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System One Services Sr Highway Engineer in Kansas City, Missouri

Sr Highway EngineerKansas City, MO




Compensation Range:85000.00 - 135000.00

Job ID:221868

Date Posted:06/03/2021

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university

  • Registered as a licensed Professional Engineer in Kansas and/or Missouri, or the ability to attain within one (1) year of employment.

  • 8-15+ years of design experience preferred

  • Knowledge of the AASHTO Green Book and Roadside Design Manual

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Bentley MicroStation V8i, Geopak SS4/SS10 and ProjectWise

  • Experience with KDOT, MoDOT and/or local municipalities a must

  • Must be excellent with Inroads and Microstation.

  • Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university

General Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Receives instructions from a Project Manager as to the assigned tasks, budget for tasks, and general results expected to achieve client expectations.

  • Keep Project Manager informed of design status and any changes in project schedule, scope, or required effort.

  • Perform in a team environment with both design engineers and CAD technicians; ask questions, share knowledge, and mentor less experienced staff as needed.

  • Responsible for accuracy of engineering design and deliverables; quality presentation, thoroughness and follow-through, and efficient conformance to budgets, schedules, and company standards.

  • Analyzes information and data to perform routine design tasks.

  • Research appropriate design options and document findings for Project Manager.

  • Makes decisions independently on engineering problems and methods.

  • Prepares plans, specifications, quantities and cost estimates for the design of roadway engineering components of projects.

  • Represent the organization design team in meetings to resolve project related questions, and to plan and coordinate work.

  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies. These activities can be accomplished in person or virtually, if needed