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  • NJ TRANSIT is seeking an innovative and forward-thinking executive to serve as Chief Engineer for Design and Environmental Services (Chief Engineer) as the company advances an ambitious $2+ billion Capital Program. Read more.
  • The Township of East Brunswick is accepting applications for the position of Manager of Engineering Services. The successful candidate will work under the general supervision of the Director of Planning and Engineering and will supervise Engineering staff in the planning, design and oversight of improvements to Township infrastructure. Will supervise inspections for private development improvements to insure compliance with Planning and Zoning Board approvals and Township ordinances. Assists in preparations of resolutions/ordinances. Will oversee all road openings and right of way permits. Assists in preparation and management of Capital Improvement Program. Read more.
  • Principal Engineer Civil – Rockaway Township, Morris County, NJ.  Seeking full-time individual to perform independent work in the highly complex and difficult engineering phases of general civil engineering, design, inspection, and/or survey of construction projects, utilities, or related engineering facilities; does related work as required.  Graduation from an accredited college with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and three years’ experience required.  Appointment is provisional, subject to Civil Service regulations.  Application available on-line at Job Application or the Department of Administration, 65 Mt. Hope Rd, Rockaway, NJ 07866.  Submit application by November 2, 2018. EOE. Read more.
  • Princeton is seeking qualified engineering inspector applicants. The Engineering Inspector’s responsibilities include the following: attendance at public project meetings; observation and written reporting of public and private construction work; preparation and coordination of construction documents such as public construction notifications, sewer lateral maps, change orders, payments, punch lists, and closeout documents; communicating with affected residents; and monitoring of construction safety and traffic control contract provisions. Click here for job description.
  • ENGINEERING INSPECTOR (Full-Time) – Town of Westfield, Union County
    Town of Westfield is seeking an Engineering Inspector to work under the direction of the Town Engineer to perform responsible and various field and office work involving construction inspection and compliance, road opening permit review, design layout, design review, organizing, drafting, and other technical and non-technical work as directed.  Candidate should have at least 1-5 years of relevant municipal engineering or consulting engineering or contractor project management experience.   Candidate must be able to establish effective working relationships, exercise good judgment, exercise initiative and resourcefulness when dealing with Town Officials, employees, contractors and the public.  Candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, ability to write clear and concise emails and reports, and be highly organized.  Computer proficiency required and knowledge of AutoCAD and GIS systems a must.   Full description available upon request. Please send resume and cover letter to James H. Gildea, Town Administrator, Town of Westfield, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, NJ  07090 or email administrator@westfieldnj.gov. EOE
  • SENIOR STAFF ENGINEER – BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, SOMERSET COUNTY. Performs complex technical civil engineering work involved in design of a variety of public improvement projects and facilities.  Position will produce AUTOCADD designs and specifications; prepare Civil 3D designs and hydraulic analysis; prepare conceptual plans for project feasibility; review problems in the field and advise on appropriate corrective measures; review consultant plans/specifications for conformance to policies and regulations; project manage work progress schedules, payment vouchers, and coordinate resolution of major problems effecting completion of projects; requires  fundamental knowledge of ArcGis.  Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college/university with work in civil engineering and some experience in professional engineering work.  Possession of Engineer in Training Certificate; Professional Engineer’s License preferred.  Minimum 5 years experience in civil engineering work.  Valid drivers license. Excellent benefits.  $68k-78k DOQ.  Full posting at http://www.bernards.org/Departments_Services/Human_Resources/hr_opportunities.aspx.  Must reside in NJ.  Send cover letter/resume by 9/21/18 to employment@bernards.org.  EOE
  • Founded in 2016, ENGenuity Infrastructure is a full-service planning and engineering firm focused on building resilient communities. ENGenuity balances planning principles with
    technical engineering expertise to achieve the goals of our clients. We are WBE, SBE, and DBE certified in the State of New Jersey, and nationally certified as both a WBENC-WBE and WBENCWOSB. We are currently seeking a Full Time Senior Staff Designer/Engineer. The ideal candidate should be a self-starter with a desire to build working knowledge of local, county, and state land use processes and regulations, and the ability to design plans under supervision, on time and on budget. Click here for more information.

