Engineering Project Manager - Construction Inspection
The County of Riverside
Location: Riverside, California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $110,386.02 - $165,711.62
Civil - Inspection
Civil - Project Management
Civil - Transportation
Years of Experience:
5 - 10
Flexible Schedule, Pension Plan
Internal Number: 24-76419-01
The County of Riverside Transportation Department has an opportunity for an Engineering Project Manager (EPM) assigned to the Construction Inspection Division in Riverside.
This EPM will plan, organize, assign, and review the work of professional staff, technical engineering staff, and consultants involved in the the planning, environmental and regulatory processing, scheduling, design, operation, administration and construction of major Public Works Improvement Projects. These projects will involve significant resources, complex technical execution requirements, complicated environmental and regulatory issues, Federal and/or State funding, and relationship management.
The individual selected to support the Construction Division will direct the day-to-day construction management for the TIP projects. The incumbent will be instrumental in bringing assigned projects through to completion and ensuring that work is completed timely and within the specifications. The Department desires seasoned construction project managers with experience navigating the construction execution and management process while working closely with involved stakeholders such as Caltrans, utility companies, and other organizations in order to accomplish desired objectives.
Competitive candidates will possess advanced knowledge and expertise in engineering requirements for new construction and improvement projects, as they apply to transportation planning, highway design, construction and maintenance, personnel management, and budgeting.
This recruitment will be open continuous until the position(s) have been filled. Applications will be reviewed in the order they have been received.
Meet the Team!
The Transportation Department is responsible for planning, designing, funding, building, operating and maintaining all roads, bridges, and transportation facilities within the unincorporated County territory.
Education: Graduation from an accredited college with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Geology, Planning, Transportation Planning, Public Administration, Urban Geography or closely related field.
Experience: Four years of professional engineering experience including two years of engineering experience in a lead, administrative or supervisory capacity that included project management responsibilities.
License/Certificates: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver’s License.
Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers
Knowledge of: The principles and practices of engineering especially as they apply to traffic, transportation planning, highway design, hydraulics, hydrology, geotechnical, local, State and Federal environmental and regulatory requirements, and economic analysis; State and Federal standards concerning Public Works Projects design and construction; the principles and techniques of project and/or program management, engineering administration, personnel management, project funding and budgeting.
Ability to: Plan, organize, and direct the work of an engineering/project development division; prioritize and supervise the work of professional engineers, technicians, inspectors, field construction staff and planners; prepare, manage and administer program budgets; perform or review engineering calculations; prepare or direct the preparation of civil design plans, specifications, and comprehensive technical reports; perform technical research to analyze situations accurately, and adopt effective courses of action; review, evaluate, recommend, and/or approve proposals and plans of complex Public Works Projects and/or Programs; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others.
With rivers, mountain peaks, deserts and fertile valleys, Riverside County offers diversity that few locations can match. More than two million people live in Riverside County, taking advantage of affordable housing, nearby beaches, mountains, hiking and bike trails, the Wine Country near Temecula and resorts that offer oases in the desert.