The City of San Bruno is seeking an Associate Civil Engineer with a strong focus on traffic/transportation. The Associate Engineer develops traffic and pedestrian safety projects, is responsible for all signal installations and modifications to the City’s signal system, provides traffic engineering support to various Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), and reviews traffic impacts from private development projects. They will conduct studies to recommend changes for traffic safety and operational improvements, provide traffic signal design and review on CIP and private development, perform construction management of traffic and transportation improvement projects, review traffic impact studies and transportation demand management plans for private development projects, address parking issues, interact with general public to resolve traffic issues and citizen complaints, and make presentations to the Traffic Safety and Parking Committee.
Other duties may include determining codes, regulations, and requirements; providing project management for municipal public works projects; administering grant applications; review traffic control plans; administering permits for utility, street use, and franchise; providing engineering support for other City departments and other duties as assigned.
A minimum of three (3) years of responsible civil engineering experience performing duties comparable to an Assistant Civil Engineer
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in civil engineering or a closely related field
Municipal or related consultant experience highly desirable
Possession and maintenance of a valid registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California, or possess Professional Engineer Registration in another state with the ability to obtain California registration within six (6) months
About City of San Bruno
The City of San Bruno is located in San Mateo County and is only 12 miles south of San Francisco. An ethnically and culturally diverse city, San Bruno maintains a small-town atmosphere within a large metropolitan area. The City is responsible for a wide range of public services including Fire, Police, Cable TV, Water and Wastewater.
Located along Highway 101 and Interstate 280, the City enjoys easy access to the vast cultural, educational and recreational opportunities of the San Francisco Bay Area including museums, galleries, theaters and access to professional sports teams including the Giants, 49ers, A’s, Golden State Warriors and Sharks venues, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the San Francisco Bay. Educational opportunities include numerous community colleges, as well as Stanford University, University of San Francisco, UC Berkeley and San Francisco State University.
The San Bruno BART and CalTrain stations make it easy to use public transportation to access the Peninsula, San Francisco and beyond.