Project Development Engineering Specialist

$46,817 - $81,930 yearly
  • NC Department of Transportation
  • 113 Airport Dr, Edenton, NC 27932, USA
  • May 10, 2024
Full time Biking, Walking, and Mobility Engineering Roads, Streets, and Sidewalks

Job Description

How to Apply
You MUST apply at https://tinyurl.com/y727sufc by May 22.
 
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The Challenge
We are hiring an experienced transportation engineering specialist to join our Project Development team.
 
In this role, you will:
    • Directly support our Project Development Engineer in project design and plan development for roadway and bridge construction projects.
    • Assess field conditions as well as preliminary estimates to ensure construction feasibility and clarity or planning documents.
    • Perform field surveying.
    • Serve as a survey party lead.
    • Review survey work done by others.
    • Perform preliminary project estimates.
    • Assist with proposal information and assembly.
 
What You Bring
    • An excellent understanding of all phases of transportation construction, from initial utility relocation and right of way processes through actual construction and project completion.
    • Experience applying engineering concepts to solve complex problems.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Office and drafting applications.
    • Knowledge of, and ability to perform, math functions (such as algebra, geometry and trigonometry) to project construction, surveying, and estimating.
    • Experience reading and interpreting construction plans, contract provisions, specifications, and procedures.
    • Experience taking notes, collecting field data, and preparing routine reports.
    • Fitness to work in a variety of conditions, including office and outdoor work, and in extreme weather.
    • Ability to work among construction site hazards, such as uneven terrain, working at heights, and in the vicinity of heavy equipment, and highway traffic.
    • Strong working knowledge of NCDOT policies and procedures.
    • Ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
    • Safety toe shoes.
 
Education & Experience
    • Associate's degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Survey Technology, or related discipline, and
    • 6+ years progressive technician experience; or
      
    • High School/GED Diploma, and
    • 8+ years progressive technician experience; or
      
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
 
Questions?
Call me:  Karen Stefanowich at 252.482.1850.
 
 
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