The Civil Engineer II performs professional engineering work in one or more functional areas including project management, design, transportation, development review, and construction. The Civil Engineer II may coordinate internal or external projects with developers, contractors, other municipalities or districts, and City staff. This is a journey level position in a job series and requires the ability to perform assigned tasks independently.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Reviews traffic reports, construction plans, traffic control and access plans, traffic studies, construction materials and testing reports, surveys, subdivision plats, annexation maps, building permits, and final inspections
Implements the City's traffic calming policy
Manages small signage & striping projects from development of scope to completion of project
Oversees annual traffic count program
Conducts various traffic studies including speed analysis, signal warrant analysis, etc.
Reviews and comments on large and complex development proposals, construction, and public improvement project plans
Develops and implements policies, procedures and programs to expedite the achievement of department and City goals
Administer various programs and contracts as assigned
Analyzes operational data and reports
Reviews invoices from contractors and consultants, and makes payment recommendations
Prepares cost and materials estimates
Responds to complex questions and service requests for assigned areas
Reviews referrals from various agencies
Provides information on projects to City employees, private entities, and citizens
Reviews and edits construction drawings to ensure compliance with specifications
Researches and prepares legal descriptions of right-of-ways, easements, and ownership deeds
Writes, edits, and assembles contract documents, bid forms, and specifications for assigned projects
Prepares contracts, grant requests, and various reports
Plans, coordinates, and participates in research, investigations, surveys, and studies with other departments, outside agencies, and consulting engineers
Reviews and approves construction area traffic control plans
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET accredited institution and Engineer Intern (EI) or Fundamentals in Engineering (FE) certification is required. Two years experience in Civil Engineering or closely related field is required. Must possess a valid driver's license.
About City of Commerce City
As one of the state’s fastest growing communities, Commerce City is redefining itself for the next generation, building on historic values of community, industry, agriculture and family.
Centrally located along Colorado’s bustling Front Range, Commerce City is a quality community for a lifetime.
The community has 25 miles of trails, a championship golf course, 840 acres of open space and parks, 1,300 thriving businesses, one of the country’s largest soccer complexes and the nation’s largest urban wildlife refuge.