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Chief Financial Officer/ Controller, City of Carmel 


Under the Mayor’s direction, the CFO/Controller (CFO) will be responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and managing the financial activities of the city and its component units with a primary focus on fiscal year and five year financial planning, budgeting, revenue and expenditure forecasts, capital planning and management, short and long-term financing including debt repayment, overseeing financial management and effectiveness of all city departments, and coordinating the preparation and administration of the city budget including budget to actual variance analysis. The CFO will also be responsible for communicating and reporting to the bond rating agencies.


The CFO will provide strategic financial guidance and will be a key advisor to the Mayor. As part of the Mayor’s Executive team, the CFO will help lead long-term planning efforts, implement the Mayor’s vision, follow the Mayor’s direction, and work well with the Department Directors and the Mayor’s communication team. At times, the CFO will need to analyze situations quickly and advise the Mayor on the best course of action. The CFO may act in the Mayor’s stead within delegated areas as well as represent the Mayor as necessary with the Council and the public.

The City of Carmel has a Deputy Chief Financial Officer, who is the former City Controller and Executive Director of the City of Carmel Local Improvement Bond Bank. Under the direction of the CFO, the Deputy CFO will manage City and Bond Bank accounting and financial reporting, annual audits and the ACFR, and financial transactional activities as well as other duties.

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Posted 1/22/2024


Director of Technical Services, Region 3-A, Development and Regional Planning Commission


The Director of Technical Services is responsible for conducting traffic counts, transportation planning, and special traffic studies as requested by an appropriate representative of a member county and/or municipality. They will also oversee, implement, and administer the annual INDOT Rural Transportation grant, as well as other potential funding sources for traffic and transportation projects.

Specific Duties Include:

  • Preparation of the Transportation Planning Division’s annual budget
  • Preparation of the Transportation Planning Division’s annual work program
  • Preparation of the Transportation Planning Division’s annual reporting
  • Day-to-day management of Transportation Planning projects for the agency
  • Maintain good working relations with member counties, municipalities, State, federal and regional
    agencies, consulting engineers, architects, and other ally groups
  • Special projects, as may be assigned from time-to-time by the Executive Director
  • Maintain current on relevant information on INDOT, FHA, FAA and other transportation planning
  • Attend Executive Board, Board of Directors and Staff meetings, as may be required
  • Perform related tasks as required
Job Requirements:
  • Broad-based knowledge and experience in the fields of transportation, community and economic development, community planning, and municipal finance
  • Excellent research abilities in the areas of State and federal intergovernmental grant programs,federal regulations and Indiana’s county and municipal statues
  • Excellent written and verbal communications at the professional and non-professional level
  • Working knowledge of the related State and federal agencies and organizations
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning, public administration or related field

To apply: here

To learn more about Region3A: here

Posted 1/22/2024


Traffic Engineer, City of Bloomington 


Manager of the Operation Division of the Engineering Department, which is responsible for investigating transportation inquiries and coordinating potential changes to traffic control devices that optimize the mobility, safety, and accessibility of the City’s transportation system in an equitable and sustainable manner for people of all ages and abilities using all modes of transportation. Manages staff that assists in data collection, technical evaluations, and oversight of use of the City’s public right-of-way. Assists in the review and oversight of city capital projects, private development/utility capital projects, and transportation planning initiatives. 

This job description is illustrative only and is not a comprehensive listing of all job functions performed. The following are essential duties for this position, performed with or without reasonable accommodation: 

Essential (primary) 

Oversees the investigation of traffic inquiries generated by City Departments, external stakeholders, and the public on matters related to transportation and capital projects. This includes response to traffic inquiries, traffic calming requests, signal timing and operation, and identification of work order opportunities (e.g., signing and striping) to enhance the operation and safety of existing facilities. 

Serve as the Engineering Department’s voting representative on the City’s Traffic Commission. Attends other meetings as needed (e.g., Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Commission, Board of Public Works,  City Council, MPO committees, etc.) to discuss transportation initiatives. 

Responsible for overseeing changes to and optimization of the City’s traffic signal system. Manage consultant contracts relating to planning, design, and implementation of a ‘smart signal system’ and any signal retiming evaluations.

Serve as the Engineering Department primary contact for the development of and activation of a safety action plan. Utilize data (e.g., crash reports), research, and best practices to proactively and equitably pursue low cost easy to implement transportation infrastructure enhancements in addition to more costly improvements that may require capital project prioritization.

Manages the Engineering Technician, Transportation Technician, and Engineering Field Specialist positions within the Engineering Department. Provide staff technical guidance and oversight on data collection, investigation, and right of way use permitting work.

Serve as the Engineering Department’s primary conduit between the Engineering Department and the Public Works Department’s Traffic Operation Division.

Provides technical support and guidance to Planning & Transportation Department staff through site plan and grading permit review and approval of private development projects.  Provides technical support and review of project identification and prioritization, design plan review, and construction of city capital projects.

