Manager of Engineering Services
Company: City Of Bellevue
Posted on: September 24, 2022
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CITY OF BELLEVUE
Unclassified Salary Range(monthly) $7,353 - $10,057
POSITION TITLE: Manager of Engineering Services
REPORTS TO: Public Works Director
SUPERVISES: Public Works Engineer I & II, Public Works Inspector,
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The position is equivalent to that of City Engineer and is
responsible for planning, organizing, performing and supervising
technical engineering related work for city departments.
Performs technical engineering assignments, including, but not
limited to, preparation of preliminary design, final project plans,
specifications and cost estimates for pavement, storm sewers,
sanitary sewers, grades and foundations.
Assists various Public Works departments in solving operational or
engineering related problems by methods ranging from making
suggestions to developing detailed plans and specifications.
Performs special studies as directed, investigating engineering
problems, including, but not limited to, street maintenance,
traffic operations, design and construction.
Reads and interprets blueprints, plans and specifications
applicable to public works construction & private developers.
Maintains, checks and reduces field notes, and assembles drawings
and plans from field work performed.
Be certified as the responsible charge for federal aid
May attend City Council and other meetings as requested.
Writes reports detailing the investigations, conclusions and
recommendations of special
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (continued)
Develops computer maps and miscellaneous plans, such as
construction and site plans, using computer-aided drafting
Supervises widely diversified activities, including, but not
limited to, surveying, inspections, drafting and materials
Assists the Public Works Director with acting as the City s
representative and contract administrator for all public works
Researches office, court, register of deeds, and other sources
necessary to obtain data or planning information for current or
Assists Planning Department by reviewing and providing
recommendations regarding public works standards, such as all
rezoning requests, re-plats, and proposed construction plans and
specifications presented to the Planning Commission prior to
submittal to the City Council for approval.
Assists the Permits Department by reviewing plans for permit
applications, including, but not limited to, plan review, project
inspection, grading permit application review, and right-of-way
Attends various training courses, seminars and conferences to
maintain knowledge of current trends and developments in
job-related skills and techniques.
Promotes a safe working environment for all employees through
various activities, including, but not limited to, safety awareness
education, review and recommendation of safety policies,
enforcement of safety procedures, and reporting and investigating
Ensures departmental compliance with applicable local ordinance and
code, state statute, and federal laws and regulations that govern
the activities of the department.
Operates standard office equipment in the performance of job
duties, i.e. fax machines, copier, personal computer, calculator,
Performs supervisory functions, such as staffing, scheduling work,
assigning work duties, training personnel, handling employee
complaints, conducting performance evaluations, recommending
disciplinary actions, and making hiring/firing recommendations.
Oversees the City s bridge inspection, ASIP, Sidewalk Inventory,
Outfall Inspections, and Asset Management programs.
Coordinates GIS with Sarpy County.
Prepares various records, reports, correspondence and other
Operates a City vehicle, safely and in compliance with traffic laws
and regulations, in the performance of job duties.
Performs accurate mathematical calculations in the performance of
Plans and organizes a personal work schedule, sets priorities and
Performs computer input and retrieval functions utilizing various
hardware and software programs.
Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with
contractors, design professionals, the general public, governmental
officials, co-workers and supervisors.
May have the ability to telecommute on a temporary basis.
Performs other duties as directed or as the situation dictates.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY:
Knowledge of construction materials, methods and techniques
applicable to public works construction.
Knowledge of state and federal regulations, standards, manuals,
tests, rules and regulations regarding public works
Knowledge of designing, drafting, technical writing and
construction record keeping.
Knowledge of and the ability to accurately apply mathematics to the
computation of standard construction formulas.
Knowledge of standard contract forms and laws.
Knowledge of and ability to utilize the English language, proper
grammar, vocabulary, spelling and punctuation.
Ability to uphold the City s mission statement and core values in
the performance of job duties.
Ability to develop computer programs, spreadsheets and databases in
of job duties.
Ability to ensure departmental compliance with applicable local
ordinance and code, state statute, and federal laws and regulations
that govern the activities of the department.
Ability to apply departmental policies and procedures in the
performance of job duties.
Ability to plan and organize a personal work schedule, set
priorities and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
Ability to deal with contractors, consultants, design professionals
and the general public in a courteous and tactful manner.
Ability to perform supervisory functions, such as staffing,
scheduling work, assigning work
duties, training personnel, handling employee complaints,
conducting performance evaluations, recommending disciplinary
actions, and making hiring/firing recommendations.
Ability to accurately prepare and maintain various records,
reports, correspondence and other departmental documents.
Ability to communicate effectively, in English, both verbally and
Ability to operate a City vehicle, safely and in compliance with
traffic laws and regulations, in the performance of job duties.
Ability to perform job duties with thoroughness, accuracy and
attention to detail.
Ability to operate standard office equipment in the performance of
job duties, i.e. fax machine, copier, personal computer,
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with the general public, contractors, design professionals,
governmental officials, co-workers and supervisors.
ESSENTIAL EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSES:
Must possess a Bachelor s degree in Civil Engineering or other
engineering/engineering technology major acceptable to the Nebraska
Board of Engineers and Architects from an ABET accredited
university with a minimum of 7 years of experience.
Must possess a valid driver s license at the time of hire.
Must possess or obtain certification by the State of Nebraska as a
Engineer within six months of the date of hire, and maintain it
throughout the course of employment.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described
representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions.
Work is performed indoors and outdoors and requires a considerable
amount of physical activity, including extended periods of sitting,
walking, standing, kneeling, bending, crouching, reaching, stooping
and climbing. An incumbent must have the ability to transport
themselves to and from various locations throughout the City and
surrounding jurisdictions, and must have the ability to maneuver
over rough terrain and construction sites on foot. Duties also
require the ability to tolerate an indoor and outdoor work
environment that includes contact with or exposure to dirt, dust,
noise, poor lighting, confined spaces, dampness, wetness and
inclement weather conditions.
An incumbent must also possess the hand-eye coordination and manual
dexterity necessary to use hands and arms to reach, finger, handle,
grasp and feel; climb in and out of vehicles and operate the
following: vehicles, computers, tools, and any other equipment that
issued to perform the essential functions of the job.
Noise level is usually moderate. Vision abilities, correctable to
normal ranges, include close vision, distance vision, peripheral
vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Communication abilities include the ability to talk and hear within
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