Land Surveying, Surveying, Cartography and Photogrammetrics
THE POSITION: Under general direction, performs professional engineering and administrative work at an advanced level and assists the Public Works Director in planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the various divisions of the department; and performs other work as required.
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Assists in planning, organizing, and activities of the department and acts for the director in his absence; assists in determining departmental policy and confers with departmental superintendents on matters of the department; answers public inquiries regarding policy; makes studies, investigations, and reports to assist the manager in making presentations to the City Manager or City Council; meets and confers with the general public, contractors, or representatives of other departments or governmental agencies to discuss agreements, policies, budget items, and programs of the department, makes final review of plans and specifications prior to signing by the manager; prepares or reviews capital improvement and departmental outlay budgets; prepares draft cooperative agreements with other agencies; reviews plans and proposals for their relationship with the City.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applications will be accepted only for those applicants who clearly demonstrate on the COMPLETED City Application and Resume that they have:
Registered as a Civil Engineer in the State of California; AND
Eight (8) years of progressively responsible professional experience in civil engineering including field and office work
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATION: Land Surveyor license and/or land surveying experience.
OTHER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Knowledge of: The principles and practices of civil engineering; the investigation, design, and construction of general public works with emphasis on street, sewage installations; the principles and practices of land surveying and mapping; and the principles, practices, and equipment of modern office management. Ability to: plan and supervise the work of technical and professional personnel; make and check complex engineering computations, and to prepare engineering plans and specifications; and supervise the preparation of engineering records and to make concise technical reports. Skills in the use and demonstration of engineering office and field instruments.
EXAMINATION (Weighted 100%): The method of examination may include one or more of the following: written exam; oral exam; evaluation of education, training, experience or other qualifications as shown by the application, or by other information submitted, or by the record; questionnaires submitted to references; or any other appropriate measure of fitness. A minimum passing score of 70% is required. NOTE: Admission to the Examination may be limited to those applicants who demonstrate the best combination of qualifications. Applicants possessing the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed admittance to the Examination. Resume will NOT be accepted in lieu of a completed application.
Internal Number: #01356
About CITY OF BAKERSFIELD
The Mission of Human Resources is to contribute to the City of Bakersfield’s success in meeting the needs of the citizens of Bakersfield by providing customer-focused Human Resources expertise that is value added. The City of Bakersfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.