Loudoun County, Virginia, is currently seeking applicants for three (3) Civil Engineers within the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure. As a Civil Engineer, you will manage the design of transportation projects to include new roads and roadway expansions, intersection improvements, and traffic signals. You will be responsible for managing engineering design consultants through the pre-programming, pre-design, project design, site plan, and construction administration phases. Duties include, but are not limited to: development and processing of transportation design plans in accordance to VDOT design standards and the VDOT Locally Administered Projects Manual, review of layout, drainage, grading, and utility design plans, processing plans to obtain regulatory approvals, oversight of civil plan production and revisions through all phases of a project; technical consultation reviews; utility coordination, field inspections; proposal and report writing; preparation of specifications and construction documents; and review of drawings and documents to assure compliance with County and VDOT designs and production standards. Successful candidates must possess excellent written and verbal skills. Project management, estimating, and scheduling skills are essential. Hiring Range: DOQ. Recruitment #19-S4T-1153. Apply immediately. Visit our on-line employment center at www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply. EOE
Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and at least four (4) years of professional engineering work experience of a complex nature, direct design experience, and administrative experience. Experience managing projects using the VDOT Locally Administered Projects Manual and use of construction management software, such as e-Builder, is desirable. Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license. Professional Civil Engineer license (P.E.) in the Commonwealth of Virginia, NICET certification, and/or Designated Plans Examiner certification is preferred. The successful candidate will undergo a criminal background check, to include credit and DMV checks.
Internal Number: 19-S4T-1153
About Loudoun County Government
Loudoun is the fastest growing County in the United States, with a growing economy focused on the information communication technology, federal government contracting, aerospace and rural/agriculture clusters. Its per capita income is the highest in the country. The eastern third of the County is suburban while the western two thirds is rural with small towns, agriculture, wineries, horse farms and 160,000 acres of well preserved open space. The County is committed to this development pattern as clearly identified in its comprehensive plan. The Blue Ridge Mountains are nearby. 25 miles in the other direction is Washington, DC. 46% of Loudoun’s working residents work in the County, 10% in Washington, and the remaining 44% work primarily in Northern Virginia. Recreational and cultural activities abound. All in all, the County is known for its beautiful scenery, rich history, a healthy diversity of expanding business opportunities, comfortable neighborhoods, and high quality public services.