Perform facilities engineering responsibilities involving the planning, design, construction, modification, operation, maintenance, and utilities. May serve as project leader in area of expertise for a major group of ongoing, technically complex projects with large budgets and requiring substantial coordination.
Provide assessment, design, and technical recommendations; may include development and implementation.
Develop and define scopes of work and estimates.
Conduct risk assessments and develop contingency plans on less complex activities.
Plan, research, formulate, and prepare project analyses in area of expertise.
Prepare, review, and analyze projects' technical plans and specifications for sound design, conformance with design guidelines and other related criteria, and pertinent codes or standards.
Manage design activity or projects in area of expertise, and/or manage contractor activities.
Represent department on specific project teams and review committees.
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