  • Founded in 2016, ENGenuity Infrastructure is a full-service planning and engineering firm focused on building resilient communities. ENGenuity balances planning principles with
    technical engineering expertise to achieve the goals of our clients. We are WBE, SBE, and DBE certified in the State of New Jersey, and nationally certified as both a WBENC-WBE and WBENCWOSB. We are currently seeking a Full Time Supervising Engineer. The ideal candidate should be a self-starting project manager with the ability to design plans with minimal supervision and direct appropriate tasks to junior staff. This candidate should be able to manage a project from proposal through execution, including budgeting and time and expense management.  Click here for more information.
  • Founded in 2016, ENGenuity Infrastructure is a full-service planning and engineering firm focused on building resilient communities. ENGenuity balances planning principles with
    technical engineering expertise to achieve the goals of our clients. We are WBE, SBE, and DBE certified in the State of New Jersey, and nationally certified as both a WBENC-WBE and WBENCWOSB. We are currently seeking a Full Time Senior Staff Designer/Engineer. The ideal candidate should be a self-starter with a desire to build working knowledge of local, county, and state land use processes and regulations, and the ability to design plans under supervision, on time and on budget. Click here for more information.
  • Director of Community Development – Marlboro Township, Monmouth County. The Director is responsible for managing overall daily operations which includes processing of land use and permit applications and coordinating and enforcing code compliance. The Director will interface with the public while maintaining responsibility for operating budgets and capital programs and participating in the planning and design of projects. View the job description here.
  • Founded in 2016, ENGenuity Infrastructure is a full-service planning and engineering firm focused on building resilient communities. ENGenuity balances planning principles with technical engineering expertise to achieve the goals of our clients. We are WBE, SBE, and DBE certified in the State of New Jersey, and nationally certified as both a WBENC-WBE and WBENCWOSB. We are currently seeking an entry level Civil Designer. The ideal candidate should be a selfstarter with a desire to build working knowledge of local, county, and state land use processes and regulations, and the ability to design plans under supervision, on time and on budget. Click here for more information.
  • ENGINEERING ASSISTANT (Full-Time 35 Hrs/Week)- Borough of Florham Park, Morris County. Borough of Florham Park is seeking an experienced Engineering Assistant to assist the Borough Engineer. Candidate should have at least 1-5 years of relevant municipal engineering or consulting engineering or contractor project management experience with a strong background in construction inspection of site work; technical review of site plans, surface grading plans, zoning plans, tree removal permits, surveys and deeds; as well as being able to deal with the public and work well with co-workers. Will consider entry level Engineers to train. Minimum education requirements are a 2-year degree in Engineering Technology from an accredited college. Candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, ability to write clear and concise emails and reports, and be organized to maintain electronic and hardcopy files. Computer proficiency required. Knowledge of Autocad preferred. This position has a desirable and flexible mix of office and field work. Please send resume and cover letter to William Huyler, Borough Administrator, Borough of Florham Park, 111 Ridgedale Avenue, Florham Park, NJ 07932 or email to whuyler@fpboro.net. The Borough of Florham Park is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Junior Engineer – Montclair Township
    Summary: Plans, prepares, designs, and manages street and drainage improvement projects; performs related duties as assigned. Work is performed under general direction from the Township Engineer, who assigns duties and reviews performance for conformance to departmental policies and procedures. Duties: Assists in preparation and review of plans, reports and drawings. Conducts office and field surveys, inspections, investigations, and tests involved with civil engineering projects; may oversee field survey parties. Prepares, assembles and compiles field notes; performs complex mathematical calculations involving trigonometry and calculus; prepares engineering specifications and assists in the design of civil engineering projects; maintains engineering related records and files. Click here for more information.
  • Engineering Technician – West Windsor Township – West Windsor is seeking an Engineering Technician. Responsibilities:  Assists in the performance of public infrastructure projects, including project definition, design, and coordination with consultants and contractors.  Maintains Township GIS and CAD systems.  Responsible for grant applications and permit compliance.  Assists with design and construction phases of municipal capital projects.  Reviews engineering aspects of residential, commercial land development applications for compliance with municipal codes. Reviews aspects of testimony at Site Plan Review Advisory Board and Planning Board meetings as required. Monitors construction phase including inspections, punchlists, guarantee action recommendations. Provides technical assistance to other Departments. Assists with preparation and maintenance of municipal maps, record drawings, other official records. Prepares resolutions, ordinance amendments and reports. Manages record retention using State mandated schedules. Performs additional duties and manage projects as directed. Qualifications:  Two year degree in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology program.  Three years technical experience performing engineering support tasks in the planning, surveying, design, investigation and/or maintenance of various types of engineering projects.  Must possess a valid NJ Driver’s License. Please forward cover letter, employment application, resume to:  West Windsor Township, Human Resources, PO Box 38, West Windsor, NJ 08550 or e-mail HR@WestWindsorTwp.com.  SUBJ:  Engineering Technician.   No phone calls please.  EOE/Affirmation Action. 

