Director of Engineering and Planning NOTICE is hereby given that the position of Director of Engineering and Planning is available for the Township of Neptune. The job description for the position is available in the Human Resources Office and includes, but is not limited to:
Be a licensed professional engineer in the State of New Jersey by the Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors or who holds a professional engineering license acceptable to the State of New Jersey and a broad knowledge of municipal engineering projects, and Planning and Zoning Board procedures. Additional experience and licensure in similar fields a plus. At least five (5) years’ experience in public sector or similar field.
Be responsible for coordination and oversight of all capital improvement projects to include but not limited to roadway reconstruction and overlays, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, parks and recreation projects and other projects assigned by the Township Administrator; coordinate all inspections within the Township; apply for and coordinate grants, review comment and coordinate the Planning and Zoning Board agenda and reviews with the Board Administrator; coordinate all outside consultant services; work closely with the Department of Public Works on projects; respond to resident concerns; work closely with the volunteer agencies and Commissions; manage staff and other duties as necessary.
Preference to qualified individual with a broad knowledge of Neptune infrastructure, development plan reviews and public property improvements.Any employee wishing to be considered for this position should submit her/his request and qualifications, in writing, to Stephanie Oppegaard, Director of Human Resources, 25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune, NJ 07773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than Monday, July 12, 2021.
FULL-TIME ENGINEERING ASSISTANT
City of Summit, NJ. Civil engineer position available in busy municipality in Union County. Work includes assistance in the development & design of engineering project cost estimates, plans and specifications; field inspections of private/public projects, City assets for conformance with approved plans/specifications and as-builts; site plan reviews; public bid tabulations; filing; engineering computations; plan copies; permit processing; conducting traffic studies/counts; heavy communication with contractors, vendors, and public. Represent City as needed at public and Council meetings. Highly motivated, detail-oriented, flexible, confidential, organized, and excellent communication skills. Ability to work independently and be proactive. Multi-tasking and project/time management skills essential. Proficiency in AutoCAD & Microsoft Office. ESRI/GIS is a plus. Civil engineering degree with 2–5 years’ experience. Expectation of obtaining Professional Engineering license within 5 years. Valid NJ Driver’s License required. Salary commensurate w/ experience. Recruitment is conducted on a rolling basis. The position will remain open until filled. To learn more and apply, visit: https://www.cityofsummit.org/jobs.aspx. NO PHONE/FAX. EOE
FULL-TIME ENGINEERING ASSISTANT–
The City of Hoboken is seeking a qualified Engineer to manage the Hoboken Water Utility and its contract with SUEZ to operate and maintain Hoboken’s drinking water system. The Engineer/Water Superintendent will guide policy development, program planning, and fiscal management as well as the administration and operational direction of the Water Utility. The successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field and six years of experience, a portion of which should include water systems. A full job description can be found on the City’s website. Applicants are encouraged to apply online but may also submit a resume and cover letter to Michael Kraus at email@example.com.
The Municipality of Princeton’s Engineering Department is seeking an innovative Professional Engineer to join our nonunion full-service team as Assistant Municipal Engineer. The ideal candidate will have hands-on design, construction management, and exemplary written and oral communication skills in order to lead capital projects from budgeting to grant writing, in-house design and public presentations, and through construction observation, management and closeout. Other related infrastructure tasks under the purview of the Princeton Engineering Department include the local free shuttle; downtown streetscape projects; sidewalk and bikeway projects; bikeshare; roadway, storm sewer, and sanitary sewer projects; park projects; bus shelter projects; single-family, multi-family, and private site development reviews and construction observation; tax map preparation; GIS; and state and federal grant project management. Learn More