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  • MUNICIPAL ENGINEER /DIRECTOR OF PLANNING and ENGINEERING– TOWNSHIP OF EDISON, Middlesex County – EDUCATION & LICENSES: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. A land Surveyor’s license issued by the New Jersey State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of New Jersey. Seven (7) years experience in Local government engineering preferred. Three (3) years of supervisory experience in the design, maintenance, and construction of projects, including the preparation and review of construction plans and specifications is also preferred. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises the Township’s Engineering, Planning & Zoning and Code Enforcement Departments. Candidate must have experience preparing plans and specifications utilizing AutoCAD, Microsoft Office products, ESRI, ArcGIS, Edmunds experience desired but not required. Candidate must possess good writing and communication skills and the ability to coordinate with staff, contractors, municipal officials and the public. Candidate will be asked to participate in field surveys, prepare and review plans, specifications, design calculations and cost estimates for Township infrastructure and street improvement and sewer projects, coordinate with public works and provide technical assistance, conduct field inspections, manage projects and prepare reports, revise tax maps under the direction of the Township’s Licensed Professional, receive citizen complaints and investigate, and administer permits (sidewalk, curb, driveway, sewer connection, road opening). Candidate will also be asked to aid in the preparation of grant applications and requests for proposal for professional services contracts. Candidate will review development applications and prepare written reports for the Boards. Attendance at Township Council, Planning & Zoning Boards meetings expected. Candidate will be appointed the Township Community Development Block Grant Representative and Storm water Program Coordinator. Candidate will prepare budgets and approves vouchers. Salary DOQ. Interested candidates may submit a completed employment application (found at www.edisonnj.org) and resume to: Township Of Edison, HR Dept. 100 Municipal Blvd., Edison NJ 08817 on or before February 21, 2020.
  • ASSISTANT ENGINEER (WATER & SANITARY SEWER) W/ EIT CERTIFICATION and/or PE LICENSE – BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP, BURLINGTON COUNTY – Burlington Township is seeking an Assistant Engineer for the planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, controlling, designing, preparing and completing of various engineering projects. This position primarily involves, but is not limited to, design, bidding and construction oversight of municipal potable water and sanitary sewer improvement projects, reviewing water & sanitary sewer engineering aspects of residential and commercial land development applications for compliance with municipal codes and accepted standards, coordinating plan review with the Township Water & Sewer Departments, performing field inspections and preparation of punch lists. Additional duties include: preparation of New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) Permit application; updating and executing the Pollutant Minimization Plan (PMP) to locate the source and reduce the level of PCBs in the effluent discharged to the Delaware River; assisting the Water Plant Operator in preparing the annual Consumer Confidence Report; preparation of Water Allocation Permit application; reviewing TWA and WME Permit applications; and providing technical assistance to the Water and Sewer Departments on engineering, operational and environmental compliance issues related to the Township’s water and sewage treatment plants as well as the water distribution and sanitary sewer collection systems, including pumping and treatment equipment design. All engineering work shall be performed under the oversight of the Township Engineer. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology from an accredited college or university and a NJ Professional Engineer’s license or ability to obtain licensure within one (1) year of date of hire. Candidates shall be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel. Water and/or Sewer Treatment Facility operator’s license a plus. Familiarity with the use of ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD 2020 also a plus. Send resume including, cover letter (addressing above criteria) to: Jodi M. Botlinger, Human Resource Office, 851 Old York Road, Burlington, NJ 08016 or email to jbotlinger@twp.burlington.nj.us
  • Whitman is looking to hire an experienced Structural Engineer Senior Project Manager with 7 to 10 years of experience to work in our Cranbury, NJ office. The successful candidate shall be expected to provide structural engineering services for a variety of structure types and tasks. This includes new buildings, renovation of existing buildings and support of equipment. The candidate will be required to work with clients to develop the structural engineering needs of projects, including system selection, and offer opinions to the relative cost of construction for the various structural systems that may be under consideration for a project. In addition, the candidate shall be expected to write proposals, attend client meetings, prepare invoices and perform business development activities. Learn more.
  • Whitman is currently seeking a Civil Engineer Senior Project Manager with 10 to 15 years of experience in Land Development (or Site Engineering) to work in our Cranbury, NJ office. The successful candidate shall be expected to manage a team of engineers in the Civil Engineering Division. The candidate will be required to prepare complete site plan documents for new development, provide testimony before local Planning/Zoning Boards, and prepare storm water calculations and detention basin designs. Additionally, the candidate shall be expected to write proposals, attend client meetings, prepare invoices and perform business development activities. Learn more.
  • The Municipality of Princeton’s Engineering Department is seeking an innovative engineer to join our non-union fullservice team as Sewer Engineer.  The ideal candidate will have hands-on design, construction management, and exemplary written and oral communication skills in order to lead storm and sanitary sewer planning and design projects from budgeting to grant writing and financing, in-house design and public presentations, and through construction observation, management and closeout.  Learn more.
  • 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.
  • The Municipality of Princeton’s Engineering Department is seeking an innovative Professional Engineer to join our nonunion full-service team as Land Use Engineer / Assistant Zoning Officer.  The ideal candidate will have design, construction management, and exemplary written and oral communication skills in order to provide technical support, advice, and assistance to various boards and commissions, developers, builders, and the general public.  The Land Use Engineer serves in an advisory role for the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Environmental Commission, Site Plan Review Advisory Board, Flood and Stormwater Management Committee, Traffic Safety Committee, Public Transit Committee, and the Transit Trust Fund. Read more.
  • 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 mkraus@hobokennj.gov.
  • Township of Old Bridge (pop 68k) seeks Assistant Township Engineer to assists the Township Engineer in the planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, controlling, designing, preparing, and completing of various comprehensive engineering projects, programs and activities for the Township, including but not limited to, design and construction phases of municipal capital improvement projects, specifications and construction cost estimates in accordance with NJDOT sample plans and specifications, reviewing engineering aspects of residential and commercial land development applications for compliance with municipal codes, including providing technical review memorandums and testimony at Planning and Zoning Board meetings, as may be required; Also responsible for monitoring all phases of projects, including but not limited to, preparing performance guarantee calculations and recommendation of guarantee release, preparation of contractor payment applications, field inspections and preparation of punch lists. Also responsible for preparation of resolutions, ordinance amendments and reports for presentation at Township Council meetings and assuming the duties of the Township Engineer in his/her absence. Requirements: Bachelors Degree in civil engineering from an accredited college or university; Current registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey for a minimum of 5 years; Current registration as a Professional Land Surveyor in the State of New Jersey, preferred. Five years plus in land use / municipal engineering or other relevant experience in the design, and construction of projects is desired. For more information and to apply: www.oldbridge.com (employment opportunities). Salary: $95,000-$105,000.

 

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