Graduate Engineer

The City of Fort Worth is seeking Graduate Engineers to complete our Street and Bridge Management team. The selected candidate will provide Street and Bridge Management services in the areas of plan review, data collection and analysis, field studies, citizen response and engagement. Additionally, Graduate Engineer will perform engineering duties in the design, construction and operation of public works projects, including street and bridge improvement project contracts, conduct field inspections, evaluates, reviews and prepares plans and specifications; and performs a variety of tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility

The following education and/or experience are the minimum standards which provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this position:

  • A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or other engineering discipline from an accredited college or university with no experience required;
  • Possess valid Texas driver's license.

Preference may be given for additional education, knowledge, experience and/or certification as it relates to the position including:

  • AutoCAD
  • GIS
  • Familiar with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Site inspections
  • Experience working with contractors and vendors on construction projects

The ideal candidate will also possess enthusiasm to learn, demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, be able to interact with consultants, stakeholders, and citizens, be results focused, be able to prioritize, pay attention to detail and have excellent communications skills.

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