Engineer/Engineering Associate II

Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: October 7, 2020

Organization: SCDOT

Location: Abbeville

City: Abbeville

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Job Type: Full Time

Wages/Salary: $59,049.00 - $75,413.00 Annually

Requirements:

A bachelor's degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Construction Science and Management and two (2) years of entry-level Engineering or construction management work experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations.



A valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License is required.

Job Description:

Acts as assistant to the Resident Construction Engineer on road and bridge contracts. Coordinates project inspection requirements with project engineers and manages personnel during all phases of construction. Mentors construction personnel to ensure that proper inspection and survey procedures are being followed. Acts as Resident Construction Engineer in his/her absence. Conducts inspections. Ensures that contractors are in compliance with SCDOT specifications. Prepares technical reports. Prepares or oversees the preparation of Daily Work Reports, Monthly Estimates, and other necessary reports on construction projects. Corresponds with contractors and department personnel regarding construction issues. Manages the project closeout process as well as the preparation of as-built construction plans. Also corresponds with the contractor to obtain concurrence on final quantities, DBE payment information, and other required documents. Meets with property owners and utility representatives to resolve problems. Addresses concerns that arise prior to and during construction. Uses a variety of computer programs. Develops computer models for construction projects, as well as plan sheets and presentations. Generates spreadsheets for calculations, item tracking and pay item quantity calculation. Uses survey equipment to verify grades and offsets associated with all phases of construction. Maintains accurate and legible field notes. Performs monthly job audits to ensure all forms and reports are up to date. Performs related duties as required. Supervises staff to include preparing performance planning and evaluation documents and related personnel paperwork. Coaches, counsels, and trains employees. Establishes and monitors work processes. Implements management policies and initiatives and promotes teamwork within the organization.

Schedule:
Monday - Friday (8:30 - 5:00)
Application Process:
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