Perform a variety of professional engineering work to lead the engineering-related elements of the City's Vision Zero program in coordination with Public Works leadership and the Vision Zero Program Coordinator.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Manage, review, and support Vision Zero-related studies, programs, plans, operations and the design and construction of projects.
Management of projects the include producing plans, specifications, and estimates; preparing and administer contracts; obtaining permits and approvals; managing scope, schedule and budget.
Provide engineering expertise, technical direction on Public Works initiatives that include he review of projects, plans, operations, specifications, permits, etc., and other City Vision Zero-related conversations.
Assist in leading the development, implementation evaluation and reporting on the Vision Zero Action Plan and future plan updates.
• Evaluate national and international best practices, engineering standards, and legal requirements related to urban multi-modal traffic safety engineering as data becomes available. • Draft, review and assist in implementation of traffic engineering related policies, practices, and engineering documents. • Analyze crash records and identify potential engineering solutions. • Manage and resolve daily transportation issues pertaining to multi-modal safety. • Support traffic safety engineering-related coordination and collaboration with other agencies and stakeholders as a technical representative for the City of Minneapolis. • Supervise the work of subordinates, consultants and contractors. • Perform research, prepare reports, give presentations, and write proposals. • Other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Four years of engineering related experience
LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Minnesota.
About City of Minneapolis
Minneapolis Public Works designs, builds and maintains the City of Minneapolis’ infrastructure; which includes but is not limited to: streets and bridges, public buildings, city fleet of vehicles, storm and sanitary sewer system, drinking water treatment and distribution, parking ramps and surface lots, traffic signals, signage and striping; solid waste and recycling and more.