The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Culpeper District is seeking an Engineer to assist the District Hydraulics Section to meet drainage design requirements by supporting roadway, maintenance and bridge design staff in hydrology and hydraulic principles and design. The incumbent will develop and design hydraulic models and drainage design elements of right of way and construction roadway plans; review hydrologic and hydraulic design for drainage facilities prepared by others; review projects with a specific focus; and oversee hydraulics related issues complying with processes, schedules, budgets, design criteria, standards and specifications. The position will investigate, evaluate, design and recommend solutions for drainage problems resulting from construction, maintenance and citizen complaints. Will organize work and monitor work tasks to ensure hydraulic designs and design tasks are completed in accordance with project scheduling and in support of VDOT programs. Assists Residency and other field staff in assessing/resolving a variety of hydraulic-related issues.
This position is designated as essential to emergency operations and may be required to work outside of normal work hours, on weekends and holidays during emergency situations which may include but are not limited to inclement weather, disaster response and emergency operations to ensure the safety of the traveling public.
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The Commonwealth’s Transportation Agency
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for building, maintaining and operating the state's roads, bridges and tunnels. And, through the Commonwealth Transportation Board, it provides funding for airports, seaports, rail and public transportation.Virginia has the third-largest state-maintained highway system in the country, just behind North Carolina and Texas.