Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: June 22, 2012

Organization: Department of Transportation-District 3

City: Greenville, SC

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Wages/Salary: $44,825.00 - $82,930.00 Annually


A bachelor's degree in engineering and four and one-half (4.5) years of journey-level engineering work experience; or a bachelor's degree in engineering technology and six and one-half (6.5) years of journey-level engineering work experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations. A master's degree in engineering and two and one-half (2.5) years of entry-level engineering work may be substituted for the required experience
Registration as a Professional Engineer in the state of South Carolina as prescribed in SC State Code Sections 40-22-20 and 40-22-30. A valid motor vehicle operator's license.
Supervisory experience.
Experience in maintenance operations.

Job Description:

Supervises all maintenance operations involved in maintaining state roads in Greenville County. Assigns work duties for maintenance crews, plans work, inspects work and organizes work; contacts general public on complaints and requests. Performs Resident Maintenance Engineering duties. Manages equipment, materials and personnel to maximize preventative maintenance core element focus. Ensures that limited resources are best utilized to address critical needs such as Integrated Road Vegetation Management, Ditching plan, Sign maintenance, and Surface Repairs. Confers with engineering company representatives regarding encroachment permit applications and related matters. Reviews encroachment permit applications for accuracy and submits to District Office as needed. Recommends approval and disapproval of new hires, promotions, reclassifications, suspensions, dismissals
and all other types of disciplinary actions. Directly responsible for the supervision of resident maintenance foremen, assistant engineers, and shop foreman. Meets with local agencies,municipalities and property owners to resolve highway related matters. Recommends new equipment purchases and material to be used on job sites. Monitors safety and environmental programs to include maintenance of Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plans (SPCC) and Storm Water Pollution Plan (SWPP) to keep plans current. Handles emergency situations when they arise at any time or place on state highway systems within Greenville County. On-call twenty four (24) hours. Provides expert testimony in court cases in defense of SCDOT. Performs other related duties.

Monday - Friday (8:00 - 5:00)/ Full-Time
Contact Name:
SCDOT Office
Application Process:
Phone: (864)241-1010. Apply online and fully complete all sections of the application. A resume may be provided, but will not substitute for completing any section of the application. Accurately respond to all Supplemental Questions since they are part of your official application and are used to initially screen applicants. Candidates must present documentation of their attainment of college credits and/or degree(s) at the time of interview. Documentation must be
either an official or unofficial copy of the college transcript or Letter of Verification of Degree from the institution's Registrar's Office. If the candidate selected for the position provided an unofficial copy, it must be replaced with an official copy no later than thirty (30) calendar days after the effective date of employment. Failure to provide documentation within the required timeframe will result in termination of employment.