The Town of Simsbury is looking to fill an opening in its Engineering Department. The position prepares or supervises the preparation of plans, specifications, quantity take-offs and cost estimates for public works projects; including streets, drainage, sewers, water mains, sidewalks, bridges, recreational facilities and other related work. The position may perform or supervise survey for location, design, project layout and as-builts. A candidate should have in-depth knowledge of AutoCAD, Microsoft Office products, and some experience with manual and electronic surveying instruments. A bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering is needed. The standard work week is 35 hours a week, with a salary range of $70,240 - $83,942 annually.
The Town has a separate engineering department consisting of the Town Engineer, an Engineer and an Administrative Secretary. The selected candidate will work closely with the Town Engineer on multi-use trail projects, bridge rehabilitation projects, dam restoration projects, improvements to town-owned parking facilities and the review of various private development projects.
Additional Salary Information: Union Position listed in the Town's CSEA Administrative & Professional Employees Union
About Town of Simsbury
The Town of Simsbury was incorporated as Connecticut’s twenty-first Town in May 1670. It has a land area of approximately 34.5 square miles and a population of approximately 24,350. Centrally located in the heart of the New York - Boston corridor, Simsbury is an attractive and diverse suburban community. As a part of the beautiful Farmington Valley, Simsbury offers an unmatched quality of life with a traditional New England town atmosphere in a setting of rolling hills, the picturesque Farmington River and an extensive trail system. Simsbury is conveniently located 20 minutes northwest of Hartford and 20 minutes southwest of Bradley International Airport. Simsbury operates under a Town Manager-Board of Selectmen form of government with the Town Manager serving as the Chief Executive Officer responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Town.