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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
12/20/2017
Job Category:
Engineering
Supervising Engineer
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City of Sacramento | Sacramento, CA
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Job Description

Application Deadline: 01/10/2018

The City of Sacramento, Department of Public Works is seeking highly motivated, experienced individuals to fill 3 Supervising Engineer positions. The 3 positions will provide leadership and support in the following areas:

Transportation Division, Traffic Operations Center: The ideal candidate for this position will have outstanding leadership skills as well as extensive experience in transportation and traffic engineering. As the manager of the City of Sacramento's Traffic Operations Center (TOC), the ideal candidate will have experience managing and leading a diverse group of technical experts and coordinating with field staff responsible for operations and maintenance of the City's Traffic Signal grid. As such, strong written and verbal communication skills are required. In addition to TOC management, responsibilities include implementing the City's ITS master plan, managing multiple traffic signal operations/upgrade programs, and managing the day to day workload of TOC staff. The ideal candidate will be a big picture thinker capable of creating a culture of innovation in the TOC.

Engineering Services Division, Civil & Electrical Design Section: The ideal candidate for this position would possess extensive experience in transportation, and be skilled at managing and coaching project managers in the design, surveying and construction of all phases of a transportation project. Responsibilities include; supervising a work unit consisting of professional and technical classifications, preparing reports to the city's legislative body, planning and forecasting work unit activities, managing personnel issues, developing process enhancements, monitoring project progress and individual workloads, and coaching project managers in the technical aspects of project delivery processes such as scoping, design, right of way, environmental and construction.

Engineering Services Division, Development Engineering Section: The ideal candidate for this position would possess extensive experience in general civil and transportation engineering, land development, the Subdivision Map Act, improvement plan review, and be skilled at managing and coaching engineers and technical staff reviewing subdivision maps and plans for private development projects. Responsibilities include; supervising a work unit consisting of professional and technical classifications, preparing and presenting reports to the City's Planning Commission and City Council, planning and forecasting work unit activities, managing personnel issues, developing process enhancements, monitoring project progress and individual workloads, and coaching project managers in the technical aspects of their projects.


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About City of Sacramento

The City of Sacramento, Sacramento County, California, was founded in 1849, and is the oldest incorporated city in California. In 1920, Sacramento City voters adopted a City Charter (municipal constitution) and a City Council - City Manager form of government, which are still used today. The City Council consists of a Mayor elected by all City voters, and Councilmembers elected to represent the eight separate Council districts in the City. Each district is a separate geographical area with a population of about 51,000 residents. Each Councilmember must be a registered voter and live in the district they represent. Elected members serve 4 year terms and elections are staggered every two years in even numbered years. (Council District Information, including summary report of population and racial statistics). The Council establishes City policies, ordinances, and land uses; approves the City's annual budget, contracts, and agreements; hears appeals of decisions made by City staff or citizen advisory groups; and appoints four Charter Officers, a City Manager, City Attorney, City Treasurer, and City Clerk. Councilmembers serve on several working committees, such as Law and Legislation, and Personnel and Public Employees. In 2002, City voters amended the City Charter and established a Compensation Commission to set the compensation for the Mayor, Council members and public members of City boards and commissions. This Charter Amendment also established the Mayor's position as a full-time job. The City Council holds public meetings most Tuesday afternoons and evenings (at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. respectively) in the City Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall, 915 I Street in downtown Sacramento. The Council also holds special meetings and committee meetings which are open to the public. Agendas for City Council and Council committee meetings are available online and in the City Clerk's Office, Room 211 of City Hall. The City also has a Legislative Affairs Unit; it's primary purpose is to advocate, coordinate and advance the City's legislative agenda to enhance the City's ability to govern and provide essential municipal and community services.