Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
Provides highly professional, supervisory, administrative, and technical work in developing, budgeting, planning, managing, and executing projects concerning water resources, coastal resources, dredging, stormwater and drainage, energy, solid waste and recycling, and other matters as assigned by the Town Engineer and the Director of Public Works; with primary emphasis in the areas of water and wastewater management. May be required to design, develop, and stamp, engineering drawings and specifications. High level planning and execution of other DPW engineering/technical functions as assigned. Assists the Town Engineer in creating Capital Improvement Project (CIP) and Operating budgets; and managing projects as assigned. Perform all other related work as required. Bachelor of science degree in civil engineering (advanced degrees preferred) plus five to 10 years of progressively responsible relevant experience in the design, construction and supervision of construction of large complex projects Massachusetts; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Licensed as a professional civil engineer in the state of Massachusetts or reciprocative state. Class D driver’s license required. Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering and of the materials, methods and techniques of public works construction. Knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations governing construction, wastewater and water treatment and conveyance, and water quality. Technical knowledge and experience in design, construction and inspection problems commonly encountered in municipal engineering activities. Knowledge of Massachusetts procurement laws, contract administration and project management. Knowledge of capital planning. Working knowledge of computer applications related to engineering functions. Proven ability to design, supervise, manage and plan large-scale complex projects. Ability to interpret and follow engineering and architectural plans. Ability to develop and effectively manage large construction budgets. Ability to conduct cost analyses, value engineering and cost management for large-scale construction projects. Ability to prepare comprehensive reports. Ability to prepare and administer grants. Demonstrated ability to meet and deal appropriately and effectively with a large variety of people. Demonstrated ability to plan, assign and supervise the work of subordinates; and to evaluate their performance. Ability to work in a close-knit, team environment. Strong communication and presentation skills. Proficiency in the use of computers including word processing, spreadsheets, database, PowerPoint, CAD, and engineering design software. Team oriented attitude. $1,620.39 weekly plus benefits. Open until filled.