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City of Redding Assistant/Associate Planner
City of Flagstaff Stormwater Manager
FLOOD BARRIER AMERICA, INC. Project Manager
City of Austin, TX Director of the Watershed Protection Department
City of West Sacramento Senior Civil Engineer - Flood Protection
IBTS Certified Floodplain Manager / EIT
Lake County. IL Planning, Building & Development Department Senior Civil Engineer
Arapahoe County, CO Environmental Manager
Montana Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation Floodplain Engineer
Kiewit - Englewood, CO Mid-Level Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Kiewit - Englewood, CO Senior Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Nebraska Department of Natural Resources Mitigation Planner


Position Title:
Assistant/Associate Planner
Employer: City of Redding
Address:
Contact Person: Tara Maynes
Phone Number: (530) 225-4498
Job Location: Redding, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $4,607 - $6,482/month
Benefits:
Job Description: The City of Redding is adding to our eligibility list to fill a current vacancy, as well as subsequent vacancies that occur during the life of the list. Position will be filled as either Assistant Planner or Associate Planner, depending on qualifications. The ideal candidate will have the ability to effectively communicate in writing and orally; strong analytical writing skills; knowledge of and experience implementing the California Environmental Quality Act; knowledge of and experience implementing the California Map Act and an understanding of the development application and review process.

ASSISTANT PLANNER is the entry level classification within this series. As incumbents gain more experience, they are assigned more complex duties and responsibilities. Staff in this position can anticipate a substantial amount of time helping customers at the public counter, providing information, explaining process, and assisting other staff. Employees may be advanced to the Associate Planner level upon meeting the requirements of the classification.

ASSOCIATE PLANNER is the experienced classification in this professional planning series, having responsibility for a broad range of difficult and specialized planning functions or supervision of projects. Employees at this level may act as a lead staff member on assigned projects and supervise technical support staff and lower level classifications in the division. Staff in this position is expected to have substantial experience in reviewing and processing land development applications and related CEQA documents.

Please see our job posting at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/reddingca for a full list of job duties.
Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles, objectives and procedures of municipal planning and development control; professional planning standards, methods and techniques regarding land use and city zoning laws; methods used to develop recommendations of land use, physical design and its effects on economic/social/environmental quality of life; and basic research and analysis methods.
For Associate Planner: And, all applicable laws, codes, and regulations; and methods of research and analysts relating to planning or redevelopment.

Ability to: Interact effectively with the public and employees; accurately interpret laws, regulations, map sites, building plans and specifications; make public presentations; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and use a computer and software.
For Associate Planner: And, collect, organize, and analyze data and to communicate this data orally and in writing to the appropriate staff, agency, or the general public; coordinate and work within multi-disciplined teams, or committees toward successful development of community plans and projects.

Education: Any combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying; typical education would include a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent, with major course work in:
Assistant Planner: Urban Planning Planing, Environmental Studies, or other related field
Associate Planner: Public Administration, Planning, Social Sciences, or other related field,

Experience:
Assistant Planner: Typical experience would include two years or less professional planning experience.

Associate Planner: Typical experience would include three years of relevant professional experience in planning, redevelopment or economic development, or a related field. A graduate degree in Planning or a related field may be substituted for one year of professional experience. AICP certification desirable.
Comments:
How To Apply: Interested individuals must submit a City of Redding online employment application in order to be considered.
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 6/26/2019

Position Title:
Stormwater Manager
Employer: City of Flagstaff
Address: 2323 N. Walgreens Ave
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: 1-928-213-2090
Job Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: 71,000 - 83,000
Benefits:
Job Description: ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
Supervisory: This job has full responsibility for supervision (hires, directs, schedules, transfers, promotes, rewards, disciplines, and terminates other employees) at the section level.
Budgetary: This job has full responsibility for budgeting (prepares, implements, and manages) at the section level.
Strategic Planning: This job has full responsibility for strategic planning (develops, implements, interprets, and manages long and short-term goals) at the section level.
Policies/Procedures: This job has full responsibility for policies and procedures (develops, implements, and interprets) at the section level.
Compliance: This job has full responsibility (follows, ensures compliance with, enforces, and interprets) Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, and regulations as well as City policies and procedures at the section level.
Council Communications: This job has full responsibility for Council communication (makes recommendations and presentations, writes staff summaries, ensures Performance Measures are met, and balances needs with Councils adopted priorities and direction) at the section level.
Reporting: This job has full responsibility for reporting to Federal/State/Local agencies (ensures reporting requirements are met, trains others on reporting requirements and methods, and addresses discrepancies in reporting) at the section level.



EXAMPLES OF THE WORK PERFORMED (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
Provides excellent customer service to both internal and external customers.
Oversees public education and outreach programs at the section level.
Represents Water Services, attends and/or facilitates public meetings.
Assists other divisions as required.
Keeps the Water Services Director updated through written and verbal reports.
Performs related duties, as assigned.



Stormwater
Administers the Stormwater Management Utility and supervises staff that administer the flood plain management, Stormwater capital improvement, development review and inspection and watershed management programs.



Floodplain Management Program
Ensures compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Community Rating System (CRS).
Acts as the Floodplain Administer per the Floodplain Management Ordinance.
Processes and approves Flood Insurance Rate map revisions.
Develops and implements the Citys Flood Hazard Mitigation Program.
Administers the Stormwater Quality Program to ensure compliance with the Citys National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II general permit.



