Commensurate with experience. Junior Engineering Inspectors will start at entry of the range.
2 openings available.
The City of Greenwood Village welcomes your interest in the Junior Engineering Inspector/ Engineering Inspector position with the Public Works Department.
As a Junior Engineering Inspector/Engineering Inspector with the City of Greenwood Village, you make a difference and impact the community. Your desire to serve a higher purpose, your passion, and your positive attitude contribute to our exceptional customer service and quality of life provided to our residents and employees. To you, this means so much more than just a paycheck. At Greenwood Village, you are motivated by your connection to the community, a collaborative work environment, and the opportunity to bring your unique contributions to the table.
We know that work life balance is important. Greenwood Village provides flexible scheduling and generous paid time off. We offer an exciting benefits package with amazing training opportunities, tuition reimbursement, immediate retirement contributions, and affordable health coverage.
Don’t meet all the required qualifications? We encourage you to apply anyway. We don’t hire your resume; we hire real people. If you have a positive attitude, the desire to learn, and a commitment to improve, we want you in our Village.
The purpose of this position is to perform engineering inspection work including monitoring right of way permits and field CIP projects; to aid professional engineering staff in CIP plan preparation and review; and to resolve construction and right-of-way issues in the field to help ensure a safe and secure village.
The salary range for the Junior Engineering Inspector is $23.28-$32.75. The salary range for an Engineering Inspector is $26.72-37.58 per hour. Greenwood Village also offers an exceptional benefits package including a selection of medical, dental, and vision insurance, recreation reimbursement, retirement programs, tuition reimbursement, and generous paid time off and sick leave.
The target hiring range for a Junior Engineering Inspector is $23.28- $25.64 per hour and $26.72-$29.44 for the Engineering Inspector, commensurate with experience.
Essential Functions of the Position Include:
Performs Construction Inspection Tasks
Works closely with the Project Manager or other supervisor, reviews plans, specifications and bid documents and performs inspections to ensure conformity on capital improvement projects.
Reviews and/or prepares plans and specifications for maintenance projects including overlaying, concrete repair, chip sealing, crack sealing, parks, roadways, right-of-way, and infrastructures.
Inspects streets, street cut trenches, patches, and rights-of-way to determine repair or construction needs and insures conformance with established industry standards.
Inspects construction traffic control; ensures compliance with codes and applicable manuals.
Surveys roads, construction sites, etc., utilizing rod and level.
Monitor Day-to-Day Status of Field Projects
Directs City contractors; coordinates project and elements with utility companies, other City departments, and governmental agencies; adjusts as necessary.
Maintains records of labor, equipment and materials used on projects utilizing logs, job diaries and a computer.
Ensures that construction materials or geographic characteristics are in conformance with compliance plans, specifications, and standards.
Provides detailed measurements related to work proposed or in progress.
Responds to citizen inquiries; provides customer service.
Data Collection and Reporting
Gathers and provides data to resolve construction claims; participates in claims resolution.
Collects and records data for reports or filing; prepares reports and cost estimates.
Utilizes GIS/GPS, AutoCAD, etc. for updating and maintaining information.
Miscellaneous Administrative Functions
Makes recommendations to the Director of Public Works, and City Manager on construction related matters as requested.
Attends and participates in professional group meetings; stays abreast of trends and innovations in construction inspection.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge and Ability Requirements:
The knowledge and skills needed to be successful in this position are typically gained through the achievement of a high school diploma or equivalent and 1 year of progressively responsible experience in municipal construction, construction inspection, materials testing or a closely related field.
Junior Engineering Inspector--This is the entry level position in the Engineering Inspector series. This position is distinguished from the Engineering Inspector by the oversight of less complex construction projects and a focus on Right-of-Way permit inspections. Since this position is typically an entry level, employees may have limited or no directly related work experience.
Engineering Inspector--This is the full journey level position within the Engineering Inspector series. Employees within this position are distinguished from the Junior Engineering Inspector by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned including oversight of complex constructions projects and a focus on Capital Improvement Project inspections. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit.
Candidate must also have the ability to:
Operate related equipment and instruments safely and efficiently.
Learn to perform mathematical computations related to municipal construction.
Learn to detect unsafe practices and conditions present at worksites and initiate required corrective actions.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, contractors, members of the public and a diversity of special interest groups.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Learn to interpret and apply pertinent Federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations related to public works construction inspection.
Meet the physical requirements of the position including frequently sitting at computer for several hours; walking or standing for brief periods of time; talking to and hearing customers on the telephone and in person; and performing physical aspects of inspection work, which may require the full range of physical motion including pushing, pulling, lifting, twisting, and turning the upper body, stooping, kneeling, crouching, climbing, balancing, crawling, reaching for objects, walking, standing; and occasional lifting and carrying of supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
As a municipal organization, Greenwood Village is a provider of emergency services. Some emergency situations, including weather related emergencies, may necessitate Greenwood Village employees to assist in areas of work which may not be directly related to the employee’s specific job function, but which will be within the physical capabilities, training, and skills of the employee.
Field work (approximately 80%) involves exposure to dirt, dust, gasoline and diesel fumes, vehicle exhaust, asphalt, concrete, fumes from storm and sanitary sewers. Hazardous or unpleasant conditions may exist due to traffic, operating equipment, construction noise, fumes and adverse weather. Duties are performed on a variety of slopes and under various weather conditions.
This position may require shift, weekend or off hour/day work; may receive calls on a 24?hour basis; and may be required to appear on?site as a result of an emergency during off duty hours.
This position is supervised by the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager. The characteristics most important to Public Works team is a desire to provide solutions with a sense of pride and ownership and a strong commitment to customer service and team work with a positive attitude.
The position will remain open until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin on January 21st, 2022.
The City of Greenwood Village is dedicated to the principles of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act and prohibits unlawful discrimination against applicants based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age over 40, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
The City of Greenwood Village offers a unique mix of rural and urban environments with all amenities close at hand. Within our eight square miles, Greenwood Village encompasses all aspects of life. Diverse shopping and dining in the Denver Tech Center. Three light rail stations provide for easy travel. Pristine parks, trails, and open spaces create a special place to live.
Not only is the Village a great place to live, it is a great place to work. As a municipal government, we maintain a simple philosophy - provide a high quality of life for our residents. We have built a reputation on being responsive to the needs of our citizens, providing open and transparent communications, and doing what it takes to get things done. The qualities and characteristics of Village employees are part of what makes Greenwood Village a special place.