(Note – this list is intended only to illustrate the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements does not exclude them from the position.)
Independently inspects and documents inspection of public works capital projects of moderate complexity. Confirms improvements are installed in compliance with contract documents. Maintains field data and perform calculations to establish pay quantities and coordinates with contractors on construction issues.
Communicates with the public in the field during construction projects to coordinate and resolve construction issues and concerns.
Independently performs mid-level drafting using current version of AutoCAD, to include field measurements, drafting for record drawings, and developing and updating standard plans and details.
Uses basic functions of ArcMap to create exhibits in GIS.
Provides customer service to support development review and permitting. Reviews and sells right-of-way and utility permits, provides information and maps, and writes enforcement letters.
Performs minor field surveys using an automatic level and GPS equipment.
Collects and interprets traffic data.
Other Duties: * Regular attendance is an essential requirement * Performs related work as assigned and/or required
• A valid Washington State Driver’s License is required. • Current Flagger Certification is preferred, but may be obtained within six months of hire
Knowledge of: • Basic Civil Engineering practices and principles • Public works inspection and documentation • CSI and WSDOT Standard Specifications • AutoCAD Civil, current release • Survey principles and use of equipment • GIS Software
Ability to: • Interpret engineering and construction drawings, problem-solve, make judgement calls and minor design changes in field to adapt to conditions. • Maintain clear and accurate construction records. • Be proactive in the field to identify and proactively resolve construction issues. • Get along with others and be part of a team. * Communicate in a fair and assertive manner both verbally and in writing. • Create AutoCAD drawings for utility and transportation improvement projects. • Interpret engineering drawings and specifications.
Internal Number: 2021-00018
About City of Bremerton
A one hour ferry ride from downtown Seattle, Bremerton is truly a beautiful City where guests enjoy the downtown Harborside area. It includes Kitsap Conference Center, two hotels, fine dining, coffee shops, cafes and the Port of Bremerton Marina with 220 permanent slips and 100 for visiting boaters. We invite you to enjoy a stroll through the Arts District, Puget Sound Navy Museum, USS Turner Joy, Boardwalk, Harborside Fountain Park and PSNS Memorial Plaza all located near the ferry terminal. Take a short walk across the Manette Bridge for more cafes and shopping. A few blocks north of downtown is Evergreen Rotary Park featuring the 9/11 Memorial and accessible playground. Gold Mountain Golf Course includes two 18 hole championship courses and disc golf is available at NAD Park. Our diversity has rewarded Bremerton with a thriving artistic and cultural community. Bremerton has nine unique neighborhoods with new affordable housing, excellent schools, 42 parks and many recreation programs. It will be easy to see why people are experiencing Bremerton and what a great place it is to live, work and play.