Manages the work of staff including: coaching staff for improvement and development, training, assigning, reviewing, and evaluating work performance; coordinating activities, maintaining standards, allocating personnel, selecting new employees. Ensure continuing professional development and training opportunities are in place to support the department's succession planning efforts. Review employee non-performance and compliance issues and initiates the appropriate corrective actions.
Manages the reviews of plans for public and private infrastructure to ensure compliance with applicable standards and regulations. Provides coordination between City, developers, consultants and contractors.
Provides timely and complete response to work requests from constituents, such as residents, Council Members and management. Keep all interested parties informed of the status and completion of the request. Coordinates and communicates with citizens, developers, consultants and other governmental agencies. Participates in the planning and construction of public infrastructure and in the development of the CIP. Coordinates with Project Utility Companies (Electrical, Gas, Fiber optic, Cable, etc.)
Assists Director in developing a vision and strategic plan for PWE. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, and ensure reports required by regulators are filed in a timely and complete manner.
Produces plans and specifications. Maintains and runs modeling software. Responsible for evaluating, coordinating and implementation of long and short-term planning, goals and objectives. Develops and maintains Capital Improvement Plan.
Develops and monitors operating budget expenditures, provides internal budget controls, and assists Director in determining budget priorities and developing an appropriate course of action. Discusses and reviews each division's budget along with goals and objectives within each.
1. BS in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited university.
2. Current Professional Engineer License (Obtain Texas P.E. license within six months).
3. Seven or more years of experience as a Licensed Professional Engineer.
4. Valid Driver's License with acceptable driving record.
Skills in management and leadership techniques. Knowledge of interpersonal, motivational and people skills. Ability to deal effectively with several problems at one time, dealing appropriately with several individuals in solving problems. Must be customer service oriented. Computer literate in Word and Excel. Ability to get along appropriately with co-workers and the public.