The City of Newnan is seeking a new City Staff Engineer. Located 35 miles south of Atlanta, the City of Newnan is a growing, progressive community of more than 40,000 residents who hold a deep love for the city’s rich history and the surrounding Coweta county area. Since its beginnings in 1828, Newnan has experienced steady and prosperous growth. Today, the city stands as a planned center of growth that blends beautiful residential areas with a solid business community. The community is the ideal environment for living and working, offering state-of-the-art city and public safety services as well as a public school system that is ranked “excellent” by the Georgia Department of Education. Additionally, community parks offer biking, swimming, team sports, walking paths, and golfing opportunities for everyone.
The City of Newnan is seeking a City Staff Engineer who is a dedicated team player and can quickly gain the confidence of the community. This position performs professional work in the design, review, construction, inspection, and maintenance of civil engineering projects and facilities within the City, and related work as assigned. The City Staff Engineer must embrace the challenges and opportunities of the position in a diverse and growing community and must possess superior management skills in project management. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate a strong commitment to serving the citizens of Newnan and the ability to develop long-range plans, oversee the management of construction and engineering projects, as well as manage engineering expenditures. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills and have the ability to assist the Public Works Director in articulating a vision and developing consensus around public works issues and engineering projects.
Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, public administration, project management or a closely related field, with a Master's degree preferred.
A minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in a related-engineering field; or equivalent training, education, and/or experience required
Engineer in Training (EIT) is required. Professional Engineer (PE) is desired
Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Georgia Driver’s License within 30 days of hire
Possession of or ability to obtain Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission Level 1b and 2 certifications
Possession of or ability to obtain certification as a Certified Floodplain Manager
To find out more details about the position expectations, please visit our website for the full recruitment brochure at www.mercergroupinc.com
Expected starting salary range for this position is $75,000 - $90,000 (depending on qualifications of the selected candidate), with a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision and life insurance, defined benefit pension plan, 457 deferred compensation plan, paid time off, and negotiable relocation expenses. Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references and salary history no later than January 18, 2021 to: Lisa Ward, Senior Vice President, The Mercer Group, Inc., at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions please call 706-983-9326. Interviews are expected to be conducted the middle of February.
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Construction Forensics Specialist
City of Clearwater
Pennoni is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm founded more than five decades ago. We approach engineering challenges from a wider spectrum of angles than most, from land development to energy management. Our goal is to help communities and private sector clients alike navigate the ever-changing technological advancements available and learn how best to integrate “smart” solutions into the current landscape to make them a part of resilient and sustainable planning. Our combination of talent and experience generates unprecedented solutions for diverse and iconic projects around the globe.
Pennoni is currently looking for a Construction Forensics Specialist with experience consistent, but not limited to:
Assisting project engineer/manager in completion of various structural/forensic engineering projects intended to investigate building damage and failure investigations
Condition assessments, feasibility studies, renovations, and assistance during the oversite of administration needed
Field assessments, site visits, damage surveys and data collection will be included as part of typical responsibilities
Assistance in the preparation of assessment repairs to explain the findings of building failure/damage investigations
Utilizing engineering skills to create functioning designs and plans with which to construct them
Documenting conversations, calculations, assumptions, and decisions
Reading, creating, and reviewing documents and specifications
Providing insight to the team as appropriate, as well as organizing, planning, and handling multiple tasks and priorities
Required Education: BS in Civil Engineering
Minimum Years of Relevant Experience: 0-3 years
Licenses Required: EI preferred or Graduate Level Engineer
Experience working on elevated lifts including swing stages
Comfortability working in confined spaces or crawl spaces
Opportunity | Walton County Florida is located in the Florida Panhandle and is home to the famed County Road 30 A corridor. We are also home to world famous new urbanist communities including Seaside. Please visit https://www.visitsouthwalton.com/ to learn about living in Walton County and come work in paradise! This position is under the general supervision of the Planning and Development Director; the Project Civil Engineer, completes work involving short and long range development plans, stormwater and transportation issues as they relate to comprehensive planning and land development regulation in Walton County. The position is responsible for managing the Concurrency Management System (CMS), and working with Walton County Public Works, state, and federal agencies as they relate to transportation issues within Walton County.