The City of Manassas is looking for a qualified individual to serve as a stormwater engineer in the Engineering Department. Performs professional level engineering planning and design for stormwater related construction and maintenance projects. Reviews plans prepared by civil engineering for private site developments and City projects to ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local ordinances, policies and regulations relating to stormwater management; storm drainage; and erosion and sediment control. Supervises site inspector positions responsible for inspection of private development and capital improvement projects to ensure compliance with approved plans and state and local regulations.
The HIRING RANGE for this position is: $82,201.60 - $102,377.60/DOQ
- Job Functions
Reviews stormwater management and drainage aspects of private and public site development and capital improvement engineering plans to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and City laws, ordinances, regulations, and standards. Evaluates and assesses the impact of proposed designs with respect to construction and installation of public infrastructure; drainage and storm water run-off; hydrology & hydraulics; grading; erosion and sediment control; and related issues. Works with consultants to resolve comments and issues. Recommends approval of plans once all issues have been satisfactorily addressed.
Assists in the preparation of the stormwater portion of the City's Capital Improvement Project (CIP) program and performs professional level engineering planning and design for stormwater related construction and maintenance projects. Using AutoCAD software prepares designs that meet defined objectives, priorities, budgets and deadlines, as well as applicable federal, state and City laws, regulations, standards and policies.
Serves as City's Floodplain Administrator. Maintains flood maps and models approved by FEMA. Reviews development plans for impacts to the existing floodplains and requires and reviews analysis of impacts and coordinates with FEMA as applicable.
Represents the City in meetings and various forums regarding private development and City projects. Discusses issues with citizens, developers, engineering consultants, and other city/state agencies to achieve understanding and consensus on all issues raised; presents the Department's views on proposed development projects. Provides technical responses to questions posed by developers, civil engineers, citizens and other stakeholders.
Assigns, supervises, directs, and evaluates the work of site inspection staff and prepares annual performance evaluations providing counseling and discipline as warranted; interviews potential candidates and makes hiring recommendations; and trains staff in operations, policies, procedures, and ensures they are informed about information affecting the department and their work.
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in civil engineering, or a related field with course work in computer-aided drafting; and, four to six years of progressively responsible related experience; or, any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver's license and certification as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- Special Requirements
Possession of or the ability to obtain the following certifications within one year of employment is required:
Virginia Combined Administrator Certification for stormwater and erosion and sediment control plan review and inspection; and Certified Floodplain Manager status from the Association of State Floodplain Managers
This position will remain open until filled.