Department Information, Job Summary and Essential Job Functions
This position will primarily function as Bond Program Manager. Otherwise qualified applicants who do not possess a valid Professional Engineers License may be considered as an Engineering Projects Manager. The salary range for the Engineering Projects Manager classification is $76,525.20 to $117,032.40/annually.
JOB SUMMARY AND ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
This classification is located in the Engineering Division of the Public Works Department with the City of Oklahoma City and is under the direction of a Civil Engineer V or other division head. The primary purpose of this position is to supervise an engineering work section. The employee may serve as the primary City contact regarding the assigned engineering discipline or function. Job duties require the use of previously acquired administrative and technical knowledge and skills. Essential job functions include: developing sectional goals and objectives; planning, organizing, and reviewing all projects assigned to subordinate staff; participating in and overseeing the development of plans and specifications for public-works engineering projects; and ensuring that engineering projects comply with plans and specifications. The employee provides technical expertise to subordinate staff, assigning projects or functions and improving methods and procedures. The employee has frequent contact with City officials and staff, engineering consultants, architects, contractors, developers, and the public to exchange technical information on public-works engineering matters. Work is performed primarily independently, with work products reviewed periodically through staff reports, conferences, and visual observations by the Division/Department head for overall effectiveness and adherence to policies, directives, and instructions.
Honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces who are not currently employed full-time by the City of Oklahoma City shall receive five (5) points added to the passing score on an initial selection process. Qualified applicants must upload or submit a copy of their DD Form 214 indicating discharge type/character of service at the time of application.
Knowledge of and skill in applying administrative and managerial concepts and principles.
Knowledge of and skill in interpreting or explaining the rules, laws, and regulations governing the field of civil engineering.
Skill in supervising the planning, development, and construction of public-works engineering projects.
Skill in responding to complex, technical engineering questions and problems.
Skill in supervising the work of professional, technical, and clerical staff.
Skill in verbal and written communication.
Skill in ensuring that engineering projects and plans comply with all applicable guidelines and regulations.
Ability to develop long-range plans and evaluate work accomplishments.
Ability and willingness to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Possession of a Professional Engineer's License (Oklahoma).
Possession of a valid driver license (Operator).
NOTE: Professional Engineer's License must be issued by the State of Oklahoma or a state having reciprocity with the State of Oklahoma.
Knowledge of governmental procedures, processes, and policies for construction of public facilities.
Ability to negotiate contract terms and monitor contract compliance.
Ability to mediate between consultants and contractors.
Ability to identify, plan, design, implement and evaluate current systems and system improvements.
Willingness to assume responsibility for work performed.
Additional Salary Information: NOTE: The normal starting salary for this position is $80,388.00/annually. A higher salary may be considered, dependent on the qualifications and experience of the selected applicant and/or the City's step placement policy.
Internal Number: 202000080
About The City of Oklahoma City
The City of Oklahoma City's mission is to provide the leadership, commitment and resources to achieve our vision by:
•Offering a clean, safe and affordable City.
•Providing well managed and maintained infrastructure through proactive and reactive services, excellent stewardship of public assets and a variety of cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities that enhance the quality of life.
•Creating and maintaining effective partnerships to promote employment opportunities and individual and business success.
•Advancing a model of professionalism that ensures the delivery of high quality products and services, continuously improves efficiency and removes barriers for future development.
Oklahoma City is a safe, clean, affordable City. We are a family-friendly community of strong moral character, solid values and a caring spirit. We strive to provide the right balance of cosmopolitan and rural areas by offering a well-planned and growing community that focuses on a wide variety of business, educational, cultural, entertainment and recreational opportunities. We are a diverse, friendly City that encourages individuality and exc...ellence.
Core Values Statement
“We are The City of Oklahoma City.
Public Service is our purpose. It is why we are here.
We commit to provide competent, dependable and efficient service to all by knowing our jobs and our City.
We value dependability and accountability in our relationships.
We value tactful, useful, informative and honest communication among ourselves and with our community. Listening to the needs of others is a critical part of our communication process.
We honor diversity by respecting our customers and fellow employees.
We commit to continuous improvement and growth through visionary, proactive leadership and technology.
We set these standards of quality service by upholding our core values.
We are The City of Oklahoma City.”