Supervisory Highway Civil Engineer
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The Ohio Federal-aid Highway Division is hiring a Supervisory Highway Civil Engineer (GS-0810-14) in Columbus, OH. To apply, send your resume and transcripts to Robert.Griffith@dot.gov in the Ohio Division (referencing the position title in the subject line) - learn more about this position by visiting the announcement, posted to USA Jobs. Applications will be accepted through Friday, October 7th...but interviews of qualified applicants may occur at any time - so don't wait until the application deadline!
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides stewardship over the planning, design, construction, maintenance, and preservation of the Nation’s highways, bridges, and tunnels. FHWA also conducts research and provides technical assistance to state and local agencies to improve safety, mobility, and encourage innovation.
Can you see yourself in a position to impact the Nation’s Highways significantly?
The Ohio Division has just the opportunity for you to make that impact!
Ohio is the recipient of about $2.4 BILLION Federal-aid with a portfolio of 800+ Federal-aid projects, including the I-71/75 Brent Spence Bridge Corridor project and three other significant projects, and a $500 Million local aid program, making the Division’s Director of Engineering and Operations position the place to be!
Located in Columbus, Ohio, the Director of Engineering and Operations is the principal engineering advisor to the Division Administrator and Deputy Division Administrator and provides policy and program direction on a statewide basis for the management, implementation, and coordination of all phases of new and existing Federal-aid highway programs in environment, realty, design, construction, operations, maintenance, and emergency relief operations.
The Director provides professional engineering expertise and oversees the Engineering & Operations (E&O) staff to establish program priorities, goals, objectives, and timetables. The Director, as necessary, also ensures that the program achieves its goals and objectives. These efforts will be carried out internally among FHWA personnel and externally at the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and other Federal, State, and local organizations.
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