Engineer (Development Review)-Seminole County
Salary: $49,004.80 - $84,988.80. Closing Date February 26, 2017
Professional work involving the review, coordination, and processing of development applications as related to civil engineering design, with appropriate environmental considerations, for roadway design, traffic operations, drainage systems, water quality, stormwater management, wetlands, and flood prone areas, to insure compliance and consistency with the Seminole County Land Development Code and Comprehensive Plan. Assists the department in achieving its mission and vision statements.
Participates as a team member for the review of site plan, subdivision, and other permit application packages to assure compliance with current engineering requirements of the County Codes.
Coordinates engineering issues with other departments, divisions, outside agencies, applicants, developers, and engineers during the review of development projects, and makes recommendations to bring about consistency with established codes, regulations and standards.
Reviews legal descriptions and instruments for plats, deeds, and easements for dedication, as related to development proposals.
Provides technical assistance to other staff and officials on matters requiring engineering analysis.
Participates in pre-application conferences, project review team meetings, and pre-construction conferences, to assure that engineering design standards and specifications are correct, clear and concise.
Prepares agenda items for the Board of County Commissioners meetings as necessary.
Advises developers, engineers, and the public, on County policies regarding water management, road design, and other engineering analysis issues.
Represents the Division and the Department at various meetings and conferences and on local technical and advisory committees.
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and three (3) years of responsible engineering experience in the supervision, administration, or management of engineering design projects.