City of Norcross
The City of Norcross is looking for a full-time City Engineer. The purpose of this position is to oversee land development plan review, permitting, inspections, and enforcement for the department. The incumbent will also work closely with Public Works Utilities and Parks on capital improvement projects.
The incumbent in this position will ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations in land development activities.
- Coordinates the land disturbance permit, development, and utility permit process for the City.
Issues land disturbance permits, development, and utility (right of way) permit.
- Performs on-site inspections of projects in a pre, during, and post-construction state.
- Performs technical tasks to support department functions; reviews and approves hydrology studies for proposed development; conducts site reviews to ensure compliance with design plans; performs State water determinations.
- Interacts and communicates with groups and individuals to provide information and assistance; works with engineers and developers on on-site design-related issues.
- Provides professional recommendations and assistance to city staff; provides input regarding rezoning applications, subdivision plat application, stream buffer exception requests, and other requests as applicable.
- Administers the flood plain, stream buffer, soil erosion control, and stormwater ordinances of the City, including monthly and semi-annual reports for the Georgia EPD and District SWCC.
- Represents the department in various administrative and professional situations and for Boards, Commissions, and Authorities meetings to include Mayor and Council.
- Manages the city capital improvement projects including the development of budgets, design, implementation, and working with contractors.
- Manage the acquisition of ROW for the city, prepare acquisition, documents, negotiate property acquisitions with owners, and record deeds of an easement.
- Supports the Public Works, Utilities & Parks Department with technical assignments associated with the implementation of the Storm Water Management Utility Fee Program and other related duties.
- Write/Review procurement documents (RFPs/RFQs/ITBs) for design and construction
- Act as Local Administered Project representative for GDOT/Federally funded projects
- Write/Coordinate/Submit grant applications for CDBG and other opportunities.
- Any other duties as assigned by management.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from a four-year accredited school
- Some local-government experience is preferred.
- Professional Engineer (PE) Certification preferred
Salary & Benefits
Job Type: Full-time with benefits
Starting Salary $65,671.38 (minimum) up to $85,372.80 (midpoint) based upon qualifications/experience
How to Apply
Interested applicants must submit a letter of interest and updated resume to Human Resources. Please verify receipt.
EOE/DFW; No phone calls, please