$37.20-$51.03 Hourly / $2,604.33-$3,572.30 BiWeekly /
WORKING LEAD: Incumbents in this class report to a supervisory class and are assigned full time lead responsibilities for a unit having a minimum of two other engineers as well as technical and clerical staff while performing unit work activities. Assigned lead responsibilities may include supervisory type activities outlined below in the first paragraph under Examples of Duties. For supervisory type duties performed by a working lead the final "sign off" authority is vested in the supervisory level employee to whom the lead employee reports.
MOST COMPLEX TASKS WITHIN A UNIT: Incumbents in this class perform work that clearly exceeds the norm and includes a concentration of highly advanced functions within assigned disciplines. Class use is on a limited or exceptional basis.
WORKING LEAD: As assigned by the supervisor: distributes, prioritizes, oversees and reviews unit work; provides staff training and assistance; conducts or assists in conducting performance evaluations; acts as liaison with operating units, agencies, consultant staff and other outside officials regarding unit policies and procedures; recommends policies and standards; prepares reports and correspondence; may act as technical expert on matters pertaining to a professional licensing board or commission; performs related duties as required.
For engineering projects involving electrical power generating and distribution systems, switch gear installations including both high and low tension circuits, airport, street and parking lot illuminating systems, closed circuit television, public address, emergency lighting, communication and alarm systems, lightning protection systems and field of building wiring in hospitals, institution buildings and technical schools: oversees, analyzes and interprets reports and test results; prepares specifications and cost estimates; reviews specifications and determines adequacy; oversees and cooperates with consultants in developing projects; evaluates merits of engineering submissions; may act as technical expert on matters pertaining to a professional licensing board or commission; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of principles of electric power generation and distribution systems, signals, sound communications, illumination and electrical wiring systems, utility company standard practices and state and federal codes; knowledge of engineering drafting; interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills; considerable ability to analyze and interpret reports and test results; ability to prepare or review specifications and cost estimates; ability to evaluate merits and determine adequacy of engineering submissions; ability to utilize computer software; some ability to lead.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Design Engineer 3 (Civil) (Electrical) (Mechanical) (Structural) in Salary Group ES 26 approved effective April 10, 2001. (2013 SCOPE Review)
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