Senior Civil EngineerAMADOR COUNTY
Open Until Filled
The Public Works Department is currently seeking a Senior Civil Engineer. The ideal candidate will have three (3) years of increasingly responsible professional and paraprofessional engineering experience in planning, development, construction and maintenance of Public Works facilities. Must have possession of current registration as a professional Engineer in California.
Definition: Under minimal supervision, to perform advanced journey-level field and office professional civil
engineering work, including complete project management responsibility, in a wide variety of public works projects;
to perform traffic engineering and transportation planning work; and to supervise the engineering positions within
the Public Works Agency and work performed by independent contractors. Incumbents in this position use
considerable discretion and independent judgment in prioritizing, planning, directing, and coordinating engineering
division projects. This class performs a variety of departmental administrative functions and is responsible for
reviewing and training assigned staff and providing advanced technical engineering assistance.
Examples of Duties:
Designs, prepares, and evaluates preliminary and final plans and specifications for a variety of road,
bridge, drainage, and related public works projects, requiring professional engineering expertise
Performs a variety of project development and coordination assignments
Performs resident engineering work, including contract administration, inspection, and coordination
Ensures that contractors meet proper standards, specifications, cost control, and time requirements
Approves change orders and progress payments; performs foundation and hydrology studies
Receives and researches a variety of inquiries
Collects, organizes, summarizes, and analyzes a variety of technical engineering data
Prepares grant proposals
Assists with the review of environmental impact reports
Prepares preliminary reports for tentative subdivision map conditions
Performs field surveys
Uses a computer to reduce survey data
Prepares earth volume and other calculations
Develops data for the acquisition of right-of-way
Prepares cost estimates
Reviews laboratory analyses and materials reports for compliance
Performs traffic studies
Develops and proposes solutions to complex engineering problems
Receives applications and reviews, approves, and issues permits, providing a variety of technical
engineering advice to the public and other agencies
May oversee water quality programs
May serve as a member of the County Technical Advisory Committee
May provide some work direction for maintenance and support staff
Provides training, project coordination, and lead direction for technical and engineering staff
Represents the County Public Works Agency in meetings with contractors, engineers, developers, property
owners, attorneys, and representatives of other public agencies
Comprehensive knowledge of principles, practices, and methods of Civil Engineering as applied to the
design, construction, and maintenance of roads and Public Works facilities
Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the
required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would
Three (3) years of increasingly responsible professional and paraprofessional engineering
experience in planning, development, construction and maintenance of Public Works facilities.
Educational training and background necessary to professional engineering registration in California.
Special Requirements: Possession of an appropriate California Driver's License issued by the California
Department of Motor Vehicles.
Possession of current registration as a professional engineer in California.
Selection Requirement: All interested applicants must fill out an Amador County employment application.
Applications will be evaluated by a screening committee. The best qualified candidates will be selected for an
To Apply: Contact Amador County HR Dept., 810 Court Street, Jackson, CA 95642; 209-223-6456, or visit www.amadorgov.org.
Closing: Open Until Filled
Amador County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Applicants will be considered without regard to their race, religious creed, color, national origin,
ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status,
sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.