support staff on project including, determining workloads and schedules, developing, implementing and interpreting policies and procedures, evaluating and training staff and making hiring and termination recommendations.

Prepares and directs the preparation of designs, specifications, plans, estimates and reports. Prepares a variety of written materials, including staff reports, engineering reports. Supervises design and construction, including reviewing plans, specifications, estimates and calculations and giving technical advice on corrective action. Prepares engineering documents, including agreements, maps, legal descriptions, resolutions and ordinances. Monitors conformance to standards, plans, specifications and codes; explains codes, requirements and procedures and evaluates alternatives. Performs project development for complex projects such as capital improvement, including finalizing scope of projects, preparing bid summaries, project budgets cost estimates.