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Provide experience and knowledge to project execution and control on civil engineering and drainage projects to achieve continuity and high standard results. Perform hydrology/hydraulic analysis for the design and construction of drainage and flood control projects. Responsible for drainage design, including, but not limited to the design of storm sewers, culverts, bridge deck drainage and roadside ditches. Perform storm water management system and pond design. Serve as a technical liaison with client on project efforts. Provide support to city staff on drainage related issue. Assist citizens, as well as, developers with questions concerning FEMA firm maps and drainage issues in the city. Provide technical assistance to regional drainage communities such as watershed steering committee. Knowledge and ability to support FEMA's Risk MAP Production and Technical Services contract, Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program and other related contracts with the U.S.
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by employees in this job. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.
Provide direction and drainage experience to staff and local community on civil engineering and drainage issues.
Assist the director of engineering with drainage and civil engineering projects.
Perform civil engineering analysis for the design and construction of drainage and flood control projects.
Responsible for drainage design and civil engineering issues, including, but not limited to, the design of storm sewers, culverts, bridge deck drainage and roadside ditches.
Perform storm water management systems and pond design.
Coordinate efforts of assigned design team to ensure completeness and accuracy of design effort.
Available as technical liaison with client on project efforts.
Provide technical assistance on regional drainage issues. Understand the agency requirements and align CDM Smith capabilities to support FEMA.
Initiating and maintaining relationships with FEMA at HQ and regions.
Supporting technical and programmatic support to multiple FEMA programs nationwide.
Advising staff on unique program challenges and solutions relative to the FEMA programs.
Support other emergency and disaster management initiatives with federal and municipal clients.
Must be able to provide services for the benefit of the general public during emergency situations that threaten the safety of League City's citizens, and that, City employees must be able to work immediately before, during, or immediately after an emergency.
All other tasks as assigned.
SUPERVISORY/BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES: Directly supervise full time employees (EIT's). Responsible for formulating preliminary department budget.
Bachelor's Degree in Civil, Environmental, Water Resources Engineering or related discipline
A minimum of 10 years of drainage experience.
Demonstrated work experience with Civil Engineering and modeling
Certified Floodplain Certification
Proficient in MicroStation, CAD systems, and GIS. Familiarity with TxDOT drainage design criteria and FHWA hydraulic design manual.
Valid Texas Driver's License.
Licensed Texas Professional Engineer (P.E.) preferred.
Any combination of education, training, and experience, which provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities needed for this position, may be substituted or evaluated at the discretion of the City.
Internal Number: FY201900095
About City of League City
League City’s origin dates back to 1825, when Stephen F. Austin first settled the area.J.C. League began acquiring the land in Galveston County from G.W. Butler family in the 1890s.In 1896, he officially changed the name of his holdings from Butler Ranch to League City.League City was formally incorporated as a Texas Home Rule City in 1962.League City is located in Galveston and Harris County encompassing 55 square miles. League City is a rapidly growing city experiencing a rate of 29% in population since the 2000 census with a present day population estimated at 62,600 and will be at 75,000 by the year 2010.