Base Pay: $80,000-$95,000, which includes Salary, Health Insurance, and 401 K. Depending on experience
As a Roadway Design Project Engineer, you will be responsible for project designs, including developing drawings and specifications for roadways, sidewalks, culverts, small bridges, etc. to be used by contractors or owners for construction improvements. Projects will be for local/state governments or other privately held entities. Responsibilities include and are not limited to: design engineering and management of design team, providing in-field technical assistance for construction, utilities coordination, subconsultant management and coordination, leading and coordinating project meetings, coordinating environmental permits and clearances, coordination with clients, coordination with contractors, preparing cost estimates, preparing quantities estimates, participation in public meetings, directing junior staff, and meeting the financial goals for both the client and the company.
The ideal candidate will have at least 7 or more years of design experience developing roadway drawings and specifications for roadways, sidewalks, culverts, small bridges, etc. and managing transportation type projects, including familiarity with Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Washington Department of Transportation funding programs and procedures. The ideal candidate will preferably have experience completing “local agency” type roadway, sidewalk, and bridge projects in accordance with ODOT requirements and procedures. A four-year engineering degree and an Oregon Professional Engineer’s License, or the ability to obtain one within one year of employment, is a requirement.