Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Land Planning from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience. Professional Engineer (P.E.) certification desired
Have at least three (3) year’s successful experience in the construction field in a position related to civil engineering design, design review, land planning or related field work
Have at least three (3) year’s successful experience in site development design
Have considerable knowledge of the procedures, techniques and methods of site planning and site development
Have successful experience related to physical and environmental assessment of land to be used for public school purposes
Possess the ability to successfully interact with site plan review agencies, county planning staff, contracted civil engineering firms, developers, and attorneys
Possess the ability to organize, analyze and evaluate information, explain requirements, coordinate project schedules, and work independently
Knowledge and practical experience with County, State and Federal rules regulations that govern the construction of public school buildings and other related structures (e.g. building codes, soils, wetlands, floodplain, environmental regulations, endangered species and habitat, etc.)
Possess leadership qualities and personal characteristics necessary to work effectively with members of the community, administrators, school board members, parents and teachers
The Civil Engineer provides site-related project management and coordination of planning, design and construction phases of school facility projects. The Civil Engineer develops and reviews school facility standards, specifications and procedures for planning, acquisition, construction and closeout. The Civil Engineer will work closely with various LCPS departments, consultants, regulatory agencies, contractors and school personnel during the school planning, site selection and construction process.
Exhibits an understanding of policies, regulations, standards, and objectives of Loudoun County Public Schools
Project Management and coordination with architectural, instructional and construction activities; Coordinate with School Board and outside legal counsel to develop and review plats, deeds, contracts and other details associated with land selection, acquisition and construction; Perform site visits during the school construction phase; evaluate and resolve issues as they arise
Liaison and consultation with planning staff and consultants for site, easement and right of way acquisition; work closely with the Department of Planning and Legislative Services during the school planning stages; supervise and manage civil engineering staff
Procurement of professional services for civil, geotechnical, and environmental engineering; procurement of wetland and stream mitigation credits and other environmental and engineering assets; manage inventory of current and past project construction documents, easement plats and record documents; manage and solicit bids for miscellaneous civil focused construction projects
Attend School Board meetings as required and prepare reports at the request of the Director of Construction
Represent the Construction Division on various committees and attend meetings with school staff, County government officials and other agencies as required
Perform other related duties as directed by the Director of Construction and the Assistant Superintendent for Support Services
OTHER INFORMATION:ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP:
The Civil Engineer is responsible to the Director of Construction.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST AND UPDATED RESUME FOR EACH POSITION IN WHICH INTEREST IS EXPRESSED. THE LETTER OF INTEREST MUST INCLUDE THE JOB NUMBER AND PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PID).
THIS POSTING WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED.
Department of Personnel Services
Level 4, Salary Range: $87,120 - $129,309
12 Month Position (Prorated), 8 hours per day
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