The City of Norfolk's Department of Utilities is seeking qualified candidates for a Civil Engineer IV and V in our Engineering Division. The Civil Engineer V assists in planning, implementing, and directing the engineering, planning, design, construction, and administrative functions of the Utilities' Engineering Division.
Essential functions include but are not limited to:
Assists the Engineering Manager in planning, implementing, and directing the engineering, planning, design, construction, and administrative functions of the Utilities' Engineering Division.
Facilitates the completion of the Division's objectives by developing strategic plans, processes, and performance measures that relate to overall objectives.
Manage complex design, construction, repair, and demolition projects related to Department of Utilities assets, including dams and reservoirs, water treatment plants, water distribution and transmission pipelines, wastewater collection and transmission pipelines, water and sanitary sewer pumping stations, water storage tanks, operational support facilities, and incidental infrastructure construction and repair.
Develop requirements for infrastructure recapitalization; manage and track capital improvement budget for assigned projects. Administer construction project-related documentation requirements including certified payrolls, Davis-Bacon and Related Acts, American Iron and Steel, Lead-Free, Erosion and Sedimentation control, and other state and federal programs.
Develop Requests for Proposal (RFP) and manage Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) contracts. Independently develop scopes of work and estimated costs and schedules, negotiate scope and costs on behalf of the Department, prepare and execute task orders, and provide technical review of consultant work products. Provide oversight of construction projects, supply technical input on construction-related issues, and review and validate change order requests.
Requires ability to perform highly complex technical analysis and engineering calculations.
Coordinates activities by acting as a liaison between departments and other divisions to complete projects and division or departmental initiatives.
Interacts with citizens, civic organizations, officials, contractors, employees, and customers at all levels.
Five years of experience as a Civil Engineer.
Valid Driver's License, Professional Engineer's License (P.E.)
Norfolk’s Department of Utilities is the second largest waterworks in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As a regional water purveyor, Norfolk provides top quality drinking water to 1 million customers in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, parts of Chesapeake, and to the US Navy. In addition to water, the Department of Utilities also provides wastewater collection service to approximately 240,000 resi...dents in Norfolk.
Enhance quality of life by providing excellent water and wastewater services at the best possible value for our customers.
To exceed customer expectations through fast, effective and courteous service.
Embrace new and better ways of achieving quality results through creativity, initiative and technology.
Protect and respect our natural resources and foster a healthy, safe and clean environment.