Annual Salary Range: Associate Engineer: $75,749 to $117,411 Senior Engineer: $92,073 to $142,714
First Review of Applications: September 2, 2022 – Opened until filled Expected Start Date: October 2022
Role The Transportation Construction Management Engineer provides technical guidance, project, and construction management for capital project delivery including design, construction, and quality management. This position will support construction projects and will coordinate various activities to ensure the delivery of quality construction on SANDAG capital projects. Overview of Capital Development Program.
The SANDAG Engineering and Construction Department is responsible for implementing projects that enhance the regional transportation network and improve the efficiency of existing resources in close collaboration with our regional partners. Examples of significant projects currently underway or in the planning process include the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry, LOSSAN Rail Corridor Improvements, and high-priority Regional Bikeway Projects in the City of San Diego and other jurisdictions.
Experience and Qualifications Bachelor’s degree with major course work in civil, structural, or transportation engineering. Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California, or ability to obtain such registration in California, is required for applicants to qualify as a Senior Engineer.
Minimum of three years (Associate) or five years (Senior) of increasingly responsible professional capital project delivery experience preferably for transportation-related projects. Benefits and Salary Our benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance as well as employee assistance, wellness, and work/life balance programs. Retirement and financial security benefits are provided through a pension plan and contribution to the SANDAG deferred compensation program. SANDAG offers flexible work schedules and employees are provided with paid time off and paid holidays. The candidate selected for this position will be expected to work in-person in SANDAG’s San Diego office.
Call (619) 699-1900 or visit www.sandag.org/jobs for information. First review 09/02/2022. EOE.
SANDAG is one of the most recognized regional agencies in the nation with responsibilities that cover a broad range of complex, interrelated program areas connected by a Quality of Life theme. We are best known for our efforts related to transportation and this role continues to expand as we push beyond traditional boundaries to deliver a state-of-the-art transportation system for the region. In recent years SANDAG’s leadership in areas such as comprehensive land use and environmental planning, public safety, and modeling and data systems, also have earned us much acclaim. With an employee group about 300 strong, we work for our Board of Directors - mayors, councilmembers, supervisors, and other leaders representing the jurisdictions within the San Diego region and neighboring areas. They play the important role of making policy decisions that shape the future of the region. Our collaboration with stakeholders, partners, and the community, the precision of our data, the completeness of our reports and studies, and our sound recommendations are essential components of the regional decision-making process.