Capital Improvement Program
Project management and contract administration for capital improvement, remedial drainage and federal flood control projects.
Administers Stormwater Management Design Manual, Low Impact Development, Rainwater Harvesting Ordinance and Stormwater management policies and drainage design criteria.



Watershed Management Program
Coordinates watershed restoration and preservation program
Watercourse maintenance activities


Develops and designs the Citys regional watershed models and stream/rain gauge network.
Development Review and Inspection Program including grading and drainage inspections, review of drainage reports, engineered grading and drainage plans, erosion and sediment control plans, public improvement plans, and project specification for conformance with federal, state and City regulations, standards, policies and design criteria, and other generally accepted engineering principles and practice.
Oversees federal and state grant applications and programs.
Coordinates with Public Works Division on the annual general drainage maintenance program.
Participates in Emergency Management and response programs and activities, as needed.
Qualifications: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelors Degree in a related field. ◦Stormwater = Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or related field

Five years of related experience ◦ Stormwater = administration of a stormwater management program or utility

Five years of supervisory experience.
One year of experience managing budgets.
Or any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the above Minimum Requirements.



DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Two years of public speaking experience.
Experience in management of utility billing and rate structures.
Certification ◦Stormwater = State of Arizona Professional Engineer (Civil preferred)




Stormwater
Registration as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM)) or ability to obtain within 1 year.
Experience in public improvement design, contract documents preparation, project cost estimating and scheduling.
Experience in capital improvements project management.
Experience with HEC-RAS, HEC-1, WMS, RMS, HEC-2, CAD, and GIS applications.



OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Must possess, or obtain upon employment, a valid Arizona drivers license.
Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity.







REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.
Mathematical Skills: Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, and permutations. Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, analysis of variance, correlation techniques, sampling theory, and factor analysis.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to deal with nonverbal symbolism (formulas, scientific equations, graphs, musical notes, etc.,) in its most difficult phases. Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables.
Working knowledge of industry standards and regulatory requirements for laboratory and sampling procedures and technologies.
Highest skills and knowledge in approaches and systems which affect the design and implementation of major programs and/or processes organization-wide.



PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk or hear; regularly required to stand, walk and use hands or fingers to handle or feel; and occasionally required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Vision requirements for this position include close, distance, and peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Working conditions include: work near moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne fumes, toxic or caustic chemicals, and outdoor weather conditions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
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Application Deadline: 7/10/2019

Position Title: Project Manager
Employer: FLOOD BARRIER AMERICA, INC.
Address: 281 North 7th St. Unit 10
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Contact Person: Zachary Cutler
Phone Number: 6462363066
Job Location: Manhattan
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week: 20
Work Schedule: Site visits on set dates with building management.
Pay Range: 100 per hour
Benefits: Expenses covered including meals.
Job Description: FBA has 4 projects in downtown Manhattan.
Our Project Manager has fallen ill and can not finish overseeing the contractor companies doing the fittings of several openings and door barriers that need, for instance, wall and sidewalk anchors, seals, etc. They are large buildings. The job is to coordinate between building management (client) and contractors.
Qualifications: Must have:
Insurance
CFM


Application online (secure not allowed below)
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A2ac3a56e-2ffa-4bdb-96ad-dacbe3324ea5
Comments: Depending on performance pace, a 1% commission might be awarded. Each project is six digits.
How To Apply: Email Resume to zcutler@floodbarrieramerica.com
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 7/1/2019

Position Title:
Director of the Watershed Protection Department
Employer: City of Austin, TX
Address:
Contact Person: Greg Nelson
Phone Number: 916-630-4900
Job Location: Austin, TX
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Salary is negotiable depending on qualifications.
Benefits:
Job Description: The City of Austin, Texas is one of the most desirable places to live in the nation and offers a capstone career opportunity for a floodplain management professional. With 340 employees and a budget of $103.5 million, the Watershed Protection Department (WPD) aims to protect lives, property and the environment of our community by reducing flood risk, restoring erosion-damaged stream channels, and protecting water quality. Under the direction of an Assistant City Manager, the Director of the Watershed Protection Department is responsible for planning, directing, and providing leadership for the operations of the Watershed Protection Department.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications required are a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to Engineering, Business Administration, Natural Science, or Public Administration; and at least ten years of experience of related experience in the environmental field, public, or business administration, including five years of experience in a managerial capacity. A Masters degree may substitute for experience up to a maximum of two (2) years. Professional registration as a civil engineer is preferred, but not required.
Comments: Due to the public nature of searches in Texas, confidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Greg Nelson at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com.
How To Apply: Interested candidates should apply by July 8, 2019 by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to apply@ralphandersen.com.
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/8/2019

Position Title:
Senior Civil Engineer - Flood Protection
Employer: City of West Sacramento
Address: 1110 West Capitol Ave.
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Contact Person: Kaitlyn Miller
Phone Number: 916-617-4508
Job Location: West Sacramento
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $91,848.00 - $111,624.00 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description: The City of West Sacramento is actively recruiting for a Senior Civil Engineer to join the City's Flood Protection Division in the planning and delivery of complex single- and multi-objective flood risk reduction projects that support the West Sacramento Levee Improvement Program. The ideal candidate will have experience managing large-scale infrastructure projects, preferably in flood risk reduction, with excellent project management and communication skills. This is a great opportunity to join a high performing team that is focused on reducing flood risk for the City of West Sacramento that will serve the community for generations to come. The Senior Civil Engineer works cooperatively with the Flood Team, other City departments, the CA Department of Water Resources, the Central Valley Flood Protection Board and the US Army Corps of Engineers in project delivery.


An official City of West Sacramento application form must be filled out, in its entirety. It is the applicant's responsibility to explain their qualifications fully and clearly. In addition, applicants must submit a resume and complete the required supplemental questionnaire. Incomplete information on the application, resume and/or supplemental questionnaire may be cause for disqualification. Application packages will be reviewed and screened for qualifications. Additional screening criteria will be developed based on the supplemental questionnaire. Depending upon the number of qualified candidates, an oral panel interview may or may not be held. The top candidates will be referred to the Department for further consideration.

DEFINITION: Under the direction of the Director of Community Development or his/her designee, the Senior Civil Engineer performs a wide variety of administrative, managerial, professional and technical tasks.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives general supervision from the Director of Community Development or his/her designee. Exercises direct supervision over professional level staff, as well as clerical, technical and/or temporary staff.

CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This is the advanced journey level classification in the series and is responsible for assisting with the management of an engineering section. Incumbents are expected to possess the skills and abilities necessary to perform all duties and responsibilities of the classification with little supervision. The incumbent has responsibility for supervision of assigned subordinate staff.


Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Illustrative Only): Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.


Interprets City and department policy regarding project design, construction and operations.
Provides department, division, or section information to the public and other governmental agencies, in person or through other forms of communication.
Attends community meetings to respond to public questions, concerns, and complaints.
Maintains accurate records and files.
Plans, schedules and coordinates the work of subordinate technical staff.
May evaluate consultant services proposals.
Conducts special studies and prepares appropriate analysis and reports.
May supervise and evaluate subordinate technical staff.

Examples of additional responsibilities/duties for the Flood Protection Division:
Assists in the development and implementation of the West Sacramento Levee Improvement Program (WSLIP).
Assists in the development and monitoring of the Flood Protection Division budget.
Assists in the procurement and administration of consultant and construction contracts for the WSLIP.
Assists in the audit of field performance of construction to confirm accuracy of inspection and conformance with contract provisions, plans, specifications, sound construction practices, and appropriate regulations and rules relative to levee and other flood risk reduction projects.
Assists in the review of plans and specifications for design requirements and constructability.
Assists in training of Flood Protection Division staff to improve proficiency.
Conducts or assists in field survey and collection of data for planning and design of flood improvements.
Proposes, develops, and implements policies and procedures to improve coordination of levee improvement projects with other Community Development divisions, City departments, regulatory agencies, and contractors.
Prepares or assists with a variety of correspondence and reports on operations and activities for the Department, WSAFCA Board and the City Council.
Prepares, coordinates, and reviews the preparation of status reports relating to flood risk reduction project activities.
Provides inspection services for flood risk reduction projects.
Inspects and provides technical assistance on difficult and complex levee improvement projects.
Assists in resolving conflicts between construction management services and contractors.
Assists in processing contract change orders and progress payments for flood risk reduction projects or other capital improvement projects assigned to the Flood Protection Division.
Responds to public inquiries.
Represents the City and the Department at a variety of meetings.
Performs complex construction related services as needed.
Performs field and office work related to property boundaries or right-of-way acquisition.
Initiates and maintains communication and coordination with expert panels, special consultants, utilities and other agencies.
*Job Description pending City Council approval
Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge and skill. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skill would be:

Education: A Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university.

Experience: At least six (6) years of increasingly responsible professional civil engineering experience. Experience must include four (4) years in the public works/municipal engineering field.

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES: If required to drive, possession and maintenance of a valid California driver's license. Possession and maintenance of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer is required. Possession and maintenance of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California within one (1) year of appointment.
Comments:
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 6/23/2019

Position Title:
Certified Floodplain Manager / EIT
Employer: IBTS
Address:
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $55,000 to $65,000
Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, 401k, PTO, Holidays, and more.
Job Description: 1995 - CERTIFIED FLOODPLAIN MANAGER/EIT
Location: Baton Rouge, LA

This individual will be responsible for administering the floodplain management program. In this role the individual will be responsible for the daily implementation of flood loss reduction activities including enforcing the affected communitys flood damage prevention ordinance, updating flood maps, plans, and policies of the community, and any of the activities related to administration of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

Responsibilities

Issue permits for development in the communitys floodplain and enforce the requirements of the community Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance.

Explain floodplain development requirements to community leaders, citizens, and the general public when requested.

Maintain records and documents that keep the community eligible to participate in the FEMAs NFIP and Community Rating System (CRS).

Maintain community floodplain management files, the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) files, the (community name) floodplain management program documents, building permits, variances, FEMA map revisions (LOMCs), elevation certificates(with original signature and seal).

Maintain the Community Floodplain Management Reference Library.

Review, approve or deny updates and revisions to the communitys Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).

Assist elected officials in the preparation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the communitys overall Floodplain Management Program as well as formally adopting and periodically updating the community Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance.

Review and coordination of community floodplain-related projects, studies and plans initiated by Federal and State Agencies, non-profit organizations, and others.

Provide floodplain management guidance related to community drainage improvements, flood protection, floodplain management, and flood mitigation projects.

Function as the community representative for floodplain management studies, plans, and mappingactivitiesinitiatedby Federaland State Agencies, Regional Planning Commissions, Flood Control and Drainage Districts, adjacent communities and others.

Assist and cooperate with FEMA and State Floodplain Manager representatives during Community Assistance Visits (CAV), Community Rating System (CRS) Program reviews, and other floodplain management program actions for coordination.

Monitor and coordinate other Federal and State Floodplain Management programs.

In emergency situations, includingdisaster response and recovery, participate on the Emergency Response Team in a capacity specified by the communitys chief administrative officer.

Employee will be responsible for maintaining The City of Centrals compliance as a co-permittee in the Parish Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4); reviewing SWPPPs and NOIs; and for inspectingactive construction site BMPsand issuing citations for violations. Candidate should have, or be willing to obtain, training and certification as a Qualified Compliance Inspector Stormwater (QCIS) at a minimum.

Employee will also issue Disturbance Permitsand Culvert Permitsin compliancewith current City of Central Codes and Ordinances.

Employee will review Construction Documentsforcompleteness & accuracy, and for compliance with all Federal/State/Local Ordinances. He/she will also function as a Subdivision Inspector, overseeing construction and monitoring lab results.

Employee will assist Public Works Director with simple Drainage Analyses when requested, using available drainage maps and LiDAR data.

Serve as back up permit technician (building permits).

Floodplain Development, Permitting & Mapping

Issue floodplain permits for structures within floodplains and inspect development to determine compliance with the community development standards and NFIP requirements. Duties include establishing base flood elevations (BFEs) in Zone A areas, prohibiting development within floodways; assisting in adoption, maintenance and enforcement of the communitys Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance which may include fines and penalties. Duties include maintenance of records regarding development; building permit applications, receipt of fees paid, site plans, surveys, permits and approvals

from other agencies, elevation certificates, LOMCs, appeals, appellant board actions, variances, correspondence, Certificate of Occupancy, and other related floodplain management actions.

Review proposed development to assure that all necessary permits and approvals have been received from those governmental agencies from which approval is required by Federal or state law, including Section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, modifications to designated historical structures, Executive Order 11988 (Federal floodplain management requirements), and Executive 11990 (protection of wetlands).

Explain the requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program and the communitys program to the general public, elected and/or appointed community decision makers, developers, architects, engineers, land surveyors, planners, and the media.

Maintain a floodplain management reference library that includes current and previously published: Flood Insurance Study Reports; Flood Insurance Rate Maps; Flood Boundary Floodway Maps; Flood Hazard Boundary Maps; Drainage Master Plans, Comprehensive Master Plans, zoning requirements, Flood Mitigation Plans, Hazard Mitigation Action Plans, community permit procedures; floodplain management plans, studies, and publications related to the community and adjacent areas (county-wide); current and past copies of Flood Damage Prevention Ordinances and related ordinances; community codes and development procedures pertaining to drainage, land use and floodplain management; floodplain management correspondence files; building permit files; FEMA/NFIP Biennial Reports; Community Rating System (CRS) Program files; NFIP flood insurance policy and claims data; NFIP Repetitive Loss Lists; and community disaster response and recovery records. Maintain separate sensitive documents that contain Privacy Act information such as property owners name, repetitive loss and NFIP claims paid information and handle in a confidential manner.

Review, approve and/or deny updates (revisions) to the communitys Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) which occur through remapping efforts such as FEMA Multi-Year Flood Hazard Identification Plan (MHIP) and FIRM map revision actions that include Letters of Change (LOMC), Letters of Map Amendment (LOMA), Conditional Letter of Map Amendment (CLOMA), Letter of Map Revision Based on Fill (LOMR-F), and Conditional Letter of Map Revision Based on Fill (CLOMR-F). The floodplain manager will enforce the requirements described in FEMA/FIA Technical Bulletin 10-01 and FEMAs LOMR-F that require certification that structures built on fill in or near Special Flood Hazard Areas are reasonably safe from flooding.

Review all floodplain related projects received from Federal and State Agencies, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Federal and State Department of Transportation (DOT), community departments, and others to ensure compliance with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Flood

Insurance Program (NFIP), and (community name) Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance requirements.

Function as the community representative for all floodplain management and flood mitigation projects.

Duties include preparation of applications for funding, supervision of project design, construction management, project implementation, and project close out, for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), FEMA Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Program, FEMA Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Program, Hurricane Property Protection Mitigation (HPPM), 406 Mitigation (Public Assistance), and other Federal and state funded floodplain management or mitigation programs.

Ensure that the Floodplain Manager's Office is equipped with sufficient copies of the current community and/or county-wide Flood Insurance Study, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, available GIS, topographic and aerial mapping, Elevation Reference Mark (ERM) data, and floodplain management reference materials. These documents are to be reviewed and updated annually, or as studies and publications become available.

Conduct educational programs for realtors, lenders, builders, engineers/land surveyors, general public, and other interested groups on a scheduled basis. Coordinate these training efforts with the State NFIP Coordinator, FEMA Regional Office, State or National Floodplain Management Associations, Regional Planning Commission, and others to capitalize on ongoing training activities. Maintain a supply of floodplain management publications to distribute to the development community and local citizens.

Maintain a current call list and website address list of Federal and state agencies, such as FEMA national and regional offices, USA Corps of Engineers districts, State NFIP Coordinators office, State Department of Transportation, River Authorities, Drainage and Flood Control Districts, and others.

Disseminate information, data, status reports, and situation reports.

Coordinate and conduct damage assessment surveys in post disaster.

Mitigation Activities

Conduct an annual review of the FEMA Repetitive Loss list to identify properties, located within the community, to verify accuracy and establish priorities for possible mitigation. Correspond with FEMA to verify the Repetitive Loss list accuracy as requested.

Function as the community representative for FEMA mitigation projects (HMGP, FMA, PDM and other Federal and State Programs) that are submitted by the community or by citizens

of the community. Duties include preparation of funding applications, oversight for project design, construction, implementation, and closeout for all community mitigation projects. Maintain approved FEMA mitigation grant records and project documentation required by the State NFIP and/or State Emergency Management Office and FEMA for project closeout and audit and future reference.

Provide technical guidance on the various mitigation methods available for citizens of the community including: acquisition and relocation; elevation; demolish and rebuild; floodproofing; and retrofitting.

Work with the community planning and public works departments on projects and activities that reduce flood damages and respond to Federal and State directives and other pertinent references in order to comply with National Flood Insurance Program requirements at the Federal and State levels. Assist in drafting updated community plans and procedures.

Prepare all required reports for all active FEMA mitigation grant projects for submission to the State NFIP and/or Emergency Management Office.

Review, edit, and process all periodic invoices received from contractors performing mitigation projects, to the appropriate community accounting office for payment as well as preparing subsequent reimbursement requests to the State NFIP and/or Emergency Management Office to recover the FEMA (Federal) share for all mitigation projects.

Initiate, manage and document community CRS activities to maintain and improve, when possible, the community CRS classification.

Competencies

Ability to prepare and present clear, concise reports both orally and in writing.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with governmental/ private/ public officials and employees, and the general public.

Ability to learn and utilize various computer software programs such as Word, Excel, GIS (Arc View, etc.), and particularly those related to the NFIP permit requirements.

Equipment - will need to utilize office and field deployed machines such as computers, photocopiers, fax machines, calculators, cameras, and personal computers.

Basic knowledge of principles of surveying, building construction, hydrology and hydraulics. Knowledge of basic computer software programs.

Skills in public speaking and interpersonal relations with the public.

Qualifications: Required

Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering.

EIT certification.

Training in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) with Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification, OR will obtain and maintain such a Certificate within (6) months of beginning employment.

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality requires that individuals working on construction sites be considered Qualified Personnel, meaning a person knowledgeable in the principles and practices of erosion and sediment controls. This person should also possess the skills to assess conditions on a site that have potential to impact stormwater quality and to inspect the effectiveness of all sediment and erosion control measures utilized throughout project duration.

Must possess a valid driver's license.

Preferred

Previous experience and/or training involving floodplain management.

Hours of Work

40-hour week - normal work hours, Monday thru Friday.

Subject to 24-hour call and must respond in a timely manner during an emergency.

May require evening and weekend duty.

Location of Work

The Floodplain Manager will operate throughout the community to complete work assignments.

Duties of the Floodplain Manager require fieldwork duty, as well as office duty.

Physical Demands

Tasks involve the ability to exert physical effort in sedentary to light work activities and may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5 to 10 pounds). Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation. Some tasks may involve the ability to exert moderate, though not constant physical effort, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling, and which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderate weight (12-20 pounds). In conformance with standard operating procedures for emergencies the Floodplain Manager is subject to 24 hr. on-call and extended work hours.

Some tasks require oral communications ability and some tasks require visual perception and discrimination.

Company Overview

Bring your passion, expertise, and experience to IBTS, where we appreciate and are committed to our employees. We offer outstanding benefits, growth opportunities, and work hard to maintain a culture that values our employees.

The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization established to provide unbiased professional building code compliance services, while enhancing the communities in which we work. At IBTS, our mission is to deliver quality services to meet the challenges of governance at all levels while enhancing public safety, economic development, and the general welfare of the community. Our services include Building and Community Development, Energy and Sustainability Services, Disaster Planning and Recovery, Quality Assurance, as well as Compliance and Risk Monitoring.

IBTS is headquartered in Ashburn, VA, with additional offices in Louisiana, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Washington, DC.

We are committed to building a community of experts with diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and perspectives who are passionate about our mission. IBTS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. This opportunity is open to Section S3 Residents.

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Application Deadline: 7/5/2019

Position Title:
Senior Civil Engineer
Employer: Lake County. IL Planning, Building & Development Department
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Job Description: Are you looking for a challenging role
within an organization that provides flexible
hours, rewarding compensation and an
excellent benefit package? If so, Lake
County Government is the place for you.
Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is
our goal to positively serve the residents of
Lake County while working with a purpose.
We believe our employees should take
pride in the work they accomplish while
truly respecting a collaborative work
environment. Do you have a background
in Civil Engineering? If so, this position
could very well be for you:

Position: Senior Civil Engineer
Location: Libertyville, IL
Salary: $65,890 - $75,954

Summary: Perform engineering tasks in
the field and engineering design review in
the office related to stormwater
management and soil erosion and
sediment control.
Becoming a Senior Civil Engineer would
allow you to be involved with Planning,
Building & Development within local
government, ranging from design review in
the office and field based professional
engineering work, and soil erosion and
sediment control best management
practices. Your day will consist of site
development plan review and inspections,
flood mitigation, drainage problem analysis
and review, and floodplain/water resources
management. You will have endless
opportunities to impact and make a
difference within Lake County. Being able
to build working relationships with
employees, 30 countywide departments
and the public, is sure to keep you
interested and continuously learning.

In order to be successful in this role you
should have a bachelor's degree in Civil,
Environmental, Water Resource
engineering and a minimum of 2 years of
experience. A State of Illinois Engineer in
Training (EIT) license is required. Listing
as a Designated Erosion Control Inspector
or registration as Certified Floodplain
Manager and/or Certified Professional
Erosion and Sediment Control is preferred,
and a valid driver's license is required.
Individuals should have a working
knowledge of the concepts of professional
engineering and soil erosion and sediment
control practices; possess the ability to
effectively problem solve; collaborate in a
team atmosphere and work individually;
and conduct tasks in both field and office
environments.

Lake County offers a competitive salary
and benefit package with performance-
based incentive plans. We also offer
flexible working hours, and a
comprehensive wellness and training
program. Visit our Prospective Employee
page to get additional information on why
you should work for Lake County! To learn
more about the department you will be
working for, visit Planning, Building &
Development. To learn more about other
services Lake County provides and to see
some of our employees in action, visit our
website to view videos. If you need
assistance writing your resume, we have
some tools to help you at our Human
Resources website.

Any offer of employment is conditioned on
the successful completion of a background
screening, drug and alcohol testing and
may include a pre-employment medical
exam.

Lake County is an Equal Opportunity
Employer

Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
Tracking Code: PBD.34025
Applications will be accepted: Until Filled
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 6/30/2019

Position Title:
Environmental Manager
Employer: Arapahoe County, CO
Address: 6924 South Lima Street, Centennial, 80112,
Colorado
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location:
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $69,368.00 - $108,212.00 Annually
Benefits: Medical and Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life and Supplemental Life Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Retirement Plan and Deferred Compensation Plan, Flexible Benefit Plan, Pre-paid Legal Service Plan, Vacation and Sick leave time, Holiday
Job Description: Arapahoe County's Public Works and
Development (PWD) Department is an
American Public Works Association
Accredited Agency, the first County in
Colorado to obtain this status. Within
PWD, we are seeking an Environmental
Manager to join our team in the
Engineering Services Division. We are
seeking a highly motivated individual with
commitment to excellence and a desire to
serve the needs of Arapahoe County
through this important and visible position.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits
package, meaningful work, and a flexible
and supportive work environment.

Some of the benefits of working for PWD
include:

15 days (120 hours) of paid vacation per
year
12 paid holidays and 1 additional floating
holiday per year
12 days (96 hours) of paid sick leave per
year
Flexible work schedules available
Training and development opportunities to
help you grow in your professional career
Comprehensive health insurance and
retirement plan see benefits tab for more
detail
The Environmental Manager has overall
responsibility for a broad range of services
within the Public Works and Development
Department and the County overall. This
position develops, implements, and
manages County-wide environmental
programs. It also performs environmental
assessments and monitoring, oversees
compliance programs, follows and
enforces environmental policies and
procedures, and conducts training and
presentations on environmental
requirements for employees, the public,
and other groups.
Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in environmental
science, environmental engineering, civil
engineering, or a related field.

Experience with MS4/NPDES Permit
writing, interpretation, and enforcement.

Minimum of five (5) years of experience
managing and implementing an
environmental program.

Three (3) years of public outreach
experience with experience in relating
stormwater management efforts to public
activities is preferred.

An equivalent combination of education
and experience to satisfy the requirements
of the job may be considered

Possession of a valid Colorado Class "R"
driver's license or the ability to obtain same
within two (2) weeks of appointment is
required.

This position requires successful
completion of pre-employment background
and motor vehicle checks.
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply Online
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 6/23/2019

Position Title:
Floodplain Engineer
Employer: Montana Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation
Address: 1424 9th Ave.
Helena, MT
Contact Person: Shannin Danko
Phone Number: 406-444-0505
Job Location: Helena, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Full-Time
Pay Range: $33.64 - $40.09 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Paid Leave & Holidays, Retirement Plan
Job Description: The State Floodplain Engineer manages
the States Floodplain Mapping Section and
administers State designation/adoption of
floodplains and floodways. The incumbent
reports to the Water Operations Bureau
Chief and performs a broad variety of
managerial, fiscal, technical and
professional duties relating to the State
Floodplain Management Program. More
specifically, the employee is responsible
for:

Program Management: Management and
oversight of the Floodplain Mapping
Section in accordance with State laws and
policies, and the Cooperating Technical
Partner (CTP) agreement with the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Leads and carries out the necessary
planning, scoping, funding, and technical
review necessary for the completion of
new floodplain studies and related
floodplain mapping revisions utilizing in-
house resources and professional services
contractors. Initiates and manages multiple
mapping projects and studies. Develops
and implements short and long term
mapping plans. Develops operational
budgets for program and mapping study
activities. Prepares the annual program
business plan and FEMA grant
applications for projects and program
management. Assists with fiscal oversight
of grants and contracts. Leads
procurement of engineering/surveying
contractors, prepares and administers
contracts. Maintains the floodplain
mapping repository and data distribution.
Serves as the program liaison with FEMA
and other state and federal agencies.

Floodplain Study Designation/Adoption:
The incumbent leads technical review and
state designation of floodplain mapping
studies and revisions. Completes detailed
technical reviews of hydrologic and
hydraulic analyses, including modeling and
floodplain mapping, and FEMA Flood
Insurance Study products. Coordinates
concurrent reviews of new floodplain
studies and floodplain mapping revisions
with FEMA and FEMA contractors.
Ensures new studies satisfy state
standards and comply with FEMA
guidance and standards.

Community Technical Assistance,
Outreach, and Training: The incumbent
leads engineering technical review
assistance in support of the services
provided by DNRC Regional Engineers to
local communities. Community technical
reviews involve evaluating the engineering
aspects of local floodplain permit
applications and FEMA Letter of Map
Change (LOMC) submittals, for sufficiency
with local floodplain ordinances. Develops
and provides training and outreach
activities to:
elected officials, community floodplain
administrators and staff, engineers,
surveyors, and others.
Qualifications: COMPETENCIES: Desired knowledge,
skills, and abilities include:

The incumbent must have proven skills
and abilities in leadership; program
management; negotiation; meeting
facilitation; problem solving; and
coordinating with multi-disciplinary teams
A strong background in Water Resources
engineering including expertise in the
theories, principles, and applications of
hydrologic and hydraulic analyses; and
associated modeling software (especially
HEC-HMS and HEC-RAS)
Considerable knowledge of state and
federal floodplain management standards,
policies, and programs
Proficiency and experience managing
complex programs and projects, including
scheduling, budgeting, prioritizing, and
delegating work tasks
Practical experience performing floodplain
engineering analyses, modeling,
delineation, and mapping
The ability to comprehend and interpret
policies, state and federal laws and
guidance pertaining to water resources
and floodplain management
The ability to plan and execute floodplain
studies, hydrologic and hydraulic analyses,
with a minimum of guidance
The ability to undertake and manage
multiple diverse projects concurrently,
satisfying deadlines and milestone goals
Enjoys and excels working on
multidisciplinary teams with diverse skill
sets,
Practical knowledge of field surveying
methods and topographic data collection;
including LiDAR
Strong computer software and
troubleshooting skills
Critical thinking, attention to detail, and
organizational strengths
Effective writing and oral communication
skills

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: The
knowledge, skills and abilities required for
this position are typically acquired through
possession of a Bachelor of Science (BS)
degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent,
and four (4) or more years of progressively
responsible work experience. Professional
Engineer (PE) licensure is highly desirable,
as are Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM)
credentials. DNRC will consider
candidates without PE licensure if they
currently have their EI (engineering intern)
certification and are committed to obtaining
their full PE license within one (1) year of
hire.

Additionally, a working knowledge and
experience of FEMAs National Flood
Insurance Program (NFIP) and Risk MAP
programs is desired. A valid drivers license
is required. Education and experience
equivalent and comparable to that
specified above may meet job
requirements and will be considered on an
individual basis. Training assignments may
be considered and/or required if an
applicant does not meet all the
competencies, skills or abilities.
Comments:
How To Apply: Click Here
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 6/30/2019

Position Title:
Mid-Level Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Employer: Kiewit - Englewood, CO
Address: Englewood, CO
Contact Person:
Phone Number: 7206930863
Job Location: Englewood
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits: Top-tier health, dental and vision insurance available from Day One of employment 401K savings plan that includes company dollar-for-dollar match on contributions up to 6 percent of base pay Our employees are entitled to accrue at least 20 days
Job Description: Position Summary:
Kiewit has an immediate opening for a dynamic Hydraulics/Hydrology Engineer in our growing Hydraulics Group based in Englewood, CO. The Drainage Engineer will work on an interdisciplinary team including: geotechnical engineers, structural engineers, roadway engineers, estimators, schedulers and construction experts to perform engineering analysis and design in support of design-build pursuits and ongoing projects.



Key Duties & Responsibilities:
The candidate will be part of teams responsible for completing engineering assignments in support of heavy civil construction for Kiewit Construction Companies business including drainage design, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (using various models and methods), and preparation of design plans, reports and technical memoranda. This will require a broad understanding from a national perspective of the following:

Hydrology
o Single-event and continuous rainfall modeling
o Watershed analysis, hydrograph and peak discharge development and routing
o Software experience includes: HEC1, HEC-HMS, SWMM/XP-SWMM, TR-55, SBUH and HSPF Method programs

Hydraulics
o Pavement drainage, culverts, storm systems, pump stations, pressure pipe, bridge sizing and scour, sediment transport, revetment design, and coastal considerations for highway drainage
o Understanding of the various FHWA hydraulic engineering circulars and design series
o Flood analysis and knowledge of the NFIP including CLOMR and LOMRs
o Stormwater quantity / quality calculations, NPDES compliance and erosion control requirements
o Software experience includes: HY-8, Culvert Master, HEC-RAS, HEC-GEORAS, Storm CAD, Civil Storm, Pond Pack, Flow Master, 2D experience helpful such as SRH-2D

Drainage Design
o Development of drainage plans, profiles, specifications and estimates for transportation and other water resources projects. This includes developing terrain and other design components via models such as Inroads, Arc-GIS and other pre and post processing software packages.
o Software experience includes: Micro Station, AutoCAD, Arc-GIS, Geopak and Inroads or similar 3D stormwater modeling preferred.

