Charleston County’s Facilities Department is seeking an experienced, self-motivated, Registered Civil Engineer (Project Manager). The successful candidate will design and manage new construction & renovation projects, and investigate & help resolve civil issues on existing sites owned by Charleston County. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of design and project management of assigned projects.
Provide oversight on consultant design efforts, perform quality reviews of contract documents, cost estimates and schedules, make civil engineering recommendations, and monitor compliance with County requirements
Manage professional A/E consultant contracts, prepare RFQ’s, RFP’s, IFB’s, negotiate fees, coordinate and manage work efforts, liaison between County stakeholders and consultants
Manage construction contracts, coordinate/review contracts and submittals, interpret contract documents, negotiate/process change orders and requests for information, maintain construction momentum, resolve construction issues and maintain project records
Provide design and construction support to Facilities and County staff, investigate/help resolve Civil issues on existing County sites
Provide liaison with Public Works to coordinate all site related permits, approvals and O&M.
Advise County staff on resiliency of existing County facilities related to flood protection and minimize risk of new construction. Assist County staff on other vulnerability assessments as assigned
Advise County staff on storm water and landscaping best practices
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree
Registration as a Professional engineer in South Carolina
10 years, minimum, of progressively responsible experience in managing single and multi-discipline work
Effective oral and written communication skills a must
Proficiency with MS Office 365 including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Project
Familiarity with AutoCAD and use of collaborative technology such as SharePoint and submittal exchange
Knowledge of regulations, building codes, and local permitting processes, especially those involving stormwater, earth disturbance, encroachment, zoning, subdivision and utility services
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships while managing multiple projects simultaneously
Must be available during County emergencies and serve on the disaster team when required
Civil design experience involving grading, stormwater, pavements, utilities, landscaping, zoning, site planning and subdivision.
A valid SC driver’s license is required
About Charleston County Government
Charleston County is located along the southeastern coast of South Carolina and has its County Government seated in North Charleston. The County encompasses approximately 919 square miles with a coastline that stretches nearly 100 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. The County’s population is growing rapidly and is estimated to be more than 375,000 with a median age of 34. The County’s rich blend of culture, economic activity, environmental beauty and historic tapestry makes it one of the most distinguished counties in the nation. A recognized leader, Charleston County is a proud community that strives to protect both its historic treasures and its environment, while still keeping an eye toward future development and citizens’ needs. The County continues to draw national recognition, winning dozens of local, state and national awards for its innovative programs and services, and its world-class restaurants and arts festivals.
Charleston County operates under a Council-Administrator form of government. Policy-making and legislative authority are vested in a 9-member governing council elected to single member districts on a partisan basis. The County Council responsibilities i...nclude passing ordinances and policies, approving the budget, appointing committee members, and hiring the County’s Clerk of Council, County Administrator, and appointing the Internal Auditor, and Attorney. The County Administrator is managing the day-to-day operations of the County Government. There are four Deputy County Administrators. The Facilities Management Department reports to the Deputy County Administrator for General Services and the Design and Construction Manager reports to the Director of Facilities Management.