This is a professional engineer position to assist the Chief Engineer in the design, permitting and construction of all components of the water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems. Responsibilities of this position will include monitoring regulatory permitting and compliance issues, evaluating water and wastewater treatment operational data and master planning of the overall utility system.
1. Design, permitting, construction, inspection/observation and certification of water, wastewater and reclaim water treatment, transmission and distribution systems.
2. Perform project management and oversees the activities of engineering consultants and contractors in the design and construction of various utility projects; reviews invoices for services from engineers and contractors.
3. Prepare FDEP permit applications and supporting documentation for the Authority’s water, wastewater and reclaimed water plants.
4. Coordination and management of geotechnical investigations and topographic surveys for various utility projects.
5. Preparation, review and coordination of construction plans and specifications (bid/contract documents) for capital improvement projects; develops scope of project (prepares opinions of probable construction cost), budget, schedule; coordinates and conducts meetings with consultants and contractors; prepares and reviews consultant and contractor task orders, proposals, change orders, and performs budgetary reconciliation at the project close out.
6. Master planning of the overall utility system, develops, plans, organizes and coordinates a variety of projects, studies, evaluations and reports.
7. Coordination with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for utility coordination between proposed FDOT projects and existing/proposed CCUA facilities.
8. Responsible for handling request for utility data from private consultants, public entities and customers.
9. Responsible for development of scope, design, permitting and construction of CCUA Service Availability water and wastewater service projects.
10. Utilize Computer Aided Design (CAD) software and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to plan, model, design, layout and format plans for various utility and plant facilities
11. Construction Administration (site visits, observation of construction progress, documentation of construction, review of pay applications) of various utility projects.
12. Develop and maintains computer models and spreadsheet models of the water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems and assists in keeping the Master plan current.
13. Assist the Chief Engineer in responding to new or existing directives and rule requirements that arise from time to time from FDEP, SJRWMD and other regulatory agencies.
14. Prepare Consumptive Use Permit applications and supporting documentation for the Authority’s water and reclaimed water wells.
15. Prepare CCUA, FDEP, County Use, USACE, and FDOT permit applications as necessary for water, wastewater, and reclaimed water distribution or wastewater collection/transmission pipelines.
16. Assist Chief Engineer in preparation and presentation of information to the Clay County Utility Authority Board of Supervisors.
17. Utility coordination, reviews, and conflict resolution with various outside agencies, utility providers, and contractors/vendors.
18. Review and comment on submitted plans and calculations for proposed utilities to serve new developments.
19. Prepare and review lift station plans and calculations.
20. Effective written and oral communication skills.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering or other related engineering discipline from an ABET accredited college or university.
Valid Florida Driver's License with good driving record. Florida Professional Engineering license.
About Clay County Utility Authority
Most public utilities across the nation face serious challenges that pertain to water supply and increasingly stringent environmental regulations. The utilities in North Florida, Clay County Utility Authority (CCUA) included, are no exception. We remain committed to providing the best overall value to our customers and providing the service they expect and deserve. Although these challenges are significant, we are confident we will be able to successfully overcome them with the help of our remarkably talented and dedicated staff.
Part of our commitment incorporates the investment in our employees. It pays to be a CCUA employee, and not just because we offer a competitive salary. CCUA rewards your time, talent and commitment with pay, benefits, pension programs, healthcare coverage and more.
CCUA is an equal opportunity/equal access employer and considers all applications for employment without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability/handicap, Veteran status or any other protected group status under Federal, State, and local law. CCUA provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with applicable law.