Project Engineer II Position Open in the Public Works Department

Kevin PowellCity, Jobs


$61,148 to 88,664 ANNUALLY DOQ


The Public Works Department is seeking to fill the position of Project Engineer II (PE).  The Project Engineer will assist with the planning, management and oversight of a variety of civil engineering projects associated with infrastructure system improvements.  This position will provide highly responsible and complex administrative and technical support to the City Engineer.  Key responsibilities include engineering design, CAD, plans, specifications, other contract documents for in-house projects including construction management as necessary, and public improvement plan reviews. Experience with transportation, infrastructure development, and/or stormwater projects is a plus.  This position will report to the City Engineer.


At minimum, requires 1) Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with major course work in civil engineering or a related field, 2) three plus years of increasingly responsible experience in civil engineering projects directly related to Public Works Infrastructure Management (pavement and related infrastructure management, subdivision development and site planning, construction engineering) and/or New Development (subdivision development and site planning, hydraulic modeling and evaluation of wastewater/stormwater systems).  Additionally, 3) must have possession of, or have ability to obtain by date of hire, a valid Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) from the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions.  The ideal candidate will have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills to effectively communicate with a diverse group of people.  Require experience with AutoCAD.  Knowledge of Civil 3D is preferred.


Health, Dental and Life Insurance:   Various dependent coverage levels available.
Vacation:      12 days per year (Plus 2 days Personal Leave)
Holidays:        9 days per year
Retirement: Kansas Public Employees Retirement System


Friday, January 19, 2018