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Under the general supervision of a division head, is responsible for and supervises all aspects of the design function on specific projects.
Searches existing records for survey, right-of-way, soils, and traffic information.
Directs preliminary survey, hydraulic and drainage studies and system design, performs structural analysis and design of bridges/ culverts, and conducts field reviews.
Develops costs estimates and addresses environmental considerations.
Supervises and participates in the preparation, revision and delivery of preliminary and final plans, specifications and engineer’s estimates.Must perform duties in a professional and courteous manner to promote a positive image of the Road Commission for Oakland County.
Regular and predictable onsite job attendance is an essential function of this position.
Requires a daily schedule that supports RCOC hours of operation.
This position requires a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
Proficiency with AutoCAD civil 3d is desired.
A minimum of five (5) years of experience commensurate with the duties described above is required.
Education Requirements -
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from an accredited college/university.
Proficiency with AutoCAD 3D is desired.
Minimum of five (5) years of experience.
Valid Driver’s License
Legally eligible to work in the United States.
Skills and Abilities -
Prior work experience with road design duties (culverts, drainage, bridges, soils, etc.) in a civil engineering setting.
Experience preparing plans for MDOT Local Agency Programs (federal aid) is preferred.
Familiarity with FHWA, MDOT & AASHTO standards, HEC-RAS, Autodesk Civil 3D, software is preferred
The ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Road Commission for Oakland CountyRCOC maintains more than 2,700 miles of county roads, over 230 miles of state highways and approximately 1,500 county, city and state traffic signals in Oakland County. We're also leading the way in developing "smart" traffic signals -- our FAST-TRAC system -- that employ state-of-the-art computer and communications technologies to improve traffic flow, decrease travel time, enhance safety and reduce the vehicle tailpipe emissions that are characteristic of stop-and-go driving.