Under little or no direct supervision the County Engineer plans, directs, and supervises all activities of the County’s Engineering Services Department in order to ensure efficient and effective department operations and inter-departmental/agency support.
As a Working Manager, the County Engineer is expected to provide technical engineering support to all County departments, serve as the technical engineering advisor to the County Manager’s office and the Board of County Commissioners, is responsible for capital improvement project administration, and administration of the County’s Mobility Plan. Duties also include, but are not limited to, resolving public technical questions and developing engineering solutions for road, stormwater, traffic, and utility projects/maintenance, providing engineering design services or overseeing engineering design services, overseeing the department’s involvement in development review, drainage review, basin studies, State bridge programs, roadway design, and construction projects. Ensures departmental compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, laws and regulations. Performs related administrative and supervisory work as required. Mentors and professionally develops staff engineers. Reports to the Assistant County Manager.
$98,911.48 – $150,504.85 Annually, Commensurate with Experience and Qualifications, anticipated hiring range is $98,911.98 - $123,526.85.
7+ to 10 years