Jefferson County is accepting applications for a Civil Planning Engineer to provide e ngineering review and case management of residential and commercial developments
Review, interpret and approve street/road construction plans, drainage reports and plans, grading plans, erosion and sediment control plans, subsurface groundwater collection system plans and retaining wall designs. Refer cases to outside agencies and county departments for comment. Guide applicants through the development process. Review land surveying content, easements and rights-of-way dedications, improvements agreements, land appraisals and title insurance. Engineering review and case management activities are associated with plats, platting exemptions, minor adjustments, land disturbance permits, floodplain permits, rural cluster maps, right-of-way vacations, re-zonings, special use permits, site approvals, building permits, site development plans, special district service plans, deeds, performance guarantees and annexations. Assist citizens, developers, property owners and engineers related to the implementation, approval and acceptance of the foregoing listed plans and documents. Perform field inspections. Make presentations at public hearings related to proposed development applications. Manage regulation changes. Update process guides and standard operating procedures.
Work requires broad knowledge in Civil Engineering. Knowledge is normally acquired through four years of college resulting in a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent. The candidate must posess a minimum of four years related experience.
EIT Certification - at hire. Valid Colorado Driver's License - at hire. Colorado Professional Engineering License (or equivalent) - preferred and required within two years of hire date.
Offer of employment contingent on criminal history, MVR check and education verification.