Serve as the primary Engineering Department representative for select Planning & Transportation Department long range planning efforts (e.g., area or corridor studies). Reviews traffic studies, models, and other transportation forecast reports. 

Takes all reasonable steps to maintain a safe work environment. 

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Posted 1/8/2024


Plan Reviewer, Hamilton County 

To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Incumbent serves as Plan Reviewer for the Surveyor, responsible for reviewing construction plans for various projects to ensure compliance with applicable state and local codes, and construction standards.


Reviews construction plans of assigned projects for compliance with technical quality standards and state and local codes, and identifies aspects that directly affect drainage. Reviews hydraulic calculations and various documents for relevant project information, such as primary and secondary plats, project narratives, correspondence and meeting notes of other local agencies/boards/municipalities, and various department maps, such as adjoining primary and secondary plats, flood plain, storm sewer, water shed and geological survey maps.

Determines and completes required forms.

Assists developers, contractors, engineers, property owners in establishing new regulated drainage systems as needed, including reviewing development/construction plans, inspecting proposed project sites, analyzing existing drainage conditions and impact on surrounding properties, discussing with adjacent property owners as needed, communicating with appropriate parties to redesign problem areas, and reviewing revised drawings to ensure compliance with codes.

Researches technical history of proposed project sites, and inspects sites to determine pre-construction conditions. Schedules and conducts meetings on site with developers and engineers to discuss site-specific requirements.

Processes various plans and permit applications for compliance with state, county, and local codes, including reviewing proposed plans for projects, such as development, County and related municipalities’ bridge construction, state and local roads within the county, interceptor sanitary sewers, utility, petroleum transmission, fiber optic, and communication line installations; and reviewing applications for permits, such as building, and sanitary septic and well permits. Maintains database of all permits.

Prepares recommendations regarding effectiveness of drainage plan/design, and communicates orally and in writing with appropriate parties. Approves or denies applications for various permits for assigned projects.

Reviews plans submitted to ensure plans meet county water quality standards. Reviews project Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) which fall within Hamilton County’s MS4 Jurisdictional area.

Receives and organizes required project documents, such as approved plans, secondary plats, bonds or letters of credit, cost estimates, petitions, easement non-enforcement and other permits, fees, and correspondence.

Assists with coordination of stormwater management studies within incumbents plan review area by working with county and municipal departments and state and federal agencies, citizen groups, landowners and consulting engineering companies.

Maintains various records on computer, and compiles/prepares various reports as needed or as assigned, including periodic project status reports and year-end activity report.

Prepares written reports regarding new regulated drain storm sewer systems, reports regarding reconstruction of existing regulated drains, staff reports regarding variance requests to the floodplain ordinance, and staff summaries regarding easement non-enforcement requests.

At public hearing may make oral presentations of these reports before the Hamilton County Drainage Board. May answer technical questions from Board members during public hearings and may make recommendations to the Board.

Serves on technical advisory committees of county municipalities as assigned, including attending monthly meetings. Attends all Drainage Board meetings to report on or answer questions regarding assigned projects as needed or as requested.

May occasionally prepare and distribute department press releases as assigned.

Periodically investigates and responds to hazardous material spills involving regulated drains.

Maintains current knowledge of drainage regulations and technology by reviewing legislative updates and trade publications, and periodically attending seminars/training.

Performs related duties as assigned.

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Posted 1/8/2024

Project Manager, Boone County 

Responsible for oversight and delivery of various projects performed throughout the county including bridges, roads, culverts and associated infrastructure while maintaining schedule, budgets and quality.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Able to manage multiple concurrent projects while ensuring schedule and budget compliance
  • Communicate project status, timing, action items, issues, and risks to stakeholders.
  • Identify project delivery risks and mitigate impacts.
  • Ensure adherence to applicable standards.
  • Apply diversified knowledge of construction engineering principles and practices and independently makes decision on significant construction engineering problems
  • Deliver the best projects possible for the County

Learn more and apply here

Posted 1/8/2024

Assistant City Engineer, City of Columbus 

Under the direction of the City Engineer, responsible for helping to supervise and coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Engineering Department. Acts in the capacity of the City Engineer in his/her absence.

  • The position is responsible for establishing and enforcing technical standards of street, traffic and stormwater facilities. The Assistant City Engineer reviews plans submitted by others for compliance with these standards, and as such, will be required to work with a variety of property developers, engineers, land surveyors and other professionals.
  • Represents the Engineering Department on INDOT, Bartholomew County, Redevelopment Commission, Metropolitan Planning Organization and Planning related activities and functions relative to infrastructure. Prepares technical responses to these department’s requests on construction projects, development projects, land use decisions, rezones, annexations, programs and projects administered by these outside government agencies. Working effectively with other city government departments, attending meetings as necessary with other agencies, and effective communication and collaboration with city, county and state agencies is an essential function of this position.
  • Attends meetings of Board of Public Works and Safety, Plan Commission, City Council and other groups, as assigned.
  • Supervises the city’s stormwater management practices, in cooperation with the MS4 Stormwater Coordinator.
  • Prepares contract documents and specifications for Public Works projects. Solicits bids, reviews bids upon receipt, and makes recommendations to City Engineer and/or Board of Public Works and Safety.
  • Receives and investigates citizen complaints regarding stormwater, traffic, and roadway concerns. Initiates appropriate action in solving valid complaints.
  • Oversees the preparation and maintenance of all records and reports pertaining to various department projects and submits to appropriate person and/or agency.
  • Supervises the inspection of street, traffic, and stormwater construction projects.
  • Assist in the preparation and submittal of the department’s annual report.
  • Assists in the development and administration of the department’s Asset Management Program by keeping records, analyzing data and implementing improvements to the asset management of the streets and stormwater systems.
  • Takes all reasonable steps to maintain a safe work environment consistent with OSHA and other federal, state and local requirements.
  • Performs related duties as assigned

