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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

Construction Manager, City of West Lafayette 

The Construction Manager position requires a highly professional and skilled individual with experience in project management, project budget tracking, heavy civil construction, permitting, and organizational management. The incumbent should be a highly motivated individual who is organized and able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.


  • Serves as the construction manager for all City public works projects.
  • Provides construction oversight of both public and private developments.
  • Liaises with clients/stakeholders, contractors, subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers on City projects.
  • Performs tests on materials and procedures to ensure compliance with City standards.
  • Solves job site problems, moving between the field and office.
  • Ensures that construction projects are completed on time and within budget.
  • Presents construction project progress updates to clients, other City departments, and Board of Public Works.
  • Coordinates inspections on active stormwater permits.
  • Manages and oversees all work within the public right-of-way.
  • Reviews and approves right-of-way permits and maintenance of traffic (MOT) plans.
  • Guides the inspection of all construction in public right-of-way.
  • Manages inspections and reports for public works projects.
  • Assists with City design standards and policy manual.
  • Assists the Assistant City Engineer in the development and administration of the City capital improvement and asset management plans.
  • Maintains City inventories for sidewalks, curbs, streets, sewers, etc.
  • Reviews and recommends traffic control and maintenance of traffic plans, both private and public.
  • Reviews and recommends all roadway improvements, both private and public.
  • Provides oversight of project consultants and contractors.
  • Performs all other duties, as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Engineering, Construction Management, or a closely related field with
    appropriate experience in drafting, inspection, and construction standards.
  • Valid driver’s license with good Motor Vehicle Record.
  • Computer skilled in CAD programs, GIS applications, Microsoft Office Suite programs, and ERP software.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with City and community leaders, design professionals, contractors, and the public.
  • Detail oriented and capable of making and keeping accurate records and field surveys.
  • Capable of directing daily tasks and projects.
  • Ability to aid with stormwater inspections in addition to other public works inspections.

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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

Storm Water Coordinator, County of Vanderburgh

The Storm Water Coordinator manages all aspects of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program to ensure compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits, Indiana Department of Environmental Management storm water regulations, local ordinances, and state laws concerning storm water.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organizing public education and participation activities, performing erosion and sediment control plan review and inspection, inspecting discharges into the storm sewer system or natural bodies of water, investigating drainage complaints, and monitoring county properties and facilities for storm water pollutant discharges.

Job Description:

  • Maintains all documentation required for the County’s compliance with 327 IAC 15-13 and 327 IAC 15-5.

  • Documents all inspection, enforcement, maintenance and other activities. Prepares letters and inspection reports for compliance and enforcement purposes.

  • Reviews construction plans for erosion and sediment control, and inspects project sites to check for conformance with approved plans.

  • Responds to and investigates citizen inquiries regarding storm drainage concerns.

  • Develops and maintains maps of storm sewer system, outfalls, and waterways.

  • Develops and/or presents public education and outreach programs regarding storm water quality.

  • Develops and/or presents educational programs for contractors.

  • Develops and/or presents storm water training programs for County personnel.

  • Performs mapping and dry weather monitoring of MS4 structures in order to identify and
    eliminate illicit discharges and connections into the storm sewer system.

  • Develops post-construction best management practice database and performs periodic inspection of sites.

  • Checks for pollutant discharges in storm water.

  • Inspects county facilities to monitor sites for pollutant discharges.

  • Responsible for preparation of documents related to Indiana Department of Environmental

  • Management (IDEM) audit. May also include presentations and/or inspecting county sites.

  • Performs related duties as assigned.

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Posted 5/23/2023


Engineer, Tippecanoe County Highway Department 

Incumbent serves as Program Engineer for the Tippecanoe County Highway Department, responsible for supervising and directing assigned personnel in design, construction and maintenance of the Highway System and authorizing all duties of construction and administrative work in absence of Executive Director.

Job Description:

  • Serves as Employee in Responsible Charge (ERC) for INDOT both Group II and Group IV projects.
    Performs duties of Executive Director in their absence.
  • Supervises design consultants and/or serves as Design Engineer for County local and federal aid road, traffic improvement, bridge, and drainage projects, overseeing bidding process, recommending contract awards, and monitoring project budgets.
  • Supervises and directs assigned personnel, including interviewing candidates, making hiring recommendations, planning, delegating, and controlling work assignments and special projects, providing training and corrective instruction, determining significant changes in responsibilities, evaluating performances, recommending personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, and demotions, maintaining discipline, and keeping supervisor and assigned personnel informed of organizational developments.
  • Performs duties of Asset Management and Consultant Review.
    Receives and investigates complaints regarding roads, drainage, bridges, and related areas, and initiates action to resolve valid complaints.
  • Assist Executive Director in developing and implementing plans and coordinating personnel and material resources for maintaining County roads, right-of-ways, bridges, culverts, and related areas.
  • Monitors and inspects Department construction projects and subdivision development before, during, and upon completion ensuring compliance with state and local codes and contract specifications, communicating with contractors and developers to resolve problems, and periodically mediating disputes as needed.
  • Manages right-of-way services as needed, including researching property records, mailing notices to property owners, executing temporary right-of-way agreements, or obtaining land.
  • Maintains inventory of County roads, and compiles, prepares, and submits various periodic reports as required.
  • Attends meetings and/or meets with various County officials and citizen groups to coordinate, discuss, and report on various projects and common issues.
  • Periodically attends professional meetings and seminars.
  • Serves on 24-hour call for emergencies.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

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Posted 5/22/2023


Engineer, Morgan County Highway Department 

Incumbent serves as Engineer for the Morgan County Highway Department, responsible for providing engineering expertise in the construction and repair of the County Highway System and supervising assigned personnel.

Job Description:

  • Supervises assigned staff, including analyzing workload and human resource needs, reviewing position documentation, interviewing candidates, making hiring decisions, orienting new subordinates, planning, delegating, and controlling work assignments, establishing specific work goals, training/developing/motivating assigned staff, and determining significant change in responsibilities of assigned staff.
  • Prepares plans and specifications for bid and construction of roads and bridges, and asset management plan.
  • Oversees Department daily operations, including developing, writing, and implementing Department policy. Maintains registration and performs duties in accordance with Indiana Codes.
  • Performs complex mathematical calculations, analyzes data, and reads and interprets prints, maps, and specifications. Takes action based on data analysis.
  • Receives, resolves, and responds to a variety of inquiries and/or complaints, including, but not limited to, bridges, public utility, drainage, legal descriptions, easement, addressing, parcel splits, and or culvert issues.
  • Prepares, coordinates, and maintains annual budgets for Engineering and Highway Departments, including providing information and defending budget request, receiving approval from County Council, and requesting additional funding, as needed.
    Highway /Engineer
  • Writes and/or prepares, legal agreements, contracts, and advertisements for media publications.
    Occasionally travels out of town for meetings and training, sometimes overnight.
    Performs related duties as assigned.
  • Performs engineering functions as required by the Board of Commissioners.

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Posted 5/8/2023


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