Public Works and Environmental Services Departments are currently seeking two Senior Designers, with one to serve as the PW/ES Infor/ProjectDox Coordinator that will work with developers as they develop needed public improvement plans and the other to serve as a Utility Coordinator that will work with utility providers to coordinate utility work in the public right-of-way for both public projects and permit work.
Infor/ProjectDox Coordinator: This position will serve as the principal contact for developers as they develop needed public improvement plans for their projects. The Infor/ProjectDox Coordinator will enter the project into the City's Infor software program and track the internal review process through the duration, making sure that the flow of information is occurring between the developer's team and PW/ES staff.
This position will be under the general supervision of a Professional Engineer on daily assignments and will coordinate with each Department's review team. This position will work with Public Works and Environmental Services staff and will also assist Project Managers from time to time with setting up public projects in Infor/ProjectDox.
Utility Coordinator: This position will serve as principal project contact for utility companies on a variety of both basic and complex projects. The Coordinator will review plans, specifications, estimates and engineering drawings for utility relocations on public improvements including streets, bridges, storm sewers, and sanitary sewer projects. The Coordinator will work with schedules for adjustment of utility facilities to accommodate City projects. This position will also review utility permit applications for compliance with City regulations and for impacts to existing and future project right of way.
This position will be under the general supervision of a Professional Engineer on daily assignments and will direct the work of permit and construction inspection staff as required, based on utility permits and adjustments on public right of way.
Experience, Education, and Training
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering;
Minimum of two years of work experience in street, storm sewer, or sanitary sewer design;
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology (with an emphasis in Drafting and Design, Construction Management, or related area);
Minimum of six years of work experience in street, storm sewer, or sanitary sewer design;
Demonstrated and documented responsible work experience in a related field may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis.
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