Civil Engineer III
The Department of Transportation and Environmental Services (T&ES) is seeking a Civil Engineer III in the Sanitary Infrastructure Division to perform civil engineering work and manage projects related to the City's sanitary and combined sewer systems. The primary focus of this position will be evaluating the impact redevelopment projects will have on the sanitary sewer capacity and identification of system upgrades required in order to accommodate future growth. In addition, this position will be responsible for ensuring that all redevelopment projects are in compliance with the City's combined sewer system policy.
The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience in reviewing flow monitoring data, analyzing sewer capacity, identifying sewer system constraints, and being able to identify and evaluate infrastructure improvements and upgrades within the collection system. Duties related to this position will also include the following:
Evaluate alternatives and prepare concept-level designs for sanitary sewer infrastructure projects;
Review development plans and coordinate with Small Area Plan efforts to ensure adequate sanitary sewer capacity for future growth;
Utilize the City's sanitary sewer collection system modeling for analysis of sewer capacity;
Utilize GIS mapping for analysis and presentation purposes;
Oversee consulting engineers' task orders and contracts related to City projects, ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget;
Prepare technical and non-technical correspondence, memoranda, and reports to a variety of stakeholders;
Ensure that projects adhere to State and Federal regulations;
Conduct surveys of other jurisdictions regarding their experience with various policies, products, construction materials and techniques;
Represent the Department in meetings with other City departments and in meetings with citizens and citizen's associations relative to City projects;
Conduct field investigations and perform related work as required.
The Ideal Candidate
To qualify for this position, all candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering; and five (5) years of professional experience.
To be considered as an ideal candidate, one should also possess an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification and at least three (3) years of experience related to sanitary sewer collection systems.
About the Department
T&ES is a community partner in shaping a livable, green, and prospering Alexandria. We plan, build, operate, and maintain transportation systems and infrastructure that improve mobility and provide people and businesses with core public services. The work we do keeps Alexandrians moving, growing sustainability, and thriving. If you are curious for a broader view of our City, click City of Alexandria to learn more.