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|Organization:||City of Miramar||Job Category:||Other||Job Type:||Full Time||Country:||USA||State/Province:||Florida (FL)||City:||Miramar||Salary and Benefits:||$70,533.00/Year||Post Date:||12/17/2013||
OPENING DATE: 12/09/13
This highly responsible position performs complex, technical and computer duties for the Public Works Department. This position plans, develops, updates, organizes and maintains databases for the streets and stormwater assets; provides recommendations for streets and stormwater maintenance and improvement projects; facilitates the pavement management program; Monitors and coordinates funding sources; coordinates NPDES requirements and permit submittals. Required to work independently with little supervision; exercise independent judgment in solving problems as they develop in order to maintain the continuous, effective, efficient and safe operation of the Public Works infrastructure.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Plans the installation and maintenance of streets and stormwater infrastructures; continuously updates and maintains asset databases; recommends improvements and upgrades; estimates costs for system projects.
Performs inspections of pavement and stormwater systems.
Assures NPDES permit requires met and performs NPDES reporting.
Recommends funding sources and verifies revenue;
Consults with engineering staff regarding new construction projects; recommends additions and replacements of infrastructural improvements;
Assists with the daily operations of the Public Works Department. Confers with and advises staff on difficult technical problems in their assigned areas.
Initiates and directs infrasturcture improvements including investigations and troubleshooting and directs modifications to improve efficiency and performance.
Works with consulting engineering firms making recommendations for new facilities, equipment and modifications of existing facilities.
Perform other related work as required.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Requires a Bachelors degree in civil and/or environmental engineering, or a related field supplemented by five years of progressively responsible experience in the design, maintenance or construction of asphalt paving systems and stormwater management systems. Must possess a license as a Professional Engineer certified by the State of Florida, or be able to be certified within six months of employment.