The City of Sharonville seeks an Engineer to manage and lead the Sharonville Public Works Department. The Department is responsible for road repair and maintenance; repair and maintenance of municipal parks; management, repair, and maintenance of the Golden View Acres Senior Living Complex; snow removal; and other general building and infrastructure projects throughout the City of Sharonville.
Interested applicants must be an Engineer and possess management experience in order to lead the approximately two dozen regular and seasonal employees of the Department.
Anticipated beginning salary range is between $95,000 - $105,000/year with excellent benefits. Additional details are contained in the job description below.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Municipal Engineering, Construction Engineering, or similar discipline, and
Two (2) years of management/supervisory experience;
Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Valid Driver’s license; must maintain insurability as set forth by the City’s motor vehicle liability insurance requirements.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (for purposes of 42 USC 12101):
Direct and supervise department employees, assign and review work, evaluate employee performance, manage employee leave requests;
Participate in the hiring and promotion of department employees;
Recommend and implement discipline as necessary;
Manage and direct maintenance operations of city streets, city parks, city buildings, other infrastructure, vehicles, and equipment;
Manage and direct operations of Golden View Acres;
Assist in planning, building, construction, and other projects;
Ensure that rents and other receivables are properly accounted for (senior housing rents, street opening permits, etc.);
Ensure that expenditures are within budget appropriations (equipment, personnel, expenditures, etc.);
Prepare annual budget; participate in long range planning for the department, and develop budget estimates for inclusion in city budget;
Write, maintain, and update various budget and related reports, bid specifications, records, and documents;
Plans, designs and implements smaller municipal engineering projects:
Coordinate efforts and work closely with the City’s contracted engineering firm.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Abide by the Standards of Conduct as defined by City Administration.
Performs other related duties as required.
Attends meetings, seminars, and training sessions.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE CHARACTERISTICS: (*indicates developed after employment)
Knowledge of: General knowledge of construction methods, tools, and materials; working knowledge of regulations governing management of employees; local government operations; organizational goals and objectives*; organizational policies and procedures*; research methods; grant programs; budgeting methods and concepts; purchasing methods and concepts.
Skill in: Managing employees; planning and organizing work and distribution of workloads; interpersonal relations; evaluating construction, maintenance, and repairs of buildings, roads, and other public works projects; evaluating and selecting appropriate equipment; understanding and compiling budgetary data.
Ability to: Analyze, understand, and manage construction and maintenance operations; resolve interpersonal conflict among employees; analyze various project options and make recommendations; manage employee scheduling during weather events; determine the need for seasonal work.
Note: In accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor physical demands strength ratings, this is considered to be light work.
This position description in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed by the position incumbent.
About City of Sharonville
Sharonville is a municipality located in Hamilton County, Ohio (southwest Ohio). It serves approximately 13,500 residents and has a day time population of approximately 40,000. The city has been recognized as a top employer in the state for several years running by Ohio Business Magazine and as a top local government employer by ELGL (Engaging Local Government Leaders).