is highly responsible professional engineering work involving major project
planning and design.
An employee in this class is responsible for performing a variety
of assignments of unusual difficulty in relating to major engineering functions
within the Mobility Department. Under general direction, employees are required
to exercise extensive initiative and independent judgment in selection of work
methods and formulation of recommendations to meet program needs, objectives,
and goals. Work is reviewed through conferences, oral and written reports and
observation of results obtained.
a lead in planning and/or design of major engineering functions in
transportation; assists in determining priorities in scheduling of projects; contributes to the preparation of cost
estimates and makes recommendations for inclusion in annual departmental
budget; participates in preparation of design plans, survey work,
specifications, and contract documents for a large variety of projects
requiring contract bid or for internal use.
supervisor at policy level board meetings to further ROW initiatives; coordinates
with other to transportation agencies, boards, committees.
responsible charge of project plans production and/or permit applications for
state and federal permits; signs and seals plans, calculations and other certifications.
and initiates approval of plans and specifications prepared by consulting
engineering firms; monitors field engineering construction work and conducts
to technical inquiries from the general public, developers, and governmental
agencies on policy, petitions, ordinances, engineering problems, and estimated
construction costs; coordinates needs of the department with other agencies;
maintains on-going monitoring of contracts to ensure compliance with city
regulations or requirements.
and coordinates studies and reports within the department and with other
municipal departments, agencies, contractors, and engineering firms; conducts
field investigations, surveys, and inspections to collect information/evidence
when necessary; testifies in court on claims, including depositions, and
master planning for the State Comprehensive Plan and infrastructure
improvement; may provide support to Development of Regional Impact (DRI),
rezoning, subdivision, vacate and encroachment review activities; assists in
developing capital improvement projects; reads and interprets blueprints,
technical drawings, and diagrams.
related work as required.
Extensive knowledge of: principles and practices
of the assigned area of engineering; federal, state, and municipal rules,
regulations, and other pertinent documents; engineering developments and
information related to assigned area.
Considerable knowledge of: engineering and
administrative management procedures, practices, and methods.
Ability to: lead/coordinate the work of subordinate
personnel or contractors engaged in a variety of engineering assignments;
analyze and interpret plans, specifications, contracts, and other technical
materials and draw sound conclusions; organize in report form and present sound
recommendations effectively, both orally and in writing; speak in public; train
others in assigned area; establish and maintain effective working relationships
with other employees, officials, and the public.
Registration as a Professional Engineer in the state of Florida
with ten (10) years of progressively responsible traffic/transportation/ROW
engineering experience including two years of lead experience. Knowledge of
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) design standards, Florida “Green
Book”, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
standards including Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and Federal
Highway Administration and FDOT project development