This is a highly advanced professional and supervisory engineering position. Work involves management services for the Community Development Department. This position utilizes, coordinates and balances all development applications and other resources to increase effectiveness in providing excellent customer service. This position works with considerable independence and requires advanced technical knowledge.
Essential Job Functions
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.
Manages, organizes, directs and supervises work activities in the area of project management, development review and processing, engineering design and civil construction.
Coordinates engineering and construction issues with other county departments, divisions, other governmental agencies, applicants, developers and engineers during the review and construction of development projects.
Performs site inspections where assessments are being performed and provides immediate recommendations for corrective actions as necessary.
Conducts meetings with the consultant engineers to discuss, debate, analyze and resolve all aspects of engineering designs and analysis issues related to developments.
Attends and participates in community meetings as necessary and prepare presentations to County Departments, Board of County Commission and the Planning Commission regarding specific development issues, regulations, procedures and policies.
Assists in the preparation of related Agenda items for the Board of County Commissioners meetings as necessary.
Involved in the establishment of Employee Development Programs and assists in the annual budget preparation.
Advises developers, engineers, and the public on county policies regarding storm water management, road design, grading design and other development related issues.
Represents the division and the department at various meetings and conferences and on local technical and advisory committees.
Participates as a lead team member for the review of site plans, subdivisions, DRI projects, environmental and other permit application packages to ensure compliance with the engineering requirements of the county Land Development Codes.
Reviews legal descriptions and instruments for plats, deeds, and easements for dedication as related to development proposals.
Participates in the Development Review Committee (DRC) and pre-application meetings and pre-application meeting to ensure compliance and to explain county's objectives and requirements based on code support and strong engineering background.
Prepares and submits required reports on section activities.
Responds to requests for engineering data or technical opinions as required.
Initiates and effectively recommends for approval to the Division Manager, hiring, termination, performance evaluations and disciplinary and / or commendatory actions for assigned personnel.
Interprets and enforces county design policies and procedures.
Performs additional duties and tasks as may be assigned or as may be necessary, relating to the departments function.
Education/Experience: Bachelor's Degree in a related Engineering field supplemented by eight (8) years of engineering experience showing increasing levels of responsibility.
Must be registered as a Professional Engineer in the State of Florida, or if registered in another State be able to obtain licensure in Florida within 90 days upon hiring.
Must possess a valid Florida Driver's license.
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