Under general direction, perform highly responsible civil engineering work.
Review the plan review work of lower level engineers; review more complex plans such as for complex storm water drainage problems, design or oversee design of storm and sanitary sewer lines and lift stations and small wastewater treatment plants; prepare or oversee preparation of cost estimates and specifications; evaluate and prepare technical reports concerning construction and engineering specifications, materials and equipment; prepare or approve necessary specifications for sub district development work; may act as liaison on major engineer projects and serve as project manager on major repair work; meet with government officials, consultants, contractors and the general public regarding necessary design changes; may participate in meetings with public officials and the public at large to answer questions and to advise on alternative methods to secure corrective action for relief of storm and/or sanitary drainage problems and to define District policies and responsibilities; compile information concerning location, accessibility, financial recouping, etc., relating to sewer facilities for developers, municipalities and consultants; conduct special engineering studies and investigations as required; may assist in establishing and conducting related training programs; maintain records and prepare technical reports.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering; four years of progressively responsible related engineering experience, including at least two years of experience in sewer plan design and review an/or construction.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering; through knowledge of District regulations and procedures applicable to sewer construction; working knowledge od spreadsheet, word processing and design software; considerable skill in reading and interpreting engineering plans and specifications; considerable skill in analyzing and integrating data; considerable skill in forming and maintaining effective working relationships; considerable skill in communicating effectively both in oral and written form; considerable skill in maintaining records and preparing technical reports.
Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri.
Must possess a valid driver's license issued by the state in which the employee resides.
Internal Number: 19-3554
About The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) is a Missouri State special purpose political subdivision that is responsible for the St. Louis area's storm water and sewer collection and treatment. MSD ranks in the nation's top wastewater utilities, and anticipates spending approximately $4.7 billion on capital investment and asset sustainability over a multi-decade period.