Prepares and evaluates requests for proposals relating to projects requiring contract engineering work; participates in the reviewing and selection of consultants; reviews plans and other documents prepared by consulting/engineering firms and evaluates their performance; ensures plan check comments are in accordance with engineering practices and City requirements advises regarding construction contract modifications and negotiates contract changes. Oversees and participates in reviewing preliminary plans for future projects as necessary. Oversees and participates in preparing designs and specifications for assigned projects in streets, lighting, storm drainage, right-of-way, sewers, water, traffic, landscape, structures, and related areas; develops engineering drawings, construction plans, specifications, contract documents, bid documents, calculations, and cost estimates for proposed projects; researches project design requirements; prepares estimates of time and material costs. Initiates and conducts engineering studies to identify public works, road, drainage, traffic, right-of-way, structures, wastewater and water facility needs; revises design and construction standards to improve methods, procedures and practices. Serves as resident engineer for complex projects during construction; conducts or oversees field inspections of construction sites to monitor progress and ensure conformance to engineering plans, specifications, and construction and safety standards; meets with contractors to resolve items of non-compliance; negotiates change orders; makes corrections or revisions to plans and provides input on conditions of approval; reviews and approves pay estimates; prepares project close-out documents. Participates in preparing the 5-year capital improvement program for City Council approval. Oversees and participates in performing survey work; prepares and reviews survey notes and calculations. Prepares and reviews legal descriptions and maps. Participates in acquiring permits from regulatory agencies and acquiring state and federal funding.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or related field. Five years of increasingly responsible professional engineering experience including one year of administrative and/or lead supervisory experience. Possession of a valid California driver’s license at a level appropriate to the equipment operated. Possession of a State of California Certificate of Registration as a Professional Engineer.
To be considered for this position, please submit City application and supplemental questionnaire to: Human Resources, City of Camarillo, 601 Carmen Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010 or send via email to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 13, 2018.
Please visit www.cityofcamarillo.org for recruitment material. To have an application mailed, please call (805) 383-5633 (leave message). We do not accept faxes or postmarks after the recruitment has closed.
About City of Camarillo
The City of Camarillo, a community of 69,924 situated in a fertile agricultural plain near the coast of Southern California, blends rural and urban features into one unique and appealing lifestyle.
Incorporated in 1964, Camarillo has evolved into a thriving city that today is very much like its founders envisioned, dedicated to preserving its Spanish land grant heritage without sacrificing the economic growth that is vital to the city’s continued existence.
The balanced approach to development and preservation is carefully maintained by the City’s officials, who work closely with local businesses, residents and community leaders to ensure that the qualities which make Camarillo so attractive today are not overlooked in the competition for new development tomorrow.
We invite you to “Discover Camarillo” by exploring the pages of our web site and to see for yourself why we think Camarillo is a great place to live, work and play!