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Posted 10/10/2023

Assistant City Engineer, City of West Lafayette 

The Assistant City Engineer assists the Public Works Director with the overall planning, direction, and operation of the Engineering Department, including the development and construction of capital and maintenance projects associated with municipal utilities, traffic, streets, and other City facilities. Incumbent provides supervision, oversight, and guidance to Engineering Department staff. Work is performed with considerable independence under the general direction of the Public Works Director.

  • Serves as the project engineer/designer for the design and drafting of in-house, City projects.
  • Supervises the daily operations of engineering staff by performing administrative duties, overseeing programs, projects, and personnel as it relates to construction and maintenance.
  • Provides for contract management oversight to ensure successful project completion in a timely manner that is cost effective. Works with contractors and staff to develop and complete punch lists, progress payments, provide for consistent enforcement of standards, and resolves disputes.
  • Evaluates employee performance against defined standards and functions, including operational and developmental goals.
  • Reviews and approves all drainage improvements, both private and public.
  • Reviews and approves all sanitary sewer improvements, both private and public.
  • Guides the department’s implementation of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
    (NPDES) General Permit.
  • Guides the department’s implementation of City Standards and Policy Manual.
  • Assists with the City’s Geographical Information System (GIS) and coordination with the MUNIS database.
  • Assists with City capital planning, project design, and project management.
  • Assists with the development and administration of the annual budget, including capital improvement funding and forecast of funds needed for staffing.
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships, strategic partnerships, and contacts with
    community representatives, external agencies, and other organizations.
  • Helps with general questions and issues brought by the public.
  • Assists with drafting and detailing for City projects and inventories.
  • All other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or other closely-related field with relevant experience and
  • Active Indiana Professional Engineer (PE) license, or another state with the ability to reciprocate within six months of beginning employment, or ability to obtain license within twelve (12) months of employment.
  • Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ), preferred.
  • Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC), preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license with good Motor Vehicle Record.
  • Knowledge and experience with drainage ordinances, hydraulic engineering, stormwater calculations,
    and engineering methods.
  • Computer skills in CAD, stormwater-related programs and software, and basic word processing

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Posted 8/24/2023


MS4 Coordinator, City of Noblesville

Incumbent serves as the MS4 Coordinator for the Engineering Department, responsible for managing and implementing the coordination of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System General Permit (MS4GP), Storm Water Quality Management Plan, Water Quality Characteristic Report, and associated activities in compliance with Storm Water Phase II, and state and federal requirements.


  • Prepares and/or reviews all necessary paperwork, permits, forms and reports for compliance of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) Municipal Storm Sewer General Permit (MS4GP).
  • Serves as point of contact and manages the information flows between the city and the MS4 regulators.
  • Oversees the implementation of the five Minimum Control Measures (MCM) as listed in the MS4GP.
  • Manages wetlands inventory and assists with obtaining permits and managing compliance.
  • Inspects various city Capital Improvement Projects to ensure compliance with project drawings and specifications.
  • Manages and negotiates consultant services contracts. Coordinates and assists in the approval of all proposed construction projects.
  • Provides a practical application of engineering design recommendations in the communication of information.
  • Creates and provides both public and staff presentations and training. Interprets MS4 regulatory requirements and ensures compliance.
  • Coordinates a comprehensive and integrated approach to required data collection and analysis for reporting.
  • Prepares annual report in compliance with MS4GP. Prepares for and coordinates IDEM annual audit.
  • Performs necessary stream and waterway investigations. Participates in excursions into waterways, including on foot and various watercraft.
  • Maintains certifications and continuing education requirements necessary to perform assigned tasks.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

High school diploma or GED required. Associates degree in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, or related field preferred. Five years of experience in National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES). Two years municipal experience preferred. Experience in Storm Water Phase II /Rule 13 Storm Water Quality/ Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System General Permit (MS4GP) required. Certified Professional in Municipal Stormwater Management (CPMSM) certification required, or ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment.

Maintains professional certification(s)/credentials to sign as the “Qualified Professional” required signature on related official paperwork.

Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) and/or Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CISEC) and Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) certifications preferred.

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Posted 8/18/2023


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