This position has the following general job requirements and duties:
Have a professional engineering registration in Georgia and the ability to become registered in other southeastern states.
Serve as the project engineer for municipal engineering efforts. Be responsible for applying intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas. Uses advanced techniques, theory, precepts, and practices in a specialized engineering field and related sciences and disciplines.
Participate as a team member in collecting data, writing reports, designing projects, permitting projects and providing construction administration of projects.
Serve as a mentor and advisor for project engineers with less experience. Provide initial quality control reviews of work by younger project engineers and other staff.
Assist project managers with estimating staffing needs, determining schedules and assigning work as needed to meet deadlines.
Participate in client meetings to review project scope and status.
Assist project managers with client and project management duties as necessary.
Become familiar with funding mechanisms in Georgia for water and sewer projects such as USDA, GEFA, DCA, etc.
Participate in business development efforts by attending industry conventions and workshops associated with the Association of County Commissioners, Georgia Municipal Association, Rural Water Associate and Georgia Association of Water Professionals.
Keep abreast of engineering developments and recommend changes to program or design methods.