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This limited term position (up to four years with full benefits) will provide responsible professional and technical engineering coordination for the design, construction, operations, and maintenance of public works traffic engineering projects including traffic signals, signs and markings; traffic controls systems; traffic calming devices, and other traffic safety improvements; neighborhood transportation planning and safety; and traffic count and accident reporting programs.
Capital Projects Manager: West Sammamish River Bridge
This limited term (up to four years with full benefits) will manage the West Sammamish River Bridge Project (and other projects as assigned) - subject to strict deadlines; including management of public involvement, scoping the work for all project phases, overseeing consultants, and meeting schedule and budget objectives; coordinate assigned activities with other divisions, departments, outside agencies, and utilities; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, other departments, outside agencies, consultants, contractors and citizens; manage project grants (federal and state) and provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to City departments.
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