The purpose of this classification, under general direction from the Utilities Director, is the scheduling and supervision of the work of the Utilities Engineering Division. Employee in this classification performs supervisory, administrative, and technical engineering work. Position is responsible for all engineering work related to water, sewer, reuse and storm water on capital utility projects or public utility infrastructure related to development proposed in the City. Successfully executes all phases of project management including scope, budget, contract management, design, permitting, technical specifications, bid documents, construction, inspection, inter- and intra-departmental coordination, reviews work of design consultants, and administration such as City approval processes and grant documentation on multiple concurrent projects while supporting and meeting guidelines and regulations set forth by the state and federal government and City code and department design standards. Assists in long-term planning of capital projects. Performs related work as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Training, and Experience)
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field; supplemented by a minimum of nine (9) years previous experience and/or training that includes supervisory, design and construction experience.
Requires registration by the State of Florida as a Registered Professional Engineer.
To apply: complete and submit application along with educational documentation (copy of your degree or transcripts), experience verification (letter(s) from current or former employer(s) showing you meet the minimum qualifications) and copies of your Florida Professional Engineer License and valid Driver’s License or ID.
Additional Salary Information: Position is Open Until Filled
About The City of Daytona Beach
The City of Daytona Beach is situated in Volusia County, on central Florida’s east coast. Daytona Beach has a population of about 65,000, encompasses approximately 65 square miles, is known as the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” and is home to the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and National Association of Stock Car Racing (NASCAR).