City Of Springfield, IL Springfield , IL 62701

Posted 2 months ago

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The Office of Public Works, Engineering Division is seeking an individual to review and coordinate various public works permits, construction and land division plans, calculations, reports and provide alternate solutions when necessary. Track developments, City of Springfield projects, and assist in maintaining City of Springfield project files.

Perform periodic and final inspections for City permits plans and construction plans. Prepare plans, specifications, estimates, and bidding documents for various City projects. Ensure the work adheres to the plan specifications, and is constructed in accordance with the ordinances and specifications of the City of Springfield.

This position requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of a Bachelor of Science program in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university and a valid driver's license. Registration as an Engineer-in-Training in the State of Illinois preferred. Current employees (where applicable) and persons hired or rehired after 1-1-17 shall maintain their bona fide residence within the corporate limits of the City of Springfield during all periods of service. Newly hired or rehired employees have 12 months from date of hire to establish city residency.

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