  • Founded in 2016, ENGenuity Infrastructure is a rapidly growing, full-service planning and engineering firm focused on building resilient communities. ENGenuity balances planning principles with technical engineering expertise to achieve the goals of our clients. We are WBE, SBE, and DBE certified. We are currently seeking a Part Time or Full Time Civil Designer or Engineer with expertise in Hydrology. The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate skills necessary to produce drainage reports, perform hydraulic calculations, and design grading plans, utility plans and profiles, pipe profiles, earthwork analysis, stormwater management basins including retention and detention systems, and be proficient in NJ stormwater management regulations and flood hazard area control act rules.  The Candidate should be familiar with the Land Development process for obtaining plan approvals, and also have experience on public projects.  The Candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience preparing civil construction documents.  Knowledge of hydrology and detention analysis and proficiency in AutoCAD Civil 3D is required. Click here for complete information.
  • TOWNSHIP ENGINEER, Franklin Township (Somerset County). This position is responsible for performing managerial and professional engineering work in planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and supervising the work of the Engineering Department, primarily for the administration of its involvement in the development process. This includes the review of development proposals and their subsequent construction. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field, registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey,  minimum of ten (10) years increasingly responsible experience in the practice of civil engineering and five (5) years experience in the supervision and management of municipal civil engineering, primarily in the development review and subsequent construction process, and a valid driver’s license required. Surveyor’s license desired. Complete job description and
    application available at http://www.franklintwpnj.org/Home/Components/JobPosts/Job/201/1129 . Open until filled. EOE.
  • The City of Hoboken is seeking a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) to serve as the City’s full-time in-house engineer. Hoboken is a dynamic one-square mile city of approximately 54,000 people located on the west bank of the Hudson River directly across from Manhattan and New York City. Hoboken has experienced significant population growth and development since the turn of the century, and the City is now preparing to invest heavily in infrastructure in the coming years. This position will be responsible for supervising all engineering functions and activities within the City of Hoboken. This includes construction of the City’s redesign of Washington Street (Hoboken’s “Main Street”), monitoring of the City’s flood resistance initiative “Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge”, the design and construction of up to three new City parks encompassing a combined 11 acres, the City’s Pavement Management Program, replacement of water mains, maintenance of Hoboken’s municipal parking facilities, and more. This position will require expertise in transportation engineering, and the appointee will be responsible for conducting and/or managing transportation studies, maintenance and monitoring of the City’s traffic signals, leading the design of complete streets projects, conducting parking studies, and ensuring that regulatory signage conforms to MUTCD standards. This position will collaborate with the City’s Chief Resiliency and Chief Sustainability Officers on efforts to construct green infrastructure projects, a microgrid, and other related projects. This position will supervise a Construction Manager, including construction administration and inspection services. This position will also serve as the City’s “Responsible Charge” for administration of federally funded infrastructure projects. Click here for complete information.
  • The City of Hoboken is seeking a Construction Manager to manage capital improvement projects within Hoboken’s dynamic urban environment. Hoboken is a one-square mile city of approximately 54,000 people located on the west bank of the Hudson River directly across from Manhattan and New York City. Hoboken has experienced significant population growth and development since the turn of the century, and the City is now preparing to invest heavily in infrastructure in the coming years. This position will be responsible for managing construction of the City’s capital improvement projects. This includes construction of the City’s redesign of Washington Street (Hoboken’s “Main Street”), monitoring the City’s flood resistance initiative “Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge”, the construction of up to three new City parks encompassing a combined 11 acres, implementation of the City’s Pavement Management Program, replacement of water mains, maintenance of Hoboken’s municipal parking facilities, and more. This position may also serve as the City’s “Responsible Charge” for administration of federally funded infrastructure projects. Click here for complete information.

 

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