Position Type: Full time

Location: Citrus Heights, CA

Posted: June 20, 2022

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Senior Civil Engineer



$98,980.35-$123,612.90 Annually

The Position
The City of Citrus Heights is seeking a full-time, licensed, Professional Engineer with strong capital project management skills to perform a variety of difficult and complex engineering work within the General Services Department. The Senior Civil Engineer receives general direction from the City Engineer. The Engineering Division is responsible for planning, development, and construction of transportation, drainage, and facilities capital improvements; development review; right-of-way management and inspections; assessment district administration; stormwater quality management; and community outreach to residents and businesses affected by a large variety of capital improvement projects.

The position will be involved in all aspects of the Engineering Division working to enhance the City’s infrastructure, extend the useful life of public facilities, and improve delivery of City services by managing, reviewing, designing, and overseeing implementation of City capital improvement program (CIP) projects. CIP projects cover a wide variety of disciplines, including roadway, traffic signal/street lighting, pedestrian/bicycle facilities, storm drainage, creek bank restoration, and pavement management work. The position will manage both locally funded and grant funded (State and Federal) projects, assist in development reviews, monitor annual budgets, review consultant developed plans, manage consultant contracts, perform complex specialized technical duties, monitor traffic signal and street light operations, and review and approve invoices for contractor operations. Additionally, the position will represent the city and department at various partnership meetings, and manage special projects as assigned. Previous experience managing federally funded grant projects and knowledge of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) permit regulations/requirements and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is desired.

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