- 12-Sep-2022 to Until Filled (MST)
- Public Works
- Layton, UT, USA
- Full Time
$31.39 - $46.15
Performs a variety of professional, technical and complex duties as needed to assist in coordinating and participating in the design, development and construction of City infrastructure. Serves as an engineering project leader or manager in performing administrative and technical functions.
The duties of this position will have an emphasis in pavement maintenance and roadway signs.
Promotes and follows the City's mission statement, values and expectations.
Conducts engineering division review and approval of commercial and residential project plans and construction drawings during development review process; insures compliance with codes and standards; screens for traffic and parking issues, drainage issues, right‑of‑way issues and special requirements of planning commission actions (annexations, zone changes, special use permits, etc.).
Prepares preliminary and final construction plans and specifications for street, water, sewer, and storm drainage capital improvement projects for the city; makes complex engineering calculations, requiring math skills; performs field and/or site reviews to gather information to assure accurate calculations; creates design plans from filed survey data.
Coordinates a variety of operations and activities undertaken by the Engineering Division related to infrastructure analysis and public works systems; coordinates project priorities; prepares engineering reviews and reports for proposed projects and developments; completes preliminary design of utility systems; aids in establishing City master plan for various utility systems.
Serves as liaison with Federal, State, County, and local jurisdictions; represents the City as staff to various commissions and task forces; prepares various reports, projections, and evaluations as required; provides input to City council and committees as required.
Assists with various aspects of project management and scheduling; insures adherence with established standards and work plans, processes and procedures; coordinates legal activities and requirements; prepares change orders; monitors consultant activities and work to assure compliance with standards and contract specifications; assures timely completion; conducts and coordinates project inspections.
Reviews public works project site plans to determine compliance with established public works policies, rules, regulations, ordinances, etc.; performs periodic public works inspections to assure compliance with material specifications and work quality.
Maintains and updates City maps showing annexation requirements per state code; provides miscellaneous drafting services to other departments as needed.
Performs related duties as required.
Staff Engineer I
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and two (2) years experience in similar work setting OR an equivalent combination of education and experience
Must posses a valid Utah State Drivers License
Staff Engineer II
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and four (4) years experience in similar work setting OR an equivalent combination of education and experience
LAYTON CITY BENEFITS
Benefits effective upon date of hire.
- Comprehensive Health, Dental, and Vision Plans
- 13 Paid Holidays
- Vacation and Sick Leave
- Annual Sick Leave Buy-Back Option
- Retirement - Utah State Retirement System
- Employee Assistance Program
- Long-Term Disability
- Wellness Program
- Tuition Assistance