Job Classification Information: Full time with benefits. This is an exempt position paid on an annual basis which is not eligible for overtime.
This is varied technical and skilled, professional engineering work, exhibited by those with a broad scope of coastal and/or capital improvements experience and practice, performed under general supervision. Duties range from implementing, managing, and directing a wide variety of coastal- related projects including shore protection, erosion control, and beach nourishment to managing planning, design, and construction of a wide variety of capital improvement projects. Duties involve responsible performance of routine and complex assignments and varied professional engineering tasks requiring a high level of expertise; supervision of staff, exercise of individual initiative, independent judgment, and acquired skills, and contact with the public, general contractors, engineering consultants, architects, and regulatory agencies.
Bachelors degree in the field of coastal or civil engineering required.
Seven (7) years of engineering experience, some of which involves managing and overseeing coastal and/or capital improvement construction projects, required.
Previous municipal experience preferred.
Coastal engineering and/or management of coastal or restoration projects preferred.
Must possess a Florida Professional Engineers License or Professional Engineers License from another state with the ability to obtain a Florida Professional Engineers License within six months from hire.
Membership in the Florida Engineering Society (FES), American Scociety of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Public Works Association (APWA) or other local or national organization related to Engineering or Public Works preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Starting Salary Range Depending on Qualifications: $75,183-98,114 ($36.14-47.17 hourly range). Full Salary Range: $75,183-121,045 ($36.14-58.19 hourly range).