Engineer Support Specialist II
Engineer Support Specialist II
$42,866.00 - $48,332.00 Annually
314 Coleman Young Municipal Center, MI
Certified-Regular Civil Service
Department of Public works
Under general supervision, assists technical management staff in the design, selection, installation, implementation, testing, monitoring and administration of department engineering technology and projects.
Examples of Duties
Collects, analyzes, develops standards for and presents technical documentation and information for use in planning, design, procurement, construction, monitoring and compliance work as well as coordination of technical projects.
Performs the field inspection of construction projects and prepares Inspector Daily Reports (IDR) and inputs data in the Michigan Department of Transportation Field Manager software.
Interprets contract, engineering and other technical documentation to develop information pertinent to assigned technical projects or areas of responsibility.
Uses knowledge of codes, regulations, policies and procedures to do inspections, monitor and observe specialized portions of engineering, construction, maintenance and operations contracts, technical pilot projects, legal and contract compliance requirements.
Conducts special studies and tests requiring application of elementary engineering principles in connection with engineering, operations, maintenance and other technological projects.
Prepares reports related to assigned technical problems, monitors work, details tests conducted and makes observations of results obtained.
Determines spatial representation of information and prepares engineering drawings and maps on Computer Assisted Drafting and Design (CADD) and applying Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology.
Assigns and uses CADD levels for project mapping data attachment to city base maps and does requisite consultation and coordination with department divisions and other city departments.
Develops cell libraries and standards for the integration and presentation of project documentation data in CADD.
Confers with and coordinates project instructions, documentation and information with designated personnel, departmental divisions and other agencies.
Examines and interprets source material, such as tables, contracts, engineering documents, catalogs, maps, specifications, operations manuals, drawings, office records and other documents for reference in carrying out assignments and writes minor engineering or other technical specifications.
Assembles and summarizes technical data into charts and graphs, maintains and modifies databases, records and specialized logs.
Calculates quantities of materials required and assists in the procurement of goods and services.
Prepares equipment for project or monitoring work.
Prepares work schedules and supervises the work of assigned technical or clerical staff.
High school graduation or G.E.D. with successful completion of coursework in algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Completion of advanced training with coursework applicable to engineering or engineering technology work. Associate degree in design or engineering technology is preferred.
Four years of experience in technical work that includes CADD operation for engineering, planning or mapping projects, or other technical work involving the application of the principles, methods and techniques of engineering technology and the presentation of technical documentation and information in support of coordination of engineering projects.
Engineering/electronics practices and principles.
MDOT'S FieldManager software.
Application of drafting theory to a wide variety of drafting operations and related engineering activities.
Data and voice communications and their networking system fundamentals and terminology.
Application of CADD equipment to geographic mapping and information systems.
Hardware and software directly supporting assigned areas of responsibility.
Use of CADD equipment and application software.
Interacting effectively with subordinates, department personnel and others with tact and diplomacy.
Use of personal computers, peripheral devices and common office software.
Supervise the work of others.
Read and interpret engineering plans and specifications.
Compile and prepare reports involving mathematical calculations.
Coordinate and facilitate completion of multiple and varied assignments.
Visualize spatial relationships and observe operations in detail.
Instruct others in the use of information technology equipment.
Diagnose data communications problems and recover from error conditions.
Communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
Use electronic testing instruments.
Use GIS equipment and software in support of technical projects.
Acquire additional knowledge and education to remain current in field.
Subjects and Weights:
Oral Appraisal Examination: 70% maximum
Evaluation of Training, Experience and Personal Qualifications: 30% maximum.
Total: Oral Appraisal Examination and Evaluation of Training, Experience and Personal Qualifications: 100% maximum.
Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis.
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Valid State of Michigan Operator License. Employees in this class may be required to operate a motor vehicle.
Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Fieldwork involves exposure to a variety of industrial plant processes and construction sites and seasonal weather conditions.
City Employees Benefits Summary
The City of Detroit offers a competitive and comprehensive employee benefit package. We pride ourselves on the longevity of our employees. Part of the reason for the low turnover rate is the exceptional benefit package listed below. Benefits include, but are not limited to the following:
Eligible for hospital, surgical, and prescription drug benefits after ninety-one (91) days of employment.
Eligible for dental care after sixth (6) months of employment.
Eligible for eye care after six (6)months of employment.
Optional group insurance available to employee and their family. The City pays 60% of premium for first $12,500 of employee life insurance. Employee may purchase, at own expense, life insurance for spouse and each dependent.
Long-Term Disability Insurance (Income Protection Plan)
The City offers disability insurance through payroll deductions for persons who become disabled and who are not yet eligible for a service retirement.
City employees accrue sick leave based on the number of regular hours worked. Full time employees earn ninety-six (96) hours of sick leave per year. You may carry over your unused sick leave. Effective July 7, 2012 maximum accumulation is 300 hours.
VACATION and LEAVE
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King's Birthday
Day after Thanksgiving
New Year's Eve
Other Leave Policies
The City also has the following paid and unpaid leaves; funeral leave, Family and Medical Leave, jury duty, military duty leave, unpaid personal leave,
City Employees Retirement System
As a regular City employee you automatically become a member of the General Retirement System. This entitles you to a retirement allowance after:
Completion of thirty (30) years of service; - At age sixty (60) if you have at least ten (10) years of service, or - At age sixty-five (65) with eight (8) years of service. (In the event of disability, other eligibility rules apply); An early, actuarially reduced, retirement is offered after you have attained at least twenty-five (25) years of service; Employees are vested after ten (10) years of service, regardless of age.
Employees have many opportunities for growth and career advancement throughout all City departments and divisions.
Have a successful career with the City of
Detroit. Always remember that you are a part of a team with a common Vision of delivering excellent service to the citizens of the City of Detroit.
Do you possess a valid State of Michigan Driver License?
Did you graduate from High school or obtain your GED, with successful completion of coursework in algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Completion of advanced training with coursework applicable to engineering or engineering technology work?
An Associate degree in design or engineering technology is preferred.
City of Detroit
Coleman A. Young Municipal Center
2 Woodward Ave ste 316
Detroit, Michigan, 48226
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