Pay Range 19 Breakdown
|Hourly (40 hrs.)||$21.7918||$32.6877|
|Hourly (42 hrs.)||$20.7541||$31.1312|
|Hourly (56 hrs.)||$15.5656||$23.3484|
Engineering Services Coordinator
Range: $45,326.97 - $67,990.46 (19)
Position Number: 3833
JOB TITLE: ENGINEERING SERVICES COORDINATOR
JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for assisting in the coordination of the division’s engineering services.
Directs the development and operations of the Public Services Geographic Information System by supervising the GIS Technician and working with inspectors and division superintendents to ensure information is collected correctly.
Assists the City Engineer with analysis of infrastructure system, plan review, and coordination of projects.
Assists the general public with complaints and concerns regarding Public Services related projects.
Reviews and inputs all new street centerline and road casing information into GIS data layer.
Provides technical assistance for GIS users at operations center and other city departments in the absence of the GIS coordinator.
Prepares and maintains city street inventory and pavement conditions for pavement management system.
Coordinates the piping of open drainage systems within the city limits with the Water Resources Division.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:
Knowledge of city and department policies and procedures.
Knowledge of the principles and theories of civil engineering, including hydrology, hydraulics, water collection and distribution, and land development.
Knowledge of geographic information system principles and practices.
Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations.
Knowledge of local codes and ordinances.
Knowledge of accounting practices and budget preparation.
Knowledge of methods and techniques used in the construction cost estimation of public works projects.
Skill in planning, organizing, and prioritizing work.
Skill in performing mathematical computations.
Skill in the use of a computer.
Skill in the use of surveying, drafting, and materials testing equipment.
Skill in the use of electronic and manual measurement devices.
Skill in oral and written communication.
SUPERVISORY CONTROLS: The City Engineer assigns work in terms of division goals and objectives. The work is reviewed through conferences, reports, and observation of division activities.
GUIDELINES: Guidelines include relevant state and federal laws, city codes and ordinances, city and department policies and procedures, the Uniform Manual of Traffic Control Devices, and state regulations applicable to water, sewer, stormwater, and streets. These guidelines require judgment, selection, and interpretation in application.
COMPLEXITY: The work consists of varied administrative and technical duties. The need to coordinate active between various internal and external parties contributes to the complexity of the work.
SCOPE AND EFFECT: The purpose of this assignment is to assist in the management and coordination of the engineering functions of the department. Successful performance helps ensure that road, drainage, and other projects are properly constructed.
PERSONAL CONTACTS: Contacts are typically with co-workers, other city employees, other local government officials, outside engineers, surveyors, architects, contractors, vendors, state and federal agency personnel, elected officials, utility personnel, and the general public.
PURPOSE OF CONTACTS: Contacts are typically to give or exchange information, resolve problems, provide services, motivate personnel, and negotiate or settle matters.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while standing or walking. The employee occasionally lifts light and heavy objects, uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, and must be able to distinguish between shades of color.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work is typically performed in an office and at field sites where the employee may be exposed to inclement weather.
SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY: The position has direct supervision over GIS Technician (1).
Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field.
Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the diverse objectives and functions of the subunits in the division/department in order to direct and coordinate work within the division/department, usually interpreted to require three to five years of related experience.
Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver's license issued by the State of North Carolina for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.