Plans, coordinates and acts as liaison for land development projects. Coordinates the technical review of project plans among engineers, developers, public, various City departments, Planning Commission and City Council. Performs complex administrative, organizational, systems and related projects and analyses.
(Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following)
- Plans and coordinates a variety of scheduling, project management systems development, and reporting activities for private development and public works infrastructure projects and major public works capital improvement projects.
- Coordinates and assigns project plans for in-house review, plan check, and submits correction letters to design professionals.
- Tracks incoming and outgoing submittals, plans, reports and letters.
- Reviews engineering plans, bond and fee estimates and submittals, development plans, subdivisions, parcel maps, certificates of land divisions and related documents.
- Confers with consultants, developers, engineers, architects, contractors, property owners and others to give information regarding codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures related to the development of subdivisions, commercial and industrial projects, infrastructure projects, master planned and other related communities.
- Coordinates and reports project progress and ensures that each project element is appropriately scheduled and completed.
- Responds to inquiries and provides information, advice, feedback, liaison and staff support to refine work schedules or resolve problems.
- Prepares Planning Commission and City Council agenda items; compiles and verifies all data and input from interested parties.
- Maintains complete current files and provides blueprints as development projects are approved.
- Assigns, and monitors performance; mentors, trains, and advises employees for the goal of meeting departmental goals and employee career development.
- Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and projects, developing and implementing programs, administering state and federal grants and presenting technical data to management, elected officials, and others.
- Provides information, advice, feedback, or assistance to others within the division to refine work outputs or resolve problems.
- Confers with management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements.
- Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations.
- Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications.
- Attends and participates in internal/external meetings, completes required forms, documents and paperwork and prepares work program and reports work progress.
- Represents the Development and Flood Control Division on Public Works Department task forces when assigned.
- Performs other related duties as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED :
Education and Experience:
- Knowledge of the principles, practice and administration of municipal public works projects in order to perform administrative and/or technical duties at a level generally acquired through completion of an Associate degree in public/business administration, engineering, planning or field related to the work, or equivalent years of training and experience.
- Three years of progressively responsible and complex related work experience in project planning, administration, technical/administrative coordination and/or tracking experience, preferably in a public agency.
- Five years of civil engineering design and project management experience highly preferred.
- Associate Degree in engineering highly preferred
Licenses and Certifications:
- Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within the required time frame.
- Engineering mathematics through trigonometry.
- Codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures related to the work.
- Materials, methods and techniques of modern construction.
- Modern office procedures, methods, computers equipment and software.
- Supervising support and technical personnel.
- Applying basic engineering principles to the examination of a wide variety of plans.
- Reading plans and analyzing for compliance with codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Making accurate engineering calculations.
- Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials.
- Analytical abilities necessary to make sound, logical interpretations of codes and regulations are required. Many interpretations and decisions must be made quickly; sound judgment required to act in best interest of jurisdiction.
- Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions and consulting with others.
- Regular and timely attendance is required.
- People Group: Teamster Supervisor
- Grade: TEX-21
- Minimum Salary: 2148.01
- Maximum Salary: 3621.34
- Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY