DEPARTMENT: Engineering Services
REPORTS: County Engineer

SALARY RANGE: $67,557.75 – $102,797.25

APPLY AT: Applications will be accepted until filled. Application and job description can be obtained from the Human Resources Department located at 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 5, Yulee, Florida 32097, Telephone (904) 530-6075 or Fax (904) 321-5797, or at Drug Free Workplace. This position is eligible for Veterans’ Preference in accordance with applicable laws.


Provides complex professional work ensuring proper application of Civil Engineering principles and
techniques, for the Engineering Services Department. Position focuses onmanaging the engineering
development review for Nassau County. Ensures Department compliance with all applicable
policies, procedures, laws and regulations. Performs related administrative and supervisory work as


• Plans, manages, coordinates and supervises the engineering aspects of the development
review process.
• Reviews, evaluates and presents technical analyses of applications submitted for public
• Advises Development Review technical staff of highly complex technical matters
concerning plan review and construction inspection functions.
• Attends Development Review Committee meetings to discuss project coordination,
procedures and acceptance.
• Supervises professional, technical, supervisory and support staff; supervisory duties include
instructing; planning, assigning and reviewing work; maintaining standards, coordinating
activities, selecting new employees; allocating personnel; acting on employee problems
recommending employee promotions, transfers, discipline and discharge; and performance
• Reviews the work of subordinate staff for completeness and accuracy; evaluates performance
and makes recommendations; offers advice and assistance as needed.
• Develops and implements the Engineering Services Capital Improvement Program.
• Provides technical support and engineering services to the Road & Bridge, Solid Waste and
Nassau Amelia Utilities Divisions, including Capital Improvement Program and permitting.
• Provides for the adequate training and development of department employees.
• Ensures department compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, laws and
• Coordinates department activities with other divisions, departments and agencies as required.
• Reviews technical documents as submitted by engineers and developers.
• Meets with developers and staff to discuss proposed projects.
• Prepares status reports as directed. Prepares exhibits to aid in Board decision making.
• Directs special projects as assigned.
• Receives and responds to public inquiries, requests for assistance and complaints.
• May be required to act as the County Engineer in his/her absence.

• Performs a variety of routine administrative duties as required,which may include but are not
limited to preparing reports and correspondence, entering computer data, attending and
conducting meetings, etc.
• Prepares, processes and submits various documents, survey exhibits, engineering drawings,
blueprints, contracts, permits, various reports, memos, correspondence, etc.
• Prepares agenda items for County Engineer’s review.
• Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the Board of County
Commissioners, County Attorney, subordinates, County employees, developers, engineers,
contractors, consultants, municipal personnel, various other Local/State/Federal agencies,
vendors and the general public.
• Operates a vehicle and a variety of equipment, which may include a computer, printer, fax
machine, copier, calculator, telephone, two-way radio; utilizes an engineering and
architectural scale, etc.
• Attends and remains at work regularly and adheres to policies and procedures regarding
absenteeism and tardiness. Provides adequate notice to higher management with respect to
vacation time and leave requests.
• Prepares exhibit materials.
• Performs related duties as required.

(These essential functions are not a complete statement of all duties required of the job. Employees will be required to
perform such other related job duties as may be assigned or required.)


Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or other relevant field and five (5) years or
more of engineering and/or engineering service management experience or an equivalent
combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills
and abilities. Experience in working with one or more of the following areas: Solid
Waste/Recycling, Water & Sewer/Municipal Utility, Development Review or Roadway
Maintenance including innovative roadway surface treatment applications and rehabilitation of
existing Stormwater systems. Must possess a Professional Engineer License issued by the State
of Florida and remain licensed. Must possess a valid State Driver’s License.
• Knowledge of the methods, policies and procedures of the Department and County as they
pertain to the performance of duties of the Senior Development Review Engineer.
• Knowledge of the functions and interrelationships of County and other Governmental
• Knowledge in the laws, ordinances, standards and regulations pertaining to the specific
duties and responsibilities of the position.
• Ability to ensure departmental compliance with all laws regulations and control the activities
of the department through effective supervision.
• Ability to review and interpret construction plans and drawings to execute job
• Knowledge of the materials and equipment used in the operations of Engineering Services,
Solid Waste and Nassau Amelia Utilities.

• Knowledge of various permits required by Local, State and Federal agencies for Engineering
Division construction and operation projects.
• Ability to provide technical expertise in the development of engineering designs,
specifications, cost estimates and project plans.
• Ability to offer training and assistance to co-workers and employees of other departments as
• Ability to take the initiative to complete the duties of the position without the need of direct
• Ability to plan, organize and prioritize daily assignments and work activities.
• Ability to offer instruction and advice to subordinates regarding Departmental policies,
methods and regulations.
• Ability to learn and utilize new skills and information to improve job performance and
• Knowledge of proper English usage, punctuation, spelling and grammar.
• Ability to use independent judgment and discretion in supervising various programs
including the handling of emergency situations, determining procedures, setting priorities,
setting schedules, maintaining standards, planning for future County needs and resolving
• Knowledge of modern office practices and technology.
• Ability to use a computer for word processing and records management.
• Ability to perform required mathematical calculations.
• Ability to compile, organize and utilize various financial information necessary in the
preparation of the Departmental budget and knows how to prepare and monitor the budget.
• Ability to read and interpret complex materials pertaining to the responsibilities of the job.
• Ability to assemble and analyze information and prepare reports and records in a concise,
clear and effective manner.
• Ability to produce quality work despite the stress of deadlines.
• Knowledge of the terminology and various professional languages used within the
• Ability to maintain effective relationships with co-workers, personnel of other departments,
professionals and members of the public through contact and cooperation.
• Ability to act calmly and quickly in emergency situations.

• Sitting
• Stooping
• Kneeling
• Bending
• Crouching
• Reaching
• Standing
• Walking
• Lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs.
• Pushing and pulling
• Climbing on ladders, on steps or on the ground
(Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability)

• Works inside in an office environment and occasionally out of doors with the ability to
perform work effectively despite occasional exposure to adverse environmental conditions,
including temperature extremes, wetness/humidity, rain, electrical currents, machinery
hazards, uneven terrain, toxic agents, vibrations, noise extremes, fumes, dirt, dust, pollen,
odors, etc.
• Has knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the industry.