November 16, 2023
Are you an engineering and transportation leader who has a passion for complete streets, multi-modal transportation, and climate resiliency who thrives with an engaged community and collaborative leadership skills? Join Brookline as our Engineering and Transportation Director to build and move our community to the next level! For more information and to apply, click here.
The following profile describes the Town, the Division and the position.
ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORTATION DIVISION
Engineering and Transportation is a Division of the Department of Public Works.
Responsibilities of the Division are divisible into seven broad service areas: 1) Permit administration and inspection; 2) Archival maintenance and reference; 3) Interagency coordination and oversight; 4) CIP project engineering, management, and construction; 5) Multi-modal planning, analysis and review; 6) Public right-of-way signage, signalization, and accessibility; and 7) Management and administration of the Town’s metered and permit parking program.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DIRECTOR
The position is a high-level Professional Engineering leadership position with administrative, supervisory and engineering responsibilities to further the mission of the Division, the Department and the Town. Under the administrative direction of the Commissioner of Public Works, the Director works directly with the Transportation Board and the Select Board. The Engineering and Transportation Director leads a staff of 14 and manages an annual budget of approximately $1.6M.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
A Bachelor of Science degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering and a certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer issued by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, with at least seven to ten years of experience designing, planning, and directing complex engineering projects including three to five years at a management level is required; or any equivalent combination of education, training, certification and experience.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
The Town anticipates negotiating a competitive total compensation package with the selected candidate, DOQ, in the range of $135,900 to $160,000.
QUESTIONS AND REFERRALS
Should you have any questions regarding this opportunity, or a recommendation of a colleague, please contact Erin Chute, Commissioner of Public Works, at 617-730-2166 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing your qualifications by visiting the Town of Brookline Human Resources page and clicking on Engineering and Transportation Director at https://www.brooklinema.gov/1415/Work-With-Us. We encourage prompt responses. The position will be open until filled.
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