Organization : City of Margate
Job Category : Engineering and Technology
Job Type : Full Time
State/Province : FL
City : Margate
Salary and Benefits : The salary range is $50,711.00 min. - $60,931.00 mid.

1. Provides professional engineering assistance and oversees capital improvement projects; prepares design plans and specifications as needed; monitors new regulatory rulemaking related to municipal engineering and water/wastewater operations and develops recommendations/procedures for compliance.

2. Interprets City, state and federal laws, statutes, regulations and ordinances related to municipal engineering and utilities operations and maintenance, and provides recommendations for compliance. 

3. Prepares operating permit applications for submittal to various agencies for municipal engineering and utility operations.  Completes and/or reviews reports for submittal to regulatory agencies and responds to regulatory requests for information.

4. Manages and participates in the analysis and review of engineering studies and designs prepared by professional consultants; prepares recommendations and reports for the consideration of technical, professional, and administrative superiors and committees.

5. Performs plan and permit review for private and public development projects.

6. Prepares permit and inspection fees from cost estimates and quantity takeoffs; calculates water, wastewater, police, and fire impact fees; calculates stormwater utility fees.

7. Ensures that legally required recordkeeping and monitoring is accomplished for assigned projects.

8. Performs construction project management for various City (i.e., park development, public facilities construction) and utility projects; develops specifications and cost estimates, issues work authorizations, ensures timely deliverables, serves as liaison between the City and contractors, and approves invoices for payments.

9. Identifies and develops scope and budget for new capital projects; plans and prepares long-term capital project program.

10. Performs professional engineering work in the office and field in connection with the development and preparation of engineering plans for typical municipal projects such as roadway construction, storm drainage systems, subdivision improvements, water/wastewater/reclaimed water systems, water/wastewater/reclaimed water treatment facilities, and various other civil engineering activities.

11. Participates in the preparation of grant applications and in the administration of grant projects either independently or in coordination with other in-house staff.

12. Responds to citizen questions or complaints. 

13. Represents the Department in meetings and activities involving the City committees and boards, citizens, county, state, and federal governmental agencies; and employees from other departments. 

14. Represents the City by working with other agencies on area-wide projects such as flood management and regional water quality issues, and acts as the City’s representative at county, state, and national organizations.

15. Performs related work as required.

16. Performs emergency response duties as assigned.

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in civil engineering or a related field is required. A Master’s degree may be substituted for one (1) year of experience. At least three (3) years of work experience in civil engineering, particularly in the principles, standard methods and practices of municipal engineering, operation and maintenance of water supply systems, wastewater collection, transmission, and treatment/reuse/disposal systems.

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