The Assistant District Engineer is responsible for planning, designing, bidding, and construction management. This position is the project manager for certain infrastructure projects of the Authority.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AS ASSIGNED
Recommend new goals, objectives and procedures to assist the District Engineer towards accomplishment of the diverse responsibilities of the Authority.
Create civil engineering designs for new and replacement structures and facilities of the Authority; including preliminary and final drawings, project construction manuals, and project management and finalize design documents with professional engineering registration seal.
Manage and direct the implementation of capital projects, programs and responsibilities as assigned, including review of consulting engineering design documents, contract negotiations, and implementation of agreements and contracts.
Develop work plans, projects, and programs. Monitor workflow, review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures ensuring production expectations are balanced with safety risk and financial objectives.
Plan, direct, oversee design, construction and implementation of complex water, recycled water or related projects to advance the objectives of the Authority.
Present project status reports on topics such as engineering studies, bid proposals, and construction projects to customers, staff, and Board members.
Assemble contract documents and bid work in compliance with the governing laws and regulations of the State of Texas.
Prepare and assemble Request for Qualifications and Request for Proposals for a variety of contract work.
Perform the duties of Construction Manager, directing the procurement of goods and services from multiple vendors and contractors for the completion of a project.
Communicate with District Engineer, General and Assistant General Manager, Board of Directors, and customers on project status and workflow as well as early notification of any problems or unforeseeable events.
Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering is required.
4 years of increasingly responsible experience in engineering, planning or management, including at least 2 years of management/ supervisory experience is required.
Possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas is required. If currently do not have a P.E., must obtain it within six months of hire.
Valid Texas Driver’s License issued by the State of Texas, or ability to obtain, and a satisfactory driving record is required.
To apply please visit: http://gulfcoastwaterauthority.com/employment-opportunities/
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
Gulf Coast Water Authority (GCWA) provides water for industry, agriculture, and municipalities in Brazoria, Fort Bend, and Galveston Counties in Texas. We have more than 185,000 customers in Galveston County alone.
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