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The Engineer - B reports to a Managing Engineer or Architect, or higher assignment level Engineer or Architect and is responsible for performing work in a variety of assignments and technical roles, as needed, to achieve the objectives of the Authority.

This position requires Plumbing & Drainage Experience

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • May function as project leader reporting to an Engineer C, Managing Architect, Managing Engineer, or Director to plan and coordinate work with other Engineers and Architects; may direct Engineers, Architects, Quality Assurance Specialists, Technical Inspectors, Associate Engineers and Associate Architects, and Architectural/Engineering Technicians, working on several more complex design projects such as large primary schools, small intermediate schools, special types of buildings (e.g. special education schools), full modernizations, large additions, and specialized and/or numerous CIPs.

  • May act as a discipline leader in a department to train and develop internal staff in a specific engineering discipline, and may chair or participate indepartment seminars and workshops. Provides mentoring for professional development of lower level employees such as engineers, associates, and technicians.

  • TrainsNew York City School Construction Authority (NYCSCA) new employees and contingent staff, as well as outside design consultants, on NYCSCA standards and procedures.

  • Performs the duties of Engineer A when necessary. Duties such as:

  • Performs and/or supervises the preparation of scope, pre-schematic, schematic, preliminary and construction documents including reports, calculations, drawings, and specifications, provides overall coordination for in-house design projects. Works with a wide range of technical, professional, managerial and support personnel as well as outside consultants, contractors, vendors, and various government agencies

  • Performs design review of work for engineering portions of multiple projects;performs review of CIPs and Capacity Projects.

  • Monitors the progress of the construction phase of the project; conducts site observations, prepares field reports, assists in the preparation of punch lists and deficiency reports, reviews and/or supervises the review of contractor's submittals; reviews reports.

  • Maintains and develops general understanding of architectural and engineering principles.

  • May be required to sign, seal, and file engineering drawings.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to understand and be understood in English, and
  • A valid New York State license as a Professional Engineer. Current New York State license must be maintained for the duration of employment, and
  • Three years of full-time, paid post-licensure experience as a Professional Engineer; Two years must be as a project engineer; project, team, or squad leader; or
  • A comparable level of responsibility.Department:VP Development & External AffairsDivision: Design & Construction Services


Position#: 3-2279-135FY1900554

Subject to the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the appointmentrate for any newly hired employee, or employees with less than two years of activeCity or SCA service, shall be 15% less than the applicable minimum or step.

Job Title: Engineer - B (Plumbing & Drainage)

Closing Date/Time: Continuous

Salary: $77,945.00 - $121,469.00 Annually

Job Type: Full-Time

Location: 30-30 Thomson Ave, Long Island City, New York

Associated topics: building code, civil, civil engineer, department of transportation, draft, infrastructure, land, remedial, remediation, road

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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