This is intermediate-level professional engineering and supervisory work performed in the office and field in connection with the design, construction, operations, maintenance and monitoring of the City's closed landfill and waste oil collection sites. Assignments are received from higher-level engineers or supervisors who define the scope of the work, review the work in progress and upon completion, and certify the results. The work is characterized by the application of expanded professional expertise encompassing both theoretical concepts and operational considerations gained through experience. Work involves direct responsibility for subordinate crews and maintaining effective employee relations. Work often requires independent judgment and discretion in supervising staff and implementing assigned programs and services.IMPORTANT: THERE IS A SUPPLEMENTAL ESSAY QUESTION ON THE JOB POSTING. YOU MUST ATTACH YOUR ANSWER IN THE ATTACHMENT SECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION. (To view the questions, click on the supplemental question tab OR view the bottom section of the job bulletin)
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Methods and techniques associated with the construction and inspection of public works projects. Safety hazards of the work and methods of promoting safety programs.
Possession of a valid Wisconsin driver's license.
Employees in this classification must be able to navigate uneven terrain to access remote field locations; work outdoors in adverse weather conditions for extended periods of time; climb ladders and enter confined spaces to access equipment for inspection.Incumbent will be expected to work nights, weekends, holidays when inclement weather, emergency or other situations. This position will also be expected to participate as a member of after-hours Engineering On-Call Supervisor rotation.