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47,461.00 - 52,717.00
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Sector
Engineering

Description

Salary : $47,461.00 - $52,717.00 Annually

Location : Statewide, RI

Job Type: IFPTE Local 400 (DOT) (65)

Job Number: 5415-10000-2253

Department: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Division: Project Management - Construction

Opening Date: 07/10/2024

Closing Date: 7/19/2024 11:59 PM Eastern

Pay Grade: 19A

Classification: Classified

Scheduled Work Days; Hours of Work: Monday - Friday; Varies

Work Week: Standard 40.0 Hours

Bargaining Union: IFPTE Local 400 (DOT) (65)

Class Definition

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under supervision, to perform civil engineering work, at the beginning level, in the area of specialization indicated by the title of the class of position; and to do related work as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the immediate supervision of a civil engineer or engineering technician of higher rank in accordance with specific instructions; work is reviewed frequently in process and upon completion for results obtained.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Usually none. When required, may supervise the work of subordinate engineering technicians and/or other personnel assigned to assist.

Illustrative Examples of Work Performed

Under supervision, in the area of specialization indicated in the title of the class of position:

Construction and Maintenance:

To assist a civil engineer, or an engineering technician of a higher classification, in the inspection and thorough documentation of all materials going into a bridge or road construction project or maintenance;

To assemble data for daily, weekly and monthly estimates of work accomplished under contract item;

To assist in the preparation of work progress reports.

To enforce plans, special provision contracts, detailed estimates and specifications during the construction and/or repair of a building or other project;

To perform surveying and drafting work; to prepare topographic and profile drawings as required;

To consult with, and render advice to contractors and/or their representatives regarding the interpretation of plans, specifications and estimates;

To study and evaluate requests by contractors for changes in plans during construction;

To approve minor changes on projects when authority has been delegated and to submit all other change requests to a superior for approval.

In accordance with specific instructions, to inspect the workmanship and practices of contractors and state crews performing road and bridge construction or maintenance work involving the same;

To check road construction or maintenance work in process and immediately report findings contrary to plans and specifications for such work.

To do related work as required.

Required Qualifications for Appointment

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND CAPACITIES:

A familiarity with the basic principles and practices of civil engineering applicable to the area of specialization indicated in the title of this class of position; a familiarity with the basic materials, elements and products currently used in the area of specialization indicated in the title of the class of position; a familiarity with computer software such as Microsoft Office; a familiarity with field equipment=, instruments, techniques and procedures applicable to the area of specialization indicated in the title of the class of position; a familiarity with and the ability to apply the basic principles of the system of measurement applicable to the area of specialization indicated in the title of the class of position; a familiarity with procedures, rules, guidelines and standards in the area of specialization indicated in the title of the class of position; the ability to read and interpret technical specifications and civil engineering plans, drawings and maps; the ability to prepare clear, sound, accurate and informative reports; and related capacities and abilities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Education: Graduation from senior high school including or supplemented by courses in accounting, mathematics, material sciences, computer-aided drawing or related academic subjects as are required in the area of specialization indicated by the title in the class of position; and

Experience: At least two (2) years of employment involving the performance of construction inspection, materials testing, surveying, computer-aided drafting or recordkeeping work which required the application of some accounting principles and the preparation of accurate reports as required in the area of specialization indicated by the title in the class of position.

Or, any combination of education and experience that shall be substantially equivalent to the above education and experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license as a condition of employment; must be physically fit to perform assigned duties as evidenced by a physician's certificate.

Supplemental Information

The successful candidate may be required to work alternate schedules including nights and overtime based on the working being inspected.

Assigned to one or several construction projects in the filed at various locations statewide.

Computer skills are beneficial.

Ability to climb a ladder.

Ability to lift and carry 25 pounds up to 30 feet.

For information regarding the benefits available to State of Rhode Island employees, please visit the Office of Employee Benefits' website at

Also, be advised that a new provision in RI General Law 35-6-1 was enacted requiring direct deposit for all employees. Specific to new hires, the law requires that all employees hired after September 30, 2014 participate in direct deposit. Accordingly, any employee hired after this date will be required to participate in the direct deposit system. At the time the employee is hired, the employee shall identify a financial institution that will serve as a personal depository agency for the employee.

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Are you a member of IFPTE Local 400 at DOT? (You must answer this question correctly to be considered based on your union affiliation. If you fail to answer this question correctly, you will not be entitled to be considered based on contractual provisions.)
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Job ID: 74347059
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