Engineer/Associate Engineer II
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: July 6, 2015
Organization: Department of Transportation-District 2
City: Greenwood, SC
Wages/Salary: $38,703.00 - $71,608.00 annually
A bachelor's degree in engineering and two (2) years of entry-level engineering work experience; or a bachelor's degree in engineering technology and four (4) years of entry-level engineering work experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations. A Valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License
Supervises inspectors in all phases of highway and bridge construction projects. Conducts sampling and field tests on all projects. Ensures compliance with plans and specifications for both state and federal aid projects. Performs tasks to assist the Resident Construction Engineer. These include resolving complaints, nighttime traffic control inspections, inspecting erosion control, reviewing erosion control plans, and DHEC permits. Ensures that contractor complies with all erosion control plans on all construction projects. Assists in the coordinating of all work performed by utility companies for relocation of water, sewer, natural gas, electricity, fiber optic communications, and cable television. Maintains utility diaries on complex projects and coordinates utility relocation work with contractor and project plans. Prepares daily diaries, monthly construction estimates, and final plans on construction projects. Performs computer work as necessary. Reviews reports, estimates, and final plans produced by subordinates. Takes samples and or supervises others in sampling materials used by the contractor to ensure that all is in accordance with specifications. Makes recommendations regarding sample results. Supervises the preparation of final construction plans and monthly construction estimates to ensure the contractors are paid for their work. Monitors traffic control plans and erosion control plans throughout the project to ensure all is in accordance with specifications and approved plans. Meets with the general public, contractor personnel, utility company representatives, city and county officials as necessary while representing the Department. Monitors major construction projects for compliance with plans, specifications and standards.