Details for ENGINEER- RANDOLPH County Commission is accepting applications for an Assistant


ENGINEER- RANDOLPH County Commission is accepting applications for an Assistant Engineer. Salary range is $50,000 to $76,000, based on experience. Duties include: Development of major road & bridge construction by county workers or private contractors; supervision of engineering assistants, laborers, & other staff; estimating & accounting functions to monitor projects & departmental funding; securing data & performing surveys to ensure accurate measurements & calculations; and administrative activities to ensure efficient, accurate documentation for projects. The office is located in Wedowee, AL. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in engineering and certification as Engineer in Training; experience in road & bridge construction, maintenance, inspection & surveying; certified bridge inspector credentials; ability to certify as roadway technician, qualified credential inspector & certified concrete technician by ALDOT (More details of duties & qualifications available via Full time employees have access to a robust benefit program, including 100% paid employee BCBS health/dental coverage, 50% paid BCBS family health coverage, participation in Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) pension plan at Tier 1 (full retirement in 25 years), paid Air Evac, paid sick & annual leave, paid holidays & 15k life insurance. All qualified applicants must submit their application at the Alabama Career Center located at 3928 Highway 431 Roanoke, AL 36274 or by visiting This position will remain open until filled. (9-12c)


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