CIVIL ENGINEER-ENVIRONMENTAL - 1017 Salary
$44,803.00 - $69,451.00 Annually
12/8/2017 11:59 PM Eastern
- Job Description
Brief Description of the Job:
Review construction plans and technical reports for stormwater management, storm sewer design, and sanitary sewer design to assure environmental compliance. Coordinate with City Sewer Operations, other sub districts, Renewable Water Resources (ReWa), DHEC and design professionals. Prepare annual reports for the City`s Phase II Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program to ensure that the six minimum control measures are met. Manage the construction of the City`s capital improvement projects, ensure contractor conformance with the contract, plans, and specifications. Provide design and project management for remedial projects. Perform sanitary sewer capacity analyses. Prepare Sanitary Sewer Annual Report to show progress made towards rehabilitation of system. Respond to citizen calls for stormwater/flooding complaints, which involve computer mapping, floodplain report investigation, and site investigations.
- Job Duties
Provide Sanitary Sewer Management (30%): Coordinate with City Sewer Operations, other sub districts, Renewable Water Resources (ReWa), DHEC and design professionals. Provide flow monitoring analysis to determine rainfall dependent inflow and infiltration. Review construction drawings of sanitary sewer systems. Prepare construction drawings using AutoCAD for remedial sewer repairs that require state permit. Provide project management for remedial sewer repairs, inform property owners of construction activities, obtain right-of-entry permission forms and easements from citizens. Oversee construction site activities. Perform sanitary sewer capacity analyses for new development projects that want to connect to sanitary sewer system. Prepare Sanitary Sewer Annual Report to show progress made towards rehabilitation of system, presentation of Annual Report to ReWa and other sub districts.
Conduct Technical Review of Construction Plans and Reports (20%): Review construction plans and technical reports for stormwater management, storm sewer design, and sanitary sewer design to assure environmental compliance. Ensure that good practices are used and in conformance with the City`s Ordinances, Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Regulations, FEMA regulations and State Laws. Attend meetings with engineers, architects, developers, property owners, and other city staff. Coordinate between city departments.
Provide Construction Management (20%): Manage the construction of the City`s capital improvement projects, ensure contractor conformance with the contract, plans, and specifications. Ensure the quality of materials and workmanship and provide acceptance and payment for those items on behalf of the City on a monthly basis. Provide design and project management for smaller City projects built in conjunction with the City`s public works crews. Project Manage Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Studies. Manage watershed basin studies that determine the floodplain and undersized culverts. Recommend new capital improvement projects based on results of studies. Manage stormwater/wastewater projects that involve but are not limited to the initial design, request for proposals, construction plans, request for bids, and construction management.
Provide Stormwater Management (10%): Prepare annual reports for the City`s Phase II Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program to ensure that the six minimum control measures are met. This involves coordinating public outreach education (presentations to schools), public participation programs (planning rain barrel give?a?way events), illicit discharge detection/elimination (investigate calls of illicit material placed in stormwater system), erosion/sediment control, and good housekeeping/pollution prevention training for City staff.
Provide Floodplain Management (10%): Prepare technical letters for floodplain verification requests which involve reviewing floodplain profiles and reports. Prepare annual letters for mass mailers regarding floodplain management. Review FEMA Elevation Certificates for accuracy and compliance with minimum National Floodplain Insurance Program (NFIP) regulations. Maintain records and prepare reports for the NFIP Community Rating System (CRS.) Answer calls from citizens regarding the floodplain regulations. Review site plans for properties within the floodplain to ensure compliance with NFIP regulations.
Engineering Support for Citizens (10%): Respond to citizen calls for stormwater/flooding complaints, which involve computer mapping, floodplain report investigation, and site investigations. Based on site investigations, water flow characteristics must be determined and site-specific recommendations communicated to the citizens. Respond to citizen calls relative to sanitary sewer location and maintenances responsibilities.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Overall Strength Demands: Light strength demands include exerting up to 20 pounds occasionally, 10 pounds frequently, or negligible amounts constantly AND/OR walking or standing to a significant degree.
Physical Demands: Continuously requires fine dexterity, vision, hearing, and talking. Frequently requires standing, walking, and sitting. Occasionally requires carrying, handling, and foot controls. Rarely requires lifting, reaching, kneeling, climbing, balancing, bending, crouching, and twisting.
Machines, Tools, Equipment, and Work Aids: Computer, telephone, cellphone, copier, fax machine, calculator, engineering scale, and vehicle.
Computer Equipment and Software: Computer, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Excel, Autocad, Adobe Acrobat Professional, ArcMap, turbidity meter, hydrologic, and hydraulic modeling software.
Overall Working Conditions: Satisfactory: Occasional exposure to unpleasant environmental conditions and/or hazards.
Environmental Factors: Monthly exposure to noise and vibration. Seasonal exposure to extreme temperature, wetness and/or humidity, and respiratory hazards, and physical hazards.
Health and Safety: Rare exposure to mechanical hazards.
Primary Work Location: Office Environment, Vehicle, and Outdoors (Construction Job Sites).
Protective Equipment Required: Steel toe boots, safety vest, and hard hat.
Frequently requires time pressures, frequent change of tasks, performing multiple tasks simultaneously, working closely with others as part of a team, and tedious or exacting work. Occasionally requires noisy/distracting environment. Rarely requires emergency situations and irregular schedule/overtime.
Formal Education: Bachelor`s degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering is required.
Experience: Over two years of experience in Civil Engineering is required.
Driver`s License Required: Class D South Carolina license.
Certifications and Other Requirements: Engineer in Training (E.I.T.).
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