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  • The City of New Brunswick, a dynamic urban center with a population of 60,000 seeks a full time City Engineer. You will report directly to the Department Head of Engineering and Public Works. The candidate will oversee and manage the City’s Engineering Office, which includes 7 full time staff. Duties include, but not limited to, overall management of the New Brunswick Sewer Utility; civil engineering projects; Division of Traffic and Lighting; capital improvement projects design, as
    well capital budget. Oversees the inspection and/or survey of both public and private construction projects. Performs engineering work; is responsible for directing the completion of complex engineering tasks; supervise the review of engineering plans; compiles and supervise the collection, tabulation, and analysis of various types of data. Plans and directs field surveys, engineering, and design work. Oversees the examination of plans, specifications; supervise preparation of appropriate reports and recommendations. Prepares reports containing findings
    and conclusions. Supervise all work operations and has responsibility for employee evaluations and for effectively recommending the hiring, promoting, and/or disciplining of employees.
    Minimum Requirements: Graduation from an accredited college with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a current PE license. Proficiency in using AutoCad 3D design and drafting plans required. Fundamental knowledge ERSI GIS system desired. Valid NJ driver’s license in good standing and NJ residency required. For more information and to apply: Cityadministrator@cityofnewbrunswick.org. EOE/M/F/D/V
  • Boswell Engineering, one of the largest New Jersey based multi-disciplined engineering firms, is seeking a dynamic, goal oriented and highly motivated Project Manager for immediate employment in our Municipal Engineering Division. Read full job description here.
  • Montgomery Township’s Engineering Department intends to fill one of the following three full-time positions: Engineering Aide, Staff Engineer, and Chief Engineering Aide. Please click here to read the full descriptions. All resumes can be sent to engineering@twp.montgomery.nj.us.

  • NJ TRANSIT is seeking two experienced, innovative and forward-thinking executives to direct and lead the agency’s Rail Infrastructure Engineering Department. The Deputy General Manager is a direct report to the Senior Vice President and General Manager, Rail Operations and is responsible for the 24 hour/7 days a week operation of all aspects of Infrastructure
    Engineering for the Rail system, which requires daily interface and coordination with the Deputy General Managers of Equipment and Transportation. Reporting to the DGM, the Senior Director will lead and direct the analysis, development, coordination, administration, communication and monitoring for compliance of all related policies and procedures relative to Rail Infrastructure Engineering. S/he will be responsible for the analysis and condition qualification of Rail infrastructure; coordinate planning of capital and maintenance improvement projects with Capital Planning and Programs as well as provide technical expertise and direction when there is a major incident or failure to line operations. Learn more about applying for these two positions here.
  • Randolph Township is seeking candidates for the position of Engineering/Water & Sewer Administrator.  The position reports to the Township Manager and provides professional leadership for engineering and utility operational services for the town. The Administrator performs duties with the support from an in-house consulting engineer and water and sewer operations team lead by a Utility Foreman. Specific responsibilities include managing the engineering and water and sewer utility budgets – operating and capital and the services and activities supported by the same, oversight of staff, providing coordination and support for purchasing, bidding and contract operations, supervising municipal construction projects and engineering inspection services, overseeing compliance activities with applicable local, state and federal regulations relating to utility operations, management of public inquiries and service requests, and other duties as required.  Applicants should possess a minimum of five or more years of responsible and relevant experience, a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience to perform the essential functions of the position. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.  See Township website at www.Randolphnj.org for full job description.  Send cover letter and resume to Stephen Mountain, Township Manager at 502 Millbrook Ave., Randolph, NJ. 07869 by February 1, 2019.

 

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