Qualifications: Experience Required:
BS or MS in Civil Engineering
5-10 years post-graduate experience.
Design experience or Design-Build project experience preferred
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization and support project efforts
The candidate will possess strong project management skills including: scope development, schedule management and earned value management
The candidate will lead plan production, specifications, estimate and drainage design development and will be responsible / in charge of engineering work and will be the Engineer of Record for final design projects
Must have P.E./P.Eng
This position requires travel to project offices and work sites. Ability to travel 25% of the time
Ability to freely access all points of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environments

Comments: Kiewit Engineering Group, Inc is a full-service consulting and engineering firm serving the infrastructure and engineering markets. Our combined staff of more than 1,300 engineers and design professionals have expertise that spans all major engineering disciplines to serve transportation, power, water/wastewater, mining, building, and oil, gas & chemical markets. Backed by 130 years of construction experience, our construction-driven engineering focuses on constructability and safety in the earliest phases of projects to ensure on-time and on-budget project delivery.

Our rapidly growing Infrastructure Design Department, which includes structural, geotechnical, civil, drainage, roadway, transit, and materials disciplines, is a multi-faceted and leading-edge division of Kiewit with best-in-class technical expertise focused on the design-build delivery of infrastructure projects.

We are an innovative team of design engineers that supports projects throughout the company. Our staff leads and collaborates with Kiewits construction teams to approach construction-driven engineering with a focus on safe, cost effective, and innovative designs that achieve client expectations and further Kiewits legacy of excellence.

On our team, youll have the opportunity to see more, touch more, and do more than you ever imagined. Working hard will not only bring you satisfaction from a job well done, but it will help propel your career forward faster than you might expect. Kiewits culture encourages training, developing your skills, and tailoring your experience and knowledge to allow you to take on projects that impact millions across North America. With top-notch health benefits, a wealth-building 401k plan, and unbeatable growth opportunities, by joining Kiewit, youre ensuring a lifetime of success.
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 12/17/2019

Position Title:
Senior Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Employer: Kiewit - Englewood, CO
Address: Englewood, CO
Contact Person: Dasha Emelianova
Phone Number: 7206930863
Job Location: Englewood, CO
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits: Top-tier health, dental and vision insurance available from Day One of employment 401K savings plan that includes company dollar-for-dollar match on contributions up to 6 percent of base pay Our employees are entitled to accrue at least 20 days
Job Description: Position Summary:
Kiewit has an immediate opening for a dynamic Hydraulics/Hydrology Engineer in our growing Hydraulics Group based in Englewood, CO. The Drainage Engineer will work on an interdisciplinary team including: geotechnical engineers, structural engineers, roadway engineers, estimators, schedulers and construction experts to perform engineering analysis and design in support of design-build pursuits and ongoing projects.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:
The candidate will be part of teams responsible for completing engineering assignments in support of heavy civil construction for Kiewit Construction Companies business including drainage design, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (using various models and methods), and preparation of design plans, reports and technical memoranda. This will require a broad understanding from a national perspective of the following:

Hydrology
o Single-event and continuous rainfall modeling
o Watershed analysis, hydrograph and peak discharge development and routing
o Software experience includes: HEC1, HEC-HMS, SWMM/XP-SWMM, TR-55, SBUH and HSPF Method programs

Hydraulics
o Pavement drainage, culverts, storm systems, pump stations, pressure pipe, bridge sizing and scour, sediment transport, revetment design, and coastal considerations for highway drainage
o Understanding of the various FHWA hydraulic engineering circulars and design series
o Flood analysis and knowledge of the NFIP including CLOMR and LOMRs
o Stormwater quantity / quality calculations, NPDES compliance and erosion control requirements
o Software experience includes: HY-8, Culvert Master, HEC-RAS, HEC-GEORAS, Storm CAD, Civil Storm, Pond Pack, Flow Master, 2D experience helpful such as SRH-2D

Drainage Design
o Development of drainage plans, profiles, specifications and estimates for transportation and other water resources projects. This includes developing terrain and other design components via models such as Inroads, Arc-GIS and other pre and post processing software packages.
o Software experience includes: Micro Station, AutoCAD, Arc-GIS, Geopak and Inroads or similar 3D stormwater modeling preferred.
Qualifications: Experience Required:
BS or MS in Civil Engineering
11+ years post-graduate experience.
Design experience or Design-Build project experience preferred
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization and support project efforts.
The candidate will possess strong project management skills including: scope development, schedule management and earned value management.
The candidate will lead plan production, specifications, estimate and drainage design development and will be responsible / in charge of engineering work and will be the Engineer of Record for final design projects.
Must have P.E./P.Eng
This position requires travel to project offices and work sites. Ability to travel 50% of the time.
Ability to freely access all points of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environments.

Comments:
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 12/17/2019

Position Title:
Mitigation Planner
Employer: Nebraska Department of Natural Resources
Address: 301 Centennial Mall South, 4th Floor
PO Box 94676
Lincoln, NE 68509
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location: Lincoln, NE
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday thru Friday 8AM to 5PM
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The position is located in the Engineering and Technical Services Division of the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (NeDNR). This position performs supervisory and specialized professional work in flood mitigation planning and floodplain management, as well as provides technical assistance to communities and other state agencies. The successful candidate will be customer-focused, detail-oriented, and a strong technical writer. Strong time management, problem-solving, and communication skills are essential for this position. See the job posting for more information.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in a field related to water resources planning plus six years of related experience. Experience can be substituted for education on a year for year basis.
Comments:
How To Apply: Click Here
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/1/2019





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