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Managing Civil Engineer
Performs supervisory and administrative professional civil engineering work in directing a major work section of the District. Directs the work of other professional engineers, sub-professional and clerical personnel. The work encompasses considerable responsibility and latitude for independent judgment, finality of action and latitude for innovation. Work is performed under the general direction of a division head and is reviewed primarily in terms of overall results.
Absolute Requirement: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois; however, for a candidate with registration as a Professional Engineer in another state, registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois must be obtained prior to appointment. Minimum Requirements: Graduation from a four-year accredited college or university majoring in chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, mechanical, sanitary or structural engineering and eight years of full-time, post-degree civil engineering experience. Four years of this experience must have been in work related to the District's activities, three years of experience must have been in the supervision of degreed engineers and one year must have been in an administrative capacity. Substitution: Full-time graduate study in the designated fields of engineering may be substituted for the required non-specialized experience on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years.
Absolute Requirement: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois; however, for a candidate with registration as a Professional Engineer in another state, registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois must be obtained prior to appointment. Promotional Requirements: One year of service with the District as a Principal Engineer, Principal Civil Engineer, Principal Electrical Engineer, Principal Mechanical Engineer, Principal Structural Engineer, or Assistant Engineer of Treatment Plant Operations II; or, possession of a bachelor's degree in an appropriate engineering discipline and one year of service with the District as a Supervising Environmental Research Scientist or Supervising Environmental Specialist. Civil service status in one of the foregoing classes.